The new Peugeot 107 is now available in UK showrooms with three trim levels available, starting with the Urban Lite model at £7,595 (on-the-road). All Peugeot 107s benefit from a new look, an enthusiastic 1.0-litre petrol engine but with exceptionally low CO2 of just 106g/km and economy of 62.7 mpg (on the official Combined Cycle).
Its love of the city dates from the Spring of 2005, and with more than 322,000 units produced (to the end of September 2008) and owners among the best ambassadors of its numerous qualities, the Peugeot 107 provides an efficient and clever response to the needs of urban mobility and it does so now with a 'new smile on its face'.
The popular and extra-equipped Urban model has standard features over the Urban Lite that include body-coloured items, electric front windows, side airbags and remote central door locking, and the choice of either manual and 2-Tronic (an electronically controlled manual that operates as an automatic) transmission.
The new Verve model is a top-of-the-range Special Edition that includes as standard air conditioning, 14" alloy wheels and a rev counter, and exclusive availability of the new Mandalin Orange paintwork.
Appreciated for its fun-and-youthful appearance, a stylish and trendy design, for its handling and low running costs with low road tax (currently just £35) and low emissions, the Peugeot 107 has a user satisfaction level way above the market average.
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