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|nhall||11:47pm on Friday, October 29th, 2010|
|An excellent vehicle for the all rounder. Petrol consumption was average for the size of engine and age of the car.|
|daoane||5:50pm on Tuesday, June 8th, 2010|
|Een heerlijke reisauto. Je komt uitgerust aan. Alles werkt heerlijk soepel. Is nu hij 300.000 km heeft gereden nog bijzonder zuinig.|
|Don Reba||7:44pm on Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010|
|Pure value for money motoring. I bought my 2.1TD LX estate with 155k on the clock, full service history and only one owner from new. I drove more then 50 thousand miles till 3 years and i had to repair only weared things with the Peugeot 406 1.8 LX Rapier.|
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#58212 PEUGEOT 406 ST
Scale: 1:10 Category: Electric Chassis Type: TL01
PART # 50738
DESCRIPTION Body TL01 A Parts (Chassis) (A1-A3) TL01 B Parts (Upright) (B1-B14) TL01 C Parts (Suspension Arm) (C1-C19 (2 pcs.) TL01 G Parts (Gear) G Parts (G1-G3) x1 Spur Gear x1 Diff. Spur Gear x2 Counter Gear x1 Idler Gear xH Parts (H1-H5) 0445605 *1 Wheel (2 pcs.) 50454 *1 Racing Slick Tire Set (2 pcs.) 9415332 Metal Parts Bag A 9415333 Metal Parts Bag B 9415413 Metal Parts Bag C 50582 3x14mm Step Tapping Screw (MA2 x5) 50577 3x10mm Tapping Screw (MA4 x10) 50575 2.6x10mm Tapping Screw (MA5 x5) 50573 2x8mm Tapping Screw (MA6 x10) 50602 *1 Differential Bevel Gear Set (MA7, MA16-MA18) Plastic Bearing (MA8 x10) 50594 2x10mm Shaft (MA12 x10) 50355 *2 18T, 19T AV Pinion Gear (MA13.etc.) 50576 3mm Grub Screw (MA14 x10) 50038 Tool Set (Box wrench, Hex wrench, MA14 x4) 4305125 Motor Plate (MA15) 50197 Snap Pin Set (MB7 x5, MB8 x10) 9805368 *1 Gear Box Joint (MB10 & MB11) 9805369-D*1 Wheel Axle (MB12 x2) (50823 TG10 Front Wheel Axle Replaces 9805369) 50650-D *1 4WD Touring Car Drive Shaft Set (MB13 x2) (50883 Replaces 50650) 9805485 *1 Coil Spring (MB14 x2) 3555120 Center Shaft 50171 Heat Resistant Double-Sided Tape 50595 Nylon Band w/Metal Hook (10 pcs.) 87025 Ceramic Grease 9415335 Speed Controller Bag Instructions x1 Resistor x1 Speed Controller x1 Speed Control Rod x1 Switch Lubricant x1 3mm Washer x4 3x10mm Tapping Screw xMotor 6095003 Antenna Pipe (30cm) 9495286 Sticker (a, b) & Masking Seal 1055792 Instructions
R/C SPARE PARTS & HOP-UP OPTIONS 50356 *2 20T, 21T AV Pinion Gear Set 50357 *2 22T, 23T AV Pinion Gear Set 50419 Racing Radial Tire Set (2 pcs.) 50476 Rally Block Tires (2 pcs.) 50746 CVA Super Mini Shock Unit Set 53056-D Pin Type Wheel Adapter 53068 RS-540 Sport-Tuned Motor 53070 Manta Ray Ball Diff. Set 53095 3x10mm Titanium Tapping Screw (10 pcs.) 53115 Skyline GT-R Universal Shaft Set (2 pcs.) 53141 4WD Touring & Rally Car Lightweight King Pins
Touring & Rally Car Bushing & Ball Connector Set Low Friction Aluminum Damper Set (4WD & FWD Touring & Rally Car) 4mm Anodized Aluminum Flange Lock Nuts (Blue) 4mm Anodized Aluminum Flange Lock Nuts (Red) 4mm Anodized Aluminum Flange Lock Nuts (Gold) 4mm Anodized Aluminum Flange Lock Nuts(Black)
53324 *1 *2
On-Road Tuned Spring Set (4WD/FWD Touring & Rally Car) TA02 & FWD Car Universal Shaft Set (2 pcs.) 1/10 Touring & Rally Car Shaped Tire Inserts (2 pcs.) 1/10 Touring Car Super Grip Radial Tires (2 pcs.) 1/10 Touring Car Hard Joint Cup Set (for GearDiff.) 1/10 Touring Car Super Slicks (2 pcs.) 1/10 Touring Car M2 Slicks (2 pcs.) 1/10 Touring Car M2 Radial Tires (2 pcs.)
1/10 Touring Car Shaped Tire Insert, Soft (2 pcs.)
Dyna-Run Super Touring Motor TA03 Ball Differential Dyna-Run Racing Stock Motor TA03 Super Low Friction Damper Set TL01 Ball Bearing Set Reinforced Slicks Type-A (2 pcs.) Reinforced Slicks Type-B (2 pcs.) Tire Inner Foam (4 pcs.) TL01 Turnbuckle Tie-Rod Set TL01 Stainless Steel Suspension Shaft Set TL01 Adjustable Upper Arm Set TL01 Hollow Carbon Gear Shaft TL01 Carbon Propeller Shaft TL01 Stabilizer Set Requires 2 sets for one car. Only 19T, 21T and 23T can be used.
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Peugeot 406 SV V6
Owners review at 15,000 km Craig Bourner Melbourne, Australia In August 1997 I wandered into the local Peugeot dealer. The 306 GTi, a car I had read much about, was finally in the showroom. I intended to buy one that very day. Two hours later I walked out of the dealer having signed an order for a new Peugeot 406 SV. I had a slightly uneasy feeling. What happened is a long story, but it should suffice to say that my wife looked positively victorious. The new car arrived in November, and I sadly parted with my S16 and drove my new 406 ever so carefully home. Appearance The 406 is a pleasure to behold, distinctively of the Peugeot pedigree whilst losing much of the squareness of the 405 and 605. It has a steady and broad shouldered stance when viewed from the front and rear, and looks long and sleek from the side. Externally, the SV is only slightly different from the ST, featuring different alloy wheels, fog lights and V6 badges just above the side indicators. Features On the inside, the SV has a narrow walnut strip along the door trim below the windows and across the dashboard, climate control air conditioning, remote headlamp adjustment and a better sound system. I opted for the leather interior, and with this was included the electrically adjustable seats with position memory for two driver positions. The memory also records the position of the side rear vision mirrors, so my wife and I only need to adjust the internal rear vision mirror and press a button for the other adjustments. My only criticism of the seats is that the memory buttons are a little too small and hard to access on the side of the drivers seat. Other standard features include lockable 60:40 fold-down rear seats with ski-flap; lap-sash centre seat belt in the rear with height-adjustable seat belts in the front; electric windows; rear fog lights; cruise control; and a retractable rear sun blind (which is prone to creasing unless carefully guided onto its roller after use). The car also has a large boot, although it loses some depth to the spare tyre. My favourite feature of all is the rain sensing windscreen wipers. When you switch the wipers to intermittent mode, you get one swipe to clear the windscreen, and then the wipers wait until there is enough water on the windscreen to require another swipe. In a car with conventional wipers you might find yourself turning the wipers on and off yourself because the rain is just too light or various to use a constant wiper speed. In the 406, the wipers are literally set and forget if there is no rain, they simply stop. On one occasion, I forgot I had them on until it started raining over half an hour after the rain had ceased and the wipers responded immediately. I have not yet had to use the wipers on the constant speed settings that are also provided. Transmission Buckling under pressure from my wife, I selected Peugeots new 4-speed electronic automatic transmission. Not being a great fan of automatics, this was a reluctant choice, but soon after taking delivery of the car, I began really to enjoy driving it. The behaviour of this gearbox is unlike any other I have experienced. Around town, it allows the engine to operate in a fairly relaxed state, keeping it around 2000-2500rpm during normal acceleration, and cruising at around 1300-1500rpm at 60km/h. Unlike some automatics, which change into top gear when braking, the 406 changes down through each gear gently so that it is always in the most appropriate gear for acceleration. This is a particularly good feature for city driving where you constantly change speed. The transmission is not perfectly suited to hilly conditions such as those in Melbourne where I live. It has a tendency to change into top gear too readily, and for some hills I need to select third manually to avoid it hunting between third and fourth. There is also a slight jolt felt though the drive-train sometimes when the accelerator is pressed after coasting or braking.
The 406, like many automatics, has a performance or sport mode. This mode is particularly good on steep and/or winding roads, because it keeps the engine speed closer to maximum torque and keeps the torque converter locked. The tendency to change down when braking is also enhanced in this mode, providing aggressive engine braking for cornering and therefore a level of control often diminished by having an automatic transmission. The sport mode button is unfortunately very small, and is mounted on the passenger side of the selector, making it hard to locate without looking down. Handling Ask anyone what Peugeot is famous for, and youll invariably be told that Peugeots handle well. The ride and handling of the 406 can only enhance this reputation. Around town, the ride is quiet and smooth, with minor bumps from man-hole covers and train tracks barely being felt. At the wheel, you can really feel what each of the four wheels is doing the feedback you get though the steering and seat is distinct, but it offers no discomfort because the seats are so perfectly matched to the characteristics of the ride. And this car has none of the bad front-wheel drive habits the worst I can get out of it is a short squeal from the front wheels during a rapid take-off. The torque is delivered squarely on the road, with no torque-steer or tramping to be felt anywhere. On a winding country road, the car remains flat and firmly stuck to the road even when pushed hard through corners. The car tracks perfectly, keeping its rear end tucked in nicely thanks to the passive rear-wheel steering. It is easy to steer, with a good resistance to shocks from potholes that may otherwise twist the wheel around in your hands. For country driving, Id prefer slightly heavier steering, although at speed the variable power steering does increase the steering resistance somewhat. One problem I have found on this sort of road is than on leather seats you tend to slide around a bit unless you use your left leg and arms to steady yourself. This is tiring during a long drive unless you take it easy and I just cant resist making this car work down the Great Ocean Road. Engine Finally, I come to what makes the 406 SV such an attractive choice the 3.0 litre quad-cam V6 engine. This is a much better engine than the STs 2.0 litre 4 cylinder engine for a car of this size and weight. Comparable in output to BMWs 2.8 litre straight six, the Peugeot V6 engine punches out 144kW at 5500rpm and 267Nm at 4200rpm impressive figures on their own. Where this engine stands out from the rest its torque curve you get 83% of the maximum torque at only 2000rpm, with a smooth climb to the maximum torque higher in the range. Fuel consumption isnt too bad around town I usually get about 12.0 litres per 100km, a little better than the 12.7 litres promised in the brochure. On the highway I usually get better than 8.5 litres per 100km when travelling at the speed limit of 100km/h. I can travel from Melbourne to Adelaide some 785km without topping up the large 70 litre tank on the way, and still have some fuel left over when I get there. I only use premium unleaded as recommended, so fuel does cost a little more than for some other cars. Costs Peugeot have targeted the cost of ownership as a major selling point, and I checked this out thoroughly before buying. My first service at 1,500km was free, except for oil, filter and other consumables which came to less than $80.00. The 10,000km service cost only $ 156.00, which was less than I remember paying for the same type of service on my 306 S16. I expect the 20,000km service will be around $240.00, plus about $175.00 for rear brake pads which will probably be due by then. Tyres are about $300.00 each and from experience I expect these Michelins to last around 40,000km. Peugeots have a 2 year unlimited kilometre warranty and the 406 comes with 24 hour roadside assistance. The 406, with leather upholstery, automatic transmission and a CD changer, cost $62,410.00 on the road. For this, I could buy a BMW 318i with some nice alloy wheels. Or a Mercedes Benz C180 with a couple of options added. But Id still be driving a moderately heavy four cylinder car with plenty of prestige but with lower equipment levels and not all that much excitement. I could look to Audis new 2.4 litre V6 for a bit of zip - but to get automatic transmission Id have to pay more and, on paper at least, the performance of the Peugeot is still better. Even buying at the luxury end of the Australian-made offerings could see me spending well over $50,000. To me, the Peugeot 406 is one of the best buys around at the moment. I am a little disappointed with how much this car costs to insure the best I can find is about $1,500.00 per year as a 29 yearold rating one driver for comprehensive cover with a $300 excess. Troubles While the overall finish and build quality of the 406 are excellent, it was not without a few minor problems. Shortly after delivery, I noticed a small tear in the leather above the drivers seat adjustment control, a broken clip on a plastic electronics housing under the front passenger seat, a slight rattle in the drivers door, a badly creased rear sun-blind, and the drivers side
door seal was in poor condition. The front fender also lacked the same gloss under the fog lights as the rest of the car and had to be repainted this I would have least expected. The dealer was very co-operative and quickly rectified these problems. Conclusion Overall, I am delighted with the 406. With most other cars I have had (306 excepted), the novelty of having a new car has soon worn off, and the compulsion to get in and drive at every opportunity has diminished after a month or two. Not so with the 406. Six months later and I still find I am going out for milk late at night more often, driving to more distant supermarkets and even returning videos early, just to increase my time behind the wheel. The excitement is just not going away. People I meet who have never driven or owned a Peugeot find this a bit hard to comprehend. After all, its just a car, isnt it ? If only they knew.
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