The Peugeot Type 127 was a rear-wheel drive car made in between 1910 and 1912.
Made just after "Peugeot Freres" and "Peugeot Automobile" merged in 1910, it was only in production for 2 years. It was made and sold in France.
The Type 127 had an engine size and displacement of 2000ccm. It was powered by an inline 4-cylinder engine with 2 valves per cylinder with a top speed of 60 km/h.
The Type 127 had a wheelbase of 2770 mm. It had a length of 3900 mm and a height of 1650 mm.
This car enjoyed moderate success throughout its lifetime, selling some 1226 models. It was popular in France.