The new SUV is 4.64 metres long and fitted with an HDi diesel engine, with DPFS (Diesel Particulate Filter System).
Posted on 26.10.2006
Styled at Peugeot's design centre, based at Vélizy in France, the distinctive and feline design style of the 4007, with its tapered headlights and open front grille, are the first signs that identify it is a Peugeot vehicle, consistent in style with other models in the range.
The 2.2-litre HDi diesel engine features direct common-rail injection and is the result of the partnership with the Ford Motor Group. The engine boasts impressive fuel economy and emissions performance, among the best in the SUV sector.
The steering, suspension, four-wheel-drive system, brakes and tyres have all been developed to achieve maximum efficiency.
The vehicle is the result of the co-operation between PSA Peugeot Citroën and the Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, and this new 4x4 SUV will be on sale during the second half of 2007.