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306 changes rationalise range

PEUGEOT has rationalised its 306 range by deleting two trim levels and enhancing specification at the lower end of the line-up.

The entry-level XN is deleted in favour of the Style model, which gets the new multipoint injection 1.4 engine and central locking as standard for £11,360 on-the-road - £5 more than the outgoing XN.

Further up the range, the XR is replaced by the XL, which again gets extra trim to bridge the specification gap, but is almost £600 cheaper than some XR models. The XL 1.4 petrol costs £12,140 (XR: £12,715), 1.9 diesel £12,690 (XR: £13,265) and XL turbodiesel £13,340 (XR: £13,915).

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