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New Peugeot 106 has the accent on style, spec and safety

PEUGEOT'S heavily revised 106 range of superminis goes on sale in the UK from June 1 with improved styling, specification and safety. Buyers can look forward to a car that is 11 cms longer than before, all new from the windscreen forward and with a new hatch and redesigned grille, badging and lights.

Inside there are new trims and revisions to the fascia and door panels and the engine range is either totally new or modified. Safety improvements include side impact absorbent padding, pyrotechnic seatbelt pretensioners plus weblocks and a third high level brake light. Driver and front seat passenger airbags are available.

Peugeot's fleet and leasing director David Brookman said the new 106 would complete the manufacturer's line-up for a major assault on the fleet market in which it looks to increase its 9% market share.

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