The Peugeot brand of cars is known around the world for the evolutionary design and powerful motor. Repairing the Peugeot and keeping costs down is sometimes difficult to do. Our Peugeot repair manual gives detailed step by step instructions in order to make the process easier.
The Peugeot has been a family owned business starting with bicycles and coffee mills. Their trademark lion logo has been around since 1858. Early production including military vehicles as well as mid range cars beginning in the early 1900s. During the 1920’s Peugeot expanded and debuted several new models including the Type 153, La Quadrilette, and finally the Type 183.
The 1930’s brought new models as well. These include the 402 BL Eclipse Decapotable, Peugeot 202, 302, and the 402. The 0 in the numbers stood as , and still do, a central number in the model numbers of the Peugeot cars. The release of these new cars after the depression raised Peugeot sales and kept their business alive.
In 1946 Peugeot started producing the 202 again but with some changes. In 1947 the 203 was released with new engine specs. Starting in 1958 their cars were beginning to sell in the United States. In 1960 the 404 was released. It won races in 1963, 1966, 1967, and 1968. One of the most widely recognized models was the 504. Peugeot worked with Pininfarina, Renault, an Australian company, and Volvo to produce the 403, 404, and 504.
In 1983 Peugeot released the 205 supermini which was widely successful. The 309 hatchback was later released and sold remarkably well. The Peugeot is still widely successful worldwide. Keeping one of these renowned vehicles up to date is important. Our Peugeot workshop manual keeps you in the loop with the latest information and easy to follow instructions. It also allows you to keep up with the best data on how to maintain the recommended service timeline.