Specific: The Peugeot 504´s
primary role was staff car for garrison- and
Historical: The 504 Berline (sedan) was
introduced to the public on the 12th of September 1968.
Initially, the model range consisted of a 82 hp
carburettor model with 1796 cc 4 cylinder engine and the
Injection model with 1796 cc 4 cylinder engine giving 97
bhp. Both models were available with either manual
(column gear shift) or automatic (ZF 3HP22) transmission,
a sunroof was standard.
At 1969's Geneva salon, the Peugeot 504 Coupe and
Cabriolet were presented to the public. In late 1970 the
introduction of the new 1971 cc, 93 bhp engine for the
Berlline took place, while the Injection received a 104
bhp version of the same unit. Another brand new engine
was the 2112 cc Diesel, giving healthy 65 bhp. In
addition, all current models got a restyled steering
In September 1970, Peugeot presented the 504 wagon, being
longer than the Berline, also having a longer wheelbase,
a higher roof in the back and a solid rear axle with four
coil springs. The wagon was available as Familiale, Break
A Pick-up was added to the 504 family in 1979. It could
be ordered in countless different versions, with gas or
Diesel engines. After more than three million cars,
production of the 504 Berline ceased in Europe in 1983.
The 504s continued production in Argentina, China, Kenya
and Nigeria until end of 2001, although heavily modified.
Length: 4.48 m (175 inches).
Width: 1.69 m (66 inches).
Height: 1.46 m (57 inches).
Weight: 1.775 kg (3.905 lb.).
Engine: Own 4-cylinder, type 134 (XD2), 2.304 cm3
(140 cubic inches), liquid cooled.
Horsepower: 64 at 4.500 rpm.
Transmission: 3-speed, automatic.
Transfer case: None.
Electrical system: 12 volt, negative ground.
Brakes: Hydraulic, vacuum assisted.
Tyres: 175 - SR14.
without preparation: N/A.
with deep water fording kit: N/A.
Fuel type: Diesel.
Fuel capacity: N/A.
Additional: Also the 504 type F40 with
minor changes was delivered.