[[File:1985 Peugeot 505 GTi sedan (2010-07-19).jpg|thumb|left|1985 Peugeot 505 GTi sedan (Australia)]]
The range was given a [[facelift (product)|]], including an all new interior, in 1986, but European Peugeot 505 production began to wind down following the launch of the smaller [[Peugeot 405]] at the end of 1987. Saloon production came to a halt in 1989, coincidentally with the launch of Peugeot's flagship 605, and estates in 1992. There was already a 405 estate by this stage but the 605 was never sold as an estate. In some countries such as [[France]] and [[Germany]], the 505 estate was used as an [[ambulance]], a funeral car, police car, military vehicle and as a road maintenance vehicle. There were prototypes of 505 coupés and 505 [[truck]]s, and in France many people have modified 505s into [[pickup trucks]] themselves.
The 505 was one of the last Peugeot models to be sold in the [[United States]], with sedan sales ending there in 1990 and wagon sales in 1991. The last sedans sold had 's 2.8 V6 engine only. Unique to the US were turbocharged [[station wagon]]s, both with petrol and diesel engines. 505s were also sold in [[Australia]] (where they were assembled by Renault Australia from 1980 to 1981,ref and by [[Leyland Australia]] from 1981 to 1983ref), [[Argentina]], [[Chile]], [[...|China]], and [[New Zealand]]. In [[New York City]], Peugeot 505s were used as [[taxicab]]s.