1986 Peugeot 505 STi gas from North America
The Peugeot 505 is an excellent, reliable, comfortable, and classic high-quality vehicle.
The electrical switches were replaced at 275,000 miles.
The engine was rebuilt at 240,000 miles.
The electric adjustable mirror switch doesn't work.
The dark blue paint is dull and did not endure sun very well.
The car drives well and handles like the luxury touring car that it is.
It starts well, and has a quiet and powerful engine with good gas mileage.
This car is fun to drive and has many nice features, such as heated seats, fog lights, and an excellent sound system.
This is my fifth Peugeot, and the fourth 505. My latest 505 is an automatic with a diesel turbo-charged engine, which has only 42,000 original miles on it.
The 505 is so durable, reliable, and high-quality, even the leather seats have lasted well.
Peugeot 505 has the most comfortable seats of any car I have ridden in. I have taken the seats out of my previous 505's and put them into my Ford Ranger, 1968 Dodge 1-ton truck, and 1973 Chevy Van.
Not many cars can go over 300,000 miles and still drive and handle well.
I love Peugeot! I wish they were still imported into the United States of America.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 10th November, 2004
4th Oct 2008, 11:35
Agree with you.
Maybe the best looking sedan ever made.
I have 5 505 (3 V6,TI, GTI).
High quality all over, comfortable like no one else.
The TI goes 215-220 top speed. Hopefully in Deutchland.
V6 just a little over 200 (automatic) in Deutchland.
GTI 180 in Sweden? maybe not hehe.
I lives in Norway, and the car goes like a 4 wd to (well almost hehe).