Advice on peugeot 207 hdi outdoor
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    Tadpole
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    Icon7 Advice on peugeot 207 hdi outdoor

    Hi all
    The time has come to update my peugeot 505 GTD (500,000k) to something more modern with less idiosyncrasies for my good wife to cope with. We both like the look of the 207 hdi outdoor, with the increased clearance underneath a good thing on the rough roads where we live. Does anyone have one of these? are they any more or less reliable than other modern Peugeots? We are looking to get one second hand with less than 100,000k's and would travel as much as 30,000k's per year. I would value hearing your experiences and opinions about this model.
    cheers Tony

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    The 505 ground clearance is exceptional at over 200mm (in the same class as a Subaru Forester), you can comfortably stick your head underneath without any jacking! With the LSD in the GTI a 505 makes a great car for the unsealed roads of Australia. While harder to pin down the 207 SW Outdoor appears to have a large but not as impressive 150mm of ground clearance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hypermiler View Post
    The 505 ground clearance is exceptional at over 200mm (in the same class as a Subaru Forester), you can comfortably stick your head underneath without any jacking! With the LSD in the GTI a 505 makes a great car for the unsealed roads of Australia. While harder to pin down the 207 SW Outdoor appears to have a large but not as impressive 150mm of ground clearance.
    If you can stretch the extra dollars the Skoda Octavia Scout is a very competent 4WD off roader. With the same ground clearace as the 505 wagon. Also a variety of engines are available.
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