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    Default Peugeot 206 GTi

    Anyone own one of these?
    I am thinking of buying one for the missus, and wanted to know what a longer term owners views on them are..

    Any feedback, comments, links etc gratefully accepted

    Cheers,

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    Good car m8 , suffer from usual rattles that come in time from a poorly built trim , but generally regarded as a good car .
    The gearboxes are prone to knacker up diff bearings on well hammered examples but this isnt a very expensive thing to overcome .
    If you get a brand new one , beware of depreciation , this is a bit of a sod on brand new hot hatches , they will easily lose a third of their value in just over one year . Also imports have knocked the price , making a new import now cheaper then the book price on a second hand uk supplied model , so bargains are there to be had m8.
    Good choice if you ask me , unless you can get a cheap secondhand renault clio 172 , this wipes the 206's arse big time , and could be well worth the extra cash .

    Urbs

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    Default Re: Peugeot 206 GTi

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    Default Re: Peugeot 206 GTi

    Do a search as I posted a couple of 206 forums a while back for someone else.

    I have one (2000 X - bought second hand last January), as Urbs says it does rattle a bit - it's not as quick as the 172 (and nor I believe is the GTi 180).

    Reliability wise I've not had any problems with mine.

    If you have any more specific questions fire away.

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    Default Re: Peugeot 206 GTi

    Well thanks to DaveP posting on the other 206 thread here's the link with those forums.

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    Default Re: Peugeot 206 GTi

    The GTI180 is the way to go, the GTI-badges on the 206 GTI does not belong in this model...i don´t think it´s a "real GTI".

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