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Introducing the PEUGEOT 309 1.9 GTI 1987
The Peugeot 309 1.9 GTi is classed as a Family cars by the majority of its drivers.

The Engine is1905 ccm (115,66 cubic inches) and is situated in the Front of the vehicle.Peugeot 309 1.9 GTi vehicles has valves per cyliner in a Inline, 4 cyl engine

The 309 1.9 GTi has a maximum power output of 131.80 PS (96,52 kW or 129,35 HP) at 6000 Rev. per min. with torque 161.00 Nm (16,32 kgf-m or 118,21 ft.lbs) at 4750 Rev. per min.

More informaion is available on the Peugeot 309 1.9 GTi 1987 in our easy to follow table below

  Specifications Table
Catagory Family cars  Chasis Sedan/saloon 
Engine 1905 ccm (115,66 cubic inches)  Turning Circle 11 m (430,93 inches) 
Engine Position Front  CO2 Emissions  
Valves per Cyl   Length 4060 mm (159,00 inches) 
Max Torque 161.00 Nm (16,32 kgf-m or 118,21 ft.lbs) at 4750 Rev. per min.  Height 1390 mm (54,43 inches) 
Max Power 131.80 PS (96,52 kW or 129,35 HP) at 6000 Rev. per min.  Width 1630 mm (63,88 inches) 
Bore/Stroke 83.1 x 88.0 mm (3,28 x 3.5 inches)  Max Weight(loaded)  
Engine Type Inline, 4 cyl  Towing Weight  
Compression 9.6:1  Ground Clearance 130 mm (5,07 inches) 
Top Speed   Wheelbase 2480 mm (97,11 inches) 
Fuel   Cooling Liquid 
Transmission Manual, 5-speed  Front Brakes Ventilated disks 
Power to Weight 0.1417 PS/kg  Rear Brakes Disks 
Seats Front Leg Room  
Passenger Space 4150 litres (1090,52 gallons)  Drag Co-eff  
0-100km (0-60mph) 7.8 seconds  Cargo Space  
Drive Front  Lubrication  
Country of Origin   Fuel Cons mixed  
Front Tyre   Fuel Cons Urban  
Doors Fuel Cons Rural  
Rear Tyre   Tank Capacity 55.0 litres (14,46 gallons) 
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