Peugeot 306 1993-2002

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Peugeot 306


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Which bodystyle do you prefer?

  • Hatchback
  • Sedan
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Which version do you prefer?

  • Phase 1 (1993-1997)
  • Phase 2 (1997-1999)
  • Phase 3 (1999-2002)
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This with the Dimma kit / WRC kit has got to be in the game

Dimma




WRC


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306 cabriolet

With Dimma kit


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Isn’t that Peugeot 306 on the screen below (picture in the red circle)?

It could have been teased in June, when announcing the opening of the new forza.net: Welcome to the new Forza.net!

At least I hope it was a teaser…

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No way how’d you spot that, you legend

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That’s a DiRT Rally 2.0 screenshot.

Odd…

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You’re right :open_mouth:


That’s really odd…

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It would be pretty fun to tune, given the variety of body kits available for it.

Then how comes it’s in the Forza website

It’s not anymore, they’ve updated this page and removed Peugeot quietly :smile:

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WRX seems good

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1999 Peugeot 306 Rallye

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Imagine having the DTurbo especially the 1.9 version

I imagine the Peel would have a new rival

Nah more towards the Retro Hot Hatch category as the Peels are Cult Cars even though the DTurbo has a significant place in car culture

I meant performance wise

With 91hp in the 1.9 engine in the Phase 2 DTurbo, I’m not quite sure, it might not be that powerful but it’s a lot more than the Peels

let it be the base spec (especially diesel) and then have the engine swaps and visual mods needed to make the higher specs

Not WRC, but Formula 2 ( F2 ) a class for naturally aspirated rally cars in the 1990s, all cars had to fwd, have 2 liter n/a 4 cylinder engines, which in the end of the 90:s produced around 280-290 hp, and sounded incredible.
The Peugeot 306 Maxi as the rally version is called, was very close to win several tarmac rallys outright, finishing second outright as best, ahead of many 4wd turbo WRC cars.
The 306 Maxi revved to 10 000 rpm + and is a must in FH5 :slight_smile:

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Totally elite car, we need more common cars especially diesel ones like this