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Peugeot 505

PEUCiEOT
TAKE PRIDE IN PRECISION

The basis for reliability is thorough research, planning


and skill in design. Only the best quality materials and
components are used, many of which have been designed
specifically for Peugeot and are manufactured in Peugeot
factories.
Continual pre- and post-production testing
evaluates parts and prototype models for quality of
manufacture, for design efficiency and as part of one of
the most comprehensive programmes into veh icle and
passenger safety.

Take a test drive at your local Peugeot Dealer:


1982

Anti-corrosion treatment is equally thorough.


New cathodic electrophoretic processes give an even
greater level of protection, which is reinforced by
bitumen wax injection treatments to doors and hollow
sections, a PVC anti-chipping compound applied to
wheel arches and along the sills, and the whole
underbody covered in a thicker bitumen wax coating.
All th is extra care means quality and reliability built
into each and every Peugeot product.

Please Note:
Every endeavour has been made t o ensure that thl
information contained in this brochure was ace urnu: at dw
time of going co press. Peugeot Tallxll howcvtr, rl'st'fVl' t hl
righc, while preserving the e~tnt ial tharaCtlrist 1cs oft hl
mode ls described and i llustrmed an this brochure, 1011111 odun
at any time modifications, changes ofdetail, equiprnlnt or
accessories as may be considered necessary. The bnichurt will
be updated from time tot iml' but in order to avoid any
misunderstanding, any ptrson interested in purchasing a
vehicle should enqu irt of an authorised Peugeot dta lcr as lo
whether there have been any material alterations, since the
date of the issue of this brochure. Sept 1981.
Peugeot Automobiles UK Ltd.
333 Western Avenue, London W3 ORS

PEU<;EOT

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505GR
The Peugeot 505. Not just one car but a
range of six superbly appointed executive
saloons. A range to give you 'large car
comfort' with the opporrunity to select the
size of engine and trim appointments best
suited to your requirements.
Your engine choice could be petrol
(carburettor or fuel injection) or diesel.
Would you prefer an automatic to a manual,
if so it is available on SR and STl models.

5 seater. 4-cylinder 197 lcc


.
choke carburettor 96 DIN ~trol engine. Twin
. Pat 5, 200 rpm.
4-speed gearbox Pow
steering. Indepe~de er assisted rack and pinion
brakes in front Pow~~4-~hdedl suspension. Oise
Push button radio.
ssiste ual circuit braking.

505GRD

45 seater.
500 2498
5 cc oiesel engine. 76 DIN bh
,
rpm. -speed gea bo Ad'
pat
restraints on front seat r R x.
Justable head
armrest at rear La . s. detractable central
button radio. . m1nate windscreen. Push

505SR
5 seater
200 . 1971
4 cc petrol engine. 96 DIN bh
Pat

rpm. -speed g bo
controlled sunroof pear x. ~lectrically
ulph~lstery. Electri~ f~;~r~~dted steering. Tweed
o~king. T inted window d ow~. Central door
windscreen Rad I
s an laminated
.
io stereo cassette.

505 STI
5seater. 1995ccBOSCHK- ETR
. .
engine. Developing 110 DI~ bh ONICiniection
pat 5, 2 50 rpm.
5-speed gearbox. Electrical!
Power assisted ste . T y controlled sunroof
. d
enng. we d h l
.
tin ows. Electric front . de up o stery. Tinted
ocking and laminated
ows. Central door
radio/stereo cassette. win creen. Stereo

"':ds

The GR trim line is available with a choice of two


engines. The I91 I cc petrol engine producing 96
DIN blip at S, 200 rpm, or the new 2498cc diesel
engine with a power outPUt of 16 DlN blip at 4, SOO
rpm. Both power packs produce the ideal
combination of performance with econom'I

Both models project the i!f\age and qualit'/ of


the SOS range, in particular, all round independent
suspension which absorbs the irregularities of the
road and guarantees comfort and good road holding;
the laJ!!< halogen headlarnP' with fascia adjustment
control and a massive boot with a capacit'{
of l 8. 4 cu ft.

GR GRD

GR
GRD

On the SR and 5Tl models a large modern fuscia


panel clearly displays the insrruroentation. The
rev. counter
is standard.
As an aid
to even more economY the I982

petrol -engined models are equipped with an


econoroeter. The driver is informed as to how
economically he isdriving by a display of\igh<Son the
fuscia. With this feature the skilful driver can exploit
to the fu\\ the virtUesof what is already one of the roost
economical
cars in its c\ass.
The windscreen
wipers sweep a wide clear path

on the large laroioated windscreen. There are twO


speeds as we\\ as intermittent and flick wipe actions
and electric washers. The external driver's daor
mirror is adjustable from inside. Cenua\\Y mounted.
the comprehensive heater controls enable you to
achieve just the right teroperature Also included io
tl.e centre console are a cigar lighter and easy to use
push button controls for hazard warning \igh<S. rear
fog lights and heated rear window. All are

illuminated for easY location at night The ignition


key location is also illuminated, activated by opening
the front door. A digital clock is mounted in the
centre of the fascia.

SR~

STI

995cc all alumin\um a\\oy


-ybe 505 STl features a l nic fuel i.niection tog~ther
engine wi.th "?~h~)e~r accurate fuel metenng
with e\ecuonic igninoSrl includes a 5-speed
and easY starti.ng. !be h' es 110DlN bhpat 5,?50
gearbo)(.1be engine ac i~ a creditable 38.l mpg at
rpm yet nevertheless retu
a constant 56 mph. . tedg\ass al\ round
-ybere'sbronze un .
' _-t side mou\drngs.
and b\ack oov.Y . .on is avai.\able as an
A.utomati.c transm\SS\ \\ petro\ models.
.
,.,, cost on a
opnon at ext.,..

SR- STI

Inside, the
beautiful
most noticeab/
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ands
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and,
it is e upholste e fe~ture i
trim afsoerefore Xtreme/ ryh. Distin the
co
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Paint fi ~niinated)fand fro OOr lock.
the in1sh s
Wind ntwind ing, el
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lacqows,
usr be tl ' """ '"' .stereo c uered Ill g ass all
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SR-STI

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The 505 is available with the choice of


three different engine options.
There's the 197 lcc petrol unit
with rwin choke carburettor. With a
cast iron cylinder block amlaluminium
cylinder head, this proven engine
offers maximum power output of96
DIN bhpat 5, 200rpm, while ren1ming
up to 40. 4 mpg at a constant 56 mph.

5,250rpm.
The I995cc engine is fitted with
Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection and
electronic ignition. With an all
aluminium constnictilin and liverhead
camshaft, a top speed of around I09
mph (manual version) is attainable

Diesel The 2498cc diesel engine


enhances Peugeot's experience with
this type of power unit. The cast iron
block and aluminium cylinder head
offers you a robust and durable engine
with an extremely economical fue l
consumption of up to 47.9 mpg at a
constant 56 mph.

Peugeot are one of the leaders in


the diesel mJrket in Britain offering the
widest range of cars available. You can
be certain ofa truly professional service
back up.

Safety
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The 505 has been designed with special attention to safety.


It incorporates numerous active and passive features which are derived
directly from the Peugeot Safety Synthesis vehicle. The result is a car
which is not only modem, stylish and built to an advanced level of
engineering, but one which utilises the most up to date techniques to
ensure that driver and passengers alike can enjoy maximum
protection and safety.
The mpst important ele1nent is the passenger compartment,
which must be strong enough to resist a major impact from any angle.
This strength comes from the design of the structural components;
their material strength and assembly.
A rigid 'cage' has been constructed around the passenger
compartment. All possible angles of impact have been considered In
the event of a head-on collision, for example, the reinforced doors are
strong enough to retain their shape, despite the massive force that
would be exerted upon them. The box sections in front and behind
this safety cage (engine compartment and boot) form progressively
collapsible zones which absorb impact before it reaches the passenger
compartment.
Safety has been a prime consideration in the design of every part
of the 505. The attention to detail isshown by features such as the fully
padded steering wheel and fascia, the self-illuminating push-button
controls and the recessed, anti-burst door locks. The deep windows
and excellent all round visibility, together with the heated rear screen,
help the driver to cope with the worst traffic and weather conditions.
Other items of standard equipment, such as front disc brakes
(front and rear on ST!), servo power assistance and dual circuits,
laminated windscreen, halogen headlamps and impact absorbing
bumpers all play their role in helping to ensure that you arrive at your
destination safely; time after time.

Camplwrccic hath

Mains \\"at. .rrins1..

6 Years'Ant~corrosion Guarantee
All Peugeots have the benefit of a six years' a nti-corrosion guarantee on
all body or unde rbody panels a nd each uni t is meticulously treated
against pe rmane ntspreadofcorrosion by to tal imme rsion in a cathodic
electro phoretic bath-a process whic h makes the bodyshell particularl y
resista nt to corrosion.
But Pe ugeot's a nswer to corrosion is not confined solely to this
techno logical innovation of an ti-corrosive cathodic electrophoresis.
Pe ugeot uses in addition all the well established anti-corrosion coatings
of proven resista nce value, and these are applied before a nd afte r the
electro phore tic bath.
T o benefit from th is guarantee involves only two c hecks of the
car (taking about 2 hours depending on m<xlel, carried out at the
expense of the c ustomer at the e nd of the second and fourth years of
service) at a Pe ugeot Deale r. The Pe ugeot 6 year anti-corrosion
guarantee is transferable on change of ownershi p.
Peugeot thus gives furthe r proof. we re it needed, that you may
regard the purc hase of your Pe ugeot as a good investment.
1. Sheet Metal:
Certain body ite ms whic h arediffic ulr to protect a nd liable to corrosion
are made of zinc-plated or galvanised steel.
2. Phosphating:
lmpnwes adhesion of resin film in the electrophore tic bath .

3. Cathodic Electrophoretic Bath:


A film of e poxy resin is deposited on the whuk of the body shcl I. Box
sections are pie rced to e nable internal surfaces co he rea'c hcd and
protected.
4. Pressure injection of wax into box sections:
Protection of inte rnal wall surfaces, pre ve nting wate r from pene trating
be tween panels.
5. PVC Anti-chipping compound:
Protection of those parts of the body whic h are subject to attack by [pose
stones.
6. P rimer:
The undercoat includes oxydisation-inhi biting pigme nts (zinc
c hromates) whic h improve a nti-corrosion protection. A nti-chi pping
yualiries are also included.
7. NAO (Non-aqueous dispersion) Acrylic Lacquer:
Thermosetting by ba king at above I 50C. High covering powe r.
8. C lear Varnish (On metallic and black paint only):
Inc reased brillia nce a nd better protection of the pigmentation of the
colour coat against corrosive e leme nts in the atmosphe re.

Dcmineralised water rin se

Dryi ng oven

Equipment

Specification
STI

GR-SR

GRD

GR

Five

Number ofseats

Carpet front and rear

Four cylinders in line. Over square. Removable wet cylinder


liners (not on Diesel). Aluminium cylinder head on all models
and aluminium block and overhead camshaft on the ST!.
Self-engaging cooling fan.

ENGINE

Type

Armrests front and rear


Reclining front seats

XNI inclined at 45

ZEJ inclined at 12

XD3 inclined at 20

Twin choke carburettor

Bosch K Jetronic
fuel injection

Injection
pump

Bore x stroke

88 x 81

88 x 82

94 x90

Capacity

l 97lcc

1995cc

2498cc

Compression Ratio

8.8:1

9.2: l

23:1

Max. power DIN:

96bhp
at 5200rpm

l lObhp
at 5250rpm

76bhp
at4500rpm

Max. torque DIN:

118 ft. lbs. at 3000 rpm

126 ft. lbs. at 3 500 rpm

111 ft. lbs. at 2000 rpm

Fuel Supply

4-speed

Gearbox

SUSPENSION

Water temperature gauge


Digital clock

Internally adjustable driver's mirror

37ft. Lin. (l l.3m)

Child proof rear door locks


Halogen headlamps

GR, SR, GRD: Oise front and drum rear


STI: All round disc brakes
Mastervac servo-assistance. Dual braking circuit.
Brake compensator. Hand brake operating on rear wheels.

BRAKES

Two speed and intermittent screen wiper

Dipping mirror

Rack and pinion. Power assisted on all models.

Overall turning circle

Cigar lighter

Boot light

Suspended hypoid differential

STEERING

Lockable glove box

Trip mileage recorder

Optional automatic ZF gearbox with hydrokinetic torque converter


on SR and ST!
Rear Axle

Heated backlight

Central warning light system (oil, water, brakes, lights)

5-speed

5-speed

Four speed heater blower

Electric screen wash

Rear wheel drive with diaphragm type clutch and ball bearing thrust mechanism

TRANSMISSION

Heater control illumination

Interior headlight adjustment


Reversing lights
Rear fog lights

All round independent. Coil springs with double acting telescopic


hydraulic shock absorbers and anti-roll bars front and rear.

Passenger grab handles


Front inertia reel seat belts

TYRES

175 SRI 4 Radials

175 HR14 Radials

175SR14 Radials

Spare wheel located under boot floor.


Three phase
alternator

WEIGHT
Unladen
Laden
Max. towing capacity

Illuminated ignition key hole


500 watts

750watts
Transistorised ignition

500watts

DIMENSIONS
Overall length
Overall width
Height, unladen
Height, laden
Wheelbase

CAPACITY
Boot
Fuel Tank

Retractable rear centre armrest

12 volts

ELECTRICAL

SR 2723 lbs/ 123 5 kg


GR2667 lbs/ 1210kg
38801bsl760kg
2866 lbs/ 1300 kg

Glove box light


Laminated windscreen
Tinted glass and laminated windscreen

l 5ft Oins (4. 58m)


5ft 8ins (I. 73m)
4ft 9ins ( 1. 45m)
4ft6ins (l.37m)
9ft0ins (2. 74m)

Econometer
5-Speed gearbox
Power assisted steering
Tweed seat trim

2745 lbs/ 1245 kg


3880 lbs/ 1760 kg
2866 lbs/ 1300kg

2899 lbs/ 1315 kg


4079 lbs/ l 8 50 kg
2866 lbs/ 1300 kg

Front electric windows


Central door locking and fuel flap
Body side rubbing scrip

18.4~u. ft.
12.3 gallons (56 litres)

Front seat head restraints

Rev. counter

FUEL CONSUMPT ION


At a constant 56 mph
(90km/h)

Manual
40.4mpg
(7.0 L/ lOOkm)

Automatic
36.7mpg
(7. 7 L/lOOkm)

Manual (5-Speed)
38.2mpg
(7.4 L/ lOOkm)

Automatic
35.3mpg
(8.0L/lOOkm)

*Manual (5-speed)
47.9mpg
(5. 9 L/ lOOkm)

At a constant 75 mph
( l20km/h)

31.0mpg
(9.1 L/ lOOkm)

27. lmpg
(10.4 L/lOOkm)

30.4mpg
(9.3 L/ lOOkm)

26.6mpg
( 10.6 L/lOOkm)

34.4mpg
(8.2 L/ 100km)

Simulated urban driving

25.0mpg
(11.3 L/ lOOkm)

25.9mpg
(10. 9 L/lOOkm)

21.6mpg
(13. l L/ lOOkm)

23.2mpg
(12. 2 L/l OOkm)

(8.7L/ 100 m)

32.5mp~

These figures are the results of approved tests as recorded by the Department of Energy in official fuel economy certificates. *Diesel consumption in
accordance with French government test procedures.

Cloth seat trim


Front door pockets
Map pockets (rear of front seats)
Electrically operated sunroof
Metallic paint finish
P.B. radio
Radio/ Stereo cassette
Stereo radio/ Stereo cassette

SR

STI

GRD

PEUCiEOT
TAKE PRIDE IN PRECISION

The basis for reliability is thorough research, planning and


skill in design. Only the best quality materials and
components are used, many of which have been designed
specifically for P eugeot and are manufactured in Peugeot
factories.
Continual pre and post-production testing
evaluates parts and prototype models for quality.of
manufacture, for design efficiency and as part of one of the
most comprehensive programmes into vehicle and
passenger safety.

Take a test drive at your local Peugeot Dealer:

CRAZE BROS. LTD.


27 19ALMERSTON ROAd
OSCOMBE,HANTS
TKL: OURNEMOUTH S7~

Anti-corrosion treatment is equally thoro ugh.


New cathodic electrophoretic processes give an even
greater level of protection, which is reinforced by bitumen
wax injection treatments to doors and hollow sections, a
PVC anti-chipping compound applied to wheel arches,
front and rear lower panels and along the sills, and the
whole underbody covered in a thicker bitumen wax
coating.
All this extra care means quality and reliability
built into each and every Peugeot product.

Please Note:
Every endeavour has been mode to ensure that the 1n(ormot1011
contained in this brochure 'A(JS occurote at the time o(going to
press. Peugeot Talbot however. reserve the nght. while pwscrv1ng
the essential characteristics ofthe models described and tllusl!nted
in this brochure. to introduce at any time mod1ficaoons. chon&>cs of
detail, equipment or accessories as may be c0t1Sldered ncccss(lt y
The brochure will be updated (rom time to time but 1n order to
avoid any misunderstanding, any person interested 1n purchasmp, n
vehicle should enquire o(an authorised Peugeot dealer as to
whether there have been any material alterations since the datP
ofthe issue ofthis brochure.
Diesel versions will not be available from production unul law
spring and final speci(ications should be checked with your loco!
Peugeot dealer
March 1982.

PEUGEOT
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TAKE PRIDE IN PRECISION e

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505

Talbot Motor Company Ltd London Road Ryton on Dunsmore Coventry CVB 3DZ

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The 505 Estate


The new Peugeot 505 estate tokes its classical lines
from the 505 saloon. It is elegant, modern and refined.
And like oil other Peugeot estates, it isn't just a
modified version ofthe saloon. We spent three years

developing the 505 estate range in its own right


And the result is a fifth door that opens up to
reveal a massive load area - the largest volume
capacity available in Britain today.

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The 505 Family Estate

The family version is identical in design and external


appearance to the basic estate. but hos a third row of
seats, so that it can carry eight people -all ofthem
focirig forwards.
But its unique feature is the versatile nature o(the

layout. Both sets ofseats fold down completely to


provide a rat, huge area ofuninterrupted space.
In addition, the second row ofrear seats is split
into a double and single section, so you can carry both
passengers and long loads.

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Estate or Family Estate


The choice is yours. One ofthem will match your
requirements, whether it be (or a large family or the
demands ofyour occupation or pastimes.
Whats more, there are a total offtve model
options available.The petrol driven GL, GR and family

estates, and the diesel powered GR and family


versions.
The 1971 cc petrol engine will be available with a
4-speed gearbox in the GL and GR and with a
5-speed gearbox in the family.

The 2498cc diesel-engined GRD and family


versions will both have a 5-speed gearbox.
Power assisted steering is available as standard
on all versions except the GL.

Both the petrol and diesel engines have one thing


in common -the Peugeot hallmark ofrobustness and
versatility at all speeds.
And. the availability ofa 5-speed gearbox ensures
excellent fuel economy, particularly on longjourneys.

The 505 GL Estate


The 1971 cc petrol engine develops 82 din bhp at 5,000
rpm and has a 4-speed manual gearbox. The rear
seat folds ~at to provide over 32 sq. ~of load surface,
over 78 cu. ft. volume capacity and a 1,555 lb. payload
capacity The maximum load-~oor length available
exceeds 7 ft. 7 ins.
The fascia is comprehensively equipped with

gauges and warning lights. There's also a headlamp


level adjustment control, reversing lights and a rear
demister: The front seats are contoured to give
maximum comfort. and the mop pockets, capacious
glove compartment and push-button radio all
combine to give the front compartment an
atmosphere ofpractical luxury

The 505 GR/GRD Estates


The 1971 cc petrol engine in the GRestate develops
96 din bhp at 5.200 rpm and comes with a 4-speed
manual gearbox as standard.
The instrumentation ofthe GR incorporates an
econoscope * so that the thoughtful driver can keep
an eye on fuel consumption and achieve maximum
Tile Green light

=Economical dnvmg.

mileage per gallon ofpetrol.


The 2498cc Peugeot diesel engine available in the
GRD estate develops 76 din bhp at 4,500 rpm and.
mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox, will offer
exceptionally economical motoring.

* The e<:onoscope is a 1hrce-colour light display:


The Yellow light =Less than best economy. The Orange l1gh1

=Excessively u11econom1Col dnvmg.

The 505 GR/GRD Estates


These entirely new cars are uniquely capacious and
practical but retain the full luxury standards of
comfort and equipment found in the universallypraised 505 saloons.
The specially lengthened wheelbase -common
to all versions ofthe 505 Estate -and the superb
Peugeot suspension system provide an unequalled
combination ofride and roadholding.

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Additionally the GR standard ofequipment


includes:

* Power-assistedsteering
* Halogen headlamps
* Electronic digital clock
* Panel light rheostat
* Tweed seat trim
* Hockey stick armrests

* Fully carpeted ~oor

* Laminated windscreen flinted gloss


* Radio/cassette player

* Illuminated ignition keyhole

* Internally adjustable door mirrors


* Front seat head restraints

* Tripmeter

* Tailgate wash/wipe

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The 505 Family Petrol/Diesel Estates


Both these models have the seating capacity ofa
family estate -8 people - and the bulk carrying
capacity ofan ordinary estate.
But they also offer you all the comfort ofa saloon.
The individual front seats with head restraints are fully
reclining. The second row ofseats (old down in two
parts, one double and one single.
Finally. the third row folds fiat as well. The total

load fioor area available is over 28 sq. ft.. and the


volume capacity exceeds 67 cu. ft. The maximum load
ffoor length is over 6 ft. 9 ins.
All the seats are covered in luxurious tweed, and
the fioor area is completely covered in carpet.
Map pockets on the back ofthe front seats, front
door pockets, internally adjustable door mirrors and a
radio/cassette player are all standard.

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The 505 Family Petrol/Diesel Estate


With 8 seats -all forward-facing-everybody can
enjoy a comfortable ride. With two rows offolding
seats. its the only fully converting estate available and
offers you the greatest volume capacity.
The petrol version has a 1971cc engine developing
96 din bhp with a 5-speed manual gearbox and
power assisted steering as standard. Theres an

econoscope for economical motoring. too.


The diesel version has a 2498cc engine
developing 76 din bhp with a 5-speed manual
gearbox. Power assisted steering is standard.
A digital clock. internally adjustable halogen
headlamps and childproof rear door locks are all
standard.

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The Mechanical Features


THE PETROL AND DIESEL ENGINES
Like all Peugeot engines, they have power: durability,
quietness and balance. The petrol engine is one ofthe
best ofits kind, giving you an opportunity to sample
motoring that is both sophisticated and economical. It
is capable ofover 38 mpg at a constant 56 mph in the
GL and GR 4-speed estates, and over 40 mpg in the
5-speed family- a truly incredible achievement in an
estate ofsuch a size.
The diesel engine is, ofcourse, even more
economical and can manage over 44 mpg at a
constant 56 mph. A special pre-heating plug enables
the engine to start in the coldest temperatures in just
7 seconds.
THE GEARBOX
The 4- and 5-speed gearboxes give excellent

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smoothness and versatility. The gear ratios were


calculated to give the best possible combination
between performance and fuel consumption, with the
ftfth gear on the GRD and family models making a
significant saving here. At the same time, the ft~h gear
means that the engine revs are kept down for quiet
and smooth cruising.
THE POWER ASSISTED STEERING
This gives you more comfort for less effort. Although
it's not noticeable when driving fast or in a straight line,
it's a great help on winding roads or when parking.
DIAGNOSTIC SOCKET (Petrol engines only) This
allows the ignition system to be connected to a
dealership's electronic test equipment. so that any
fault can be located immediately without the need for
time-consuming dismantling.

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Active and Passive Safety Featu res


ACTIVE SAFETY FEATURES
These concern everything involved in controlling the
vehicle.
There is independent coil-spring suspension at
the front with telescopic hydraulic shock-absorbers
and an anti-roll bar
The rear has a coiled-spring suspension with
anti-roll bar (except on the GL) and telescopic
hydraulic shock-absorbers.
The brakes are dual circuit and servo-assisted
with discs at the front and drums at the rear The
brakes are automatically adjusted each time they are
applied, resulting in maximum effectiveness.
Finally, there's both a brake ruid loss warning light
and a brake pad wear warning light on the fascia.

PASSIVE SAFETY FEATURES


This consists ofall the features that would lessen the
impact in the event ofan accident.
The front and rear sections ofthe estate ore
designed to crumple and thus absorb the impact ofa
crash. This means that the passengers all sit in a safety
cage in the centre. The steering column is collapsible
and the dashboard and fascia are podded, so there
are no hard and dangerous protrusions.
The exceptionally large window area gives the
driver a panoramic view. and headlamp adjustment
and the rear demister mean that he con make the
best use of it in all weathers. Rear fog lamps ensure
that the vehicle is visible to other rood users in
inclement weather

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The SixYear Anti-Corrosion'( :uarantee


All Peugeots have a 6-year anti-corrosion guarantee.
Each new Peugeot is carefully treated against
corrosion by being totally immersed in a cataphoretic
tank, a process that makes the bodywork particularly
resistant to corrosion.
But Peugeot don't just make use ofthis

technological innovation on its own- they use all the


traditional anticorrosion processes as well.
In fact, a total of nearly 25kg of material combines to
protect the metalwork against corrosion.
This proves, if proof were needed, that your
Peu eot will turn out to be a ood investment.

guaranteed by more than just words.


The 6-year anti-corrosion guarantee covers
repair to any part ofthe bodywork or underside
that has suffered corrosion from the inside, causing
the metal to be perforated.
To take advantage of the guarantee, two simple
service checks are required to be carried out on the
vehicle (lasting two hours approximately and at the
expense ofthe customer; at the end of the second

and fourth years of use). The inspections must be


carried out by a recognised Peugeot dealer.
The Peugeot 6-year anti-corrosion guarantee is
transferable in the event of a change in ownership,
and is limited to vehicles used in the following
European countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark,
Finland, France, Great Britain, Holland, Ireland, Italy.
Luxembourg, Norway. Portugal, Spain, Sweden,
Switzerland, West Germany.
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I. SHEET METAL.
Certain body items which are difficult to protect and
liable to corrosion are made of zinc-plated or
galvanised steel.
2. PHOSPHATING.
Improves adhesion of resin film in the
electrophoretic bath.
3. CATHODIC ELECTROPHORETIC BATH.
A film of epoxy resin is deposited on the whole of
the body shell. Box sections are pierced to enable
internal surfaces to be reached and protected.

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4. WATERTIGHT JOINTS.
Mastic cords are put between the sheet metal joints
on both the inside and the outside so as to ensure a
watertight seal.
5. PVC ANTI-CHIPPING COMPOUND.
Protection ofthose parts ofthe body which are
subject to attack by loose stones.
6. PRIMER.
The undercoat includes oxydisation-inhibiting
pigments (zinc chromates) which improve

anti-corrosion protection. Anti-chipping qualities are


also included.
7.NAD (non-aqueous dispersion) ACRYLIC
LACQUER.
Thermosetting by baking at above I50C. High
covering power.
8. CLEAR VARNISH (On metallic and black paint
only).
Increased brilliance and better protection ofthe
pigmentation ofthe colour coat against corrosive
elements in the atmosphere.

9. PRESSURE INJECTION OF WPV< INTO BOX


SECTIONS.
Protection of internal wall surfaces, preventing water
from penetrating between panels.
10. BITUMEN WPV<.
Bitumen compounds applied to the underside ofthe
body to avoid corros!on ofthe interior of box
sections by the penetration of water and the affects
of humidity.

SPECIFICATIONS

EQUIPMENT
ESTATE
GR

GL
ENGINE
Cubic capacity
Number of cylinders
Bore/stroke (mm)
Maximum Power DIN
Maximum Torque DIN lb ft
Carburettor
Compression Ratio
Choke: Manual
Automatic
Diagnostic Plug

TRANSMISSION
Gearbox: Manual 4-speed
5-speed
STEERING
Power assisted
Turning Circle (between kerbs)
SUSPENSION
Front
Rear

BRAKES
Front: Disc
Rear: Drum
Servo Assistance

1971cc

1971cc

88x81
82 bhpat
5000rpm
116at
2500rpm
Single choke

88x81
96bhpat
5200rpm
119at
3000rpm
Double
choke
8.8:1

8.8:1

36ft5ins

2498cc
Four
94x90
76bhpat
4500rpm
111 at
2000rpm
Diesel
Injection
23:1

1971cc

2498cc

88x81
96bhpat
5200rpm
119at
3000rpm
Double
choke
8.8:1

94x90
76bhpat
4500rpm
111 at
2000rpm
Diesel
Injection
23:1

Rack and pinion

36ft9ins

36ft9ins

36ft9ins

Independent coil spring with anti-roll bar and double acting telescopic shock
absorbers
Coil springs
Coil springs with anti-roll bar and double-acting telescopic shock
with telescopic absorbers.
double acting
shock absorbers

DIMENSIONS
Overall length
Overall width
Wheelbase
Interior width (at elbows) : front
2nd row seat
3rd seat
Load floor length: seats up
seats folded
Load floor width
Load compartment height
Load floor area (sq. ft.): seats up
seats down
Load compartment: (cu. ft.) seats up
seats folded

Dual circuit

192.9"
68.1 "
114.2"
56."
55.5"
52.0"
54.3"
91.3"

28.3"
81.1"
45.3"
34.3"

18.1
32.6
39.2
78.4

WEIGHTS lbs
Kerb weight
Max. laden weight
Max._towing weight (braked trailer)

2800
4355
3308

9.9
28.5
21.7
67.9
3054
4564
3308

CAPACITIES
Fuel tank

2889
4421
3308

3120
4631
3308

12.5 gallons

TYRES
FUEL ECONOMY m.p.g. (l/100km)
At56mph
At75mph
Urban cycle

GRD

36ft9ins

FAMILY
PETROL
DIESEL

185 SR 14 radial
38.7 (7.3)
29.4(9.6)
25.0 (11.3)

38.2 (7.4)
28.5(9.9)
24.8 (11.4)

44.1 (6.4)
31.4 (9.0)
30.4(9.3)

~
29.4(9.6)
24.8 (11..4)

44.1 (6.4)
31.4 (9.0)
30.4(9.3)

These figures are the result s of appro ved tests as recorded by the Department of Energy in official fuel economy certificates. *Diesel consum ption in accordance
with French government t est procedures.

GL
FASCIA/INSTRUMENT PANEL
Indicator warning light
Water temperature gauge
Fuel gauge
Trip meter
Econoscope- petrol models
Coolant level warning light
Oil pressure warning light
Breakdown/stop warning light (water/oil/battery/brakes)
Battery charge warning light
Handbrake warning light
Brake fluid level warning light
Brake pad wear warning light
Digital clock
Interior headlight adjustment
Panel light rheostat
DRIVING AIDS/SAFETY FEATURES
Laminated windscreen
Tinted glass
2-Speed wipers/electric wash
Intermittent wipe
Halogen headlamps
Reversing lights
Rear fog lights
Heate<;i rear screen
Tailgate wash/wipe
Static door mirrors
Remote control door mirrors
Dipping interior rear view mirror
Inertia front seat belts
. Childproof rear door locks
GENERAL EQUIPMENT
Illuminated ignition keyho le
Push button radio
Radio/cassette player
Heater with four speed fan
Rear compartment heating
Reclining front seats
Front seat headrestraints
Cloth seat trim
Tweed seat t rim
Rubber floor mat
Floor carpet
Centre console
Cigar lighter
Ashtrays front and rear
Four armrests
Hockey stick armrests
Front door bins
Lockable glove box
Vanity mirror
Courtesy light- front
Courtesy light- rear
Seat back m ap pockets
Folding bench seat
Split folding bench seat
Folding third row seat

ESTATE
GR

GRD

FAMILY
PETROL
DIESEL

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Please Note: Every endeavour has been made 10 ensure that the infonna
tion contained in this brochure was accurate at the time ofgoing 10 pr11.1.
Peugeot Talbot however, reserve the right. while preserving the es.H1111al
characteristics ofthe models described and il/11strated in this brochtm'. to
i111rod11ce at any time modifications. changes of detail. equipme111 '"
acce~sories as may be considered necessary. Thebroclt11re will be11pda11tl
from time to time bl// in order to avoid any mis11nders1a11di11g, any pe1.w111
interested in purchasing a vehicle sho11ld e11q11irr of an awltonw1I
Pe11geo1 dealer as 10 whether there have been any m aterial al1em1/o11.1
since tlte date of the issue of this broch11re.
October 19112.

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THE UNMISTAKABLE LOOK OF THE TRUE


THOROUGHBRED
Pininfarina gave the Peugeot 505 its classic styling. In an age
where sheer clinical efficiency does so much to dictate shape, the
505 achieves a perfect balance between function and aesthetics.
Its flowing lines endow it with speed but extreme economy with sleek looks but supreme spaciousness - with performance
but ultra-quiet comfort.
The Peugeot 505 range offers a choice ofseven models within
three different and very clearly defined trim lines. The GR is

available with both petrol and diesel engines and the SR is also
offered with a turbo-charged diesel. A three-speed automatic
gearbox is offered at extra cost on SR and ST/ models.
The 505 handles like a sports car, rides like a limousine, easily
accommodates five full-size adults and provides over 18 cu. ft. of
luggage space in a very practical shaped boot.
Its pedigree is unimpeachable.

THE STYLISH WAY TO TRAVEL


For journeys ofany length the 505 is motoring at its delightful
best. Inside there is an atmosphere oflush tranquillity, 1nasking
reserves of power and responsiveness.
The 505 interior is easy on the eyes, too. The hard wearing yet
comfortable upholstery, thick pile carpeting, doors, roof
and fascia !rim all combine in one harmonious scheme.
There are headrestraints for the driver and front passenger.
The centre console houses the push button radio or radio stereo
cassette, depending on model. There are door bins in the front as
well as elasticated pockets in 1he back ofthe fronl seats. There.is

room 10 spare - room to stretch 1he legs in the front or rear seats,

and elbow room as well.


For the driver the Peugeot-designed power assisted steering
provides effortless control and yet maintains that essential feeling
ofdirect contaCI with the road. The manual gearboxes are as slick
as you'll find, and the servo-assisted brakes bring the pace down
just as smoothly as a touch ofthe accelerator takes you up to your
cruising speed. For night driving the powerful halogen
headlamps are adjustable by a fascia control.

For driver and passengers the environment is one of


unostentatious luxury. Generous soundproofing and carefully
engineered insulation have reduced all engine noise and other
vibrations to an absolute minimum. All round independent
suspension - of Peugeot's renowned own design - irons out
road irregularities and the seats themselves would be a credit to
many a graceful drawing room. Specially contoured, they offer
firm back support bul relaxed posture for comfortable travel.
In the 505, to travel is to enjoy life.

505 GR/GRD

NOTE
Black Paint is available as an option on the GR / GR D
models.

The 505 GR saloon has a 95 bhp petrol engine of J Y / I cc,


coupled with a 4-speed manual gearbox. The 2498 cc diesel
engine in the GRD develops 75 bhp and has 5-speed
transmission, returning up to 47 mpg at a constant 56 mph.
Standard equipment on the GR/GRD includes a laminated
windscreen, inertia reel safety belts and headrestraints for the
front seats, cloth upholstery, a digital clock, lockable glovebox
with lamp, and a fully folding centre armrest for the rear seat. The
instrument panel on the petrol engined GR incorporates an

econoscope - a vu1u ble aid to the thoughtful driver. A constant


light display indicates when fuel is being used most efficiently.
Both petrol and diesel engined models have a low fuel level
warning light - particularly useful on the diesel -and a panel light
rheostat. A typical Peugeot touch is the lamp for the ignition
keyhole.
In-car entertainment on the GR/GRD is a push-buuon radio
with twin speakers.

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505 SR
The SR version of the Peugeot 505 conveys an
instant impression ofadded refinement, with the choice
of a 5-speed manual or 3-speed automatic
transmission to accompany the 1971cc95 bhp engine.
Th e advanced specification introduces tinted glass all
round, plus an electric sunroof; electric front windows,
and central locking ofall four doors and the fuel filler
flap.

The interior is strikingly fitted with I 00% tweed upholstery,


and instrumentation includes an electronic rev. counter. A stereo
cassette player unit complements the radio.
Exterior bodyside mouldings and new style full wheel covers
are standard, and metallic or black paint finish is an optional
extra.

505 STI
The Peugeot 505 ST/ combines luxury with performanceplus. With its fuel-injection I 08 bhp all-alloy engine of 1995 cc,
electronic ignition and the standard 5-speed manual gearbox,
this large, executive saloon can reach 62 mph from a standing
start in around I 0.8 seconds.
To m atch its increased performance the ST/ is equipped with a
limited-slip differential for improved traction and greater safety
in wet or other treacherous conditions.

Fi ve alloy wheels are standard, fitted with low-profile TRX


tyres, and braking is by an all-disc system.
Luxury features additional on the ST/ include velour
upholstery, a stereo radio/stereo cassette unit and metallic or
black paint - all part of the standard specification.
So well equipped is the Peugeot 505 ST! that the only option is
3-speed automatic transmission.

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505 SRD TURBO


The Peugeot 505 SRD Turbo brings a completely new
dimension to diesel power in luxury saloon cars. No concessions
to noise, vibration or lack-lustre performance, but a smooth and
silent surge of power, still with all the economy to be expected
from a diesel with a 5-speed gearbox. The turbo charger, driven
at I 00,000 rpm by the exhaust gases, boosts the 2304 cc engine to
79 bhp, but more important generates a maximum torque of 136
lb ft at 2000 rprn. The result is 62 mph from a standing start in
around 16.8 seconds, the kind of acceleration that many petrol
driven large cars would be hard pressed to match. And al! the

time the ability to return more than 47 mpg at a constant 56 mph.


The specification includes the power-assisted steering, a
limited-slip differential to put the turbo power down on the
ground when it's most needed, an electric sunroof, electric front
windows, tinted glass, central door and fuel filler flap locking,
ultra smart tweed trim and a radio/stereo cassette unit with twin
speakers.
As on the petrol-engined SR saloon, bodyside mouldings and
full wheel covers are standard and metallic or black paint finish is
an optional extra on the new Peugeot SRD Turbo.

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. rised ignitiortd
. ith transi.sto5250 rpm an
unit
w N bhP @
camshafts I 08 DI
4000 rpm wer and
produ~e ft. torqu~ @fin.creased PJ with the
12
~~e.comJ~~twe~tiort i~o~~~P speed in.
torque art earboX results
.
uallY
5-speedog l 00 rn.P~ rt irt the sTI ~s~iri1 56
excess J nsumpllO
g at a co
fuel co 10 3 5.3 mp
odels
d SRD turbo "".1nes
good al up
h
GRD art
d" el erigt
mpB~th the d by peugeot l~er distinct
were
. stances on gin.eel
are .Ph0 in. rn.artY in. heir petrol en. pLex and
com
whic
0 ver I
1ess
van.iages
TheY
are.
l
They are d
parts.
Ltab e.
res an
ad
courttherrefore more.;~ higher press~ durable
are I e
cope wt
uch mor Their
tronger,
to
TheY
are
rn.ooo
miles.
S
atures.
250,
;,, I
rem.per rt rurt up to r is their bse models is
an:i~aasset.' how~~ch 'on the J RD andSRD
~on.sumptto~a~le. Both ih:o 41. 9 mp& at a
quite remadeLs return. up
2498 cc
turbo mo 56 mph.
red by the h at
constartt05 GRD is po~e 75 DIN b ~ooO
The 5 . e producingft torque at
diesel eng1rtand 111 lb.
iiseS
4500 rpm
d sR D model. utt 79
rn.
h rge
ducirtg
rp The turbo de. asel engine p6rolb ft. torque
04 cc ie
d 13

the 23 4150 rpm art


~~;Jo rpm

T~e

GER
~JlOW THE rvRBocHAR
. d ivert

sMJSSJON . available wit:


505 r;_;g:ed
either 4 or tomatic ogt~ofitted with the
d au.
GI' is . d
3-spee odel. The d 4-spee
on. the Y!1 d and testeb 0 x which
well tne
hromesh gear
fully jusllfied gth art d
sync . Hy has J"'. for siren
historic~'s repu.tanon
boX
peugeo
esh gear
business. d synchrO~ d models
ro The 5-spe~ diesel ertgSR artd sTI
to bot ol engine_d ity an.d is
fi ttedthe
petr
pex1b1 I
art d .
greater
irte
provides d
boX to eng
more. rehfirt~dtch of ge:rble fuel
It is t e s rern.ar a d at a
that prodd~en figures ~;47.9 mp& cc;i
consum~ 56 mph, up GRD and SR
con.start d on tlie
.
arboX is
achieve
.
be bO yn.odels.d utomatlC ged 5TI
turThe 3-spee a 505 SR art
tlie
t ofers
.
available ort although I hditiorts it.is
dels an.d ll traffic co. heavy city
~dvanwgef l~~predated in
particu.lar y
traffic.

by

woRKS: . wheel IS r 0 ooo rpm


The turbine at up to I 0 mpressor
haust gases, d ives the co rig air.
jhis, irt turn.~es~es 1he in~~;~.7 Lb/sq.
which comPressure reac e artia!IY
When 1he P st gases ar Pregulator
ins. the exha~e waste gat~ne wheel.
diverted by hing the turb yield less I
e reac . gases
. whee
be1or he resulting f the turbine h
Since t the speed ~ limiting t e
energY~l . eel there1ore
. tabl IS .
IS s
harg1rig.
~u.perc

TEERING
ASSISTED s. 0 wer
poWER 5 . fi1ted with p rt whert
is.
that eve .
T he d50teenn.g
so.
ffort is
assistlo~ded, steer~rt~ degree of
fuUY. l with a hig h is
minima rabilitY w~ic d in. heavy
rn.anoeuv l appreciate hert
Yd.tion.s an.d w
Particular
c
cort
.t
tra fji
parkirt&

ge~rb:d~g;r:iding

0sTIC SO~f(~!stic soc~el


p JAGN
1ias a d1ag en.I which
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The 5 . e compartm o speedy
in. the.engi; sign.i.fican.tl~~ of engine
contri~ute rid adJustme vealer,
checking aour peugeot the engine
rune by y elem.en.ts off.1;denCY
detecting . g at f!All e r
no t worktrt

ACTI VE AND PASSI VE SAFETY

ACTIVE SAFETY

Safety, both active and passive, is a key requirement in the


original design of all Peugeot models.

A ctive safety is best described as those elements in the vehicle


design which help you avoid being involved in an accident,
whereas passive safety is the protection you enjoy within the
driving compartment.
The 505 range benefits from independent front suspension
with coil springs and double acting telescopic hydraulic shock
absorbers with an anti-roll bar. Coil springs and telescopic
shock absorbers are also used on the rear. The suspension has
been finely tuned to guarantee excellent roadholding.
The braking system is equally sophisticated for maximum

PASSIVE SAFETY

stopping power. It is a servo-assisted split circuit system with


discs on the front and drums on the rear on all models except
the ST/ which has rear disc brakes. A rear brake compensator
valve on all models ensures automatic adjustment ofpressure
applied to rear brakes, thus preventing premature wheel
locking. There is even a warning light on the fascia which fights
up to indicate low brake fluid level or brake pad wear, as well
as a separate handbrake warning light.
These engineering features contribute to your safety.

Passive safety is that which minimises the consequences of


an accident in which you may be involved. On the 505 range
the front and rear ends ofthe body shell are designed to absorb
impact through progressive deformation of the structure, with
maximum protection of the passenger compartment.
Another aspect is the two spoke safety steering wheel which
is mounted on a collapsible energy-absorbing steering column.
Finally, interior appointments are designed in such a way as
to eradicate all sharp edges on the fascia panel.
Safety is a key feature.
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Draining

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STEEL PANELS: All body parts are thoroughly degreased to
remove oil deposited during the press operation and to ensure full
adhesion of the protective finishes.
Corrosion resistant zinc or galvanised'plated panels are used in vulneraf?le
areas or areas that would be difficult to protect after assembly.

PHOSPHATING: This gives 3 CATAPHORETICBATH:


2 protection
against impacts and
This deposits a corrosion-

flaking; it also improves the


adhesion of the resin film in tlte
cathodic bath. Some box sections
are cleaned and phosphated before
the body shell is assembled.

prooflng epoxy jllm 15 to 20


microns thick on the whole body
shelf. Box sections are pierced
to assure the protection of
internal surfaces.

JOINT S EALING: Sealing


4 between
adjacent panels is

assured by mastic sealing strips on


the inside and outside.

CRA CKL E FINISH


5 ANTI-CHIPPING

COMPOUND (PVC): Oven


baked, this ensures protection to
the parts of the body that are
subject to abrasion from road
chippings and stones (the coat is
I to 2 mm thick .
r

PRIMER: The paint undercoat


includes rust-inhibiting pigments
(zinc chromate) to further improve the
anti-corrosion protection. This
special, flexible primer also has
anti-chipping properties.

The results ofextensive research and tests carried out by our


Study Departments over many y ears have been incorporated in
the numerous sophisticated and advanced techniques, special
materials and asse1nbly procedures employed in the
manufacturing of our vehicles.
Som e of the m easures at present incorporated in the
manufacturing of our vehicles are as follo ws:

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*
*

IPEUGEOT 6YEAR ANTI-CORROSION WARRANTY I


All Peugeot passenger vehicles benefit from the Peugeot
six year anti-corrosion Warranty.

WAX: Pressure
injected into the box
sections, wax protects these
inner surfaces and prevents
water ingress between the
panels.

ACRYLIC
LACQUER: Th is
thermosetting paint is baked
at I 30C, the fast
evaporation of the solvents
giving a coat with high
protective quality.

Corrosion resistant zinc or galvanised plated panels used in


vulnerable areas.
Weldable primer is used in all joints below the waistline of
the vehicle.
The application of the initial primer coat is by total
immersion in a CA THODJC type Electrophoresis bath.
The advantages of primer application for Electrophoresis
are

both internal and external surfaces can be


treated efficiently;
the film of primer is uniform in thickness;

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*

good adhesion of the coat of primer;


high level of anti-corrosion protection.
Crackle finish anti-chipping compound is applied to wheel
arches and underbody areas. The PVC based product is
sprayed at high pressure onto the elem ents and sections to be
protected and stoved at 160C to attain the crackle type finish
that p rovides tlte in-1portant anti-chipping protection,
particularly for wheel arches and door sills.
The whole of the underbody area, including m echanical
components, is sprnyed with a thick bitumen wax
compound.
The hollow box sec1io11s in the body shell, panels and
crossmembers, p ar1icularly on /h e underbody, are pro /ected
by 1he injec1ion of a bitumen wax compound.

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THICK WAX AND


BITUMEN COMPOUND:
This is sprayed on to the underside
of the body - including the wheel
arches and suspension.

All 1hese m easures provide added proof- if indeed it was


necessary to demonstrate thal Peugeot vehicles are efficien1ly
p ro1ec1ed against the natural phenom enon of corrosion, and
thereby m ake the purchase of a Peugeot a good investment.
Th e warranty, which is against perforation ofthe bodywork as
a result of corrosion, is transfe rable to second or subsequent
owners and is granted in respect of vehicles registered and
primarily used in Great Britain, Germany, Austria, Belgium,
Denmark, Eire, Federal Germany, Finland, Greece,
Metropolitan France, Holland, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway,
Sweden and Switzer/and.

SPECIF/ CATIONS

505
GR

505
GRD

505
SR

505 SRD
Turbo

505
ST/

ENGINE
Cubic capacity

197 lcc

2498cc

197 l cc

2304cc

1995cc

Number of cy/itrders
Overhead camshaft

SPECIFICATIONS

- Handbrake

Low oil pressure

94 x 90

88 x 81

94 x 83

88 x 82

Bauery charge

Maxiln111n fJOver

95 DIN blrp
@5200 rpm

75 DIN blip
@ 4500 rpm

95 DIN blrp
@ 5200rpm

79 DIN blip
@ 4150rpm

108 DIN blip


@5250 rpm

Water 1emper111ure

Pre-lremer (diesel)

Maximum

119 lb ft DIN
@ 3000rpm

111 lbft DIN


@2000 rpm

119 lb ft DIN
@3000rpm

136 lb ft DIN
@ 2000rpm

126 lb ft DIN
@ 4000rpm

Brake pad wellr

Breakdown/stop (w11ter/oi/Jbrakes)

Twin choke

Diesel injection

Twin choke

Tiirbo charged Diesel

Petrol injection

Low fuel le11e/

Compr<'ssion ratio

8.8:1

23:1

8.8:1

21:1

9.2:1

Cl1oke: Automatic

Pre-heater

Transistorised ignition

Diagnostic plug

Cold start device

TRANSMISSION

5-speed synchromesh
Awomatic 3-speed

Single dry plate c/111ch


Umited slip differemial

STEERING

Rack and pinion

Power assisted
Turning circle (belll'een kerbs)

35ft 7ins ( I0.8m)

Panel light rlreosuu

GENERAL EQUIPMENT

Rear

Timed glass and /aminatetl windscreen


2-spud wipers/electric "'ash

Reversing lights
Rear fog liglus

Dip1>i11g rear vie'v 111irro r

lndepende111 coil springs wilt anti-roll bar and double acting hydraulic shock absorbers.

llleni11 front se111 belts


Childproof retir tloor locks

Split circuit with load compensato r valve

From: Disc
Rear: Drum
Disc

Servo assistance

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
500W/32 A

500WJ32 A

I 2V/45 Ah

I 2VJ60 Air

Body side mouldings


Bright grille finish
Rear number plate trim
Full wheel covers

500W/32 A

500WJ32 A

I 2V/45 Ah

I 2V/60 Ah

750W/45 A

Cemral door locking (includes f11el filler flap)

I 2V/45 Ah

Electric from wimlow1


Reclining fro11t

180.3" (4.57m)

1<'1J11
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C/01/r seat trim

Wlreelbllse

108.0" (2.74m)

Tiveed sc a1 tri111

NUMBER OF SEATS

Velour sem trim

Five

Cemre consolt
2667
( 1210)

2877
( 1305)

3880
(1760)

4078
(1850)

2866
(1300)

2866
(1300)

2723
( 1235)

2987
( 1355)

3880
( 1760)

2745
(1245)

2866
(1300)

3880
( 1760)

2866
(1300)

2866
(1300)

From t111d rear p11ssenger grab handles


From door pockets
Seat buck m11p pocke1.1
Lockable 1/Jum1111111!d g/mebox

FUEL TANK CAPACITY

I 2.3 gallons (56 litres)

BOOT CA PACITY

Passe11ger ''"'"'~ 1111rror

18.5 cu. ft. (523dm')


175x82SRl4

175x82SRJ4

175 x 82 SR 14

From and "'"' rnurte>y lights


175x82SRJ4

180/65 HR 390 TR X

Rear ce11tr<"

111n1rt\t

BoOI lamp

FUEL CONSUMPTION
mpg (L/ 100 km)

Boot mat
GR

*G RD

SR Mm111al

SR Automatic

s RD Turbo

ST/ Manual

ST/ A u1om111ic

Co11.wa111 Spl'Cd drivi11g 56 mph (90 kph)

40.4 (7.0)

4 7.9 (5.9)

42.2 (6.7)

36.7 (7.7)

47.9 (5.9)

38.2 (7.4)

35.3 (8.0)

Radio/stereo ca.r.wm

Cons1a111 spud driving 75 mph ( I 20 kph)

31.0 (9. J)

34.4 (8.2)

32.5 (8.7)

27.J (10.4)

34.9 (8. J)

30.4 (9.3)

26.6 (10.6)

Stereo radio/stereo

23.2 (12.2)

llluminated ignition

Simulated urban driving

25.0 (9.3)

32.5 (8.7)

25.0 (11.3)

25.9 (10.9)

These figures t1re the results of approved tests as recorded by th<' Department of Energy in official fuel eco11om y certificates.
Diesel co11sumptio11 in accordance with French govemme111 test procedures.

32.J (8.8)

2 1.6 (13.1)

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Me111llic or black

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From mu/ rear door armrests

4100
(1860)

Floor carpet

WEIGHT

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Front se111 heat/ rc \lr1u111s

67.7" (J.72m)

TYRES

Alloy wileel.r

Overtill width

Max. towing weight (braked trailer)

Hub caps

4-speed heater l>/owc1

Overall length

Max. /at/I'll weight

Electric sunroof

DIMENSIONS

lbs (kgs)
Kerb weight

lnter111i11e111 'vipe

llldependenr coil spring~ with a111i-roll bar and double-acti11g hydraulic shock absorbers.

BRAKES

Laminated windscreen

Remme control door mirror

From

Heated retir window

SUSPENSION

Bauery

Rev. coumer

Halogen headlamps

505
ST/

Trip mileage rewrtler

Econoscope

505 SRD
Turbo

Fuel gauge

lmerior lre11t//(lt11p 1uljus1me111

Getirbox: Manual 4speed syncliromesh

3-plrase altemfllor

Digital dock
Water temperature gouge

505
SR

- Low brake fluid level

88 x 8 1

Carburellor

505
GRD

FASCIA EQUIPMENT
Warning Lights

Bore/Stroke (mm)

IOrt/UI!

505
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Dieser Katalog enthiilt lnformationen, die nicht unbedingt dern neuesten


serienmiifJigen li~f'erumfang entsprechen, da der Stand zum Zeitpunkt
der Drucklegung beriicksichtigt isr. So konnen ouch Zusa1za11sriistu11ge11 at{fgenommen sein, die nur gegen A iifpreis erhiiltlich sind.
MajJ-, Geivichts- 1111d leisrungsdaten sind als anniihernd zu betrachten
und gelten flir serienmiijJig ausges1a11e1e Fallrzeuge. Aiulerungen in
Ko11struk1io11, A11ss1a11u11g und Zubehorbleiben olme vorllerige Ankundig1111g vorbeha/ten. Bille i11formiere11 Sie sich bei lhrem PEUGEOTTALBOT-Verrragshiindler.
Den Kraftsto.ff-Verbrauchsangaben* /iegt die DIN-Norm 70030, Tei/ I
zugr1111de.
Je nach Fahnveise 1111d Ort lichen Gegebenheiten isl eine Abweich1111g VOii
den nach der DIN-Norm ermi11e/1en Priifiverten moglich.
PEUGEOT TA LBOT DEUTSCHLAND G1\1BH
Postfach 537 6600 Saarbriicken

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llPEU CiEOT505

PEUGE(Jf 505. Das souveriine Fahren.


Welche Kriterien Sie ouch bei einem Autotnobil h< 11liJ.:<'f' /til
aufstellen und welche Bedeutung Sie ihne11 bei111esst11, ti<'f'
PEUGEOT 505 wartet aufal/en Gebiete11111i1 /1( 1vonaJ.:<'1ult 11
Leistungen auf Die Automobil-Fachpresse wiird/J.:I i111111< r
wieder sowohl seine Zuverliissigkeit und /,eisl1111>:sA011.\'lo11: ,
als auch seine sportliche und wirtschafllidlt' A'o1111u>11<11ft'.
Zusammen mil seiner eigenstiindigen l .i11lc11/iil111111J.: 11111/
seinem individuellen Charakter vennlttelt dtr )05 "''"'
besondere Art der Fortbewegung: das J.:t 1fass< 1ll< 1 Fohrt11.
1

1-iirifPersonen und Gepiick reise111111t /11111 r11/11g, leise, schnel/,


siche1; wirtschaftlich. Mit ei11e111 ~Vort : ,\'ottv<riin.

505

PEUGEar 505. Kondition fiir lange Strecken.


Die Art, wie der 505 a/le langen Strecken - nicht nur Autobahnen, auch LandstrajJen - hinter sich lii]Jt, zeigt sich daran,
dajJ Sie stets in bester Ve1fassung am Ziel ankon1men.
Ein ausgewogenes Fahrwerk mil vier einzeln aufgehdngten
Riidern an technisch aufwendig ausgelegten Lenken1, ein
/anger Radstand und ein se1vo-unterstiitztes ZweikreisBremssystem mit Bremskraftregler bi/den die Basis des
sicheren Fahrens. Und Abro/1-, Wind- und Motorgeriiusche
dringen nur noch schwach in den lnnenraum. Denn sie wurden

schon im Windkanal bekampft und durch eine Reihe


konstruktiver Maj3nah1f!en wirksam gediimpfi. So verhindern
sog. Silent-8/ocke die Ubertragung von Vibration und Liirm
von der Radaujhiingung zur Karosserie. Fazit: Im 505 horen
S.te entweder lhrem Beifahrer zu oder dem Rundfunk.
Ubrigens :far den Einbau von Radio und Lautsprechern ist
al/es schon vorbereitet.

lnnerhalb der 505-Mode/lreihe konnen Sie unter 6 Versionen


wii/1/en.
BENZINTRIEB WERK
505 Gl:
1796 ccm, 60 kW (82 DIN PS) Vergaser
505GRISR: 197/ccm, 71kW(96DINPS) Ve1gaser
505 ST!:
2165 ccn1, 85 kW (115 DIN PS) Einspritzung

DIESEL-AGGREGATE:
2498 ccm, 55 kW (75 DIN PS) Einspritzung
505 GLD:
505 SRD turbo: 2304 ccm, 59 kW(80 DIN PS) Ei11spritzung/
Turbokompressor
Je 11ac/1 Version stehen Ihnen 4- oder 5-Gang-Getriebe oder
Ai11omatik-Getriebe auf Wunsch zur Ve~fiigu11g.

PEUGEar 505. Souveriinitiit auch innen.


Im mer schon warder Ausstattungs- und Sitzkomfort in einem
PEUGEOT auj3e1gewohnlich.
Im 505 sitzen Sie auj Vollschaumsitzen. Dieser praktisch
unverschleij3bare Grundstojf hat die Eigenschaft, sich an der
Obe1jliiche bei Korp erkontakt sanft anzupassen, doch dann im
Ganzen strajfen Halt zu geben. Zudem besitzt das porenreiche
Material in Verbindung mit den grobtextilen Beziigen optimale

Luftzirkulationseigenschaftfn und hohe Atmungsaktivita/.


So behaglich Sie sitzen, so angenehm laj]t sich auch die
/nnentemperatur einste/len. Die Frischlujiziifuhr konnen Sie
unabhiingig van der Heizluji regeln und je nach Wunsch in
den Inn enraum verteilen. Ein leistungsfahiges 4-StufenGeblase hi(ft Ihnen, den /nnenrau1n rasch zu beliiften um z. 8.
im Winier schnell zufrostfreien Scheiben zu kommen.

Die groj]dimensionierte Zwangsentliiftung tragt wesentlich zur


kontro/lierten Zirkula1ion und zum schne/len Li1ftaustausch
bei. Fiir ,,open-air:fans" bieten die Mode/le 505 SR, ST/ und
SRD turbo serienmii}Jig, die Mode/le 505 Cl, GLD und GR
als Sonderausstattung, ein elektrisch betaligtes
Stahlschiebedach.
Das Komfort-Angebot im PEUGEOT505 wird e1ganz1 durch
Einzelruhesitze vorn, Teppichboden, Gri./farmlehnen,
Ablagefiicher in den vorderen Tiiren, geraumiges,

abschliej]bares Handschuhja ch (ab 505 GR n1il Beleuchtung),


Fuj]stiitzefar den Fahrer und seif.lich schwenkbare Sonnenblenden, links mil Kartentasche und rechts mil
Make-up-Spiegel.

PEUGEaf 505 CL/GLD.


Dieses Auto macht Ihnen den Einstieg in diese Klasse leicht,
denn zum attraktiven Preis bietet dieses Auto die reichhaltige,
model/spezifische Ausstattung des 505.
Der 505 GL ist ein Musterbeispiel an Wirtschafilichkeit. Sein
4-Zylinder Triebwerk mit 1796 ccm leistet 60 kW(82 DIN PS)
bei 5500 1/min. Sein Verbrauch ist denkbar gering, seine
leistungsbereitschaft und Zuverlassigkeit dagegen sind
enorm.

fm 505 GLD arbeitet ein ebenso kultiviertes und


fortschrittliches Diesel-Aggregat : 2498 ccm, 55 kW
(75 DIN PS) mit dem materialschonenden 5-Gang-Getriebe
serienma}Jig.
So geschmackvoll nun der l nn.enraum mitfarblich
harmonisierenden Seiten- und Dachverkleidungen ausgestaltet
ist, so komp/ett prasentiert sich die Ausstattung des
505 GLIGLD. Ein besonders wichtiges und bequemes Extra:
Scheinwe1fer-Hohenverstellung vom Fahrersitz aus. Sie drehen
einfach,je nach Zuladung, die Reichweite der Scheinweif'er vor
oder zuriick, um erstens immer richtig zu sehen und zweitens
niemanden zu blenden. Zu fhrer eigenen Sicherheit.

PEUGEaf 505 GR.


Unter der Haube dieses PEUGEOT-Lowen schli:igt ein
krajivolles He1z : das klassische 2-1-Triebwerk, dessen
Laujku/u11; Zuverli:issigkeit und Lebensdauer rund um den
Globus geschatzt werden. Mit 1971 ccm, 71 kW (96 DIN PS)
und 4-Gang-Getriebe isl es das Musterbeispielfiir
Ausgewogenheit, Elastizitat und sparsamen Kraflstoffverbrauch.
Doch bevor Sie starten, schauen Sie sich noch ein wenig um.
Sie habenfreie Sicht nach vorne und hinten: der Au}Jenspiegel
isl von i1111e11 bequem eins1ellba1; der 11111e11spiegel
abblendbc11:

Die Anna1ure11 sind ubersic/11/ich p/aziert und au/ einen Blick


ablesbar. Die Bedienungselemente /iegen bequem in
Reichweite. Mit ihnen bedienen Sie z. B.: die e/ektrische
2 Stufen-Scheiben-Wisch-Waschanlage mil lnte1vallscha//ung,
dos 4stujige Heizgeb/ase, die Scheinwe1fer und das 2-TonHorn.
Wicl11ige Kontrolleuchten me/den /h11 enjede1zeit, wie sich /hr
505 ju hit: ob die Handbre1nse gezogen ist,_pb Bremsjlussigkeit
feh/1, ob Bremsbelage abgenutzt sind, ob Oldruck und
Wassen emperatur stimmen, ob die Ba11erie geladen wird.
Und natiirlich: das Econoscope, das Ihnen die jeweils
wir1schafllichs1e Fahnveise aufzeig1.

PEUGEaT 505 SR.


Besonders anspruchsvolle Automobilisten werden an dem 505
mil S-Ausstatlung Gefal/en.finden.
Diese Komfort-Ausstattung demonstriert in ihrer lechnischen
Konzeption, in der Qualitar der Ausfiihrung und im
niveauvol/en Sli! ganz besonders deut/ich, was wir unter dem
Begriff,,lndividualital contra Durchschnitt'' verstehen.
Die S-A usstartung erkennen Sie au/ den ersten Blick an der
eleganten Tweed-Polsterung der hochwertigen Vollschaumsitze. Sie ,,spuren" sie an der leichtgangigen Se1vo-Lenkung,

die Ihnen insbesondere das Parken und Rangieren erleichlert.


Weiler gehoren zur S-Ausslalfung: Rammschutzleisten seitlich,
getonte Scheiben, e/eklrische Fensterheber vorne, elektrisches
Srah!schiebedach, Drehzahlmesse1; elektrische Zenlralverriegelung al/er Tiiren und des Tankverschlusses.
Unter der Hau be leistet das 197J ccm Triebwerk mil 7I kW
(96 DIN PS) zuverlassig seinen Dienst. Das 5-Gang-Getriebe
ist serienmaj3ig.

PEUGE& 505 STL


lmSpitzenmode/I der 5er-Klasse von PEUGEOT stehr Ihnen
ein Einspritz-Triebwerk zur Vetfiigung, dessen Laujkultu1;
Sparsamkeit und Zuverliissigkeit auch im strapaziosen
Dauereinsatz bestechen.
Doch wesentlich isl far uns die Ausgewogenheit zwischen
TriebwerkgroJJe, leistung und Krajistojfverbrauch nach den
Kriterien hochstmoglicher Ejfizienz. Denn hohe leistung um
)eden Preis, ist uns - und sicher auch Ihnen - zu teue1: Und
umgekehrt, zu wenig Kraft zugunsten sparsamen Energieverbrauchs bedeutet Leistungsabstieg.
In diesem Kreis gegenseitiger Abhiingigkeiten e1weist sich das

S05 STI-Triebwerk a!s !eistungsstarke Syn these.


Der technische Steckbrief des 505 ST!: 4 Zylinder
leichtmeta/1-Triebwerk, 2165 ccm, 85 kW (115 DJN PS), Bosch
K-Jetronic-Benzineinspritzung, 5-Gang-Getriebe,
Beschleunigung von 0 au/ JOO km/h in 10,5 sec., Scheibenbremsen an allen 4 Radern, Bremskrajiverstiirke1; Bremskrajiregle1; und als Neuheit: ein teilsperrendes Differential, das
Ihnen bei schlechten Wilferungsbedingungen mehr Sicherheit
gibt (bessere Traktion der hinteren Antriebsriider).
Au/ Wunsch: Automarik-Gerriebe, Leichtmetall-Felgen mit
TRX-Re[fen 180165 HR 390, Echt-Lede1polsterung.

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PEUGEOT 505 SRD turbo.


Mit diesem Automobil.fahren Sie buchstiib!ich im Trend der
Zeit. Der Einsatz des Turbo-Kompressors vor al/em bei den
Diesel-Aggregaten hat sich auf Anhieb a!s richtig e1wiesen.
PEUGEOTgehorte zu den erst(fn Anbietern, die in einem
Serien-Fahrzeug die drei wichtigsten Faktoren tniteinander
verknupjlen : Diese!-Sparsamkeit, Turbo-Schubkraji und
drehzah!senkendes 5-Gang-Getriebe.
Als Basis client ein hochentwicke/ter Diesef-Moto1; der durch
Vibrationsarmut, Laufruhe und Sparsamkeit besticht. Aus

2304 ccm entwicke/t er 59 kW (80 DIN PS), die Ihnen in


Verbindung mit dem 5-Gang-Getriebe eine erstaun!iche
Besch!eunigung und Geschwindigkeit ermoglichen. So erreicht
er z. B. 100 km/h aus dem Stand in 16,8 sec. Zusiitzlich zur
S-Ausstattung bietet der 505 SRD turbo ein neuentwickeltes,
teilsperrendes Differential, das bei sch!echten Wetterbedingungen eine bessere Bodenhaflung der Antriebsriider
bewirkt.
Auf Wunsch: Automatik-Getriebe und Echt-Lede1po!sterung.

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FU KTIO RS
TURBOLA~ (/) Welle (2) . ckregler (4).

Turbinenra .. (3). La<iet1'u


Kompresso11 a

Ausgereifte Jechnik bis ins kleinste Detail


BENZIN- UND DIESEL-TRIEBWERKE.
Zuverlassigkeit, Leisrung, Lai!fiuhe und Sparsamkeir sind die
rradirionell herausrap,e11de11 Eigenschafren al/er PEUGEOT-Mororen.
Die Benzin- und Dieseltriebwerke der Baureihe PEUGEOT 505
zeichne11 sich durch /astizitiit. Durchzugskrafr, Zuver/assigkeir,
Lebensdauer u11d 11iederen Kra/isw.ffverbrauch aus.
SERVOLENKUNG
Die serie111nii./Jige Servo!e11ku11g in den Model/en 505 SR, 505 ST!
und 505 SRD rurbo erleichrerr i11sbesondere im Sradrverke/11: at{(

kurvenreichen Srrecken und beim Einparken das Manovrieren. Bei


Geradeausfahrren und bei l10hen Geschwindigkeiren wird die
Servout11e1:Hii1z1111g zugunsren des Srraj)enkonraktes auromarisch
reduziert.

AKT!VE UND PASSIVE S!CHERHEIT


In aufwendige11, umfasse11den Versuchsreihen wie z. B. Crash- und
Kollisions-Tesrs, exrremen Belasrungsproben von Fahrwerk und
Karosserie und in Compurer-Simularions-Tesr enrwickelr PEUGEOT
srandig neue Tech11ologien.liir noch mehr Sicherheit.
A KT/VE SICHERHEIT
Alie 505-Modelle habe11 ei11 aujivendig konstruierres
Sicherheitsfahrwerk mil langem Rae/stand. i11zelrada1.(fhangu11g mir
Kwvenstabilisaror 1111d doppe!r wirkenden hydraulischen
SroJJdampfer11 vor11 u11d hi11re11. McPherson-Federbeine vorn,
Schraubenfeder11 1111d gezoge11e Liingslenker hi111e11.
Die se1vo-u111ersriirz1e Bremsanlage ve1jiigr beim 505 ST! iiber
Scheibenbremsen an alien 4 Riidern, a/le anderen 505 Mode/le
haben Scheibe11bre111se11 vor11 und Trommelbremsen hi111e11 mil

auromarischer Nachs1el/u11g beim Verschlei/3 der Bremsbe/age.


Eine Warn/euchre am Annarurenbreff signa/isierr .feh!ende
Bremsfliissigkeil und Verschlei/3 der Bremsbelage.
PASSIVE SICHERHEIT
Fur den Schutz der lnsassen sorgen eine Vielzahl von konsrrukriven
Ma}Jnahmen. Compurer-berechnere Knaurschzonen vorn und hinlen
absorbieren die A i!fpral/energie nach elem Prinzip der progressiven
Vedonnung. Der Fahrgasrraum isl zusiirzlich durch mehrere Liingsund Querrraverse11 geschiirzt. Die Sicherheirslenksiiule isl
selbs1versra11dlich ve1formba1:
/1111e11raum und Armarurenbrefl sind nach srre11ge11 Sicherhei1srichrli11ie11 ges1a/1e1: elastisches Marerial, abgeru11de1e Ka111e11,
gepolsrerre A1{/jNall-Aache11 sind ke1111zeich11e11d./iir die vorbild!iche
Sicherheir des PEUGEOT 505.

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10-FACHER SCHUTZ
GEGEN KORROSI ON UND ROST

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BLECH: Bes1im1111e. Slark bea11spr11ch1e Tei/e der Karosserie


werden aus e/ek1rol'er::i11k1e111 Blech herges1el/1.

GRUND/ER UNG: Diese


Schicht e111hii/1 Pig111e111.
die oxyda1io11she111111e11d wirke11.
Sie sorgen./i"ir erhiil11e11 Korrosio11s1111d S1ei11schlagsch111:: 1111d 1erbesser11 die Hq/i11111-: der Lackschic/11.

PHOSPHATIERUNG: ZinkKATAPHORESE TAUCHBAD: Die Karosserie


1111d Ma11ga11phospha1ier1111g
tier gesa1111e11 Karosserie verbessen wird elek1roly1isch mil einem
die Ha./i1111g des Har:;/ilmes im
Epoxidfilm iiberzogen. Diese
Aa1aphorese-Ta11chbad.
F/iissigkeit hat dabei Zugang z11
jeder nur denkbaren Metal/fliiche.

FAR BLOSE LACKSCI llCHT (bei Merallackierung):


LACKIERUNG:
Vers1iirk1 den Gian:: 1111d erhoht den Schut:: der Farbschicht
Hocl11reniger ACJ:vl-Lacf..
11ird abso/111 g/eichmii/Jig <111/ge- gegen Wi11er1111gs- 1111d Waschsrraj3en-i11/liisse.
1rage11. mil /J(f' C ei11gebra11111
1111d 1riir111egehiirre1. A11/gr1111d
der sc/111el!e11 Verdamp/i111g der
Liis1111gs111i11el e1111rickd11 .1ich
lwhe Sch11r::eige11scha/ie11.

DICHTUNGEN: An Verbin dungen und Verscl11vei}3unge11 zwischen ei11zelne11 Blechen


wird Dic/1111ngsmasse aufge1rage11,
die das Eindringen von Feuch1igkei1
verhindert.

STEINSCHLAGSCHUTZ
(PVC): Mit ca. 140 ei11gebra11111e PVC-Schicht schiitzt
Karosserieteile. die Steinsch/ag
ausgese1z1 sind (vor al/em am
Unterbode111111d in den Radkiis1en).

HOHLRAUM VERSIEGELUNG:
Unter Druck in die Hohlkorper
ei11gespri1z1es Wachs schii1z1 !11ne11wii11de 1111d /1111e11rii11me.
i11dri11ge11 von Wasser und Spri1zwasser in Zwischenriiume und
Nal11s1elle11 wird verhindert.

UNTERBODENSCHUTZ:
Die auf den gesam1e11
Un1erbode11 des Fahr:eugs aufgebrachte Schicht aus Hartwachs 1111d
Bi111111e11 vermeidet dos indri11ge11
von Wasser 1111d Feuchtigkeit in die
Karosseriehohlriiume.

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6 JAHRE CARANTIE CECEN DURCHROSTUNC

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All<' PEU(i07:1\1odt'lle beko111111e11 eine Sechs-Jahres-Gara111ie gege11


D11rchros11111g mil a11/de11 Weg.
Das hei/J1. jeder PEUGEOT win/ ein<'r grii11dliche11 Beha11d/1111g
gegen den ::1111e/1111e11d agf:ressiven Ros(/ia./J 1111/<'r::ogen. Die ge.1a11lfe
Karosserie 11ird in ein KalafJhOresebad ge((fuchr u11d dadurch
besonders rcJSI widers ra11d~lah ig.
Aber PEUGEOT lwr sich mil diesem 1ech110/ogisch ne11e11 Ve(/ahre11
des Ka/aflhoresebades noch 11icl11 ::11/i'iede11gegebe11. PEUGEOT1l'e11de1
auch 11och die bewiihne11. klassischen Ros1sch111::ve(fahren 1or 1111d
11acl1 dem Ka1apl10resebad an .

/11sgesa1111 werde11 a1111iiher11d 25 kg verschiedener ros1/u11111u1uler


S11bs1a11::e11 a11/die vorha11de11e11 Bleche ai1/ge11age11. Das Zi<'I dieses
ileispie/hq/ie11 Vc(/ahrens isl es, die Karosserie gegen Korrosio11sschiide11 i1111111111 ::11111ache11, die den Wert lhres A111os 111i11der11.
Dieser A11fiva11d be1veist, dajJ der Erwerb eines PEUGEOT eine
/11ves1i1io11 isl. d<'re11 Dauerha./iigkeit nichl nur mil Wor1e11 garantien
win/.
Die Sechs-Jahres-Gara111ie gegen D11rchros11111g von PEUGEOT
/iei11ha/1e1 die Wiederi11s1a11dse1::u11g von Karosserie- 1111d Rahme111ei/e11. die eve11111el/ 10111 8/echi1111ere11 her durchgerostet sind. Bille

i11/brmiere11 Sie sich bei lhrem PEUGEOT-TALBOT-Vertragshiindler


iiber die ge11a11e11 Bedingungen.
Die PEUGEOT Sechs-Jahres-Garanrie gegen Durchrosrung isr i111
Fa/le des Besilzenvechsels iibertragbm: Begre11ztjedoch a.1.<ffolgende
wes1europiiische Lander: Bundesrepublik Deutsch/and, Osterreich,
Belgie11, Danemark, Spanien, Fi11nla11d. Frankreich, Gro/Jbriw1111ie11.
die Nieder/ande, Island, lralien, Luxemburg, Norwegen, Portugal,
Scl1wede11 und die Schweiz.

505

TECHNISCHE DATEN 1983


GL
I. MOTOR
Bauan
Kiihlung
Bohrumt/l l ub 111111
H11bra11111 cmJ
Verdich1u11g
kW (DIN PS) !/min.
Drehmomel// Nm I /min.
KurbelwelIenIageru ng
Nocke11welle
Tttrbolader
Krafts1ojfzu/11hr: iiber Vergaser
<lurch Ei11spri1z1111g
Choke: 111am1ell
mil 0111om. Kal1s1arrvorrich11111g
Tra 11sis1orzii11d1111f!
Vorg/iihei 11 rich11111g
Dia1moses1ecker
II. KRAFfUBERTRAGUNG
Scha/1ge1riebe: 4-Gang
5-Gang
A111011101ik-Ge1riebe
1eilsperre11des Differel//ial
Kunn{1111f!
Ill. LENKUNG
Senole11k1111g
Anzahl der Le11krad11mdrehu11ge11 ohne Servo
mit Servo
We11dekreis . 111
ohne Servo
I V. FAHRWERK
vom und hi111e11
V BREMSANLAGE
vom: Scheibe11bremse11
hi/I/en : Trommelbremsen
hi111e11: Scheibe11bremse11
mit Servo-U111erstiitzu11g
VI. ELEKTRISCHE ANLAGE
Liclw11aschi11e: Drehstrom
Bauerie
VII. MASSE, m
Liinf!.e
Breite
Radstand
Spur: 1om
hi/I/en
l1111e11brei1e Fahrgastraum: vom
Riicksitzbank
Anzahl der P!iitze
VIII. GEWICHTE, kf!
Leerf!ewic/11
Zuliissif!es Gesamtf!ewicht
A11hii11gelas1, 1111gebrems1
gebremst bis _% Anfahr- 1111<1 Steigvermogen
%An(ahr- und Steif!Vermogen
c>ebremst bis
IX. FOLLMENGEN. I
Krafls1offla11k
Mo1orol
Kofferraum. lnha/1
X. FAHRLEISTUNGEN
H6chstf!.eschwi11diflkei1, km/h
Besch/e1111if!.1111I! sec.: vo11 0 - 100 km/h
Berei/imf!.
XI. VERBRAUCH*, I (ai1f JOO km nach DIN 70030, TeiI I)
bei konsta111 90 km/h
bei ko11s1al// 120 km/h
S1ad1zyk/11s
serienmiijJige A11ss1a11u11g

0 gegen Aufpreis lieferbar

84x81
1796
8,8: I
60 (82)15500
14512500

Einfach-V.

505
GLD

GR

SR

4-Zyliruler-Reihe11mo1or
Wasser
94 x 90
88 x81
1971
2498
23: I
8,8: I
55 (75)14500
71 (96)15200
15312000
16413000
5-jach
sei1lich

Donne/-V.

i11scheibe11-Trocke11k 11nnil111f!

4,5

4,5

4,5

3,5

II.JO

ST/

505
I SRD turbo

94 x83
88x89
2165
2304
9,2: I
21 : I
85 (115)15250 59 (80)14150
19013500
18812000
obe11liege11d

sei1lich

3,5
11,30

3.5

inzelrada11jhiing1111g, Q11ers1abilisa1oren, Schra11be11fedem 1111d doppelt wirke11de


hydraulische Teleskoos10Bdiimo(er
Zweikreis-Svsrem

500 w
12 V/60 Ah

500 w
12 V/90 Ah

500 w
12 V/60 Ah

500 w
12 V/90 Ah

750 w
12 V/60 Ah

500 w
12 V/90 Ah

4,58
1,72
2,74
1,46
1,43
1,43
1.41
5
1200
1305
1210
1210
1235
1330
1760
1850
1760
1760
1775
1850
630 kg
690kg
635 kg
640kg
650kg
700kf!
750 kg bis 12% 980 kg bis 12% 930 kg bis 12 % /JOO kg bis 12%
1400 kg bis 12% 1400 kg bis 12%
1400 kf! bis 8% 1400 kl!. bis 9% 1400 kf!. bis 9% 1400 kl!. bis 10%
561
4

178
10,5
175 HR 14
Super
6,9
9,0
12,1

160
16,8
175 SR 14
Diesel
6,0
8.6

523 I
156
15.5
Super
7,0
9,2
11,2

150
18,0

160
13, 4

175 SR 14
Diesel
Suoer
5,9
7,1
8,2
9.1
11,3
8.7

13,0
Suoer
6,7
8.7
11.3

9.4

AUSSTATTUNG UND EXTRAS 1983


ARMATURENBRETT
Be11zi11s1a11dsa11zeige
Choke Ko111rol/e11ch1e (8e11zi11)
Drehzahlmesser
Eco11oscope (bei Be11zi111110101)
elektronische Digitaluhr
Handbre111sk0111ro11eucl11e
Helligkeitsregelt111}{ der Arma1ure11-Beleuch1t111f!.
Kol//rol/e11ch1ejiir Abble11dlich1
Ko111rolle11c/11ejiir 10((/ere Bremsen
Ko111rolleuc/11ejiir Vorgliiheinrichtung (Diesel)
Kiihlwasser- 711en110111eter
Schei1111etfer-Hiihe111ers1el/1111g vom /1111e11rawn
Tageskilo11w1erziih/er
Wamle11ch1e liir Kiihlwasser, Oldruck, Bauerie, Bremsen
AUSSTATfUN(i SI CllERHEIT
Abblendbarer l11m' 11.mie?.el
Au1oma1ikg11rle v1Jm
A111oma1ikg11rre hi111e11111it s101. Becken!lurt
Colo1verg/as1111}{
Halof!.enfem- ////(/ Abble11d/icl11
Heckscheibe heheizbar
Kindersic/11n111}{ hi111e11
2 NebelriicJ..le11d11e11
2 Riick allfsclwi11111tfer
Scheibemwsdwr 111i1 Interval/
sei1/icl1e Rw11111sclw1zleis1e11
Verb1111d11las-l'i'11J1tscheibe
vo11 i1111<11 ve1:11elllwre A11/Je11spiegel
Zweis111fe11-S1'111ilH!111vischer mit e/'ektr. Scheibemvaschanla?.e
AUSSTA7TUNG FAllRKOMFORT
Ab/age in den l'orderen Tiiren
AbschliefJb11r1.1 l/1111dsch11hfach
Aschenbedwr w1m 1111d hi111e11
Dacha111111111
Dachhal11K11/)1 f I 111111. J h111u11J
Decke11le11ch11 10111
Decke111<11d11< /11111e11
Ei11ze/r11h1wi1::.1 vom
e/ek1risd1er Sc/1eibe11heber vort1
elek1risches .~1ahlsc/1iebedach
Fu/Jruh1'.vtii1::1 /iir Fahrer
Griar111lelm111 1ort1 1111d hinten
clf!!_ndsch 11tifach be!euc/11et
Kar1e11u11ch1 111 den Riicklelwen der Vordersitze
Kofferm11111lwl111ch11111g
Konfs1ii1::<11 1om
Mi11elan11/1'1111e hi111e11
Mi11ellw11.10/e
SitzbeziiKI' St<?U.
7iveed
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K1111stletler
Leder
2 So1111e11ble11de11. ll11k.1 mit Kar1e111asche
red11s mil Make-up-Spiegel
4-S111fe11-Heizgebliise
Tennichbode11
1orberei1e1er Radioei11ba11
Ze111ralverrieJ!el1111f!.
Zi1!0re11e11a 11zt711der
, Zii11dschlojl_-Beleuch11111g
, So11derlackieru11g sc/11varz
Mera/111ckieru11g, versiegelt
Leich1111etallfelf!.e11 mil TRX-Reifen 180165 HR 390
~

serienmiijJiKe Auss1a111111g

0 gegen A1{fpreis li<t/"erbar

GLI GLD

GR

SR

ST/

SRD turbo

vorn

vom

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

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Take a test drive at your local Peugeot Dealer:


Please Note: Eve1y endeavour has been mode 10 r11s11re tlu1111/e i!1/'<J1m11
1ion conta ined i111 his brochure was r1cc111<111 011 he t i111e <ifgoing to flfl'.\'.1'.
Peuge01 Tatb01 howeve1; rese1ve 1he riRlll, while prese1vi11g 1/le esse111ltil
characteris1ics ofl/1e models described r111d ilf11s1r111ed f 111/!is brochure. la
introduce at any lime modlficrl/ions. clw11ges of dl'lllil. eq11ip111e11t or
accessories as may be considered 11c'cessc11y. The bmch11re will bt> 11pda11d
from lim e 10 lime /Jul ill order 10 {IVOid Olly 111is1111ders/(/11c/i11g. 011y P<!l:WJll
i111eres1ed in p11rchosi11g a vehicle s/1011ld e11q11ire of 011 lllllhons<'fi
Pe11geo1 dealer as 10 whel/1er 1/lere have been any 11101erial o/1era1io11.~
since 1he da1e of the issue qf' this /Jmc/1111<>.
Oc1ober 1982.

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Travel in Style
Since its Launch in Spring 1982 the Peugeot 5 05 estate car has
been accepted as being one of the most modern and practical
large family estate cars on the market today. Its classic
aerodynamic lines reflect standards of comfort and
p racticability which are unmatched by its competitors. Not only
will it seat five or, alternatively, eight in the Family versions, h11t
it will carry an enormous amount in its vast load area.
The 1983 505 range offers you a selection of five diffir<111

111od('fs, 2 litn p1trolt'llJ.!i11ed versions of the GL and GR


111od('f.11111(/ n/.10" 2. S tlit.l'e/-engined GRD. Then, as a complete
nlt1111ntii 11, tl11r1 /,\ tlw l'iJ.!'11 seater Family in both petrol and
di<'.l'l'l tflJ.!lillrl ji>l'll/,\',
Witliifl Iii <' r1111f.!1' tliere is a spread ofgearboxes. The G L and
( ,' U lJ<'trol 111gliwd 1nodels have a 4-speed tna1111al hox as
.1tn11dnrd. A ~ -.1111ed 1nanual box is standard 0 11 t/11 Family
f)l'trol n11tl ( ,'U [) and Family diesel derivatives. A I speed

automatic gearbox is available as an option at extra cost on the


petrol-engined GR and Family models.
All versions, except the G L, are fitted with power-assisted
steering so that, even when fully loaded, steering effort is
minimal with a high degree of manoeuvrability. Th e braking
system is equally sophisticated being a split circuit with discs at
the front, drums at the rear and servo-assistance to ensure

optimum braking power when under full load.


Peugeot's reputation for strength and ruggedness is partly
founded on the suitability of its suspension system and the
505 Estate reinforces this image. The front suspension is
independent with coil springs, double acting telescopic shock
absorbers and an anti-roll bar. The live rear axle also has coil
springs and telescopic shock absorbers .

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Travel in Space
Unlike its main competition, the 505 Estate is not just a
stretched saloon. It was designed as an estate, as is evident. by the
fact that its 114" wheelbase is over 6" longer than its saloon
counterpart.
The counterbalanced fifth door opens up to reveal a massive
load compartment which on GL and GR versions provides a
load floor length ofover 91 "with the seats folded, and over 81"
on the Family models. The load floor width is 45.3" with a

ma;dmu.n1 height of 32.5". On the Family derivatives this results


in r1 lotl(/ area, with seats folded, of68.5 cu. ft. and on GL-GR
(5 seate1) n1odels an amazing 79. 0 cu. ft. By any standards, the
Peugeot 5 05 Estate has to be the most practical large estate on
the 1~11rop ea11 market.
Look at that low loading height and, m ost in1porta111.1/Je
absence of any lip. You don't need to 'lift' y our luggage and
stretch . Simply load it onto the load floor and push.

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Travel in Com/ort
Versatility and adaptability are the real benefits ofthe Family
Estate. Versatility comes from its unique three rows of seats
design. Not only can the two rear rows be folded so as to offer a
load surface 81" long, but the middle row is split 2/3 - I /3,
each part of which can be folded independently.
You can effectively, therefore, carry any combination of
passengers between one and seven with corresponding
flexibility and ease.
.
Adaptability stems from your decision to use it for business

or pleasure. Business benefits (I re selfexplanato ry and for


pleasure you will not find such a luxurious package in the
market place.
Peugeot's reputation fo r stre11FJctlt , ruggedness and durability
is second to none. The 505 Fa1111fy !~state is the latest in a long
line of very successf11!, r111d pr<1ctic(/f, but sophisticated estate
cars for which Peugeot has beco111e renowned.
Th e 505 Estates warr(l11t a test drive to fully justify their
a/tributes.

SOSGL
The G L model is powered by the 1971 cc petrol engine which
produces 81 DIN bhp at 5000 rpm and 117 lb ft DIN torque at
2500 rpm. With a seating capacity for five people, plus over 39
cu.ft. ofload it achieves a maximum speedofup to 95 mph and
a fuel consumption of over 38 mpg at a constant 56 mph.
Although the workhorse ofthe range, the G L interior has not
been neglected and provides a very high standard of comfort

and appointment. The reclining jiont seats are trimmed in


cloth. In addition to individual warning lights there is a
centralised warning light for wc11er, oil, battery and brakes.
Th ere is a headl(llnp odjust111ent control within easy reach ofthe
driver and a host of otlter features, all designed for your
convenience and to add pleasure to your driving. A pushbu1ton radio witIt twin speakers is standard on the G L.

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505 GR/GRD
The petrol engine on the GR model is a twin-choke
carburettor version ofthat in the GL and develops 95 DIN
bhp at 5200 rpm. Also available is a diesel-engined
version of the GR. Peugeot has established an enviable
reputation worldwide for its diesel engine design, and the
GRD certainly adds weight to that reputation in producing
75 DIN bhp and 111 lb ft DIN torque.

The diesel engine is coupled with a 5-speed box and


produces an amazing fuel consumption figure in excess of
44 mpg at a constant 56 mph.
The windscreen is laminated, all glass tinted, and the tailgate
~as a ~ash/wip~ mechanism. In total an excellent package,
including a radio/cassette player with twin speakers.
To help the thoughtful driver to achieve optimum fuel
economy the GR petrol-engined Estate is fitted with
econoscope lights.

505 GR/GRD
Internally the GR/GRD models are upholstered in tweed
cloth where the accent is very firmly on quality, comfort and
durability. Note particularly the cloth door inserts in the same
material adding that little extra touch of class.
Passenger comfort is equally as important as that of the
driver and in the Peugeot 505 estates this aspect has certainly
not been neglected.

The front passenger seat is contoured for


maximum comfort and rear seat passengers can relax with
optimum Leg room.
All controls are within fingertip reach ofthe driver and, most
importantly, all instruments and warning Lights are readily
visible with easy to read graphics.

505 Family Petrol/Diesel


In designing the 505 estate range, driver visibility was a key
requirement. You will very quickly notice the very large glass
areas (over 36 sq. ft.) with slim door pillars. Note particularly
the opening rear door. See how high the rear door opens; you
can easily load-up in bad weather and still be protected.
The great secret of the range and the family models in
particular is their absolute suitability to fulfil a dual purpose.

They are equally at home taking you to the office and when the
opportunity arises will transport your family in considerable
comfort into the peace and quiet of the countryside.
The power steering on the family models means that neither
you or your wife will have any trouble manoeuvring at low
speed or in congested traffic conditions.

15

505

505 Family Petrol/Diesel


Mechanically the petrol and diesel versions of the Family
Estate are almost identical to the GR and GRD models. The
petrol version is 1971 cc and the diesel 2498 cc but both have a
5-speed manual gearbox as standard. The Family is without
doubt the flagship of the range. With three rows of seats, all
forward facing, it can seat eight people in absolute comfort and
carry 21.9 cu. ft. of luggage or seat five people and sllll carry
over 42 cu. ft. of luggage.
It is ideal transport for the large family with or without a dog

and the versatility it provides is second to none.


Like the GR models the seats are trimmed in tweed cloth with
head restraints for the driver and front passenger. The centre
console unit houses the radio /cassette player and there are door
bins in the front as well as elasticated pockets in the back of the
front seats. The console also ducts warm air to the centre-row
footwells. The Family petrol version instrumentation includes
econoscope lights.

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Active and Passive Safety


Safety, both active and passive, is a key requirement in the
original design of all Peugeot models.

ACTIVE SAFETY
Active safety is best described as those elements in the vehicle
design which help you avoid being involved in an accident,
whereas passive safety is the protection you enjoy within the
driving compartment.
Th e 505 Estates benefit from independent front suspension
with coil springs and double acting telescopic hydraulic shock
absorbers with an anti-roll bar. Coil springs and telescopic
shock absorbers are also used on the rear. The suspension has
been finely tuned to guarantee excellent roadholding.
The braking system is equally sophisticated for maximum

stopping power. It is a servo-assisted split circuit system with


discs on the front and drums on the rear. A rear brake
compensator valve on all models ensures automatic adjustment
of pressure applied to rear brakes, thus preventing premature
wheel locking. There is even a warning light on the fascia which
lights up to indicate low brake fluid level or brake pad wear, as
well as a separate handbrake warning light.
These engineering features contribute to your safety.

PASSIVE SAFETY
Passive safety is that which minimises the consequences ofan
accident in which you may be involved. On the 505 Estates the
front and rear ends of the body shell are designed to absorb
impact through progressive deformation of the structure, with
maximum protection of the passenger compartment.
Another aspect is the two spoke safety steering wheel which is
mounted on a collapsible energy-absorbing steering column.
Finally interior appointments are designed in such a way as to
eradicate all sharp edges on the fascia panel.
Safety is a key feature.

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OUTLINES OF THE VARIOUS

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STEEL PANELS: All body parts are thoroughly degreased to
PHOSPHA TING: This gives 3 CATAPHORETIC BATH:
1
2 protection
remove oil deposited during the press operation and to ensure full
against impacts and
This deposits a corrosionadhesion of the protective finishes.
flaking; it also improves the
Corrosion resistant zinc or galvanised plated panels are used in vulneraqle
areas or areas that would be difficult to protect after assembly.

proojing epoxy film 15 to 20


microns thick on the whole body
shelf. Box sections are pierced
to assure the protection of
internal surfaces.
x ~ ~ "~:.~ ~
~
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adhesion of the resin film in the


cathodic bath. Some box sections
are cleaned and phosphated before
the body shell is assembled.

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or:.'~...,.,..~,'

;:.~

(zinc chromate) to further improve the


anti-corrosion protection. This
special, flexible primer also has
anti-chipping properties.

thermosetting paint is baked


at 130C, the fast
evaporation of the solvents
giving a coat with high
protective quality.

IPEUGEOT 6 YEAR ANTI-CORROSION WARRANTY I


All Peugeot passenger vehicles benefit from the Peugeot
six year anti-corrosion Warranty.

The results ofextensive research and tests carried out by our


Study Departments over many years have been incorporated in
the numerous sophisticated and advanced techniques, special
materials and assembly procedures employed in the
manufacturing of our vehicles.
Some of the measures at present incorporated in the
manufacturing of our vehicles are as follows:

*
*
*

Corrosion resistant zinc or galvanised plated panels used in


vulnerable areas.
Weldable primer is used in all joints below the waistline of
the vehicle.
The application of the initial primer coat is by total
immersion in a CATHODIC type Electrophoresis bath.
The advantages of primer application fo r Electrophoresis
are
both internal and external surfaces can be
treated efficiently;
the film of primer is uniform in thickness;

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COMPOUND (PVC): Oven


baked, this ensures proteciioll to
the parts of the body that are
subject to abrasion from road
chippings an~ stones (the coat is

CLEAR VARNISH: Applied on top of metallic and black


paints, this gives an increased brilliance and ensures protection of
the colour pigment from the corrosive elements.

assured by mastic sealing strips on


the inside and outside.

CRACKLE FINISH
5 ANTI-CHIPPING

:. ......
. . ..

PRIMER: The paint undercoat


ACRYLIC
6 includes
7
rust-inhibiting pigments
LACQUER: This

SEALING: Sealing
4 JOINT
between adjacenJ panels is

good adhesion of the coat of primer;


high level of anti-corrosion protection.
Crackle finish anti-chipping compound is applied to wheel
arches and underbody areas. The PVC based product is
sprayed at high pressure onto the elements and sections to be
protected and sto ved at l 60C to attain the crackle type finish
that provides the important anti-chipping protection,
particularly fo r wheel arches and door sills.
The whole of the underbody area, including mechanical
components, is sprayed with a thick bitumen wax
compound.
The hollow box sections in the body shell, panels and
crossmembers, particularly on the underbody, are protected
by the injection of a bitum en wax compound.

WAX: Pressure
injected into the box
sections, wax protects these
inner surfaces and prevents
water ingress between the
panels.

THICK WAX AND


lo
BITUMEN COMPOUND:
This is sprayed on to the underside
of the body - including the wheel
arches and suspension.

All these measures provide added proof- if indeed it was


necessary to demonstrate that Peugeot vehicles are efficiently
protected against the natural phenomenon of corrosion, and
thereby make the purchase of a Peugeot a good investment.
The warranty, which is against perforation ofthe bodywork as
a result of corrosion, is transferable to second or subsequent
owners and is granted in respect of vehicles registered and
primarily used in Great B ritain, Germany, Austria, Belgium,
Denmark, Eire, Federal Germany, Finland, Greece,
Metropolitan France, Holland, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway,
Sweden and Switzerland.

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505
GL

SPECIFICATIONS

505
GR

505
GRD

505
FAMILY

505
FAMILY
DIESEL

ENGINE
Cubic captJcity

SPECIFICATIONS

1971cc

2498cc

197 lcc

2498cc

Handbrake

Bore/stroke (mm)

88 x 81

88 x 81

94 x 90

88 x 81

94 x 90

Low brake fluid level

Maximum power

81 DIN bhp
@5000

95 DIN blip
@5200rpm

75 DIN blip
@4500rpm

95 DIN blip
@5200 rpm

75 DIN blip
@4500 rpm

ll7
@2500

119
@3000

111
@2000

119
@3000

II I
@2000

Si11gle choke

Twi11 choke

Diesel i11jec1io11

Twi11 choke

8.8:1

8 .8:1

23:1

8.8:1

Maximum torque (lb. ft.)/rpm .


Carbureuor
Compressio11 ratio

Choke: Ma11ual
Automatic

Pre-heater

TRANSMISSION
Gearbox: Ma11ua/ 4-speed sy11chromesh
5-speed sy11chromesh

Diag11os1ic plug

Si11gle-dry plate clutch (with ma11ual gearbox)

STEERING

Power assisted
Tumi11g circle (be1Wee11 kerbs)

Bauery charge

Water temperature

Diesel i11jec1ion

Pre-heater

23:/

Brake pad wear

Break-down/stop (waterkoilf
banery/bra es)

- Low fuel level


Digital clock
Fuel gauge
Water temperature gauge

Automatic 3-speed

- Low oil pressure


-

Rack and pinion

36ft 5i11s (I I. Im) 36ft 9ins (11 .2m) 36ft 9i11s ( 1l .2m) 36ft 9ins (ll.2m ) 36ft 9ills (1 l .2m)

Trip mileage recorder

Front

lndepende111 coil springs with ami-roll bar and double-acting hydraulic shock absorbers.

Rear

Coil spri11gs and


double-acting
hydraulic shock
absorbers.

Coil springs wih anti-roll bar a11d double acting hydraulic


shock absorbers.

interior headlamp adjus1me11t


Econoscope

3-phase alternator

500W/32 A

500WJ32 A

750W/45 A

SOOW/32 A

750W/45 A

Banery

/2V/45 Ah

/2V/45 Ah

12V/60 Ah

12V/45 Ah

12V/60 Ah

From: Disc
Rear: Drum
Servo assistance

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

Overall length

192.5" (4.89m)

Overall width

68. I" (I. 73m)

Wheelbase
Load floor length: sems up

2-speed wipers/electric wash


lntermi11e111 wipe

Rear fog lights


Heated rear screen
Tailgate wash/wipe
Door mirrors (remote comrol on GRIGRD/Family/Family Diesel)
Dipping interior ret1r vie1v 1nirror

Inertia from seat belts

4-speed heater/blower
Rear compart111e111 heati11g

seats folded

28.3" (.72m)

9 I .3" (2.32m)

81 .J" (2.06m)

Load floor width

45.3" (l. l 5m)

Load compartmell/ height

32.5" (.825m)

Load floor area: seats up


seats folded

9.9 sq. ft. (. 92m 2)

ft.

28.5 sq. ft. (2.65m')

seats folded

NUMBER OF SEATS
WEIGHT lbs (kgsJ

(3.03m 2)

Fro111 seat h eadrestrai111s


Cloth seat trim
Tweed seat trim

I 8.1 sq. ft. (I .68m2)


32.6 sq.

Load compartme11t capacity: seats up

Reclining from sMts

54.3" (I .38m)

ft. (620dm')

39.6 cu. ft. (I I 12dm3)

2 I. 9 cu.

79.0 cu. ft. (2240dm')

68.5 cu. ft. (1940dm3)

2800
(1270)

Max. laden weight


Max. towing weight (braked trailer)

2822
(1280)

3075
(1395)

2943
(I 335)

Cemre console
Cigar lighter
From a11d rear armrests
From door pockets
Seat back map pockets

3142
(1425)

4354
( 1975)

4354
(1975)

4564
(2070)

4420
(2005)

4629
(2100)

3307
(1500)

3307
(I 500)

3307
( 1500)

3307
(1500)

3307
( 1500)

FUEL TANK CAPACITY


TYRES
FUEL CONSUMPTION

12.5 gallons (57 litres)

l//umi11ated glovebox

Courtesy light - front


Courtesy light - rear
Boot mat

Folding bench seat


Split foldi11g seat

mpg ( Lf/ 00 km)

FAMILY MANUAL FAMILY AUTO *FAMILY DJESEL

GR MANUA L

GR AUTO

*GRD

Constant speed driving 56 mph (90 kph)

38.7 (7.3)

38.2 (7.4)

35.3 (8.0)

44.8 (6.3)

40.4 (7.0)

35.3 (8.0)

44.8 (6.3)

Push bullon mdio

Co11stant speed driving 75 mph (/20 kph)

29.4 (9.6)

28.5 (9.9)

26.9 (10.5)

32.5 (8.7)

29.4 (9.6)

26.9 (10.5)

32.5 (8.7)

Radio/casseue player

Simulated urba11 driving

25.0 (11.3)

24.8 (1 J .4)

25.7 (11.0)

30.4 (9.3)

24.8 (11.4)

25.7 (11 .0)

30.4 (93)

Metallic or black paint. with lacquer coat

ofTra11.~port

Folding third row setll

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These figures arc the results of approved tests as recorded by the Department
Diesel consumption in accordance with French govemmell/ test procedures.

Passe11ger's vanity mirror

Boot carpet

185 SR 14 radials

Floor corpet

Lockable glovebox

Kerb weight

Tinted glass

Body side mo11ldi11gs

I 14.2" (2.90m)

willd~creen

Chi/dproof rear door locks

DIMENSIONS

505
FAMILY
DIESEL

GENERAL EQUIPMENT

Rel'ersing lights

Split circuit with load compensator valve

505
FAMILY

Illuminated ignition keyhole

Halogen headlamps

BRAKES

505
GRD

Pa11el light rheostat

Laminated

SUSPENSION

505
GR

FASCIA EQUIPMENT
Warning Lights

197 Ice

Number of cyli11ders

505
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Option at extra cost

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Devonshire House, 74 75 Piccadilly, London WI. Tel: 0 l 499 5533. It 1s our continual
policy to improve our vehicles m every way and so whilst the details set out in this
brochure were correct at the lime of going lo press. we are unable to guarantee
that no changes in specification have subsequently taken place. We therefore reserve
the right lo alter the spec1flcat1on at any time without notice.

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505ST-YLE~--------"'---------Welcome to the beautifully practical world of the


Peugeot 505 Estate and Family. The Estate seats five while the
Family will comfortably seat eight - and carry all their luggage.
But this is no stretched saloon. Peugeot design estates
as estates with no compromises. Every inch is dedicated to
increasing their comfort and load versatility. The long 114"

wheelbase, 6" more than the 505 Saloon, makes for a very
smooth ride and ease of handling, even when fully loaded.
There are five models, petrol or diesel, Estate or Family.
One is exactly right for you. A lively asset to your business.
A very real enhancement of your lifestyle. Certainly the best
Estate and Family value on the road today. There's even plenty

Model illustrated: 505 GR Estate.

of room for the dog.


All models are fitted with a 5-speed gearb.ox, a new
feature on the 1985 GL and all except the GL have power
assisted steering as standard. The combination of front and
rear coil spring suspension, irons out.those irritating road
irregularities.

505 P-RACTICAL ESTATE- - - - - This is the real thing. The most adaptable large Estate
on the European market. Plenty of room to carry five people in
great comfort. Superb finish and the many luxury features
fitted as standard put this handsome car right at the top of
its class.
The huge counterbalanced rear door lifts and the rear
seats fold down to open up a load platform over 91" long,

'.1odtI' 11111,ti.ited 505 GR ~nd GL Estate

45.3" wide and a maximum height of 32.3". That adds up to


79 cu ft of usable loadspace.
With the low floor level and no awkward sill, you just
load your luggage onto the floor and push it in. No Estate has
ever made it easier for you to move people and luggage around
in such quiet cushioned comfort. Trust Peugeot to find a better
way to provide exactly what you want.

From the outside the Family looks deceptively like the


Estate - but there's a lot more inside. A third row of forward
facing seats means that eight people can all travel comfortably
together.
But that's not all. The inside space can be used in many
different ways. If you fold down the third row of seats you
increase the load area. The second row seats are split and can

be folded down one third, two thirds or all the way. So you can
vary the seating and the load capacity at will.
The 505 is the only Family to offer saloon car comfort
for up to eight people combined with quick and easy estate
conversion up to 67.8 cu ft of luggage space. With eight on
board there is still over 21.0 cu ft for all their luggage.
The load compartment width and height are the same

as the 505 Estate models and although the third row ot seats
results in a reduced maximum floor length, there still remains
an amazing 81.1''.
It makes you wonder how you managed until now.
Even fully loaded, Peugeot power makes light of every Family
outing.

ACTIVE AND
PASSIVE SAFETY
Safety, both active and passive, is a key requirement in
the original design of all Peugeot models.
ACTIVE SAFETY

Active safety is best described as those elements in the


vehicle design which help you avoid being involved in an
accident, whereas passive safety is the protection you enjoy
within the driving compartment.
The 505 Estates front suspension is independent with
coil springs and double acting telescopic hydraulic shock
absorbers with an anti-roll bar. Coil springs and telescopic
shock absorbers are also used on the rear. The suspension has
been finely tuned to guarantee excellent roadholding.
The braking system is equally sophisticated for maxi
mum stopping power. It is a servo-assisted split circuit system
with discs on the front and drums on the rear. A rear brake
compensator valve on all models ensures automatic adjustment.
of pressure applied to rear brakes, thus preventing premature
wheel locking. There is even a warning light on the fascia which
lights up to indicate low brake fluid level or brake pad wear,
as well as a separate handbrake warning light.
These engineering features contribute to your safety.
PASSIVE SAFETY

Passive safety is that which minimises the conse


quences of an accident in which you may be involved.
On the 505 Estates the front and rear ends of the body shell
are designed to absorb impact through progressive deforma
tion of the structure, with maximum protection of the passenger
compartment.
Another aspect is the two spoke safety steering wheel
which is mounted on a collapsible energy-absorbing steering
column.
Finally interior appointments are designed in such a way
as to eradicate all sharp edges on the fascia panel.
Safety is a key feature.

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY-----______..____,._____ _ _ _~------ENGINES: PETROL OR DIESEL

Strength, durability, quiet running and modest demands


on fuel are all features of Peugeot petrol and diesel engines.
Both power units have four cylinders and a five bearing crank
shaft with an aluminium alloy cylinder head.
The 1971 cc twin choke petrol engine in the GL, GR and
Family models develops 96 bhp PSDIN at 5200 rpm. Maximum

torque of 119 lb ft DIN at 3000 rpm makes a very responsive


engine that can achieve up to a remarkable 40 mpg when linked
with th'e 5-speed gearbox.
At a constant 75 mph up to 29.4 is the norm and in
simulated urban driving up to 24.8, an excellent return for a
large estate car that can carry eight people including the driver.

The 2498 cc diesel engine fitted to the GLD and Family


Diesel models produces 76 bhp PSDIN at 4500 rpm and 111 lb ft
DIN torque at 2000 rpm. The real strength of this diesel power
unit is in its excellent fuel economy, where at a constant speed
of 56 mph over 44 mpg can be achieved. Reliability, absence
of vibration, smooth and easy starting using special pre-heat

plugs, are all features of this remarkable Peugeot diesel.


Peugeot are undisputed leaders in the design and ma nu
facture of diesel engines. With over 50 years experience behind
them and over 2 million units produced it is not surprising
that Peugeot diesels have consistently been used as original
equipment in cars of other than Peugeot manufacture.

505 GLIGLD ESTATE


1971cc PETROL ENGINE
2498 cc DIESEL ENGINE
In the 1.985 GL Estate the 19.71 cc twin choke petrol
engine with 5-speed synchro gearbox develops 96 bhp PS-DIN.
It can achieve a maximum speed of around 100 mph.
Using the econoscope, a continuous light display on
the fascia, the careful driver can tell when he is using petrol
most effectively. The Gl can achieve up to 40 mpg at a
constant 56 mph.
The GLD version has the 76 bhp PS-DIN2498 cc diesel
that develops 111 lb ft torque at 2000 rpm. It has a 5-speed
synchro gearbox and power assisted steering. It is possible to
achieve up to 44.8 mpg at a cor:istant 56 mph.
Whether you choose petrol or diesel, there is nothing
basic about the GL/GLD. It can comfortably seat five people
and .still carry up to 39 cu ft of load. The seats are cloth
trimmed, front reclining. There is a cigar lighter, a glovebox and
a push button radio with twin speakers. The fascia has
comprehensive warning lights, instruments and a control for
adjusting the headlamps according to the load being carried.
Safety features include laminated windscreen with
2-speed electric wash/wipe, dual circuit servo assisted braking,
tailgate wash/wipe, heated rear window and rear foglamps
and reversing lamps.
The GUGLD gives you a big powerful estate for your
money.

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505 GR ESTATE, FAMILY

AND FAMILY DIESEL


1971cc PETROL ENGINE
2498cc DIESEL ENGINE

The GR has the same 96 bhp PS-DIN petrol engine as the


GL but the whole car is equipped to a higher level of luxury and
refinement.
Tinted glass all round. Electric front windows. There are
protective bodyside mouldings and full wheel covers.
Halogen headlamps and central locking of doors and fuel filler
flap. The seats are upholstered in tweed cloth and there's tufted
carpet right through to the load area.
In addition to the econoscope the fascia includes a rev
counter and a digital clock. There's a digital radio stereo
cassette with four speakers.
Extra details include an illuminated ignition keyhole,
courtesy lamps front and rear and a lamp in the glovebox.
The front doors have bins for maps and both driver and
passenger doors feature a remote control rear view mirror.
The luxuriously appointed Family takes on where the GR
Estate leaves off. No other car can offer the large family such
capacity and ready adaptability to their many needs.
Its three rows of tweed upholstered seats can seat up
to eight people in quiet cushioned comfort and still leave room
for 21.9 cu ft of luggage- or space for a large dog. To carry five
people the third row of seats is foldel'l down and the luggage
room increases to 42 cu ft.

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The middle row of seats can be divided so that you can
fold down one or two thirds to accommodate long loads or put
a carrycot on the floor. The whole seat folds down to open access
to the maximum load capacity.
The centre console ducts warm air to the centre row
footwells. Peugeot suspension makes for a very smooth ride
and the power assisted steering makes even the fully loaded
Family easy to haridle under all conditions. Lavishly equipped,
the GR and Family models are a joy to drive. All three models
are available with black or metallic paint as an option at extra
cost. On the GR and Family petrol model a three speed auto
matic gearbox is also available at extra cost.
The Family petrol version has.the 96 bhp PS-DIN engine
and its instrumentation includes an econoscope. The 2498 cc
76 bhp PS-DIN diesel can achieve the remarkable economy of up
to 44.8 mpg at a constant 56 mph.
Whichever version you choose, as executive transport
or family express, nothing can touch the Peugeot 505 Estate or
Family for comfort, reliability, safety and sheer value for money.

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FAMILYAND
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are thoroughly degreased to remove oil


deposited during the press operation and
to ensure full adhesion of the protective
finishes.
Corrosion resistant zinc or galvanised
plated panels are used invulnerable areas
or areas that would be difficult to protect
after assembly.
2.
PHOSPHATING: This gives
protection against impacts and flaking;
it also improves the adhesion of the resin
lilm in the cathodic bath. Some box
sections are cleaned and phosphated
before the body shell is assembled.

All Peugeot cars have the benefit of a six years' anti


corrosion warranty against perforation of all body and underbody panels and each unit is meticulously treated against
permanent spread of corrosion by total immersion in a
cataphoretic bath-a process which makes the body shell
particularly resistant to corrosion.
But Peugeot's answer to corrosion is not confined solely
to this technology innovation of anti-corrosive cataphoresis.
Used in addition are eight other processes which add up to
50 lbs of well established anti-corrosion coatings of proven
resistance value, and these are applied before and after the
cataphoretic bath.
To benefit from this warranty involves only two checks
of the car (taking about 2 hours depending on model, carried
out at the expense of the customer at the end of the second
and fourth years of service) at a Peugeot Talbot Dealer.
This 6 year anti-corrosion warranty is transferable on change
of ownership.
You thus have further proof, were it needed, that you
may regard the purchase of your Peugeot as a good investment.

3.
CATAPHORETIC BATH: This
deposits a corrosion-proofing epoxy film
15 to 20 microns thick on the whole body
shell. Box sections are pierced to assure
the protection of internal surfaces.

4.
JOINT SEALING: Sealing
between adjacent panels is assured by
mastic sealing strips on the inside and
outside.

5.
CRACKLE FINISR ANTICHIPPING COMPOUND (PVC): Oven
baked, this ensures protection to the
parts of the body that are subject to
abrasion from road chippings and stones
(the coat is I to 2 mm thick).

UNIQUE TRIPLE
COVER
In addition to the 6 year anti-corrosion warranty all
Peugeot cars described in this catalogue are covered by an
unlimited mileage warranty during the first twelve months
including both parts and labour, together with free breakdown
recovery, should it ever be needed. In addition, for the same
period there is the benefit of the unique Extra Care Policy,
providing free replacement of certain wearing parts, like brake
pads and clutches, if they require replacement as a result of
normal wear. The Extra Care Policy does not cover cars used
for Police and taxi work. Cars used for competitions are also
excluded from the benefits of the warranty and Extra Care Policy.
Your Peugeot Talbot Dealer will be pleased to explain
the terms and conditions of this unique triple cover.
As a Peugeot Owner you have the support of more than
500 Dealers in this country-and if you take your car abroad,
some 5,000 in Europe- all with special expertise gained from
factory training and aided by special tools and equipment to
ensure efficient and effective attention.
Naturally, your Dealer's efforts start before you see your
car. He carries out a careful check under our Road-Ready
programme to make sure your new car is as it should be.
All Peugeot Talbot Dealers in the United Kingdom are
bound by our Service Charter, designed to give you, the
Customer, a fair deal in all circumstances. Their knowledge and
skill are at your disposal-willingly and cheerfully.

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PRIMER: The paint undercoat
includes rustinhibiting pigments (zinc
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corrosion protection. This special, flexible
primer also has antichipping properties.

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ACRYLIC LACQUER: This
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the fast evaporation of the solvents giving
a coat with high protective quality.

8.
CLEAR VARNISH:Appliedontop
of metallic and black paints. this gives an
increased brilliance and ensures protec
tion of the colour pigment from the
corrosive elements.

9.
WAX: Pressure injected into the
box sections, wax i:irotects these inner
surfaces and prevents water ingress
between the panels.

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COMPOUND: This is sprayed on to the
underside of the body- including the
wheel arches and suspension.

Peugeot are constantly endeavouring to improve their


product offering and reliability through their extended
maintenance programm~ which includes
1. Electronic ignition which on petrol engined models eliminates
the need for contact breaker points and provides instant
startir:ig in cold and wet weather conditions, as well as
maintaining peak performance between major service
intervals.
2. Copper cored spark plugs which maintain a higher and more
consistent performance.
3. Low maintenance battery.
4. Diagnostic socket contributes significantly to speedy
checking and adjustment of engine tune,detecting elements
of the engine not working at full efficiency.
5. Low engine oil level warning light.
6. Water temperature warning light.
7. Brake wear warning light.

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SPECIFICATIONS
ENGINf
Cubic Capacity
Numbers of Cylinders
Bore/stroke (mm)
Maximum power BHP (PS-DIN)
Maximum Torque MKG (lb ft) DIN
Compression Ratio
Electronic Ignition
Diagnostic Socket
Battery
Cooling
TRANSMISSION
Gearbox: Manual 5speed
3speed automatic
STEERING
Rack and pinion power assisted (not GL)
Turning Circle (between kerbs)
SUSPENSION
Front
Rear

BRAKES
Front: Disc
Rear: Drum
Servo assistance
DIMENSIONS
Overall length
Oyerall width
Wheelbase
WEIGHT kg (lbs)
Kerb weight
Max. towing weight (braked trailer)
FUEL TANK CAPACITY
LOAD AREA CAPACITY
Load floor length: seats up
seats folded
Load floor width
Load compartment height
Load floor area: seats up
seats folded
Load compartment capacity: seats up
seats folded
TYRES
INSTRUMENTS
Speedometer with odometer
Trip recorder
Fuel gauge
Water temperature gauge
Rev. counter
Econoscope
FASCIA WARNING LIGHTS
Handbrake
Low brake fluid level
Low oil pressure
Low oil level
Low fuel level
Battery charge
Water temperature
Breakdown/stop (water/oil/brakes)
Brake pad wear
Pre-heater
Water in diesel fuel

GL

GLD

GR

FAMILY

FAMILY
DIESEL

1971 cc

2498 cc
1971 cc
1971 cc
2498 cc
Four. Five bearing crankshaft with aluminium alloy cylinder head.
94X 90
88 81
88X81
88X 81
94X 90
96
76
96
76
96
at 5200 rpm
at 4500 rpm
at 5200 rpm
at 5200 rpm
at 4500 rpm
16.4 (119)
16.3 (111)
16.4 (119)
16.4 (119)
16.3 (111)
at 3000 rpm
at 2000 rpm
at 3000 rpm
at 3000 rpm
at 2000 rpm
8.8:1
23:1
8.8:1
8.8:1
23:1

12V/45 Ah
12V/60 Ah
12V/45 Ah
12V/45 Ah
12V/60 Ah
Water cooled, closed circuit with expansion bottle. Electrically operated cooling fan.

11.lm (36.4 ft.)

ll.2m (36.75 ft.)

Independent coil springs with antiroll bar and doubleacting hydraulic shock absorbers.
Coil springs and
Coil springs with anti-roll bar and double-acting hydraulic
double-acting
shock absorbers.
hydraulic shock
absorbers.
Split circuit with load compensator valve.

4.90m (192.8 in.)


1.73m (68.1 in.)
2.90m (114'.2 in.)
1270 (2800)
1500 (3307)

1355 (2987)
1500 (3307)

1270 (2800)
1500 (3307)
70 litres (15.4 gallon)

1310 (2880)
1500 (3307)

l.38m (54.:3 in.)


2.32m (91.3 in.)

1415 (3120)
1500 (3307)

0.72m (28.3 in.)


2.06m (81.1 in.)
l.15m (45.3 in.)
0.82m (32.3 in.)

l.68m2 (18.1 sq. ft.)


3.03m 2 (32.6 sq. ft.)
1112 DM 3 (39.6 cu. ft.)
2240 DM 3 (79.0 cu. ft.)

0.92m 2 (9.9 sq. ft.)


2.65m 2 (28.5 sq. ft.)
620 DM 3 (21.9 cu. ft.)
1920 DM 3 (67.8 cu. ft.)
185/82SR14

SPECIFICATIONS
EXTERIOR
Driver's remote control door mirror
Passenger's remote control door mirror
Hazard warning flashers
Halogen headlamps
Load adjustable headlamps
Reversing lamps
Rear fog lamps
Laminated clear windscreen
Tinted glass and laminated windscreen
2speed windscreen wipers
Electric windscreen wash
Heated rear window
Intermittent windscreen wipe
Electric front windows
Tailgate wash/wipe
Central door locking and fuel fi ller flap
Hub caps
Full wheel covers
Protective bodyside mouldings
Metallic paint
Black paint
INTERIOR
Dipping rear view mirror
Sunvisors with passenger vanity mirror
Interior courtesy lamp
Front and rear courtesy lamps
Panel light rheostat
4-speed heater/blower
Face level ventilation
Side window demist
Illuminated heater controls
Illuminated ignition keyhole
Cigar lighter
Centre console
Glovebox with lid
Glovebox lock
Glovebox lamp
Push button radio
Digital radio/stereo cassette with four speakers
Childproof rear door locks
Soft rim steering wheel
Elasticated pockets behind front seats
Reclining front seats
Fully upholstered front seat head restraints
Inertia reel front seat belts
Split fold down rear seat
Fold down third row seat
Zigzag cloth seat trim
Tweed cloth seat trim
Cloth inserts on door trim pads
Carpet door kick pads
Interior floor carpet
Vinyl load area covering
Carpet load area covering
Load area lamp
FUEL CONSUMPTION

GLD

GR

FAMILY

FAMILY
DIESEL

GL

GLD

GR/FAMILY

FAMILY

GL

GR/FAMILY
MANUAL
AUTO
DIESEL
Constant speed driving 56 mph (90 kph)
40.4 (7.0)
44.8 (6.3)
40.4 (7.0)
35.3 (8.0)
44.8 (6.3)
Constant speed driving 75 mph (120 kph)
29.4 (9.6)
32.5 (8.7)
29.4 (9.6)
26.9 (10.5)
32.5 (8.7)
Simulated urban driving
24.8 (11.4)
30.4 (9.3)
24.8 (11.4)
25.7 (11.0)
30.4 (9.3)
These mpg figures are the results of approved tests as recorded by the Department of Transport in official fuel economy certificates. Figures in brackets are L/lOOkm.
INSURANCE GROUP
As recommended by the Accident Offices Association
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Devonshire House. 74 75 Piccadilly, London WI. Tel: 0 l 499 5533. 11 isour conlmual
pohcy lo improve our vehicles in every way and so whilst the details scl out 111 lh1s
brochure were correct at the lime of going to press, we are unable lo guarantee
lhal no changes 111 specification have subsequently taken place. We therefore reserve
the nghl lo alter the specification al any time without notice.
Issued by-Sales Promotion Dept., Peugeot Talbot, lnternat1ona1 House,
Bickenhill Lane, Marston Green, Birmingham
October 1984

505 CLASSIC THOROUGHBRED-

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The distinctive lines of the Peugeot 505 offer elegant


proor lhal a modern saloon car can achieve high performance
wilhoul losing identity.
The 505 is a gleaming asset to any business. The long
low s1ll1ouette is clearly built for speed. Its purposeful curves
slip through the air in a remarkably fuel-efficient way.
The roadholding and reliability are unrivalled.

Model illustrated. 505 GTI.

The 505 is a big touring car that offers effortless travel


over long distances, quiet comfort on the roughest roads.
The six cars in the range offer engine and fuel choice
to meet your most exacting requirements. Petrol, petrol
injection, diesel or diesel turbo. All but the GL have power
assisted steering. Automatic 3-speed transmission is available
as an option at extra cost on the GR and GTI.

The new 505 saloons offer more power, more reliability


and are safer than ever. Whichever model you choose, the 505
is a joy to drive and very economical to run.
Whatever your priority, business image or family lifestyle, you will discover that everything comes beautifully
together in the individuality of your Peugeot 505.
505: the ultimate winner.

505EVIDEN1- COMFOR1~----The first time you see a new 505 you know you have
found a car with a style all its own. It is very easy on the eye.
Open the door and more beauties await you.
Deep comfortable seats designed to provide the back
support that takes the ache out of long journeys. Cushioning to
smooth the bumps - helped by Peugeot's unrivalled all-round
independent suspension. The rich feel of real cloth upholstery.

Model illustrated: 505 GTI.

Pleasing colour co-ordination of seats, carpet, fascia and door


trims. Plenty of leg room front and back. Generous room for
five adults. A handsome way to travel and very quiet too.
Layers of soundproofing and carefully engineered
insulation cut engine noise and vibration to a minimum.
So you can sit back and discuss business or relax with the
pushbutton radio or stereo cassette.

There are front door bins on all models and pockets


behind the front seats on all models except GL and GLD.
There's a generous 18.5 cu ft boot for all the luggage.
With every journey you get to know the 505 better
and appreciate its special qualities. The 505 is a truly great
saloon car, a powerful business asset, a constant source of
satisfaction for driver and passengers alike.

ACTIVE AND
PASSIVE SAFETY
Safety, both active and passive, is a key requirement in
the original design of all Peugeot models.
ACTIVE SAFETY:

Active safety is best described as those elements in


the vehicle design which help you avoid being involved in an
accident, whereas passive safety is the protection you enjoy
within the driving compartment.
The 505 range benefits from independent front
suspension with coil springs and double acting telescopic
hydraulic shock absorbers with an anti-roll bar. Coil springs and
telescopic shock absorbers are also used on the rear.
The suspension has been finely tuned to guarantee excellent
road holding.
The braking system is equally sophisticated for
maximum stopping power. It is a servo-assisted split circuit
system with discs on the front and drums on the rear on all
models except the GTI which has rear disc brakes. A rear brake
compensator valve on all models ensures automatic adjustment
of pressure applied to rear brakes, thus preventing premature
wheel locking. There is even a warning light on the fascia which
lights up to indicate low brake fluid level or brake pad wear,
as well as a separate handbrake warning light.
These engineering features contribute to your safety.
PASSIVE SAFETY:

Passive safety is that which minimises the


consequences of an accident in which you may be involved.
On the 505 range the front and rear ends of the body shell are
designed to absorb impact through progressive deformation of
the structure, with maximum protection of the passenger
compartment.
Another aspect is the two spoke safety steering wheel
which is mounted on a collapsible energy-absorbing steering
column.
Finally, interior appointments are designed in such away
as to eradicate all sharp edges on the fascia panel.
Safety is the key feature.

ENGINE: PETROL or DIESEL

Strength, durability, quiet running and modest demands


on fuel are all features of Peugeot petrol and diesel engines.
The GL and GR models offer the 1971 cc petrol engine as
standard which produces 100 bhp PS-DIN at 5000 rpm and
119 lb ft DIN torque at 3000 rpm. This powerful twin choke
engine provides excellent acceleration coupled with exception
ally low fuel consumption for a 2-litre engine. At a constant
56 mph up to 42.2 mpg is achievable.
The GTI is powered by the larger 2165 cc petrol engine.

This overhead camshaft unit produces 130 bhp PS-DIN at


5750 rpm and 139 lb ft DIN torque at 4250 rpm.
The combination of increased power and torque coupled with
the 5-speed gearbox results in a top speed up to 115 mph.
Fuel consumption in the GTI is equally good at up to 42.8 mpg
at a constant 56 mph.
The GLD and the turbocharged GRD and GTD are
powered by Peugeot diesel engines. These offer advantages
over their petrol engined counterparts particularly valuable to
business users. They are less complex and so more reliable.
To cope with higher temperature and pressures they are

stronger and much more durable. Their main advantage is their


remarkably low fuel consumption. The GLD model returns up
to 47.9 mpg at a constant 56 mph.
The 505 GLD is powered by the 2498 cc diesel engine
producing 76 bhp PS-DIN at 4500 rpm and 111 lb ft DIN torque
at 2000 rpm.
The turbocharged GRD model uses the 2304 cc diesel
engine producing 80 bhp at 4150 rpm and 136 lb ft DIN torque
at 2000 rpm. The turbocharged GTD model increases the power
of the 2498 cc diesel engine to 95 bhp PS-DIN at 4150 rpm and
152 lb ft DIN torque at 2000 rpm.

HOW THE TURBOCHARGER WORKS:

The turbine wheel (hot wheel) is driven by the energy


of the exhaust gases, spinning the shaft at very high speed,
up to 100,000 rpm. This, in turn, drives the compressor (or cold
wheel), which, using centrifugal force, compresses the incoming
air. When the pressure reaches 8.7 lb/sq ins (above normal
atmospheric), the exhaust gases are partially diverted by the
waste gate regulator before reaching the turbine wheel.
Since the resulting gases yield less energy, the speed of the
turbine wheel is stabilised therefore limiting the supercharging.

505GL and GLD


1971cc PETROL ENGINE
2498 cc DIESEL ENGINE
Big power right from the start of the range. The GL has
the 100 bhp PS-DIN 1971 cc twin choke petrol engine coupled
with a smooth 5speed manual gearbox.
The GLD is just as easy to handle. It has Peugeot's
2498 cc diesel engine that develops 76 bhp PS-DIN and
power assisted steering. It can return up to 47.9 mpg at a
constant 56 mph. .
Lavishly equipped inside and out, standard features
include laminated windscreen, inertia reel front safety belts,
reclining front seats with fully upholstered headrestraints,
zig-zag pattern cloth upholstery, digital clock, cigar lighter,
lockable glovebox and a push button radio with twin speakers.
The GL fascia has a display of 9 warning lights and the
GLD, 11. The additional GLD warning lights are for preheater
and water in the diesel fuel. On the petrol engined GL an
econoscope uses a continuous light display to show the driver
when fuel is being used most efficiently.
The driver's all round vision is improved by provision of
a remote control mirror on each front door. The interior driving
mirror dips for night driving. Powerful halogen headlamps,
heated rear window and rear fog lights are further evidence of
Peugeot's concern for your safety at all times.
The GUGLD offers superb driving economy, comfort
and value for money.

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505GL and GLD

505GR and GRD TURBO


1971cc PETROL ENGINE
2304ccTURBOCHARGED
DIESEL ENGINE
The 505 GR saloon has the 100 bhp PS-DIN petrol engine
of 1971 cc coupled to a 5-speed synchro gearbox. A 3-speed
automatic is available as an option at extra cost.
The GRD Turbo brings a new standard to diesel power
in luxury saloon cars. It makes no compromises on noise,
vibration or performance. You will find it a quiet revelation.
This Peugeot 2304 cc diesel unit develops 80 bhp PS-DIN at
4150 rpm. More important is the maximum torque of 136 lb ft
DIN at 2000 rpm. The turbocharger helps the GRD achieve a
real boost in power yet retain a remarkable fuel economy of
up to 47 mpg at a constant 56 mph. Power assisted steering
makes either version light and easy to drive both in parking
and on long trips.
A new feature of the 1985 GR and GRD turbo models is
the digital radio/stereo cassette unit with four speakers.
In addition to the front and rear balance control there is also an
automatic search and scan facility on all wavebands.
The up-down push button manual tuning and direct station
storage system make the pre-selection buttons easy to
programme.
Other standard luxury features include electric front
windows, tinted glass all round, central locking of doors and
fuel filler flap, full wheel covers and protective bodyside
mouldings.

505.\,

505GRand
GRDTURBO

505GTD TURBO
2498ccTURBOCHARGED
DIESEL ENGINE
For the driver who prefers diesel, the 505 GTD Turbo
offers a wickedly powerful alternative to the 505 GTI.
The 2498 cc turbocharged Peugeot engine represents
the state of the art in diesel development for luxury saloon cars.
Performance is comparable at every level with the best
in petrol engines yet this 95 bhp PS-DIN engine can achieve the
remarkable economy of up to 48.7 mpg at a constant 56 mph.
This is partly due to the powerful torque development of 152 lb ft
DIN at 2000 rpm. A pre-heater speeds easy starting in all
weathers. There is a water-in-diesel warning light on the fascia.
Apart from the power unit andthe two additional warning
lights the 505 GTD Turbo is identical in detailed specification
to the GTI model. They even share the same size 195/60 tyres
on alloy wheels.
Ease yourself into the contoureq driving seat. Adjust it
for height and take a look at the full instrumentation display.
The smooth 5-speed gearbox is an invitation to take to the open
road. Real driving satisfaction. Luxurious cosseted comfort for
your passengers. The total Peugeot experience.
Whichever version you choose, for business and leisure,
the Peugeot 505 is everything you've been looking for in a big
elegant touring car.

505GTD TURBO

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2165cc PETROL ENGINE
The motorway equivalent of the executive jet, the
Peugeot 505 GTI combines very high performance with luxury
specification.
The 2165 cc alloy fuel injection engine develops 130 bhp
PSDIN and the 5-speed manual gearbox can take you smoothly
to around 115 mph, where the law permits.
The GTI is very much a driver's car. The limited-slip
differential ensures optimum traction in wet or difficult
conditions. Servo assisted disc braking front and rear keeps the
powerful GTI under full control at all times.
Internally the contoured front seats provide.maximum
driver and passenger comfort. That combined with excellent
all-round visibility and an ergonomically designed instrument and
control layout ensures full driver confidence and satisfaction.
Luxury features include electric windows front and rear
and an electrically operated sunroof. Velour upholstery.
Rear seat head restraints. Stereo radio/stereo cassette with
electrically operated aerial.
The 505 GTI package has not been achieved at the
expense of practical economic motoring. With a 5-speed manual
gearbox up to 42.8 mpg can be achieved at a constant 56 mph
and with the automatic gearbox a creditable 38.2 mpg can be
expected.
With metallic or black paint, front and rear spoilers,
all included, the only options are a 3-speed automatic
transmission, leather seat trim and air conditioning.

The body colour 1lluslraled 1s nol available 1n lhc U.K.

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6YEARS'
ANTI-CORROSION
WARRANTY
All Peugeot cars have the benefit of a six years' anticorrosion warranty against perforation of all body and underbody panels and each unit is meticulously treated against
permanent spread of corrosion by total immersion in a
cataphoretic bath-a process which makes the body shell
particularly resistant to corrosion.
But Peugeot's answer to corrosion is not confined solely
to this technology innovation of anti-corrosive cataphoresis.
Used in addition are eight other processes which add up to
50 lbs of well established anti-corrosion coatings of proven
resistance value, and these are applied before and after the
cataphoretic bath.
To benefit from this warranty involves only two checks
of the car (taking about 2 hours depending on model, carried
out at the expense of the customer at the end of the second
and fourth years of service) at a Peugeot Talbot Dealer.
This 6 year anti-corrosion warranty is transferable on change
of ownership.
You thus have further proof, were it needed, that you
may regard the purchase of your Peugeot as a good investment.

1.
STEEL PANELS: All body parts
are thoroughly degreased to remove oil
deposited during the press operation and
to ensure full adhesion of the protective
finishes.
Corrosion resistant zinc or galvanised
plated panels are used invulnerable areas
or areas that would be difficult lo protect
after assembly.
2.
PHOSPHATING: This gives
protection against impacts and flaking;
it also improves the adhesion of the resin
film in the cathodic bath. Some box
sections are cleaned and phosphal ed
before the body shell is assembled.

3.
CATAPHORETIC BATH: This
deposits a corrosion-proofing epoxy film
15 to 20 microns thick on the whole body
shell. Box sections are pierced to assure
the protection of internal surfaces.

UNIQUE TRIPLE
COVER
In addition to the 6 year anti-corrosion warranty all
Peugeot cars described in this catalogue are covered by an
unlimited mileage warranty during the first twelve months
including both parts and labour, together with free breakdown
recovery, should it ever be needed ..~fl-ac:kl.ition,Joube..sa1+1e
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4.
JOINT SEALING: Sealing
between adjacent panels is assured by
mastic sealing strips on the inside and
outside.

5.
CRACKLE FINISH ANTI
CHIPPING COMPOUND (PVC): Oven
baked, this ensures protection to the
parts of the body that are subject to
abrasion from road chippings and stones
{the coat is I to 2 mm thick).

Your Peugeot Talbot Dealer will be pleased to explain


the terms and conditions of this unique triple cover.
As a Peugeot Owner you have the support of more than
500 Dealers in this country- and if you take your car abroad,
some 5,000 in Europe-all with special expertise gained from
factory training and aided by special tools and equipment to
ensure efficient and effective attention.
Naturally, your Dealer's efforts start before you see your
car. He carries out a careful check under our Road-Ready
programme to make sure your new car is as it should be.
All Peugeot Talbot Dealers in the United Kingdom are
bound by our Service Charter, designed to give you, the
Customer, a fair deal in all circumstances. Their knowledge and
skill are at your disposal- willingly and cheerfully.

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9.
WAX: Pressure injected 111to the
box sections. wax protects these inner
surfaces and prevents water mgress
between the panels.

10.
THICK WAX AND BITUMEN
COMPOUND: This is sprayed on to the
underside of the body-including the
wheel arches and suspension.

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CLEAR VARNISH: Applied on top
of metallic and black paints, this gives an
inc.reased brilliance and ensures protection of the colour pigment from the
corrosive elements.

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PRIMER: The paint undercoat
includes rustinhibiting pigments (zinc
chromate) to' further improve the anti
corrosion protection. This speciaI, flexible
primer also has anti-chipping properties.

7.
ACRYLIC LACQUER: This
thermosetting paint is baked at 130C,
the fast evaporation of the solvents giving
a coat with high protective quality.

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EXTENDED
MAINTENANCE
Peugeot are constantly endeavouring to improve their
product offering and reliability through their extended
maintenance programme which includes
1. Electronic ignition which on petrol engined models eliminates
the need for contact breaker points and provides instant
starting in cold and wet weather conditions, as well as
maintaining peak performance between major service
intervals.
2. Copper cored spark plugs which maintain a higher and more
consistent performance.
3. Low maintenance battery.
4. Diagnostic socket contributes significantly to speedy
checking and adjustment of engine tune, detecting elements
of the engine not working at full efficiency.
5. Low engine oil level warning light.
6. Water temperature warning light.

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SPECIFICATIONS

GL

ENG INE
Cubic Capacity
Numbers of Cylinders
Bore/stroke (mm)
Maximum Power BHP (PS-DIN)

GR

GRD
TURBO

GTI

GTD
TURBO

1971 cc

2498 cc
1971 cc
2304 cc
2165 cc
2498 cc
Four. Five bearing crankshaft with aluminium alloy cylinder head.
88 x81
94X 90
88 x81
94X 83
88 x89
94 x90
100
76
100
80
130
95
at 5000 rpm at 4500 rpm at 5000 rpm at 4150 rpm
at 5750 rpm
at 4150 rpm
16.4 (119)
15.3 (111)
16.4 (119)
18.8 (136)
19.2 (139)
21.0 (152)
at 3000 rpm at 2000 rpm at 3000 rpm at 2000 rpm at 4250 rpm at 2000 rpm
8.8:1
23:1
8.8:1
21:1
9.8:1
21:1

Maximum Torque MKG (lb ft) DIN


Compression Ratio
Electronic Ignition
Diagnostic Socket
Battery
Cooling
TRANSMISSION
Gearbox: Manual 5speed
3-speed automatic
STEERING
Rack and pinion power assisted (Not GL)
Turning Circle (between kerbs)
SUSPENSION
Front
Rear
BRAKES
Front: Disc
Rear: Drum
Rear: Disc
Servo assistance
DIMENSIONS
Overall length
Overall width
Wheelbase
WEIGHT kg (lbs)
Kerb weight
Max. towing weight (braked trailer)
FUEL TANK CAPACITY
BOOT CAPACITY
TYRES
INSTRUMENTS
Speedometer with odometer
Trip recorder
Fuel gauge
Water temperature gauge
Rev. counter
Econoscope
FASCIA WARNING LIGHTS
Handbrake
Low brake fluid level
Low oil pressure
Low oil level
Low fuel level
Battery charge
Water temperature
Break-down/stop (water /oil/ brakes)
Brake pad wear
Pre-heater
Water in Diesel Fuel
FUEL CONSUMPTION

GLD

12V/45 Ah

12V/45 Ah

12V/45 Ah

10.7 m (35.l ft.)

12V/60 Ah
12V/60 Ah
12V/60 Ah
Water cooled, closed circuit with expansion bottle. Electrically operated cooling fan.

10.4 m (34.l ft)

Independent coil springs with anti-roll bar and doubleacting hydraulic shock absorbers.
Independent coil springs with antiroll bar and double-acting hydraulic shock absorbers.
Split circuit with load compensator valve.

4.57m (180.3 in.)


l.73m (67.9 in)

l.74m (68.4 in.)


2.74m (108.0 in.)

1200 (2646)
1300 (2866)

1305 (2877)
1300 (2866)

175182 SR 14

GL

GLD

GR

1210 (2668)
1330 (2932)
1300 (2866) 1300 (2866)
70 litres (15.4 gallon)
523 DM 3 (18.5 cu. ft.)
185/ 70SR14

1235 (2732)
1300 (2866)

1340 (2954)
1300 (2866)

195/60HR15

GR
GRD
GTI
GTI
GTD
MANUAL
AUTO
TURBO
MANUAL
AUTO
TURBO
Constant speed driving 56 mph (90 kph)
42.2 (6.7)
47.9 (5.9)
42.2 (6.7)
36.7 (7.7) 47.9 (5.9)
42.8 (6.6)
38.2 (7.4)
48.7 (5.8)
Constant speed driving 75 mph (120 kph)
32.5 (8.7) 34.4 (8.2) 32.5 (8.7) 27.l (10.4) 34.9 (8.1)
33.6 (8.4)
30.l (9.4)
33.2 (8.5)
Simulated urban driving
25.0 ( 11.3) 32.5 (8.7) 25.0 ( 11.3) 25.9 (10.9) 32.l (8.8) 25.7 (11.0) 25.9 (10.9) 33.6 (8.4)
These mpg figures are the results of approved tests as recorded by the Department of Transport in official fuel economy certificates. Figures in brackets are L/lOOkm
INSURANCE GROUP
As recommended by the Accident Offices Association.
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5
5
5
6
5

SPECIFICATIONS
EXTERIOR
Driver's remote control door mirror
Passenger' s remote control door mirror
Hazard warning flashers
Halogen headlamps
Load adjustable headlamps
Reversing lamps
Rear fog lamps
Laminated clear windscreen
Tinted glass and laminated windscreen
2-speed windscreen wipers
Electric windscreen wash
Heated rear window
Intermittent windscreen wipe
Electric front windows
Electric rear windows
Electric sunroof
Central door locking and fuel filler flap
Hub caps
Full wheel covers
Alloy wheels
Protective bodyside mouldings
Front spoiler
. Rear spoiler
Metallic paint
Black paint
INTERIOR
Interior light delay
Interior courtesy lamp
Front and rear courtesy lamps
Map reading lamp combined with sunroof
Panel light rheostat
4speed heater / blower
Face level ventilation
Side window demist
Illuminated heater controls
Illuminated ignition keyhole
Cigar lighter
Four hockey stick armrests
Rear centre armrest
Centre console
Glovebox with lid
Glovebox lock
Glovebox lamp
Push button radio
Digital radio/stereo cassette, four speakers
Stereo radio/stereo cassette, four speakers
Electric radio aerial
Digital clock
Air conditioning
Soft rim steering wheel
Elasticated pockets behind front seats
Reclining front seats
Fully upholstered front seat head restraints
Fully upholstered rear seat head restraints
Rear seat belts
Zigzag cloth seat trim
Tweed cloth seat trim
Velour seat trim
Leather seat trim
Cloth inserts on door trim pads
Velour inserts on door trim pads
Carpet door kick pads
Tufted interior floor carpet
Vinyl boot mat
Rubber boot mat
Boot lamp

Standard equipment Options at extra cost X

GL

GLD

GR

GRD
TURBO

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x

x
x

GTI

GTD
TURBO

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NOTE: Please note that an


electric sunroof is not available as
standard or optional equipment
on Peugeot 505 Estate or Family
models .

Peugeot estates are no ordinary cars of their kind. Designed specifically as estates,
they have the engineering it takes to cope with the special demands placed on such a
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vehicle. So they work better than mere saloon adaptations.
First andforemost they are capacious and rugged load carriers. Capacious, because it
is space that owners really need. Rugged, so that they can shrug off the punishment of
being fi/!ed to the brim with all the family's holiday gear or when used to carry those
large heavy and awkward items.
At the same time the Peugeot designers believe that an estate should be able to lead
a double life. Rolling up its sleeves to shift the loads when required or alternatively
rolling out the red carpet for the social occasions, as a supremely comfortable and
elegant large car. The 505 range for 1987 can adapt to both extremes.
Power trains have been revised and there is a wider spread ofchoice. Fuel-injected or
carburettor petrol engines with 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission,
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in the 5-seater Estates or the unique 718 seater Family versions with their 3 rows of
seating. A diesel which is normally aspirated, with a 5-speed manual gearbox, in an
Estate or in a Family configuration. And a turbo charged diesel with automatic in a
Family model. Somewhere in this range there is the Peugeot 505 that matches your
needs.
Certain qualities are shared by every 505. An excellent s~andard of ride, thanks to
Peugeot suspension expertise. Levels of trim and equipment that would grace many
more expensive and pretentious saloon cars. Plus the ultimate in practicality: up to
79cu.ft. of load space, on a floor over 91" long in the 2-row Estates, and still a
potential 67.7cu.ft. and 81.1" load length even in the Family versions. And with
performance and economy.
Only thoroughbreds like the Peugeot 505 Estates and Family designs could have the
ability to work so hard. And so beautifully.

MODEL IUUSTRATID SOS GTI

A Peugeot is designed around two kinds of people: the driver and his passengers.
The 505 Estates and Family models have been developed with all the right dynamic
qualities, to appeal to the discriminating motorist, and all the right style and comfort to
appeal to driver and passengers alike. Only Peugeot's long pioneering experience
could produce a range of such practicality and good taste.
The lively engines and slick transmission, manual or automatic, bring out the best in
the enthusiast. Response is instant and gives afeeling of being at one with the vehicle.
Power-assisted steering and superb suspension result in handling that is light,
precise and sure-footed. The all-round visibility is outstanding, while the fascia and
console design puts instruments and 1Tiinor controls in exactly the right places.
The minute you take the wheel ofa505 Estate or Family you'//feel at home. cavernous
though they are, thesensation is one ofdriving a nimble compact saloon. To make life
easier onjourneys at night the powerful halogen headlamps can be adjustedfrom the

fascia to suit the varying loads being carried. The door mirrors are also remote
controlled, electrically on the GT/ and GTD TURBO versions.
Passengers enjoy a degree of luxury unusual in estate cars but entirely normal for
every Peugeot 505. Velour upholstery throughout the range, with matching door
inserts. Reclining front seats with head restraints plus, on the higher specifications,
heating elements and even height and lumbar support control for the driver. Full floor
carpeting in the load area too. Tinted glass all round.
Add to this a very flexible heating and ventilation system and a high-tech audio
package with four or six speakers. and it is obvious that the standard for these cars
is a premium in an ordinary estate.
For a rare experience in space travel ta~e offin one of the Peugeot505 Estate or Family
rangefor 1987.

TECHNOLOGY
ACTIVE AND
PASSIVE SAFE1Y

Two kinds of safet!:J are designed


into ever!:} Peugeot: ACTIVE
SAFETY, to help a driver avoid
dangerous situations, and
PASSIVE SAFETY, to provide the
maximum degree of protection
round the occupants of a car
involved in an incident.
ACTIVE SAFETY
For prompt and reliable response
to a driver's manoeuvres, a car
needs good weight distribution,
steering, roadholding, and
braking.
A 505 is inherent/!:} well balanced,
and the power-assisted rack and
pinion steering is precise, with
excellent feel. The suspension
S!:JStem for the 505 Estate and
Famil!:J range is tough enough to

take the loads t!:)picall!:J imposed


on dual-purpose vehicles but
supple enough to provide an
excellent ride. Up front there are
coil spring struts. The driven rear
wheels are mounted on a coil
sprung live axle, positive/!:}
located to combat lateral swa!:J
when heavil!:J laden. Front and
rear anti-roll bars, plus shock
absorbers of unique Peugeot
design, maintain optimum t!:}ret
road contact giving the driver
constant control.

Divided brake circuits are servo


assisted, with a load sensitive
pressure limiting valve to combat
premature rear wheel locking
under severe braking. Discs and
drums are standard and S!:JStem
integrit!:J is constant/!:} monitored
via fascia warning lights.
The large glass area gives
maximum a/I-round visibilit!:J,
helped b!:J the interior and remote
controlled door mirrors. The latter
are electrically operated on the
top models, with a heating
elementfor cold ordamp weather.
Tailgate wash/wipe and a
heated rear screen are fitted
across the range.
PASSIVE SAFETY
The front and rear sections of the
bOd!:J are shock absorbing structures, progressive/!:} deforming
under impact to shield the
passenger compartment. The
soft-rimmed steering wheel is
mounted on a collapsible column
and laminated screens are
standard.
Careful interior styling has eliminated sharp edges from the
fascia and seat belts are fitted for
all the occupants. For extra peace
of mind the rear passenger doors
have childproof locks.

6-YEAR SUPPLEME1'fTARY
ANTl-PERFORAT/01'f
WARRAN1Y
Because extensive perfo,ation protection measures
are applied during production. we also offer a 6-year
warranty against perforation of the bodywork due
to corrosion fron1 the inside of the box sections
which are nor accessible from the exterior.
To benefit f ram chis warranty involves only cwo
checks of che car (taking about 2 hours depending
on the model. carried our ac the expense of the
customer at che end of the second and fourth years
of service) or a Peugeot Talbot Dealer. This 6-year
anci-perforarion warranty is transferable on change
of ownership.
STEEL PANELS

All body parts are thoroughly degreased ro remove oil deposited


during che press operotion and ro ensure full adhesion of che
protective flnisties.
Per/oration resisranc zinc or galvanised placed panels are used in
vulnerable areas or areas thoc would be difficult ro protect after
asscml)ly.
PHOSPHATING

This gives proceccion against impacts and flaking; it also


improves the adhesion of che resin film in the electrophorecic both.
Some bOx sections are cleaned and phosphaced be/ore the body
shell is assembled.
ELECTROPHORETIC BATH

This depasits a perforation-proofing epaxy film 15 ro 20 microns


chick on the whole body shell. Box sections are pierced ro assure
the protection of incernal surfaces.

l
6

JOINT SEALING

sealing between odjocenc panels is assureo ~ 1mastic sealing srtips


on che inside and outside.
CRACKLE FINISH ANTI-CHIPPING COMPOUND (PVC)

Ove!1 baked, this ensures protection co the parts of the body that ore
sub;ect co abrasion from road chippings and scones (the cooc is rco
2mm thick).
PRIMER

The paint undercoat includes n1sc-inhibiting pigments (zinc chromate)


co further improve che anti-perforation protection. This special,
flexible primer also has anti-chipping properties.
ACRYLIC LACQUER

This thermosetting painc is baked at 13oc, the fast evaporation


of the solvents giving a coat with high protective quality.
CLEAR VARNISH

Applied on cop of metallic and black paints, this gives an increased


brilliance and ensures protection of the colour pigment from the
corrosive elements.
WAX

Pressure injected inco the bOx sections. wax protects these inner
surfaces and prevents water ingress between the panels.

PETROL ENGINES
For adequate power and response
when loaded up to their full
capacity the GR models5-seater Estate and 8-seater
Famil!:}-have a 1971 cc unit, with
either manual transmission or
the optional 4-speed automatic.
Ever!:J 505 engine has 4 C!:Jlinders,
a 5-bearing crankshaft, and an
aluminium allo!:J C!:Jlinder head.
Developing 108bhp (PS-DIN) at
5250rpm and 124/b.ft. torque DIN
at onl!:J 3000rpm, the 1971 cc
engine combines performance
with econom!:} and reliabilit!:J.
With 5-speed manual transmission the top speed potential is
around 104mph, andthe0-62mph
time is just under 13 seconds.
The GTI Estate and Famil!:J designs
offer staggering performance for
such cavernous practical cars.
The 2165cc injection engine
deliver,s 130bhp (PS-DIN) at
5750rpm and an impressive
torque DIN figure of 139/b.ft. at
4250rpm. These models can
accelerate to 62mph from a
standing start in around 11.2
seconds, and onward up to a
potential maximum of 108mph,
with manual transmission. Yet
Che!:J can still return up to
37.lmpg at a constant 56mph.
For constant tune and performance, first-time starting in
all weathers. and minimum
maintenance. all these Peugeot
petrol engines have transistorised breakerless ignition.
DIESEL ENGINES
The latest generation of diesel is
built to a new concept. The
C!:Jlinder head is light allo!:J, and
the overhead camshaft is driven
b!:J a toothed belt of a composite
material incorporating glass fibre
reinforcement. The cylinder block
has dr!:J liners, giving excellent
service over a long high-mileage
life. and a 5-bearing crankshaft is
standard.
Ultra-reliable because they
operate on the principle of
compression ignition. the diesels
in the 505 GRD Estate and Famil!:J
and the GTD TURBO Family are

quiet, as smooth as petrol


engines. and miserly on fuel. The
2498cc normally aspirated unit in
the GR models is mated with
5-speed .manual transmission
and capable of up to 44 .1 mpg at a
constant 56mph. Turbocharging
further increases efficiency and
particular/!:J the torque characteristics, so that the unique GTD
TURBO Famil!:J with its standard
4-speed automatic gearbox has
excellent acceleration. 0-62mph
in around 19.9 seconds, and can
achieve up to 39.2mpg at a
constant 56mph.
TRANSMISSION
Except for the GTD TURBO Family,
all 505 Estate and Family models
are equipped with a 5-speed
manual gearbox as standard,
with the extra-cost option of
automatic transmission on the
1971 cc GR and 2165cc GT/
versions. The GTD TURBO Family
is only available with the automatic gearbox.
The automatic is a 4-speed ZF unit
with partial mechanical b!:)-pass
of the fluid torque converter in 3rd
gear and 1000/o mechanical
lock-up in the overdrive top ratio.
This brings several benefits: it
improves fuel economy while still

offering 2-pedal motoring but


leaves the driver free to use the
gearbox manual/!:} to suit the
mood of the moment. Travel
without fatigue in the downtown
rush-hour crawl or use a more
urgent technique out on the open
road; with the ZF automatic the
choice is !:}Ours.
Additional/!:}, some drivers will
appreciate the limited-slip differential fitted to the GT/ versions.

These models set the standards


for their class, spelling oue a new
definition of space travel. Able
to swallow vast amounts of
luggage and accept very Jong or
bulky items, they also present an
interior of supreme comfort for
passengers.
Up to 79cu.ft. capacity in a
5-seater Estate and over 91"
load length. Up to 67.7 cu.ft. in the
8-seater Family versions and
81.1" in load length. Whichever model you go for there's
velour upholstery: good looking,
hard wearing, and sensuous to
the touch. No suggestion of a
spartan treatmentfor the sake of
practicality. Sheer opulence all
through, from the carpeted floor
and load area to the door lining
panels and hockey stick armrests,
from the electrically powered
front windows to the fourspeaker audio installation.
Petrol or diesel, these genuinely
large cars handle like thorough-

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transmission offers the ultimate
in tireless performance whatever
the load. With ratios ideally
matched to power and torque,
the owner can also achieve up
to 38.7mpg from the 1971 cc
engine, and up to 44.1 mpg from
the 2498cc diesel, at a constant
56mph in both cases.
For the ultimate in relaxed travel
choose the petrol-engined versions with the extra-cost option
of the ZF 4-speed automatic
transmission. Now you can enjoy
2-pedal driving but still get as
much as 37.2 mpg at a constant
56mph, thanks to the 4th-gear
direct drive feature.
The unique design of the 505
Family is the 3-row seating, all
facing forward, with split folddown ofthe centre row.The result
is easy access to the rear bench
seats and exceptional flexibility
in carrying people and/or
luggage.

If you're one of the growing band


ofdiesel enthusiasts as well as an
estate car user. but still demand
the ultimate in comfort plus
sparkling performance when you
put your foot down, the GTD
TURBO Family is for you.
It's a unique concept, new for
1987, with 7 seats in three
forward-facing rows, and a
potential 67.7cu.ft. of usable
luggage capacity when the centre
and rear seats are folded down.
Here is the ultimate in 2-pedal
motoring behind a muscular but
refined diesel, turbocharged to
deliver 1521b.ft. torque (DIN) at
only 2000rpm. The acceleration
is as smooth as you'd expect
from a thoroughbred, with the ZF
4-speed transmission quietly
selecting the optimum ratio.
All diesels benefit from the
extreme simplicity of their
operating principle, with no
carburettor. ignition coil, distributor, spark plugs or leads. Air
alone is admitted to each cylinder

and fiercely compressed to about


50/o of its normal volume, raising
its temperature to some 600
Centigrade. At the right moment
a precisely metered quantity of
fuel is spray injected and since
diesel spontaneously burns at
only 400C, ignition takes place.
Turbocharging increases the
inherent efficiency of the engine
by raising the pressure of combustion air even before it enters
the cylinder.
Because of the high internal
stresses, a diesel is very rugged in
its construction and consequently
very reliable. The 2498cc unit
in the GTD TURBO Family typifies
all that is best in modern diesel
design, needing a minimum of
maintenance and yielding exceptionally good fuel economy, up to
39.2mpg at a constant 56mph.
But there's more than just a
superb engine. All the GTI luxury
features are built into this
aristocrat.

Picture a supremely luxurious


5-seat car of 130bhp (PS-DIN).
Imagine 0-62mph in just over 11
seconds and a top speed of
around 108mph. Visualise true
GTl-style roadholding plus a
limited slip differential to make
the most of all that power. Then
add afolding rear seat and a
tailgate, and up to 79cu.ft. of
space for luggage, or garden
furniture, or a new chest of
drawers for the guest bedroom.
With over 91" of load length it's
amazing how you can get
moving in the 505 GT/ Estate.
Perhaps you need more than 5
seats: up to 7maybe. No problem.
We've got an outsize GT/ Family of
our own that's tailor made to take
care of yours. And all their holiday
gear. And the dog. And with
similar performance, yet capable
of up to 37.7 mpg at a constant
56mph. Where else could you get
so much out of a car, you can get
so much into?
In fact you can do even b~tter
than this by carefully adding
luggage onto these astonishing
cars. The roof rack side rails are

fitted as part of the standard


specification.
If the effort of coping with all that
lot sounds tiring, you can make
motoring easier for yourself by
opting for 4-speed automatic
transmission instead of the standard 5-speed manual gearbox.
The ZF system offers 2-pedal
driving with unprecedented fuel
economy, because 3rd gear has
partial mechanical b"!)-pass of the
torque converter and once y~ure
cruising in top, there is 100'0 direct
drive. so down town or out in the
country you get the best of both
worlds.
Power trains aren't the whole
story. There are.electric windows
on all four doors, alloy wheels,
metallic paint and remote central
locking. Six speakers and a
powered aerial for the audi~
package. And more. Even air
conditioning can be added at
extra cost if your tastes are
simple and you only want the
best.
505 GT/ Estate and Family.
The pursuit and capture of
excellence.

SPECIFICATIONS
ENGINE
Cubic copodcy (CC)
Number of cylinders
BoreJscroke 1mm1
Maximum Power BHP (PS-DIN)
Maximum Torque MKG (lb. ft.) DIN
Compression Ratio
Transistorised breakerless ignition
Battery
Cooling
TRANSMISSION
Gearbox: Monuol 5-speed
4-speed automatic
limited slip differential
STEERING
Rock and pinion pawer assisced
Turning circle /berween kerbs)

GR ESTATE

DIMENSIONS
Overoll lengeh
Overall width
wheelbase
W EIGHT KGS (LBS)
Kerb weight
Mox. cowing weight (braked uailer)

1911 cc
88x81
I08 oc 5250 rpm
17.2 (124) or 3000 rpm
8.8:1

GTDT FA MILY
AUTOMATIC

2498CC
94x90
95 at 4150 rpm
21.0 (152) oc 2000 rpm
21:1

12V/45 Ah
12Vl45Ah
12Vl60Ah
12Vl45Ah
12V/60 Ah
Water cooled, closed circuit with expansion boccie. Elecuically operated cooling fan. Viscous fan on GTD Turbo.

11.2m (36.15/t)

Independent using MacPhersan strucs and anti-roll bar.


live axle using coil springs with anti-roll bar and double-acting hydraulic shock absorbers.
Split circuit wieh load compensator valve.

4.90m (193.0in.J
l.73m (68.1 in.)
2.90m (tl4.2in.)
1340 (2955)
1300(2866)

1340(2955)
1300 (2866)

1415 (3120)
1300(2866)

1365 (3010)
1300(2866)

1510 (3330)
1300(2866)

70 litres (15.4 gallon)

LOAD AREA CAPACITY

GR/ GRD/GTI

Load floor lengeh: seats up


seats folded
Lood {loor width
Maximum height of tailgate opening
Load {loor area: seacs up
seacs folded
Load comparcment capacity: seocs up
seats folded

U8m 154.31n1
2.32m 191.31111

FAMILY/ FAMILY DIESEUGTI FAMILY/GTDT FAMILY AUTO


O72 m (28.3 in.)
2.06m 181.lin.)
t.15 m (45.3 in.I
0.82 m (32.3 in.)
0.921111 (9. 9 SQ. ft.)
2.65 m1 (28.5 SQ. ft.)
620DM 3 (21.9 cu.ft.)
1920DM 3 (67.1 cu. /ti

l.68m1 (18.1SQ. fl.)


3.00m 1 (32.3 SQ. ft.I
1120DM 1 (39.5 cu.ft.I
2240DM 1 (79.0 cu. f!.I

TYRES

FASCIA WARNING LIGHTS


Handbrake
Low brake fluid level
Low oil pressure
Low fuel level
LOW Coo/Ont level
Boccery charge
Water remperorure
Break -downlscop 1wotertoillbrokes)
Brake pad wear
Pre-heater
Water in Diesel Fuel

GTl/GTI FAMILY

1911 cc
2498cc
2165 cc
Four. Five bearing aonkshofc wieh aluminium alloy cylinder head.
88X81
94x90
88x89
IDB at 5250 rpm
76 oc 4500 rpm
130 ot 5000 rpm
17.2 (124JOt3000rpm 15.3 (1111or2000 rpm 19.2 (1391oc4250 rpm
8.8:1
23:1
9.8:1

FUEL TANK CAPACITY

INSTRUM ENTS
Speedomecer w1Ch odometer
Trip recorder
Fuel gauge
Water temperature gouge
Oil temperorure gouge
Rev. counter
Lighcs on warning buzzer

GRD/ FAMILY
DIESEL

GR ESTATE

SPECIFIC ATIONS

FAMILY/FAMILY
DIESEL

GTI ESTATE

EXTERIOR

SUSPENSION
Front
Rear
BRAKES
Front: Disc
Rear: Drum
Servo assistance

FAMILY

195170T14

185182 SR 14

PERFORMANCEcPeugeoc Test Figures. Manual Transmission only)


Maximum speed mph
104
0-62 mph 1100 kph) secs
12.8
INSURANCE GROUP
As recommended by Che Acddenc Off1Ces Associacion
5

104
12.8

90
19.5

108
11.2

96
19.9

Internally adjustable door mirrors

Elecoicolly operated and heaced door mirrors


Hazard wornmg flashers
Lood adjustable /1ologen headlamps (from fascia)
Reversing tamps
Rear fog lamps
Tinted glass and laminated windscreen
2-speed electric windscreen wipers
Intermittent windscreen wipe
Integral roofrack side roils
Heated rear window
Elecoic front windows
Elecoic rear windows
Tailgate wash/wipe wieh incemiittence
Central door and fuel filler {lop locking
Full wheel covers
Alloy wheels
Protective bodyside mouldings
Metallic paint
Block paint

Remote

Childproof rear door locks


SO/r rim steering wheel
flosticatecl pockecs behind front seacs
Reclining front seoLS
Lumbar adjustment of both front seacs
Heated /ronc seacs
Driver sear height adjustment
Fully upl1olstered front seat head rescoints
Inertia reel front and rear seat belts with cenrre rear lap belt
Split /aid dow11 second raw sear
Fold down third row sear
Mosaic cloth scoc trim
Matko velour seoc cnm
Cloth insercs on door cnm pods (matching sear oim)
carper door kick pods
Interior{loor carpet
Carpet load area covering
carpet load c1rea covering with rubbing strips

FUEL CONSUMPTION

Front

GTIIGTI
FAMILY

FronrtRear

GTl/GTI
FAMILY AUTO

Remote

INTERIOR
Dipping rear view mirror
sunvisors with passenger vanicy mirror
Front and rear grab handles
Courtesy lamps
Interior lamp delay
Panel light rlleosrat
Map reading and toad area lamps
4-speed hearer/blower
Face level ventilarion
Side window demist
Illuminated heater controls
Cigar lighter
Centre console
Overhead console
Glovebox lock
Glovebox lamp
Digital stereo radio/stereo cosserte witJ1four speokcrs
TWo additional fascia mounted speakers
flecuic radio aerial
Air conditioning with automatic temperature control

GTI FAMILY/GTDT
FAMILY AUTO

GR/FAMILY
MANUAL
38.1 (7.3)
28.8(9.8)
21.9112.9)

Front

GR/FAMILY
AUTO

FAMILY
DIESEL
44.8 (6.3)

FronrJReor

GTDTFAMILY
AUTO
39.2 (7.2)
28.2 (10.01
25.9 (10.9)

31.2 (7.6)
31.1 (7.5)
38.2 (7.4)
Constant speed dnvmg 56 mph (90 kph)
21.4 (10.3)
28.2 (ID.OJ
29.1 (9.7)
32.5 (8.11
constant speed dnv1ng 75mph1120 kphJ
23.1(I1.9)
24.t(tl.11
30.4 (9.31
23.3 (12.1)
Simulated urbon dnv1ng
These mpg figures ore Che resulcs of approved cescs as recorded by the Deportment of Tronsporc in official fuel economy certificates. Figures in brockecs ore UIOOkm.
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