by Robert Jex & Em Willmott
The 106, one of the most popular hot hatches, has a massive following in the car modifying world. Before you start on the modifying trail, remember: anything which makes your car look more Saxo-like is bad! Individuality is what modifying's all about.
When Peugeot were looking for ways to replace the 205 they gave us the 106, based on the Citroën AX. The Peugeot's always been a better-looking car, and the much-improved 106 Mk2 drew a line between the two makes. Underneath, they're almost identical, so there's a massive range of kit out there.
Buy the kit you like, then we'll show you how to fit it with our extensive full colour Haynes Max Power step-by-step guide to DIY modifying.
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