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Peugeot Convertible Cars:
The very first production hard top convertible car was the Peugeot 402 Éclipse Décapotable in 1935. In more recent years the same company helped to make this innovation accessible and affordable, selling thousands of 206 and 307 CCs and later the 207 and 308 convertibles. In 2006 Peugeot showed the world’s first four door convertible with a retractable hardtop. The car named the Peugeot 407 Macarena was built by French coach-builder Heuliez but never made mass production.
Peugeot convertible cars are now among the top selling in Europe due to their blend of open top fun with reasonable prices and practicality.
Select a Peugeot convertible:
- Peugeot 206 CC 1.6 16v Coupe Cabriolet (2001-2007)
- Peugeot 206 CC 1.6 HDi Coupe Cabriolet (2005-2007)
- Peugeot 206 CC 2.0 16v Coupe Cabriolet (2001-2007)
- Peugeot 207 CC GT THP 156 Coupe Cabriolet (2007-2013)
- Peugeot 307 CC 1.6 16v (2003-2008)
- Peugeot 307 CC 2.0 16v (2003-2008)
- Peugeot 307 CC HDi 136 (2003-2008)
- Peugeot 308 CC 1.6 GT THP (2011-2013)
- Peugeot 308 CC 2.0 HDi 140 (2009-2010)
While details of the new Aygo are yet to be released, both the Citroen C1 and Peugeot 108 will be offered with a roll-back convertible roof. The fabric roof will be offered in several contrasting colours and works in a similar way to the Fiat 500C and Citroen DS3 Cabrio that we recently reviewed.
Peugeot’s convertible EX1 concept car sets a new Nürburgring-Nordschleife track record for electric cars.
Peugeot have released the first details and pictures of the new , the replacement for the popular Peugeot 307CC.
Peugeot Convertible Buyer's Guide
The Convertible Car Magazine Buyer's Guide is a reference to the production convertibles currently available. Here we look at the range of Peugeot convertibles produced in recent years.