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Also driven: Peugeot 407 Sport Bioflex

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Peugeot’s 407 Bioflex can run on either petrol or
bioethanol. 

Unfortunately, with less than 50 bioethanol access points in the UK and an ongoing debate as to whether bioethanol is truly a greener option, this model doesn’t seem to offer an awful lot to potential buyers.

Giving out 192g/km of CO2 and a combined mpg of 34.8, which you’d be hard pushed to achieve, it is not a cheap option.

The 2.0-litre car goes without complaint – it’s a comfortable, easy ride, with good handling and acceleration. Its central console is unnecessarily complicated like many Peugeots, but it is well-specified with sat-nav (£650 extra), parking sensors and heated mirrors.

  • Engine 2.0-litre
  • Price £19,245

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