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406 simplified

PEUGEOT has simplified the 406 range in the lead-up to its replacement by the 407 in 2003 with fewer model variants but increased specification on some models.

All 406 GLX saloon and estate models will have a six-CD autochanger as standard, leather-trimmed steering wheel and auto-dimming rear-view mirror at no extra cost, bringing equipment levels up to GTX standard.

The 2.2HDi common rail diesel engine will also become available on GLX cars for the first time, with full leather upholstery available as an option for £1,100 on all but the Family estate version.

Rapier models now have an electric sunroof, a six-CD autochanger and an ultrasonic alarm as options, while the GTX model has been dropped from the range.

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