Peugeot 107 1.0

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Peugeot present the 107 1.0 Urban 3dr Hatchback with 5 Speed - (Man) / 5 Speed - (Auto), Front (FWD) running on Unleaded Petrol

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Plenty of room for passengers, great first car / c...

Limited boot space, sluggish when 3 other people w...

I received my Peugeot ‘pug’ 107 new in October 2010. As this is my first car, the only other car I can make a direct comparison to is my driving instructors’ diesel Renault Clio! I can say with great confidence that the Peugeot 107 is better. First, let us look at the performance. The Peugeot 107...

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“My Little Jem!”

published 02/06/2007

Small car, cute, nice to drive

Blind spots

As you may know, I work as a weekend telephonist at a Peugeot (and Chevrolet) Dealer and I've wanted the 107 since it was launched! In April I decided I could afford one now so I ordered one at work. My parents paid the deposit for my 18th birthday :-) and I am paying for the rest monthly. I...

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Very poor customer service. Poor build quality.

I bought my Peugeot 107 2 years ago. There have been a multitude of problems. I noticed there was a problem straight away and reported it at the first 1000 mile service. The problem is that it is sometimes hard to get into reverse gear and the clutch judders making it difficult to change gear...

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Excellent

Economical, Looks great, easy to dive, zoom zoom!

Boot space

I have been driving the Peugeot 107 Urban Lite for about 2 weeks now, and would highly recommend this car! To purchase a new one of these, you can shop around and pick one up from as little as £5800 (Perrys Peugeot - www.perrys.co.uk), which is an excellent deal for a brand new car. The 107 is a...

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Excellent

cheap, reliable and great handling

tiny boot not as good for a family car

I bought my little Pug about 2 months ago and i absolutley love it to pieces!!! looking at the car i was rather sceptical at first due to its size and i have to admit that at first i did think that the rear of the car was ugly but it has grown on me and i do know what i would do without it! I got...

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Super

CHEAP TO RUN - NIPPY - NICE LOOKING

No 'proper' glove compartment

Just changed my trusty old Nissan Almera GX because I had had it from new for 8 years and it had never let me down until 2 weeks ago when the battery gave up (now that's not bad after 8 years!) BUT I am 65 and thought it was time that I had a smaller more economical vehicle. Did a lot of Internet...

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Excellent

“peugeot 107 is fab”

published 23/04/2008

lovely car cheap to run, more as standard

The boot could be bigger

My first car I had after passing my test was the Peugeot 107; it's a great car for new and old drivers. It is really cheap to run with tax at 35 pounds per year and its class 1 insurance.When i brougt mine i got 1years free insurance, 1 yeas free tax and 3 years free breakdown cover. I use my car...

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Excellent

“The fun Peugeot 107”

published 30/04/2007

Fun, handles well, comes in yellow.

Can struggle with a full load.

Ah, the 107. A cool little car that is cheap to run, fun to drive and if you get it in bright yellow easy to see coming! Guess which colour I got?? I bought mine on 1st September 2007, just graduated, new job so a new car. I've always driven a Peugeot and loved them, I've never had a problem with...

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Super

published 18/08/2008

The peugeot 107 is incredibly nippy and a comfortable drive. It has an attractive exterior and an interior that is very similar to the toyota aygo. It is suprisingly roomy in the back seats and comes in a number of nice colours. Be warned it is a little noiser than most cars, and there isn't much boot space.

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Super

Price; Build quality; Looks; Fuel economy

Equipment; Spec; Rear space

The little 1.0-litre Peugeot 107 is a nippy and ultimately very handy urban vehicle. The engine sips fuel like a connoisseur might sip a fine whiskey. In fact, I spent an entire afternoon driving around central London and when I went to top up the fuel tank, embarrassingly I couldn't actually put...

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Satisfactory

great color choice, fuel efficient

too small, too impractical

The Peugeot 107, Citroen C1 and Toyota Aygo are all quite popular among the general public, especially with young drivers, females and reportedly, gay men (the city car trio, along with rivals like the Fiat 500 have a devoted LGBT fan base). They are funky, cheeky and fuel-efficient. However, all...

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Excellent

“peugeot 107”

published 26/10/2008

cheap tax , cheap insurance , high mpg

boot size, and penny pinching on interior

i currently own a 07 peugeot 107 xs , and are also part of the 107oc.com which is an owners club for this car, i have owned this car from new, the benefits for the car appeal to everyone, low insurance, high mpg, £35 a year road tax, high resale values, and there are also good deals to be had...

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Excellent

“Peugeot 107”

published 30/01/2007

Low fuel Consumption, Spacious, Small engine but v...

None which spring to mind

I bought this car on the 23rd of October, one day after my 19th birthday. I get 1 year free insurance, 1 years free tax and MOT, 3 years free breakdown cover, free floor mats and mud flaps (which do not come as standard), and half a tank of petrol. After a £1000 deposit, i am paying £132 a months...

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Excellent

Cute, cheap to run, easy to park

Dodgy seat mechanism

What a fantastic car! The 107 is my first New car and it is everything i wanted it to be and more. Firstly the whole experience of buying new was a pleasure, Peugeot treated me fantastically and bent over backwards to help with my issues, and secondly the after service is fantastic. I had a...

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Excellent

“107 5 door”

published 19/04/2008

cheap, cute and cool

bit slow going up hills

I bought my first 107 back in 2005 when they came out originally. I had it in silver and felt like the bees knees in it. Now I've moved on to black with my 2nd and have added alloy wheels which I think make an improvement as the trims can become quite tacky after a while. I have 5 doors which is...

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