Never Too Young To Get Behind The Wheel Of A Peugeot 307 CC

Peugeot 307 CC

It’s every youngster’s dream to get behind the wheel of a stylish coupe cabriolet just like Mum or Dad’s.

With Christmas fast approaching what could be a better way of putting an extra big smile on the face of all budding young drivers than to find Peugeot’s 307 coupe cabriolet under the Christmas tree?

A perfect solution is the single seater replica of the fabulous Peugeot 307 CC; powered by a 1 CP (one child power) engine, this is the "must be seen in" accessory for the playgrounds in 2005. Like the full size car, it will turn more than a few heads, both young and old. It will also not break the piggybank as it’s available at a price of just £94.19 on the road.

Demand on this model is sure to be as high as its bigger sibling, which has already sold over 6000 units in the UK since its introduction in October 2003. The 307 CC and the 206 CC are the top selling coupé cabriolet models throughout Europe.

To reserve a car, all youngsters have to do is text, write or e-mail Santa, then get Mum or Dad to take them down to a local Peugeot dealer for a test drive to ensure delivery before Christmas.

And the "grown-up" version has now become even more affordable for Mum and Dad. A new 1.6 litre, 110 bhp version will hit the showrooms in time for Christmas - priced from only £16,995 on the road.

And when at the Peugeot dealership, perhaps those difficult or forgotten presents can also be found in the extensive range of Peugeot accessories, from a car care kit to a radio controlled car.

Published : 06/11/04 Author : Melanie Carter

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