1994 Peugeot 106 Ski 1.1 from Jersey
The BEST car I ever had
Timing belt snapped.
This car was the best car in the world.
Although it broke, I would give a hand to have it back. If you have this car and it still works, be proud of it.
I could manage 0-60 in 10 seconds, and was very quick off the mark. 1.1 is all you need nowadays.
I now drive a Ford Fiesta LX 1999, and this car is pants compared to it.
It was so comfortable, I even decided to have a sleep in it after having a couple of drinks.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 24th March, 2010
28th Nov 2014, 07:45
Is the snapping of the timing belt due to the fact that it has to be changed after 100000 km or five years, and in this 15 year old car and ~125000 km it never was?
14th Dec 2014, 23:21
Recommended frequency is 80-100k if mostly city driving, otherwise it can be pushed to 120k km if open road driving. Not sure if the year is a key factor. I got a 1994 XSi, and the cambelt was first changed at 143k after 14 years from new. These are amazing cars as far as reliability goes as well as comfort, but people do need to do the minimum; it's best to change the cambelt every 100k and service it every 10k.