Peugeot 107 Review

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Peugeot 107 Review

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There is only one engine available a 1.0 litre, three-cylinder petrol and two transmission choices a 5-speed manual and an electronically controlled 2-Tronic with the clutch and gear selection being managed by a computer - although you can manually change gear, should you wish.

How It Drove - Performance

There is only one engine available a 1.0 litre, three-cylinder petrol and two transmission choices a 5-speed manual and an electronically controlled 2-Tronic with the clutch and gear selection being managed by a computer - although you can manually change gear, should you wish. We chose the 5-speed manual, which undoubtedly will be the most popular choice.

Peugeot quote a top speed of 100 mph and the 0-62 mph dash can be made in 14.2 seconds. It produces 68 bhp @ 6000 rpm and delivers 70 lb ft worth of torque at 3600 rpm. The combined fuel consumption figure is quoted as 61.4 mpg, which is extremely good if you can achieve it. The CO2 emission level is amongst the lowest at a 'healthy-ish' 109 g/km.

The 1.0 litre (998cc), 3 cylinder engine is perfectly adequate around town and the odd longer trip, but after a while it does drone on and the lack of power becomes apparent. Out in traffic on fast ‘A’ roads and Motorways you do have to work the 5-speed gearbox to keep up, but I don’t think you could expect much more.

So really the Peugeot 107 is a town car / light commuting tool.

How It Drove - Ride and Handling

Again around town, the Peugeot 107 is excellent, both nimble and nippy. It does what is expected of it, but you are never going to be able to push it around like a hot hatchback but it does feel safe and totally predictable.

The ride borders on the hard side and you do notice that poorer road surfaces are transmitted through the cabin. We felt the speed variable electric power steering was well weighted and easy to manoeuvre.

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Peugeot 107 Road Test Data
Model ReviewedPeugeot 107 1.0 Litre Urban
  
Body Type3-Door Supermini
ColourCitrus Yellow
  
Performance (manufacturers data) 
  
0 - 62 mph14.2 Seconds
Top Speed 100 mph
  
Transmission5-Speed Manual
  
Fuel TypeUnleaded Petrol
  
CO2 Emissions (NEDC Figures) g/km
  
Economy (NEDC Figures) 
  
Urban51.3 mpg
Extra Urban68.8 mpg
Combined61.4 mpg
  
Insurance Group1
Euro NCAP Rating4
Warranty3-Year/60,000 Mile Warranty ( 2-year unlimited mileage and a free 1-year optional 60,000 mile warranty provided by the Peugeot dealer network)
Price (when tested on the 06/06/06)£7,345 OTR (Car as tested £8,095 OTR including options)

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