Have heard and read of problems with the clutch on that car and a lot of owners having the same fault .Peugeot were aware of the fault and were sympathetic at one time towards replacing under warranty. If the clutch has broken as you say due to a part failure , rather than worn out , may help your case even though out of warranty .If bought from A Clark and serviced by them , thought they would maybe make a contribution to the cost at the least , maybe parts or labour as a goodwill gesture .But not surprised with their stance .Could contact Peugeot customer care direct and see their views on matter .There are also clutch centres in Glasgow that probably will do it a lot cheaper if you phone about for an estimate .Cant vouch for any now , whether good or bad , lost touch with the good ones I knew but plenty in the Yellow pages usually . Also you dont know if previous owner/s were hard on clutch before you got it .
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