So I used to work at a parts store here in NH that used to be a Robbins that was in a building that used to be a Studebaker dealership. Well, this poster was wedged between the parts shelves and a support column that held up a newer mezzanine.
Celebrate the 4th of May by buying a 405.
So this isn’t as much a Design Detail as the overall design style itself, but yesterday I was making late-night observations that the new Espace V actually shares several styling cues with the latest Nissan Murano. Of course, this reminded me of a Jalopnik article long ago (a QOTD, actually) where they asked us to…
I just swapped my Peugeot 205 GTi wheels with winter tires for a set of wheels with summer tires. My old set of summers on the stock 406 coupe wheels were worn (2mm thread left), so I used the occasion to buy a new set of wheels. They are 17 inch Peugeot 307 CC wheels. Did I pick right?
Peugeot XD2S engine. A 2.3 turbodiesel from the 1970s (the S in the name stands for suralimenté or supercharged) with 80 bhp. The NA version had 70 bhp.
The Peugeot 504 was made in Argentina (by Sevel) until 1999 and wound up looking like this:
Last week on Design Details I asked about typefaces used in model name designations. Today we look at another important detail which can determine a car or a brand’s entire image. From individual model badges to manufacturer badges, the logo is what many associate as the symbol of a certain car or brand.
For historic and complicated reasons, today is the start of the income tax year in the UK.
Let’s meet the Peugeot 183.
Now that PSA has survived the European carpocalypse and made some money, it it has a “push to pass” plan to expand internationally, very much including the US.
Peugeot (France) c1914
Which, as there’s an 0 in the middle, makes it Peugeot time. If you’re guessing that this is going to involve the 403, you’re right. If you instead want the 304, wait just under a month.
I don’t really like driving this car. It’s nice to drive, but I don’t feel the orad and it’s bothering me. Ireally like how the pictured turned out though, it’s an (handheld) HDR created using Lightroom.
Yes, you read that correctly. 9-time World Rally Champion and driving god Sebastien Loeb has joined Peugeot-Hansen for the full World Rallycross Championship (WorldRX) this year. It might be the worlds worst kept secret though, as Petter Solberg have mentioned Loebs arrival to the sport several times the last few…
Une leçon de français, avec la participation de la gamme Peugeot.
A Peugeot 107 to be precise though I could have had essentially the same car as a Toyota Aygo or Citroën C1. They’re all little hatchbacks made in the Czech Republic, usually with 1 litre petrol triples although they used to do 1.4 diesels as well.
We’ve had 3/01 so now we’ve arrived at 30/1 and time for another Peugeot 301, a contemporary one this time.