Peugeot Traveller (2016 on)


Allure Standard 2.0 BlueHDi Auto 8

reviewed by Anonymous on 23 August 2022
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I will start with the problems that found for 2 months since I have this nice looking car. I bought this MPV with 19k on the clock with the idea to use it without problems at least few years. But never expected such a problems at this stage. The biggest problem is the adblue system. Plenty of errors sometimes is like Christmas tree on the dashboard. As keeping the adblue tank aways full I have to add 15 liters adblue per 500 miles at the top of everything. The official Peugeot stance is the warranty of that MPV expired and doesn't matter the mileage the problem need to be fixed (paid) by the owner. The dielership sold me the car refer the problem to Peugeot and the warranty that I was given does not cover the eco systems faults. Your Traveller would gonna need new urea tank, injector, water pump, thermostat, battery and some rubber parts after 20k miles or 3 years. The engine coolant cannot reach working temperature for at least 30 min if I drive in the city even continuous driving without stopping. The steering wheel is very heavy on low speed. Very noisy engine when the air conditioner is on. My opinion - stay away from this model.

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