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Upgrade and price cut for base 406s

PEUGEOT has upgraded its lead-in 406 models - and reduced on-the-road prices by £235. The move sees entry L badging dropped in favour of the new LS, which has air-conditioning, CD autochanger and ABS with electronic braking limiter as standard equipment.

It means the least expensive 406, the 1.8-litre petrol-engined LS four-door saloon, now costs £13,995 on-the-road. Fitted with the 1.9-litre turbodiesel, the LS is priced at £14,895 and estate versions are £14,995 (petrol) and £15,895 (diesel).

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