Peugeot 504 1968-1983

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Peugeot 504

In various African, South American and Asian markets variants of the Peugeot 504 were produced up until the mid-2000’s.

The pick-up models of the 504 had an extended production run until 1996 in France.


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Which body style do you prefer?

  • Sedan
  • Estate
  • Coupé
  • Convertible
  • 2dr Pick-up
  • 4dr Pick-up
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Which appearance do you prefer?

  • Series I (1968-1973)
  • Series II (1974-1983)
  • South American Facelift (1991-2000)
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Which engine options do you prefer?

  • 1.6L Inline-4 (Pick-up only)
  • 1.8L Inline-4
  • 2.0L Inline-4
  • 2.7L V6
  • 2.0L Inline-4 (Diesel)
  • 2.1L Inline-4 (Diesel)
  • 2.3L Inline-4 (Diesel)
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Which drivetrain do you prefer for Estate and Pick-up models?

  • RWD
  • AWD (Dengel)
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Forza Motorsport:

Peugeot 504 TI No.15 Rallye (1975)

Forza Horizon:

Peugeot 504 Cabriolet (1977)
Peugeot 504 Coupe (1976)

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1976 Peugeot 504 Coupé


Peugeot 504 in all its versions, rally, dakar and tourism, as well as on the street, is a very used car in Latin America, I suggest it more than anything because it is a very common car, with awards in its history and that was also the car that we were rebuilding with my father a few years ago and I would be excited to see it there, among others also the Peugeot 504 Pick

Peugeot 504 street/stand
The Peugeot 504 is an E-segment car produced by the French manufacturer Peugeot and designed by Pininfarina. The 504 was launched on September 12, 1968 and its production ended in France in 1987, although the pick-up continued to be manufactured until 1999. Its production continued in Argentina from 1983 to 1999 uninterruptedly by SAFRAR and Sevel Argentina, being the fourth most manufactured and sold car in that country. The 1,600 cc engine. (85hp at 5100 rpm) with a compression ratio of 8.0:1, the 1,800 cc. (77hp at 5100 rpm) with a compression ratio of 7.65:1 and the 2,000 cc engine. (89 hp at 5200 rpm) with a compression ratio of 7.65:1.


504 Rally
The dimensions of the Peugeot 504 GRTn from 1984 were the following: length, 4,532 millimeters; width, 1,690 millimeters; height 1,460 millimeters; wheelbase, 2,740 millimeters; front gauge, 1,420 millimeters and rear gauge, 1,330 millimeters. The approximate weight was 1,167 kilograms and the load capacity was 510 kilograms. The fuel tank had a capacity of 50 liters and the steel-belted radial tires were 195/70 HR x 14 inches.

The maximum speed was 175 kilometers per hour with a consumption, at a constant 80 kilometers per hour, of 7.32 liters per 100 kilometers traveled. This consumption was achieved in fifth gear. Initially, the rally version of the Peugeot 504 GRTn had a power of 165 HP and according to data provided, it reached 185 HP.

504 tourism

504 Dakar

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