Peugeot 104 "Sundgau" (1978)

Peugeot 104 "Sundgau" (1978)

The Peugeot 104 designed by Paolo Martin and introduced at the September 1972 Paris Motor Show. On its launch, the Peugeot 104 was offered as a compact four-door fastback. Although it had a short, sloping rear end that suggested a hatchback, there was originally a separate boot/trunk, as on a conventional saloon. A three-door coupé was launched on a shortened chassis at the 1973 Paris Motor Show. A facelift in July 1976 saw the four-door saloon replaced with a five-door hatchback.


After three more facelifts in 1978, 1980 and 1980 production ended in 1986.

The available engines were a 954cc, a 1.124cc, 1.219cc and a 1.360cc, producing from 44 PS DIN to 93 PS DIN.

The model on these photos is a special version 1978 104 "Sundgau", which equiped with the 1.124cc engine produced 66 PS DIN at 6200rpm and 8,5kgm at 4000rpm. Top speed was 155km/h and it could accelerate from 0 to 100km/h in 15,5" sec.


In total 1.200 104 "Sundgau" were produced.

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