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I don't think you'll get a static view of a GT, because of all the options offered in different countries. We are blessed in Australia to have the best GT's - I know what you're thinking, what is the best?
Peugeot exported only three versions of the RCZ to Australia, total was approx 600. (not counting the RCZ-R, thirty-five only, of which all sold quickly.)
RCZ GT 150THP Auto
RCZ GT Diesel Auto - which didn't sell. Aussies have always been sport's petrol heads. Diesel sales have dramatically declined.
RCZ GT 200THP Manual - which had revised suspension, short shifter and bigger front brakes - 340 mm.
They all sold for the same price, $55,000 and went to $59,000 when the Mk 2 arrived in 2013.
And they were all optioned to the hilt.
JBL Hi-Fi, latest sat-nav, black callipers, auto-levelling directional bi-xenon's, 19" wheels with 235/40/R19 Continentals, parking sensors, hill start assist, tilting down side mirrors when reversing, et. al. electric & heated seats, leather everywhere, even the dash, doors. etc. I still have the 2013 Oz Pug RCZ brochure (also the RCZ-R) and all the option boxes are ticked as included.