1995 Pug 306 XSi
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    1995 Pug 306 XSi

    SELLING WHOLE VEHICLE ONLY
    1995 Peugeot XSi, 4door, 2.0 litre, all extras.
    CANBERRA
    Vehicle in good condition apart from
    front left accident damage is repairable.
    Estimate of parts required for repair.
    Bumper, headlights, bonnet, radiator
    small amount of panel beating.

    SELLING WHOLE VEHICLE ONLY $5500 make an offer

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    <small>[ 14 October 2003, 05:07 PM: Message edited by: mcgyvah ]</small>

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    Fellow Frogger! renweave's Avatar
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    Are you sure it is a 1995 model?? I thought this model did not start until 1997.
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    1000+ Posts brenno's Avatar
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    The XSi was released late in '95 in the N3 shape as a 5-door hatch with the 8-valve 2litre motor.

    They are rare in comparison to the N5 XSi like yours.

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    Another member, can't remember his username, but name is Scott, has an N3 306 XSi with the 2L 8v engine. Looks damn nice in red!!

    Derek

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    Yep, its definately dec 1995 and the engine is the 2.0 litre 8 valve. I'm actually want to repair it but my garage is still being built.
    Anyone know where I can get some drive shafts for my wifes 95 306 XR (1.8lt)?

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    pur-john, not pew-john! peujohn's Avatar
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    These 8v XSi's got a good write-up when they were new. I remember one article where the writer drove the XSi and S16 back-to-back and reckoned that the XSi was a more appealing car. Because of the torquey motor (max torque of 184Nm question at just 2750rpm) compared to the revvy S16, it was much more driveable and easy to get the best out of it. I believe good low-down torque is often a quality of an 8 valve engine.

    Anyway, this car sounds like a good buy if it's in good nick and the damage is as minor as it sounds.

    John
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    if it was more major and cheaper it would have made a good donor engine for an upcoming project
    but there will be more 405's, 306's sitting around broken in the future
    with the amount of Mi-16's getting snapped up to donate their engines into 205's a nice 16V 306 engine is what i may end up getting eventually
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