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Hello everyone and enjoy riders !
First of all I am new on site, I have been owned in past ;
206 1.4 Hdi 2007 brand new for around 4years
407 1.6 Hdi 2008 for 2 years
508 2.0 Hdi 2013 for last 5 years ...now have been sold

My next purchase will be 308 GTI 2018 facelift 28000 miles 270Bhp in RED

Any advice for this next buying

I really appreciate
Thanks to everyone
 

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Hello everyone and enjoy riders !
First of all I am new on site, I have been owned in past ;
206 1.4 Hdi 2007 brand new for around 4years
407 1.6 Hdi 2008 for 2 years
508 2.0 Hdi 2013 for last 5 years ...now have been sold

My next purchase will be 308 GTI 2018 facelift 28000 miles 270Bhp in RED

Any advice for this next buying

I really appreciate
Thanks to everyone

Hi I own a 308swGT 180 BHP 2016 and I love it
 

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Make sure there is plenty of meat left on the brakes and pads as they cost an absolute fortune to replace. Personally I would look at the Gt as it will cost a lot less to run but you will still get a lot of enjoyment out of it. Its horses for courses though and deep down I am a tight arse that would not spend nearly a grand on set of disks and pads
 

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You're brake pistons will most likely cease like all other GTIs. Theres a real problem with them. Also warping disks if your not careful.

Apart from that they are the real major issues.
 

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According to Peugeot Service Box the front brake calliper part numbers for the 380mm x 32mm vented front brakes changed on March 7th 2016 from RPO 14364 onwards & there are also service / exchange ones available for these later cars.
 
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