- n. trademark A French manufacturer of cars.
- n. A car manufactured by Peugeot.
“The "5 BY PEUGEOT" concept incorporates Peugeot's HYbrid4 technology which, will be launched in 2011 in the Peugeot 3008.”
“Peugeot is a small brand with a limited presence in China that, according to consulting firm J.D. Power & Associates, doesn't even rank in China's top 20 auto brands by sales volume.”
“Emblazoned on the side of the duffel bag was the name of Peugeot, the French car manufacturer.”
“The name Peugeot is also synonymous with Peugeot Scooters and one of the most comprehensive ranges on the market, from 50 to 500 cm3.”
“The driver of the Peugeot was a 17-year-old girl on her green P-plates.”
“Peugeot, which is struggling to narrow a profitability gap with Volkswagen AG, saw its market share erode to 12.6 percent in the first nine months of 2011 from 13.5 percent a year earlier, according to the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association.”
“That would see Renault chasing after Peugeot, which is expecting to improve on its 5 per cent market share last year.”
“We called Peugeot to raise hell, but as you'll soon find out, I guess he deserved the cash.”
“Neither of them run, but I've sold the Alfa and hopefully someone would want to drop a new engine in the Peugeot, which is the best road car ever!”
“But as things stand the Peugeot is a few seconds faster than the Audi each lap.”
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