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Peugeot 306 FAQs
Check out real-world situations relating to the Peugeot 306 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
GENERALLY, soft-tops are more durable than they once were, and there are no reports of trouble with the Peugeot roof. I haven't seen any on the road that are faded or torn, so I think you'd be safe to buy one. The door issue is another thing. A convertible body is generally not as stiff as a sedan's, which has a steel roof to hold it all together. One of the things that can happen is the doors will drop. It could be a matter of adjustment, but I would avoid a car with sagging doors.Show more
A busted gearbox
IN SITUATIONS like this, carmakers generally take the view that you have had four years of trouble-free motoring so they won't pay for the whole repair. But 30 per cent sounds a pretty poor offer to me, I would go for at least 50 per cent.Show more
Another crack like that . . .
I AM inclined to think it is a problem with your car. When a windscreen cracks like this, particularly more than once, I'd look for added stress such as a poor fit or a misshapen opening. If it's a used car, I'd suspect it has had a crash and the repairs haven't been done properly. If you bought it new, go back to Peugeot. You will have to negotiate a settlement, which may involve legal proceedings.Show more