2003 Peugeot 307 HDI 110 d Turbo 2.0 from UK and Ireland
In one sentence, one word you mean... C R A P!
Go to crushmy307.co.uk
Antipollution faults left, right and centre.
Faulty clutch at 6500 miles and 23500 miles.
Air con faulty.
Mirrors don't fold in.
Central locking faulty.
Under engine plastic cover lost twice (needs recalling and sorting BIG TIME).
STEER CLEAR OF ALL FRENCH CARS, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY HDI ENGINES.
Apart from the car's junk, Peugeot head office customer service is a joke too! You have been well warned.
My experience with them continues with a blown turbo.
My telephone number is 07863 249096. I would love to hear from other HDI owners with similar faults.
IT WOULD APPEAR STEVIE WONDER DESIGNED AND BUILT THE ELECTRONICS ON THIS JUNK CAR.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 27th June, 2007
28th Jun 2007, 12:56
Your one of the unlucky ones then mate. I have a 207 and I am very happy with it.
6th Jun 2008, 10:33
No your one of the lucky ones, your car is completely different from the 307 and as my review titled 'NIGHTMARE' shows I have had similar problems to this guy. When it works its not a bad car. But for me it has worked for maybe 3 months out of 14.
19th Dec 2008, 14:36
I have a 2003 307 2.0 HDi 110bhp and it has been awful.
Antipollution fault 4 times, ABS faults, ESP faults, coolant leaks, flywheel fault and Peugeot service is terrible.
Every time I pull away it makes a whining grunt, which Peugeot cannot diagnose. Previously I owned three Mondeos, all of which only ever required general maintenance, no other problems at all.
Stick with Ford and avoid Peugeot!!
8th Jun 2009, 05:41
I have a 2.0, 110 bhp, 307 HDi and it fell apart on me again last weekend!
Fly wheel had disintegrated, and so have had a solid replacement, and a new clutch kit.
Still have an ongoing lack of power problem, which rears its head usually when the engine is cold, and I'm working my way up the gears, I lose acceleration.
Should never have got a French car!