Peugeot 807 Review

Peugeot 807
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Peugeot 807 Review

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Also with personal security in mind, all five doors can be programmed to lock automatically as soon as the car reaches a speed of 6 mph.

Also with personal security in mind, all five doors can be programmed to lock automatically as soon as the car reaches a speed of 6 mph.

It would also be helpful to have some indication of which seatbelts are in use as my three year old nephew undid his belt whilst on the move and this went unnoticed until his mum looked around.

Comfort and Refinement

The 807's cabin is spacious accommodating up to seven people with excellent head, leg and shoulder room in both the front and rear . The seats are comfortable and supportive and the swiveling front seats have lumbar support adjustment and movable armrests. The drivers seat is height adjustable and the leather trimmed steering wheel is height and reach adjustable enabling you to find the perfect driving position.

The 807 GLX 2.0 HDi's level of refinement is high and includes: cruise control (optional), programmable over-speed warning, remote central locking of doors and tailgate, internally operated central door locking, remote control opening and closing of electric windows, one-touch electric front and rear windows with anti pinch feature, electrically operated, folding and heated door mirrors that fold when you lock the car, electric boot release on tailgate, athermic ( heat reflective) windscreen, dark tinted rear screen, integral sunblinds to rear windows, digital air conditioning with climate control and individual driver and passenger temperature controls, air flow vents to row 2 and 3 seats, floor mounted air vents for rear passengers, trip computer, lit vanity mirrors, courtesy lights with delay for all three rows of seats, map reading lights throughout, 12V accessory power point for row one, two and three, lights on warning alarm and speed related front windscreen wipers, steering wheel mounted stereo controls enabling you to keep your hands safely on the wheel.

How It Looks -

The Peugeot 807 is purposeful and modern in its styling and with its curvaceous exterior lines and wrap around headlights there is no mistaking the distinctive Peugeot family styling. The 807also features indicators set within its wing mirror housings.

The 807GLX 2.0 HDi features body coloured front and rear bumpers with black inserts, 15" Largo alloy wheels, body coloured door mirror housings, satin chrome door handles and black bodyside protection moulding's.

How It Looks - Interior

The interior styling is as you would expect of Peugeot stylish and functional with chunky and tactile switchgear. The grey interior plastics were of a good quality and were enhanced with silver metallic effect trim.

The speedometer and rev counter are green, translucent, spherical dials with silk-screen printed glass and are centrally mounted with the satellite navigation display to the left of the driver. They are housed within a unique design led instrument panel arch curving gracefully across the fascia.

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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

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