Peugeot 404 (1961-1975)
The Peugeot 404 came out in May 1960. Like its predecessor the 404 was designed by Pininfarina. Its angular styling was similar to that of the BMC A55 and Fiat 1800.
In all, Peugeot manufactured 2,779,926 404s. It was available in a number of body styles, including a coupé, cabriolet, break (station wagon), familiale (7-seater) and numerous commercial vehicle versions.
Production lasted until 1975.
|Specification||1971 Peugeot 404 76 hp|
|Engine||1618 cc 4-cylinder|
|Power||72 hp @5400 rpm|
|Transmission||4 speed manual|
|Suspension||Independent front, rigid rear|
|Brakes||Disc brakes front, drum brakes rear|
|Acceleration||0-100 km/h 17,8 sec|
|Dimensions||LxWxH 4,45x1,62x1,45 m|