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Peugeot 405/Peugeot Khazar 406. 1987 to date (prod. over 3,933,716). 4-door saloon, 5-door estate. F/F, F/A, 1360, 1587, 1761, 1905, 1998 cm³ petrol, 1769, 1905, 1997 cm³ diesel (I4 OHC), 1560 cm³ diesel, 1761, 1905, 1998 cm³ petrol (I4 DOHC). Hugely important mid-sized Peugeot, riding on a modified Citroën BX platform, that hit the market square-on, rivalling the Ford Sierra and Opel Vectra A. Agreeable Pininfarina styling (and closely resembling the Alfa Romeo 164) and excellent road manners made this an appealing driver's car, although build quality lagged behind the best of the opposition. Mid-life facelift in 1993 introduced more practical boot, with lower loading lip and folding rear seat. Western European production ended 1997; continued in Iran under IKCO with both OHC and DOHC versions of 1·8-litre engine (in GLX and SLX trims), including CNG variant. Iranian production to 2020, after which the production lines were sold to Azermash Khazar of Azerbaijan, who marketed it as the Peugeot Khazar 406, with options of 1·6 HDI (diesel, 105 PS) and 1·8 petrol (100 PS).

Manufacturing locations: Sochaux, France; Ryton-on-Dunsmore, Warwickshire, England; Zimbabwe; Ťehrân, Iran; Los Andes, Chile; Villa Bosch, Argentina; Lublin, Poland; Neftçala, Azerbaijan

Marque: Peugeot | Predecessors: Peugeot 504, Peugeot 305, Talbot Solara, Peugeot 505 | Successors: Peugeot 406 (D83), Peugeot Pars

q.v. Peugeot Roa


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