Tyre pressure Peugeot 406 Break

Find the tyre pressure for Peugeot 406 Break in the below inflation table for different engine powers and tyre sizes.

The inflation pressures indicated (bar) are valid for cold tyres, They should be checked at least every 15 days. When driving exclusively on motorways or with a partial load, we recommend using the same inflation pressure as when driving with a full load.

EngineTyre sizeFront pressureRear pressureFront loadedRear loaded
1.6185 70 R14 88T2.
1.6195 65 R15 91H2.
1.8 u2013 115195 65 R15 91H2.
1.8 u2013 115205 60 R15 91V2.
1.8 u2013 90185 70 R14 88T2.
1.8 u2013 90195 65 R15 91H2.
1.8 u2013 90205 60 R15 91V2.
1.9 TD195 65 R15 91H2.
2.0 Hdi 110195 65 R15 91H2.
2.0 Hdi 110205 60 R15 91V2.
2.0 Hdi 90195 65 R15 91H2.
2.0 Hdi 90205 60 R15 91V2.
2.0 Sport HPi 140195 65 R15 91V2.
2.0 Sport HPi 140205 55 R16 91W2.
2.0 Sport HPi 140205 60 R15 91V2.
2.0 u2013 135 16 V195 65 R15 91V2.
2.0 u2013 135 16 V205 55 R16 91W2.
2.0 u2013 135 16 V205 60 R15 91V2.
2.1 12VTD195 65 R15 91H2.
2.2 Hdi 135205 55 R16 91W2.
2.2 Hdi 135205 60 R15 91V2.
2.2 Sport 160205 55 R16 91V2.
2.2 Sport 160205 60 R15 91V2.
2.9 V 6 210205 60 R15 91V2.
SV 2.0 Turbo195 65 R15 91V2.
SV 2.0 Turbo205 60 R15 91V2.

Front pressure, Rear pressure: Tyre pressure front and rear with empty car with driver and one passenger / Front loaded, Rear loaded: Front and rear tyre pressure with a loaded car or with additional passengers.

* These tyre pressure data are provided for information purposes only. Tyre pressure does not warrant or make any representations regarding the use or results of the use of this information. It is essential that you consult your vehicle owner’s manual for the correct inflation pressure for your tyres.

** It is essential to maintain the correct inflation pressures for the Tyre pressure Peugeot model 406 Break, Low tyre pressure and under-inflated tyres can lead to excessive tyre wear, poor handling and reduced fuel economy. High tyre pressure and over-inflated tyres can result in reduced traction, poor braking and may even lead to a tyre blowout. Regularly check the tyre pressure and maintain correct inflation to enjoy safe, comfortable driving, save money on fuel and keep car insurance premiums low.

*** To check the tyre pressure of the Peugeot 406 Break, you’ll need to know the recommended tyre inflation and a gauge or your System TPMS ((always make sure you have a tyre spoons and levers or tyre valve tools)), Check tyre inflation when tyres are “cold” and have not been driven on for at least 3 hours. Adjust tyre inflation Peugeot 406 Break to the recommended tyre pressure levels as required by adding air with a air compressor Tyre pressure Peugeot 406 Break.

**** Tyre pressure fluctuates with ambient temperatures, so when temperatures drop, tyres can lose pressure. Never over-inflate above the pressure indicated on the tyre sidewall. Be sure to check tyre pressure regularly in winter to keep tyres properly inflated for safe driving on snow and icy roads, Consult your owner’s manual for recommended winter tyre pressure Peugeot 406 Break.