The Peugeot 206 is what is called a supermini car. It is the best selling Peugeot car of all time. Keeping up with any needed repairs in the workshop can be difficult but our eManual makes it easier. Our Peugeot 206 workshop manual provides detailed instructions on how to make the repairs in a way that is easy for you to read and understand.
The Peugeot 206 was launched in September 1998. The hatchback form was followed in production by a coupe in the year 2000. There is also a station wagon model that was launched in 2001. The sedan model was first seen in 2005. The best selling Peugeot 206 sold over 8 million cars in 2012.
The 206+ is a modernized version of the 206 with some amazing upgrades. It was first launched in 2009. It was offered in a hatchback style with a 3 door or 5 door option, as well as an estate and saloon body style. The Peugeot 206+ is not currently offered in Europe but the available used models are still being sold regularly.
The Peugeot 206 was originally sold with a 1.1L 1.4L, and a 1.6L petrol engine option. It was also sold with a 1.9L Diesel engine. In 1999 a 2.0L GTi was released with a fine tuned version being launched in 2003. The motors in the Peugeot 206 was impressive and powerful.
The 206 has also received some cosmetic upgrades over the years. Some upgrades in 2003 included an exterior overhaul. It received side repeater lamps, new chrome badging, and new exterior color options. It also received some interior upgrades to match the newly designed exterior. The upgrades proved to be a great selling point as the 206 was the best selling car in Europe in 2003.
Keeping up with the maintenance on the widely popular Peugeot 206 is important. Whether you are an owner of the car itself or you run a workshop and repair them, our Peugeot 206 service manual was made to make your life easier. It is complete with the detailed instructions you are looking for in order to keep up with recommended service.