Peugeot 807 Review

Peugeot 807

Peugeot 807 Review

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Our test vehicle was equipped with rear parking sensors which are necessary for manoeuvring a vehicle of this size.

Our test vehicle was equipped with rear parking sensors which are necessary for manoeuvring a vehicle of this size. You do have to consider the 807's height when parking in underground car parks and height restricted areas. Peugeot have also thoughtfully installed a retractable ‘child-check’ surveillance mirror which enables front seat occupants to keep a watchful eye on the kids in the back.

As with any MPV practicality and storage is paramount and the 807 features 2 upper dashboard storage compartments, under dashboard storage area below the steering wheel, storage drawers underneath the driver and front passengers seats, both the front and 2nd row doors feature door bins with bottle holder, can holder and storage area, removable dustbin, multi purpose centre console with removable ashtray, cup holder and air conditioned storage for 3 drinks cans, 2 cup holders per rear seat shells when folded.

The boot is relatively large for an MPV and with all the seats in place it can swallow a minimum of 324 litres of luggage, and this expands to 2948 litres when the five rear seats have been removed. With the 2nd and 3rd row seats removed an uninterrupted, flat floor length of more than 3.1 metres is available. Our test vehicle featured a boot net which is useful for securing the weekly shop or luggage. A load area cover for a 6/7/8 seat configuration is standard as are 2 boot lights.

Our test car featured optional (£1,350) RT3 colour satellite navigation incorporating a GSM phone. The navigation system is very easy to use and well worth investing in if you venture away from home on a regular basis. You can even put your own mobile phone sim card into the dashboard slot and use your phone safely on a hands free basis. A microphone is built into the roof console, enabling the driver to talk to their caller and the caller’s voice to be heard via the radio speakers and text messages to be read out electronically for the driver to hear.

Safety and Security

The following safety & security equipment is standard on the Peugeot 807 GLX 2.0 HDi:

Driver SMART airbag, front passenger SMART airbag with deactivation switch, front side airbags, curtain airbags for all three rows, ABS (anti-lock brakes) with EBFD (electronic brakeforce distribution) and Emergency Brake Assist, ESP and ASR (electronic stability programme and traction control), pre-tensioning and force limiting front seat belts for front and rows 2 & 3 outer seats, height adjustable front seat belts, three point inertia reel seat belts on all seats, ISOFIX location points (outer rear seats only), seat belt indicator light, fuel cut off inertia switch, side impact reinforcement on front and rear doors, side impact absorbent padding on front doors, door and tailgate open warning indicator, rolling code transponder immobiliser, visible VIN number, security coded in car entertainment, lockable glovebox, automatic locking of tailgate (activated by vehicle travelling over 6mph), electronic rear door child locks (deactivates electric sliding rear doors, electric rear windows and rear electric sunroofs where fitted), automatic door re-locking (if door not opened in 30 seconds), automatic closing of electric windows and triple sunroofs (where specified) when vehicle locked via remote locking, locking wheel bolts for alloy wheels, high security spare wheel winch, deadlocks, ultrasonic alarm (Thatcham category 1 approved), front and rear fog lights and multi function high frequency plip key.

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Peugeot 807 Road Test Data
Model ReviewedPeugeot 807 GLX 2.0 HDi
Body TypeMulti Purpose Vehicle (MPV)
ColourDiablo Red Pearlescent
Performance (manufacturers data) 
0 - 62 mph15.1 Seconds
Top Speed 104 mph
Transmission4-Speed adaptive automatic with sequential shift
Fuel TypeDiesel
CO2 Emissions (NEDC Figures) g/km
Economy (NEDC Figures) 
Urban26.1 mpg
Extra Urban44.1 mpg
Combined35.3 mpg
Insurance Group11
Euro NCAP Rating5
Warranty3-year/60,000 mile warranty (whichever comes first)
3-year unlimited mileage paint finish warranty
6-year anti-corrosion warranty
Price (when tested on the 03/01/05)£23,000 OTR
Our test car £25,090
(Includes pearlescent paint £325, RT3 colour Satellite Navigation with Radio/CD & GSM phone £1,350, 6-disc CD autochanger £300, Dark tinted rear side windows £100 and Cruise control £15

The information contained within this Peugeot 807 review may have changed since publication on the 3 January 2005. The actual model road tested may feature options and functionality specific to that model, which may not be available as on option or be fitted to other models in the range. Options may not be available on UK specification cars. You may wish to check with your local Peugeot dealer, before making a purchasing decision. E.&.O.E. You may NOT reproduce this car review in full or part, in any format without our written permission. © 2018