The peugeot 306 was produced to nearly 3 million copies from 1993 to 2002 (1997 to 2002 for the station wagon and 1994 to 2002 for the convertible and sedan).
The Peugeot 306 Cabriolet was presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in autumn 1993 and marketed from March 1994 to 2002. Its design is due to the famous Italian coachbuilder Pininfarina.
Traditional convertible with soft canvas roof, with a separate hood and therefore a luggage compartment with a fixed and relatively large volume for a vehicle of this type, it is the latest produced by Peugeot, which will be oriented then to the Coupé Cabriolet formulas. A large majority of the models were assembled in the Pininfarina factories in Cambiano, in the suburbs of Turin.
The 306 cabriolet was awarded the title of the most beautiful convertible of the year in 1994 and at the Geneva Motor Show in 1998 the price of the cabriolet of the year.
On 31 August 1998, the 50,000 th copy was assembled in Turin.
The options available were:
- hard top, (12 000 FRF) making the 306 convertible more pleasant for the winter.
- electric hood,
- air conditioner,
- alloy wheels,
- leather upholstery,
- capote blue, red, or green on the restylées versions (option not paying).
Some options were fitted in series on the 2-liter engines. Phase 3 was equipped with ABS as standard.
Outside of France, there are special versions such as platinum (Germany) or Switzerland (Switzerland) equipped with heated leather seats and headlamps as standard, air conditioning is also standard. These versions are only available with the 2.0 16V 135hp engine, however some rare models exist in 1.8 16V.
The 306 series Roland Garros was offered on all 306 models (sedan, station wagon, convertible) until 2000 and 2002 for the convertible and the station wagon.
The Roland Garros special series has an improved equipment, it has an electric sunroof, a white semi-leather interior with car color fabric medallions, as well as red safety belts reminiscent of the colors of the car. the clay of Roland Garros on phases 1 & 2. The aluminum wheels are standard.
Phase 3 will adopt a leather beige & green signed Roland Garros, belts matching the saddlery (beige), a leather sport steering wheel with 3 branches. On the cabriolet, the hood is electric.
The colors are Green Roland Garros M0RP at the beginning then Green Grand Slam M0QL from June 1995 until 2002.
The Ad that caught our attention is this Peugeot 306 convertible Roland Garros put into circulation in June 1995 with168 500 km.
The vehicle is in good general condition according to its owner despite some defects with age.
All the electric works, hood, window … the distribution was made at 162900km. The 4 tires are new, rear window bezel in good condition no leak.
Interior is in good condition with no tear. Exhaust system is new.
A youngtimer already collector and certainly one of the most beautiful designs of Pininfarina.
It is sold with a valid “contrôle technique” dating from January 2019 but will be done again for the sale.
Its price: € 5900
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