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'''Peugeot 207/Peugeot 206+/Peugeot 207i. 2008 to date (prod. n/a). 3-, 4- and 5-door saloon, 5-door estate. F/F, 1360 cm³ (I4 OHC), 1587 cm³ (I4 DOHC).''' Facelifted 206, as Peugeot of Brazil claimed it would be too costly and impractical to launch the European 207 there. Sold in Brazil and neighbouring markets, but exported as 207 Compact to those countries where [[Peugeot 207|European 207]] was also sold. Four-door saloon called 207 Passion; ''faux'' off-road SW estate gained extra Escapade model name, as had 206 in Brazil. No major improvements on 206—better thought of as a mid-term facelift. Criticized around launch in Brazilian press for being a revised, rather than all-new, model. Chinese production from 2008, with five-door hatchback first, then sedan in November. Launched in France in 2009 as a budget model, built at Mulhouse, and bearing 206+ nameplate. Iran Khodro launched its 207 in 2010 (with assembly at its own factories in Senegal, Syria and Venezuela), with Naza of Malaysia following later that year. Iranian production to 2012, with talk of recommencing in 2013, though sanctions held things back. Deleted in China in 2013.  
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'''Peugeot 207/Peugeot 206+/Peugeot 207i. 2008–13, 2016 to date (prod. n/a). 3-, 4- and 5-door saloon, 5-door estate. F/F, 1360 cm³ (I4 OHC), 1587 cm³ (I4 DOHC).''' Facelifted 206, as Peugeot of Brazil claimed it would be too costly and impractical to launch the European 207 there. Sold in Brazil and neighbouring markets, but exported as 207 Compact to those countries where [[Peugeot 207|European 207]] was also sold. Four-door saloon called 207 Passion; ''faux'' off-road SW estate gained extra Escapade model name, as had 206 in Brazil. No major improvements on 206—better thought of as a mid-term facelift. Criticized around launch in Brazilian press for being a revised, rather than all-new, model. Chinese production from 2008, with five-door hatchback first, then sedan in November. Launched in France in 2009 as a budget model, built at Mulhouse, and bearing 206+ nameplate. Iran Khodro launched its 207 in 2010 (with assembly at its own factories in Senegal, Syria and Venezuela), with Naza of Malaysia following later that year. Iranian production to 2012, but sanctions and lack of components from suppliers put 207i production on hiatus until December 2016. Deleted in China in 2013.  
  
  

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Peugeot 207/Peugeot 206+/Peugeot 207i. 2008–13, 2016 to date (prod. n/a). 3-, 4- and 5-door saloon, 5-door estate. F/F, 1360 cm³ (I4 OHC), 1587 cm³ (I4 DOHC). Facelifted 206, as Peugeot of Brazil claimed it would be too costly and impractical to launch the European 207 there. Sold in Brazil and neighbouring markets, but exported as 207 Compact to those countries where European 207 was also sold. Four-door saloon called 207 Passion; faux off-road SW estate gained extra Escapade model name, as had 206 in Brazil. No major improvements on 206—better thought of as a mid-term facelift. Criticized around launch in Brazilian press for being a revised, rather than all-new, model. Chinese production from 2008, with five-door hatchback first, then sedan in November. Launched in France in 2009 as a budget model, built at Mulhouse, and bearing 206+ nameplate. Iran Khodro launched its 207 in 2010 (with assembly at its own factories in Senegal, Syria and Venezuela), with Naza of Malaysia following later that year. Iranian production to 2012, but sanctions and lack of components from suppliers put 207i production on hiatus until December 2016. Deleted in China in 2013.


Manufacturing locations: Porto Real, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Mulhouse, Alsace, France; Wuhan, China; Tehrān, Iran; Gurun, Malaysia

Marque: Peugeot | Predecessor: Peugeot 206 | Successors: Peugeot 208, IKCO Runna

q.v. Peugeot 207, Citroën C2 (T21)





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