There is no doubt the 107 is a cute little beast, especially in the fetching ‘Citrus Yellow’ our car was supplied in.
We weren’t too keen on the standard fit system which did little to drown out the engine noise. It is a two speaker single slot CD player with a radio, if you like your in-car music, I would suggest an aftermarket system, if it will fit in the slot. One redeeming factor is that it does have an mp3 socket on the front, so you plug in your i-pod, etc. Plus there is a 12v socket so you don’t have to run it on batteries.
How It Looks -
There is no doubt the 107 is a cute little beast, especially in the fetching ‘Citrus Yellow’ our car was supplied in. It retains the feline styling seen on its bigger brothers and sisters with the headlights being set high into the bonnet, giving a premium look.
How It Looks - Interior
There is no doubt that the interior is in keeping with the exterior of the car ‘it is funky’ and will appeal to the young and young at heart. Some of the controls feel a little cheap including the heater controls and it would seem that Peugeot have used a coke bottle lid as fan speed control.
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Peugeot 107 Road Test Data
|Model Reviewed||Peugeot 107 1.0 Litre Urban|
|Body Type||3-Door Supermini|
|Performance (manufacturers data)|
|0 - 62 mph||14.2 Seconds|
|Top Speed||100 mph|
|Fuel Type||Unleaded Petrol|
|CO2 Emissions (NEDC Figures)||g/km|
|Economy (NEDC Figures)|
|Extra Urban||68.8 mpg|
|Euro NCAP Rating||4|
|Warranty||3-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)|