1955-1967, 1214121 produced.
Saloon,4 doors,4 seats
Estate,5 doors,4 seats
The body of the new 403 had been designed by Pininfarina in Turin. The car was more spacious than the 203 although mechanically the cars had much in common. The 403 though had a 1,468 cc engine that produced 58 bhp. In common with the 203, this model was available in different body forms.
The 403 was the first car with which Peugeot sold more than 1,000,000. The car was also available with a diesel engine after 1959.
|Top Speed||0-60||SQM||MPG||Engine Pwr||Comment|
|81 mph||24 s||25 mpg||58 bhp|
|Description||Auctioneer||Date||Hammer Price||Hammer Price
|301||Peugeot 203||Historics at Brooklands||26 May 2012||Not sold|
|004||Peugeot 403 B5 Familiale (1961)||Poulain LeFur||10 Dec 2001||£25000.00||-|
|409||Peugeot 403 (1958)||Brooks||29 Jul 1999||£3000.00||-|
|016||Peugeot CD 66C (1967)||Poulain LeFur||26 Jan 1997||FF380000.00||-|
Peugeot 403 1955-66
|Publication||Classic Cars September 2011|
|Peugeot 403 1955-66 - A superbly balanced piece of design that established the French marque in the global post-war market.|
Group test. - One in a milion
|Publication||Practical Classics June 2003|
|Group test. - One in a milion - They may not have changed the world, but each of these cars found favour with more than a million happy customers - the first time this feat had been achieved by the manufacturers in question. Nigel Boothman gets his chquebook out. Renault 4 CV 1957, Toyota Corona 1 1966, Ford Anglia 105E 1960, Morris Minor Million 1960, Peugeot 403 1960, Skoda 1000 MB 1965.|