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    Peugeot Oz is releasing a new 307 to slot in between the XS and XSE, the XSR. It has a 2L motor and 16" alloys.

    http://www.autoweb.com.au/cms/A_102312/newsarticle.html

    Peugeot's Popular 307 Range Expands - Introducing the 307 XSR

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    24 August, 2004

    The Peugeot 307 – a popular choice in Australia since its launch, and one of Europe’s best selling cars, now boasts an additional model in its range.

    The 307 XSR is now on sale, and priced at only $29,990 it forms a mid-point in the current range, consisting of the 307 XS ($25,990) and the 307 XSE ($31,790).

    Importantly for Peugeot customers, they can now own a 2.0 litre 307 for under $30,000, with exceptional levels of standard equipment.

    With a bevy of standard features including six air-bags, ABS with an Electronic Brake Force Distributor, electric windows and mirrors, climate control, radio/CD, remote central locking and engine immobiliser to name but a few, the 307 XSR also has a host of practical storage compartments.

    Available as a 5-speed manual or with a ‘Porsche’ style Tiptronic Auto gearbox, the XSR is equipped with a 100kW, 2.0 litre engine. It also is equipped with 16 inch alloy wheels, a colour keyed exterior as well as cruise control.

    Rob Dommerson, Managing Director of Peugeot Automobiles Australia welcomed the new model; “The 307 XSR is set to bolster the 307 line up, in a time of increasing choice for customers in this segment. Stylish and extremely well equipped, and with a powerful 2.0 litre engine for only $29,990, the XSR represents outstanding value for money. We are confident that it will continue the 307’s success story in Australia.”

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    Bring on the 307gti next i'll say

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    Quote Originally Posted by 30780Y
    Bring on the 307gti next i'll say
    In XSi shape? .. Peugeot consider the 307CC Sport to be their curent 307 GTi .. unfortunately for them, most people don't agree and it's not hard to see why.

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    We found out on the 307 list almost 3 weeks ago

    Another thing that was mentioned is that the XSI is going to be dropped. Haven't heard anymore about that, but it's hardly a volume seller compared to the other models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pug307
    We found out on the 307 list almost 3 weeks ago

    Another thing that was mentioned is that the XSI is going to be dropped. Haven't heard anymore about that, but it's hardly a volume seller compared to the other models.
    Very true....... I havent seen much xsi around in Sydney.......seen heaps of 306xsi though

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