Peugeot 206 SW
The Peugeot 206 SW is a station wagon variant of the Peugeot 206, a supermini car produced by the French automobile manufacturer from 1998 to 2010. Initially launched as a hatchback, a coupé cabriolet (206 CC) followed in 2000, then the 206 SW in 2001 and ultimately a sedan version (206 SD) in 2005.
In 2008, the 206 was facelifted and introduced in South America as the 207 Compact hatchback, the 207 sedan and station wagon for China, and the 206+ hatchback in Europe. It featured a whole new front and rear design, similar to the Peugeot 207. The Chinese company Dongfeng Peugeot-Citroën launched the Citroën C2 in 2006, a derivative of the Peugeot 206.
The idea to build the Peugeot 206 originated during the early 1990s when Peugeot dropped plans to directly replace the 205 compact car, claiming that due to ever-sinking profits, the production of superminis was no longer economically gateway. Their strategy was to concentrate sales from the lower end of the 205 range to the newly launched Peugeot 106 and to direct sales from the top-end 205s to the Peugeot 306. Although their plan was to slowly phase out the 205, its popularity proved greater than anticipated and a new model was needed to fill the gap. Thus, the 206 was released in 1998 to compete with contemporary cars like the Ford Fiesta and Volkswagen Polo.
Enhance your living space with collectible Peugeot 206 2003 posters, mouse pads, t-shirts, and calendars. Refresh your wardrobe with these stylish and exclusive items from our wide selection. Get them now and be the envy of your peers with our unique designs. Quick! Buy now and show off your style!