Peugeot announces prices for its new 407 Coupé
27 September 2005

Peugeot's dramatically-styled new 407 Coupé goes on sale in January 2006 with prices starting at £21,900 for the 2.2-litre petrol version in basic S trim. Standard equipment includes climate control, cruise control, alloy windows and rear parking sensors.

The 2.2 comes with a six-speed manual gearbox and for an extra £1300 is also available in more generous SE trim, which adds heated leather seats, a CD autochanger, front parking sensors and directional headlamps.

For those after more power, 3.0-litre V6 petrol and 2.7-litre, twin-turbo V6 diesel versions are also available in SE and range-topping GT forms, the latter adding satellite navigation and a leather dashboard. The V6 petrol at £26,700 (or £28,400 for the GT) is mated to a six-speed manual, with a six-speed auto available as a £1000 option.

Flagship of the range is the diesel, which shares its twin-turbo V6 with the Jaguar S-type and XJ and features a standard six-speed automatic transmission. It costs £29,200 for the SE, rising to £30,900 for the GT.

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