/Peugeot 207 Gets New 112-hp Euro5 HDi Engine

Peugeot 207 Gets New 112-hp Euro5 HDi Engine

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Peugeot announced a new new edition of the 207 for the British market, equipped with an upgraded 1.6 liter HDi 112 FAP diesel engine. Available for the hatch and SW models, this engine develops 112 hp, 2 more than before, and complies with Euro5 standards. This engine is also paired with a new six-speed manual gearbox.

So the maximum power output of this new diesel unit is 112 bhp at 3600 rpm and peak torque 270 nm (280 during overboost). It features Peugeot’s Extreme Combustion Chamber System (ECCS) technology and a new Continental Automotive System common rail injection where the injection pressure is increased to 1,650 bars (compared to 1600 previously) as well as new piezo-electric injectors with seven apertures (instead of solenoid injectors with six apertures as fitted to the previous 1.6 litre HDi diesel engine). Furthermore, it has the Honeywell Turbo Technology variable-geometry turbocharger,and improved exhaust gas recirculation system (EGR valve).

The hatchback model does 61 mpg in the combined cycle while emitting 119 grams of Co2 in every kilometer.

Peugeot says that this edition comes with dark tinted rear windows and rear electric windows over the standard features. Pricing stats from £15,645.00 on-the-road and it has zero first year V.E.D.

Technical Data – 207 HDi 112

HDi  112 Sport Hatchback / SW HDi 112 Outdoor
Maximum power @ rpm 112 bhp @ 3,600
Maximum torque @ rpm 270 – 285* Nm @ 1,750
Type 6-speed manual
Maximum speed 120 mph 117 mph
0 to 62 mph 11.1 s 11.7 s
Fuel consumption
Urban drive cycle 49.6 mpg 48.7 mpg
Extra urban drive cycle 70.6 mpg 68.9 mpg
Combined drive cycle 61.4 mpg 60.1 mpg
CO2 emissions 119 124


HDi 112 Sport SW HDi 112
On-the-Road MRRP £15,645.00 – 3 Dr

£16,245.00 – 5 Dr

£17,385.00 – Sport

£17,585.00 – Outdoor

First Year V.E.D Group C  £0.00 Group C / D  £0.00

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