Peugeot 306 2001 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Peugeot 306 2001 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Used Peugeot 306 review: 1994-2002
The Peugeot 306 was a revelation when it arrived in 1994 bringing an intoxicating European blend of prestige and practicality that had been missing from most of the familiar small cars at the time. ...Read More
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.