Peugeot 106: Simple Yet Finest Car

Peugeot 106 is considered to be one of the smallest B class models with three doors produced by the famous car manufacturer. It was introduced in 1991. Next year the company introduced the version with five doors. The car features the use of a manual transmission and a cross-mounted engine which is provided in a wide range, including 1.1-liter l/60 h.p., 1.4-liter / 75 h.p., 1.6-liter l/88 h.p., 1.6-liter / 101 ps, 1.6-liter 16 h.p. kl./118, diesel 1.5-liter l/57 h.p.

The car boasts with comfort, fuel economy and reliability. Excellent maneuvering and parking are provided with the help of the compact size of the car’s front wheel drive system. The company installed an automatic transmission with three speeds in 1995. The car is characterized by a straightforward and simple design without using power windows, cigarette lighter or glove compartment lid. In 1995 the company introduced a driver's airbag.

The model is quite comfortable providing enough room for front passenger seats and luggage.

Next year the company was modified and advanced. It features a user-friendly saloon, paint finish of high quality and meticulous assembly, so you will enjoy sitting inside.

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