Davide Cironi takes us on a ride on one of the models iconic Peugeot in the 1990s. This is the Peugeot 106 Rallye of the first series, equipped with engine 1.3 100 BHP of power.
Andl Peugeot 106 Rallye is among the handful of models that marked to fire the 90’s and every enthusiast of the motor surely will remember. It was a sort of “car project” that Peugeot offered in two different versions, one with engine 1.3 liter with 100 HP of power and another with a 1.6-103 HP.
Outwardly they are recognized by their bumper design specific and wheels of steel painted in white color. Only offered with the body painted in white, red, black, yellow, and blue.
In-plane mechanical, 106 Rallye used an evolution of the chassis of the Citroën AX and had a suspension McPherson front and in the rear axle trailing arms linked by torsion bars. With just 825 kilograms of weight, the fun was insured in the mountain roads.
Davide has tried one of the models of the first series, i.e. the ones that came with the 1.3-liter, 100 HP, no power steering or ABS brakes. And she liked it so much.