1960-1975, 1847568 produced.
Saloon,4 doors,4 seats
Estate,5 doors,4 seats
Peugeot introduced their 404 in May 1960. Once again the body was designed by Paninfarina. Although the car appeared bigger than the 403 it was at 4,420 mm (174 in) actually 50 mm (2 in) shorter and also 60 mm 2 3/8 in) lower. A variety of engines were available for the car, from 1,468 - 1,816 cc, with the latter having petrol-injection. There were also two diesel engines.
The 404 was sold in great numbers.
Peugeots had built a reputation for fuel economy, the space in their cars, and good road-holding.
|Top Speed||0-60||SQM||MPG||Engine Pwr||Comment|
|90 mph||19.9 s||22 mpg|
|Description||Auctioneer||Date||Hammer Price||Hammer Price
|045||Peugeot 404L Berline (1964)||Poulain LeFur||4 Mar 2002||Not sold|
|048||Peugeot 404C (1968)||Poulain LeFur||28 Jun 1999||FF58000.00||-|
|ISBN||Title||Publisher||Buy this book|
|1588500195||Peugeot 404 1960-1975 Owners Workshop Manual||Brooklands Books|
|Publication||Octane March 2007|
|Peugeot's pioneer - Europe's current fondness for diesel-engined cars owes much to Peugeot 404 which, almost 42 years ago, lapped Monthlery for three days at 100mph. Octane's man treid it, and was impressed,|
Shootout - Morris Oxford VI and Peugeot 404.
|Publication||Classic Car Weekly 23 March 2006|
|Shootout - Morris Oxford VI and Peugeot 404.|
Classic Drive: Peugeot 404
|Publication||Classics April 2005|
|Classic Drive: Peugeot 404 Commute- 404 - Peugeotís 404 saloon was until quite recently a common sight around the world, so what made them so popular? And could you drive one through a London rush hour? Mike Renaut takes the wheel to find out.|
Classic & Sports Car June 2001 pg 148
|Publication||Classic & Sports Car June 2001|
|Peugeot 404 vs Oxford - They look alike but how do they drive?|