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Peugeot 202 Bordeaux

Peugeot  202 Bordeaux (1939)

Reference ch. 5646
Make Peugeot
Model 202 Bordeaux
Type berline
Construction year 1939
KM 44205
Cilinder displacement 1133
Gears manual
Steering left hand drive

The Peugeot 202 was an automobile from Peugeot. Production of the car ran between 1938 and 1942 and then, after a brief production run of 20 in early 1945, restarted in mid-1946. It was sold until 1949, by when it had been replaced by the 203
The 202 was instantly recognisable as a Peugeot from the way that the headlights were set, as on the older 302, close together, in a protected location behind the front grille. Most customers chose the four-door berline (saloon) version which by 1948 came with a steel-panel sliding sun roof included in the price. However the boot/trunk was small and could be accessed only from within the car, there being no outside boot lid. The two-seater two-door cabriolet "décapotable" did have a separate boot lid but cost approximately 30% more than the berline. Priced very closely to the berline was a structurally similar four-door four-seater "berline découvrable", which featured a full fold away hood: this type of body would become difficult to provide using the monocoque body structure then becoming mainstream and which would be a feature of the Peugeot 203.
Between 1947 and 1949 the manufacturer produced 3,015 timber bodied "break" (estate) conversions: this model cost 55% more than the berline, and anticipated future Peugeot policy by using a slightly longer chassis than that used on other 202 versions. The extensive use of timber took the company back to a technology that it had abandoned in 1931 when production of the Type 190 ended, and according to the manufacturer was above all a response to shortage of sheet steel in post-war France.
There were only two models offered in France in this class offering so wide a range of body types. The other was the still popular but soon to be replaced Simca 8.
Length : cm (in): 411 (161.8)
Width : cm (in): 150 (59.1)
Height : cm (in): 155 (61)
Wheelbase : cm (in) : 245 (96.5)
Weight: kg (lb) : 785 (1732)
Displacement : straight-four 1133 cc (69 ci), front-mounted
Valve gear : 8
Fuel system : 1 carburetor
Gearbox : 3-speed manual
Driven wheels : rear-wheel drive
Maximum power : 30 bhp at 4000 rpm.
Maximum torque : + 57 Nm
Top speed : 100 km/h (62 mph)

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