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2005 Peugeot 307

2005 Peugeot 307 in Taxi 4, Movie, 2007 IMDB

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: FR

2005 Peugeot 307

Position 00:05:03 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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antp BE

2007-04-11 23:10

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-- Last edit: 2015-02-25 14:47:41 (walter)

Neptune US

2007-04-11 23:25

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That is so wrong!!! :(

Alexander DE

2007-04-12 01:07

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Neptune wrote That is so wrong!!! :(

Yeah, scratching the paint off a nice Berliet .... so sad!!!


;)

bent8rover UK

2007-04-12 02:49

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Neptune wrote That is so wrong!!! :(


it's a 307 :D it probably drove itself there

(307 is UK's most unreliable car, according to Top Gear magazine)

Neptune US

2007-04-12 05:49

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Figures [:kiki] , the only French car I like would be unreliable.

antp BE

2007-04-12 09:48

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It seems that in UK French cars have more problem, I do not really know why (though that they should be used to unreliable cars with BMC & Jaguar :whistle:)
From the numbers that I saw, French cars were usually in the average in terms of reliability. Best being Japanese & recent Skoda if I remember well.

Alexander DE

2007-04-12 13:53

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MBSL65fan wrote Are French cars really unreliable in Europe? I'd like to know out of curiousity. :/ Is it like Chrysler and Ford of Europe? :??:

Not really, only the 307 seems to have (had) some quality problems. Chrysler in Europe, the Voyager in paticular, has a rather bad reputation regarding reliability.

bent8rover UK

2007-04-15 22:40

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antp wrote It seems that in UK French cars have more problem..... From the numbers that I saw, French cars were usually in the average in terms of reliability....


Just the 206 built in the UK, and have fared better. 206 production has now moved to Poland. Take a look at http://www.topgear.com/content/carsurvey/2006/

Weasel1984 PL

2007-04-16 00:54

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bent8rover wrote ... 206 production has now moved to Poland...

No it hasn't ;) , if has been moved to this region is rather in one of our neighbours: Czech Rep. or Slovakia (however this factory is uncompleted yet) - we haven't PSA plant here and in the past only assembled some Peugeots and Citroens from the CKD kits.

-- Last edit: 2007-04-16 01:08:58

Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-04-16 01:20

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Weasel1984 wrote
No it hasn't ;) , if has been moved to this region is rather in one of our neighbours: Czech Rep. or Slovakia (however this factory is uncompleted yet) - we haven't PSA plant here and in the past only assembled some Peugeots and Citroens from the CKD kits.

According to the PSA website, the 206 is made at Poissy and Mulhouse in France, and in Argentina and Brazil.
http://www.psa-peugeot-citroen.com/en/psa_group/sites_b4.php

bent8rover UK

2007-04-23 01:16

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Weasel1984 wrote No it hasn't ;) , if has been moved to this region is rather in one of our neighbours: Czech Rep. or Slovakia


ok, thanks for that. It would seem some of our Newspapers and/or journalism has written wrongly

mister car from 971

2008-05-14 05:14

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Pauvre 307! Et ce n'est pas que dans Taxi 4 qu'on peut en voir une détruite! C'est aussi le cas dans "Double Zéro" (2004), dans la scène où Will et Ben (Eric et Ramzy) se font ejecter par une catapulte, on peut voir une 307 rouge sans porte ni vitres, ou encore dans "La Boîte Noire" (2005) où l'on peut voir José Garcia, qui, au volant de sa 307 noire, fait de nombreux tonneaux en voulant éviter un cycliste!

-- Last edit: 2008-05-14 05:18:01

PDX PL

2015-09-21 14:23

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..... ouch

Gruszku PL

2018-08-29 11:46

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The one crashing in the main pic has the "Challenger" 17-inch alloys so it must've been the maximum specification "Prestige" model.

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