March signalled the 71st anniversary of the very first driving test - 250,000 people went on to take the test that year. Last year approximately 1.3 million people took their test in the UK - and 560,000 more new drivers took to our roads. But according to research, numbers of people learning to drive are in decline - both because they feel they can’t afford the lessons and tests, and also because they may not be able to afford a car even if they pass.
Well, now anyone, from new drivers to old, can buy a brand new Peugeot 107 for just £107 a month*. With a deposit of only £999 the funky 107 Urban, which has a 1.0-litre petrol engine, is available at this special offer price from all Peugeot dealerships until 31 March. Voted "Best Budget Car" by Auto Express in June 2005, not only does the car come at a great price, but it doesn’t cost the earth to run, with a combined fuel consumption of 61.4mpg.
Key product features of the 107 include:
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