Peugeot took the 307 Break into production in 2002. It was made as a 5-door Estate. The Peugeot 307 Break was available with several engine configurations: The most economic 307 Break, the XR 1.6 HDi 16V 90 bhp, came with a 1.6 90 bhp combustion engine. The most powerful, the Premium NAV 2.0-16V, had a naturally aspirated 4-cylinder 2 combustion engine generating up to 143 bhp. Production of the Peugeot 307 Break was stopped in the year 2009.