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Peugeot increases prices by 1.18%

PEUGEOT has increased 106, 306 and 406 prices by an average of 1.18% and introduced a range of 306 specification enhancements including air conditioning as standard on GLX models. Two new automatic versions join the 306 Estate range - the LX 1.8 Automatic at £15,545 on-the-road with sunroof or £15,895 with air conditioning in lieu, and GLX 1.8 Automatic at £16,645 on-the-road.

GLX hatchback, saloon and estate models also get ABS and electric rear windows. The arrival of air conditioning as standard on GLX models gives the 306 an extra weapon against the Vauxhall Astra and the Ford Escort. Other changes include the addition of remote central locking and 60/40 split folding rear seats for the entry-level 306 L models. LX models get front fog lights, automatic front screen wipers, electrically-operated and heated door mirrors, adjustable rear head restraints and external temperature indicator.

XS and D Turbos get ABS and 60/40 split folding rear seat, XSi gets front passenger airbag and GTI-6 gets front seat mounted side airbags. Prices of 106 and 306 special editions and 605 and 806 ranges remain unchanged.

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