1st Feb 2005, 10:06
I don't think you bought a lemon, I think Peugeot do NOT understand how to make a reliable car, they make cars that are extremely good to drive, but must spend all their time doing this and not concentrating on reliability, quality and ease of use
For all the driving pleasure my 306 gives me, it goes down in my assumptions because it is badly built and shockingly unreliable. The quality has never been or never will be there, the 307 is one of the most unreliable cars on sale today.
26th Oct 2005, 11:06
If you own one I would strongly suggest selling it while you still have money in your back pocket. It will have it otherwise!Mine cost me £1000's. All in all a bad, unreliable waste of money.
13th Jul 2006, 02:27
Your ABS would randomly turn off? My Peugeot has the same problem, can anyone help with what causes this???
10th Jun 2007, 09:07
I suspect you bought a lemon tbh. Pugs electrics are the only real downfall, but I have a 306 XSI as a daily driver. I drive it 70 miles a day and it has over 115k on the clock today and still pulls very well and doesn't complain. I know many people who have owned 106's and 306's and all agree they are good little cars.
It's like any car, you buy one that's not been looked after it will cause you endless problems. Pugs aren't the best built cars I agree, but if looked after there is no reason why they can't last as long as any other car.
2nd May 2008, 18:38
Fixed the problem with the ABS. found out it was a faulty that only occasionally would have a slight resistance, this was located in the boot running between the socket plugs and the tail light, so we tapped off one of the earth wires and added a second earth wire, problem fixed, compared to peugeot's suggestion of replacing the entire ABS system all the wheel sensors and the fuses.
Need any help with it email me at "firstname.lastname@example.org"
But I advise just selling the thing :P.