USED LOW MILEAGE, RECONDITIONED & NEW UNITS AVAILABLE
ALL UNITS COME WITH 6 OR 12 MONTHS WRITTEN WARRANTY
VEHICLE RECOVERY AND FITTING AVAILABLE
NATIONWIDE & WORLDWIDE DELIVERY
Sample Remanufactured Engines
Remanufactured Peugeot Engines
When looking for a remanufactured Peugeot engine, you should first know what is remanufactured engine? It can mean any engine used to replace the original unit, which has been stripped down, inspected and all wearable items are replaced with new ones in order to bring the condition of the engine close to original specifications. Then the units would be reassembled tested and made ready for resale.
You will get familiarized with many terms while you search for re manufactured Peugeot engines, you will see options for different grade units available such as reconditioned, recon, remanufactured or reworked. All of these terms denote units that have been inspected to some standard of inspection and certain parts are replaced in order to make sure the finished product is reliable and fit for use. The Peugeot re-manufactured engines category should not be confused for either the second hand, used or new units as they are all totally different in their respective definitions. Peugeot Engines remanufactured tend to withstand more punishment compared to used or second hand engines. These remanufactured engines are close to new engines when it comes to performance and reliability.
At Idealengines.co.uk, we provide you excellent remanufactured Peugeot engines that you are looking for. Our remanufactured Peugeot engines inventory keeps updating round the clock. Get the best price, and most up-to-the-minute remanufactured Peugeot engine specs call our highly trained engines specialist now at 020 8596 0396. A real, live engines specialist would help you find an affordable remanufactured Peugeot engine for your car or truck and you get quick answers for any of your questions. You'll get a totally 100% free no obligation quote for a remanufactured engine you need with experienced attentive, hassle-free customer service.
Remanufactured Peugeot Engines History
1810 : The brothers Jean-Pierre and Jean-Frederic Peugeot changed into a steel foundry and plant for manufacturing saw blades, constructed the company Peugeot Bros. This is the beginning for the Peugeot family's industrial vocation.
1858 : The Lion brand is officially registered; activities become more industrialized and branch out: tools for all sorts of trades, household utensils, including the famous coffee grinders, sewing machines and various other items, including the frames for Second Empire crinolines.
1885 : Armand Peugeot sets up bicycle produce at the Beaulieu plant.
1889 : He displays the first steam-powered tricycle at the Paris World Exhibition. That makes Peugeot one of the prepares of the automobile. The following year Peugeot deserted steam in favor of petrol.
1896 : A new company was formed, 'Societe des Automobiles Peugeot', devoted completely to automobile manufacture. At the same time, the 'Sons of Peugeot Bros' company carried on its traditional activities: tools, bicycles and shortly motorcycles, and between 1905 and 1915 a range of light vans called 'Peugeot Lion'.
1910 : The two firms combined under the name 'Societe Anonyme des Automobiles et Cycles Peugeot'. The family then hit the nascent automobile market.
1923 : Peugeot launched the Baudichon lion.
1925 : Peugeot launched the Marx lion.
1935 : The aerodynamic design, the symbol of an entire epoch, would manipulate car design until World War II. At Peugeot, it terminates in the launch of the 402.
1948 : The heraldic lion made its appearance on the 203.
1960 : Peugeot changed from being an authority to the production of classic sedans and small models.
1965 : Having become a holding company under the name Peugeot S.A., the make changes the logo: just the lion's head is retained on a triangular shield. Three years later the lion head is enclosed in a square, making a brand sign as it is today. The cars' radiator grills in the meantime carry on to sport the heraldic lion.
1974 : The Peugeot Group gets control of Citroen.
1976 : The attainment of the chevron brand was finished.
1978 : The second oil crisis caused a crisis in the automobile industry, following three decades of growth. Peugeot determined to adjust itself without wait to an environment that had strongly changed. This implicated guarantee the long-term survival of the business, and maintaining its self-determination.
1980 : Taking over the European subsidiary of Chrysler and the Talbot adventure shook the company's solidity. The success of the 205 and a major restructuring of the organization put Peugeot back on the road to success.
1997 : The begin of a major industrial reorganization, with the implementation of a platform policy and shared industrial tools at Peugeot-Citroen. Each brand kept its name, personality and sales network. That was the starting of a huge exercise in restored the range, starting with the 206, after by the 607, then the 307, and most recently the 407.
1998 : The visual identity of Peugeot modified again: the paws, added in the same scale, add force to the power and balance of this feline; the blue, piercing eye symbolizes the long-term revelation of the make. The lion is now complete and metallized to apply to the brand's values (sure, dynamic, esthetic), and is integrated in the design of its newest models.
2002 : Now called the 'Blue Brand', the logo modifies again to better reflect the Peugeot brand's ambitions. Still absolute and metallized, it has had black added to the blue to show the lion's shadow. Balanced in shape and proportions, the logo and the car Brand are by now indivisible.
We deliver Remanufactured Peugeot Engines to the following areas
(Highland, Argyll and Bute, Dumfries and Galloway, Aberdeenshire, Perth and Kinross, Scottish Borders, Na h-Eileanan Siar (Western Isles), Moray, Stirling, Angus, South Lanarkshire, Shetland Islands, Fife, East Ayrshire, South Ayrshire, Orkney Islands, North Ayrshire, East Lothian, North Lanarkshire, West Lothian, Midlothian, Falkirk, City of Edinburgh, Renfrewshire, City of Aberdeen, City of Glasgow, East Dunbartonshire, East Renfrewshire, Inverclyde, Clackmannanshire, West Dunbartonshire, City of Dundee)
Nothern Ireland UK
(County Antrim, County Armagh, County Down, County Fermanagh, County Londonderry, County Tyrone, Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Waterford, Kilkenny, Derry (Londonderry), Belfast, Galway, Armagh, Newry, Lisburn)