Small Car Big Style New Peugeot 107

In Peugeot by Jonathan Humphrey

Coming in February the NEW Super Stylish Peugeot 107 starting at just £7995. The new car with its cheeky looks, youthful spirit, higher spec improved 66 MPG and CO2 is instantly recognisable. The Peugeot 107 starts with a nifty deeper lower front panel incorporating fog lights, daytime LEDs and reshaped front bumper.


The car offers three trim levels  following on from a naming strategy on other range models – Access, Active and Allure. Features like Peugeot Connect Bluetooth/USB/LED Running Lights are now available. Air con is now available on all Active models, which also include allots and a rev counter. The Allure models feature Peuget Connect and USb as standard.

The New Peugeot 107 is fitted with the established three cylinder petrol engine  giving up 66mpg and enabling a lead in low CO2 emissions with 99g/km.

Noticeable in a car this size is the 5 door model outselling the 3 door by 60/40 percent, the designers have made the most of the interior space to offer comfortable traveling for four. The new car is also available with Peugeots – trade marked – JUST ADD FUEL option which is worth looking at in these frugal times.

The new car builds on the success of the previous models. I was really impressed with the last one. Over 650,000 Peugeot 107s being produced since  the initial launch in 2005, and the latest Peugeot 107 Model arrives in February 2012.

Performance Data – Peugeot 107

Engine Cubic Capacity 998cc
Maximum power 68 bhp @ 6,000rpm
Maximum Torque 70 lb ft (93Nm) @ 3,600rpm
Gearbox Type 5-Speed Manual Gearbox
Maximum speed 100 mph
0-62mph  14.2 secs
0-1km 39 secs (manual) / 32.1 secs (2-Tronic)
Fuel Consumption Urban 55.38mpg
Fuel Consumption Extra urban 74.33mpg
Fuel Consumption Combined 65.69mpg
CO2 Emissions  99 g/km
On-the-RoadPrice  3-Door 107 Access – £7,995
5-Door 107 Active – £9,345
Insurance Group 3E