The Peugeot Type 6 was the ordinally last Peugeot vehicle to carry over the tired 2-hp 565 cc V-twin from the earliest Peugeot models. It was larger than the Type 5 and offered for 1894 only. A mere 7 units were built and sold, of which one survives in Louwman's museum in the Netherlands.
|Peugeot Type 6|
|Manufacturer||S. A. des Automobiles Peugeot|
|Production||1894 - 7 units produced|
|Engine||0.6 L V-twin|
|Wheelbase||1.65 metres (65 in)|
|Predecessor||Peugeot Type 5|
|Successor||Peugeot Type 7|