Specific: The Peugeot 604 was acquired in
1977 for use by higher-ranking officers (normally
generals of a division, etc.). Later superseded by the Peugeot
Historical: The 604 was shown for the first time
at the Geneva Motor Show in 1975, even though it was not
yet completely finalised. Sales started in September same
The first engine was a joint development between Peugeot,
Renault and Volvo. After lengthy research, the motor
ended up as a V6 with an initial capacity of 2664 cm3.
In 1978 the ZM114 engine with Weber carburettor and 122
hp was introduced, and the model was modified in various
A 2.3 liter turbo charged diesel engine was introduced in
In 1984 a new 2.8 liter petrol engine and a 2.5 liter
turbo charged diesel engine was introduced.
The 604 shared many common parts with the 504.
When production ceased in
November 1985 nearly 153 000 vehicles had been produced.
Length: 4.72 m (184 inches).
Width: 1.77 m (69 inches).
Height: 1.43 m (56 inches).
Weight: 1.950 kg (4.290 lb.).
Engine: Own V6-cylinder, type ZM 112, 2.664 cm3 (162
cubic inches), carburettor, liquid cooled.
Horsepower: 136 at 5.750 rpm.
Transmission: 3-speed automatic.
Transfer case: None.
Electrical system: 12 volt, negative ground.
Brakes: Hydraulic, vacuum assisted.
Tyres: 190/65 - HR390.
without preparation: N/A.
with deep water fording kit: N/A.
Fuel type: Petrol.
Fuel capacity: 70 liter (15 gallons).
Range: 275 km (172 miles).
Crew: 1 + 4.
Additional: Both delivered in olive drab
and civilian colours. Servo assisted steering.
Acquisition price was around 80.000 DKr. Later delivered
as type 604A6 with a type 154A (ZNJK) engine, and other