The motor group said it has been working closely with Peugeot since it announced the Coventry factory would cease production by mid-2007.
Managing director Ray Sommerville said: “In the past, certain car plant closures have led to cancelled warranties, parts shortages and a diminution of after care and servicing. This is not the case here.
"Whatever the rights and wrongs of what is very sad news for Coventry, Peugeot is re-organising, not shutting down. It remains a potent, profit-making company with a well-established infrastructure and efficient production facilities of both new vehicles and ancillary products. "The top priority was to ensure the production of vehicles and all parts remains at planned, rising, volumes, without the slightest disruption for customers."