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    Default 206cc RC

    http://www.peugeot.de/ihr_peugeot/mo...n=modell%2C229

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    Looks awesome!

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    Yup!

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    looks absolutely FAAABULOUS guysss WOOooo

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    girls car

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    wooow. wooooow. WOOOOW.

    What a cute little car, would be the beez neez to ow. I would definatly prefer the 180 but thats a cool little thing. Rear wheel drive would be even more fantastic with a revised back end for less weirdish looks.

    That badge that it display's, the silver "RC" one could be a pointer as to where Peugeot is heading in terms of badges for the sports models

    Is this coming out

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustymunga
    wooow. wooooow. WOOOOW.

    What a cute little car, would be the beez neez to ow. I would definatly prefer the 180 but thats a cool little thing. Rear wheel drive would be even more fantastic with a revised back end for less weirdish looks.

    That badge that it display's, the silver "RC" one could be a pointer as to where Peugeot is heading in terms of badges for the sports models

    Is this coming out
    You would prefer this 180, this particular RC is only a 1.6L 80kW model (petrol or diesel).

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    i heard the hardtop can only operate only after youve conditioned your hair with a blend of rosemary and jasmine oil.

    can any of you current 206 drivers confirm or deny this?
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    Why not call it 206 GTi 180 Cabrio, probably would be much slower and wouldnt handle as well as the 180 due to the lack roof and the weight of the hardtop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr_Pug
    Why not call it 206 GTi 180 Cabrio, probably would be much slower and wouldnt handle as well as the 180 due to the lack roof and the weight of the hardtop.
    Would you call a 1.6L 80kW 206 a GTi 180?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TroyO
    Would you call a 1.6L 80kW 206 a GTi 180?

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    Nope, but if they chucked in a 180 motor i would.
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    They could always call it the 206 Rcc actually that sounds kinda like 206 Arsey...

    It's not something I would buy but then again I have always maintained the 206cc is the perfect car if your children/friends have no legs. Then and only then can they fit in the back seats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr_Pug
    Nope, but if they chucked in a 180 motor i would.
    It should at least have the 138 engine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kermit
    It should at least have the 138 engine.
    It does seem odd that it only has a 1.6L engine in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gti138
    They could always call it the 206 Rcc actually that sounds kinda like 206 Arsey...

    It's not something I would buy but then again I have always maintained the 206cc is the perfect car if your children/friends have no legs. Then and only then can they fit in the back seats.
    *laff* Poo-go arsey...

    Umm.. lessee...
    woman in a 206CC = good taste and loves life
    man in a 206CC = good taste, loves life, isn't loaded but doesnt need a Porsche/BMW badge to compensate for lacking downstairs...

    Friends/children? Friends have their own cars don't they? and children? that's what Scenic backseats are for..
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    Quote Originally Posted by pugjet
    i heard the hardtop can only operate only after youve conditioned your hair with a blend of rosemary and jasmine oil.

    can any of you current 206 drivers confirm or deny this?
    *yep*
    That's step 1 of the 9 steps to operate the damn "one-button" operation of the roof...
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenJellybean
    *laff* Poo-go arsey...
    man in a 206CC = good taste, loves life, isn't loaded but doesnt need a Porsche/BMW badge to compensate for lacking downstairs...
    Nice analogy
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    Quote Originally Posted by TroyO
    Would you call a 1.6L 80kW 206 a GTi 180?

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    Pffft. What are Peugeot thinking.

    It should NOT have the 138 engine. It should NOT have the 1.6 crap they've put in. It SHOULD have the 180 motor. Imagine that with rear wheel drive and similar weight to the 180.

    It would be bloody fantastic (if it looked hotter from the rear). The fun you could have would be insane (rear wheel drive guys, come on). And, lighter tham the 180 would = bling bling rice boy hunting material.

    not that the 180 isn't that already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustymunga
    Pffft. What are Peugeot thinking.

    It should NOT have the 138 engine. It should NOT have the 1.6 crap they've put in. It SHOULD have the 180 motor. Imagine that with rear wheel drive and similar weight to the 180.

    It would be bloody fantastic (if it looked hotter from the rear). The fun you could have would be insane (rear wheel drive guys, come on). And, lighter tham the 180 would = bling bling rice boy hunting material.
    It would be heavier with all the extra body strengthening required for when you drive it with the top down. But yeah, they have gone all the way with the styling, they have should have finished it with the 180 motor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustymunga
    Pffft. What are Peugeot thinking.

    It should NOT have the 138 engine. It should NOT have the 1.6 crap they've put in. It SHOULD have the 180 motor. Imagine that with rear wheel drive and similar weight to the 180.

    It would be bloody fantastic (if it looked hotter from the rear). The fun you could have would be insane (rear wheel drive guys, come on). And, lighter tham the 180 would = bling bling rice boy hunting material.

    not that the 180 isn't that already.
    Why would it be lighter...? Surely being topless it would be heavier.

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    If only the CC could take the 180's engine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by omak
    If only the CC could take the 180's engine!
    It can take it, PSA choose not to make it a model variant.
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    I'm not sure if the body can take the extra power, could end up flexing too much.

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    With the 180 engine it would be more fun than a 150bhp motorbike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Berridale View Post
    With the 180 engine it would be more fun than a 150bhp motorbike!
    G'day,
    a bloke at work has one of these, he reckons it is good fun.
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