82 vs 110

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Vacuman
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Re: 82 vs 110

Post by Vacuman » Thu Apr 20, 2017 7:59 pm

tfaerch wrote:
Thu Apr 20, 2017 7:47 pm
Thanx for all the advises.
The hunt is for a 110.
After a,few testdrives, 110 is what it is.
My wifes parents has a 82 hp Peugeot 208, and it does 36 MPG, and I'm sure we can do that better.

Colour will be a compromise.
At the moment there are around 18 used PT 110 for sale, most Pearl White, some white, a few silver and dark grey, two yellow …

Prices between 16.300 and 26.200 £
Are they new prices? Sadly the Cactus suffers a lot of depreciation so perhaps consider a one-year old car. Could be half the price of new.


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Re: 82 vs 110

Post by tfaerch » Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:15 pm

Vacuman wrote:
Thu Apr 20, 2017 7:59 pm
tfaerch wrote:
Thu Apr 20, 2017 7:47 pm
Thanx for all the advises.
The hunt is for a 110.
After a,few testdrives, 110 is what it is.
My wifes parents has a 82 hp Peugeot 208, and it does 36 MPG, and I'm sure we can do that better.

Colour will be a compromise.
At the moment there are around 18 used PT 110 for sale, most Pearl White, some white, a few silver and dark grey, two yellow …

Prices between 16.300 and 22.000 £
Are they new prices? Sadly the Cactus suffers a lot of depreciation so perhaps consider a one-year old car. Could be half the price of new.
Oh, no!
You can't buy a new PT 110 in Denmark.
New, they did cost 23.000 and up.
The additional price for 110 was 5.000£+, nothing else than turbo …
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Re: 82 vs 110

Post by Ciaran1602 » Fri Apr 21, 2017 6:39 pm

I'm shocked by the Peugeot MPG. We had one on the company fleet not long ago for one of the junior reps and it did 45mpg around town, 50 on a longer run. Did do about 12000 miles a year though.


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Re: 82 vs 110

Post by Muddles » Fri Jun 30, 2017 8:45 pm

Driving my 82 home yesterday it averaged 48mpg and considering I have to get used to driving it after having the diesel version I think it did very well.his was combined driving, rural and city.

I noticed on the second trip meter the previous owner was only getting 37mpg. I think it all depends on driving technique as to what mpg you get. I've driven the 110 as a courtesy car and for my needs the 82 is adequate. I'm not looking for a sporty drive, my 82 does it's job that's all I need. I won't be lusting after the 110 anytime soon.
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Re: 82 vs 110

Post by paully » Fri Jun 30, 2017 10:36 pm

Have to disagree..I had an 82 but Peugeot 208 (similar power to weight etc) on hire this year in Spain..Was ok and adequate but you never wanted to push it in an overtaking situation and had to leave it a little longer in lower gears. Fast forward to the 110 I have now. Different beast, fast if you want it (0-60 in just over 9 secs) but it easily slips into a higher gear at lower speeds and picks up effortlessly and smoothly without having to open up the fuel burners. Occasionally there is a need to pass a slow mover (sometimes for safety as well) and touch the throttle and off it goes. It gives you confidence in its ability, and we all need a touch of a buzz now and again :D

Very reminiscent of a Skoda Fabia 105bhp Tsi estate I had many years ago...now that did go like a scalded cat :lol: ..sadly felt very skittish at anything over 65 though ;)
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