Peugeot has unveiled a number of new modifications to its popular used Peugeot 206 model.
Already rolled out in a number of emerging markets – most notably in South America, where it is sold as the Peugeot 207 Mercosur – the new-look 206 Plus boasts a number of features set to make it a favourite in the packed small-car sector.
These include a front-end facelift designed to make the entry-level car look more like the 297, with a wider gaping mouth grill fitted alongside more angular headlights, while the interior has also been revamped to be more in line with the larger model.
Under the bonnet, the 206 Plus boasts a 60-horsepower 1.1-litre engine, with the car also available in 75-horsepower, 1.4L or 1.4L diesel models.
This comes soon after the French manufacturer launched its ‘DriveSexy’ marketing campaign, aimed at encouraging motorists looking to buy a used Peugeot 207 to look into its new Verve range, which boasts extras such as a selection of trim colours and sporty bumpers.