( Worldcarfans ) - Following the recent introduction of the firm's 2.0-litre HDi oil-burner into the 407 Coupe range, Peugeot have released a further specification to the line-up - the Bellagio. Available exclusively on this 136 hp HDi model, the Bellagio 407 Coupe combines high specification with the performance and environmental benefits of Peugeot's HDi unit, which falls into band D of vehicle excise duty with emissions of 156g/km of CO2.
Starting at ?21,995 on the road, the Bellagio offers thousands of pounds worth of accessories and exclusivities over the standard Sport spec. Among them is Peugeot's RT4 Multi Media System, which, ordinarily optional at ?995.00, features colour satellite navigation (with European mapping), traffic information, audible voice-activated GSM phone and an MP3 player with 30gb hard drive.
Exterior upgrades include 18" alloy wheels, up an inch over Sport-specced models, while twin chromed exhaust pipes are also included at no extra cost. The new spec is available in Flamenco Red or new Nera Black metallic paint. The Bellagio is available for ordering now.