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Peugeot 307

Peugeot 307

France, and also Europe, have undertaken to develop the biofuel option with ambitious objectives in the short term: to encourage the use of biofuels as from now, in order to reduce the proportion of fossil fuels used. To achieve this, a new fuel called superethanol (E85), consisting of a mixture of 15 % lead-free petrol and 85 % agricultural ethanol, is progressively being made available at service stations all over France. The distribution of this fuel at competitive prices for customers is now possible thanks to exemption from a portion of the taxes on petrol.

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Although Peugeot 307 is suffering from a relative recent facelift,the french constructor is working on the new 308. The hurry is motivated by the opponents,who prepare new models as well.Alfa Romeo is preparing the replacement for the Alfa 147 in May 2006,and Renault Renault the next version of Mega Mega ne.

The 307CC follows on the heels of the 206CC - the first affordable convertible with a metal folding roof (previously only Mercedes Mercedes -Benz and Lexus had them). It’s a nifty selling point, but performance and handling suffer because of the added weight. If you’re torn between a 206CC or a 307CC then the decision must come from consideration for your passengers - you can get adults in the back of a 307. Equipment levels are quite generous, and a fully loaded one will feel like a lot of car for the money when compared to convertible rivals from executive manufacturers.


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