Six years after it was first released, the Peugeot 107 has been revitalized. Improvements have been made to the models styling and equipment, aswell as better fuel economy. On top of all this the starting price of the vehicle has been reduced.
A deep bumper with LED running and fog lights has been introduced at the front of the vehicle. Peugeots brand new lion badge is featured on a sculpted bonnet, with its framework now separated into upper and lower sections.
While the vehicles top speed of 100mph and 0-62mph time of 14.2 remains the same, the 68bhp 1.0-litre three cylinder engine has been revamped. The new version has lowered the CO2 emissions to a tax free 99/km, a drop of 4g/km, while fuel economy is up to 65.7mpg.
With the Peugeot 107 new model, three trim levels are now available – Access spec, an air-conditioned model Active and Allure, with USB sockets, Bluetooth connection and alloy wheels as standard
Despite numerous improvements in equipment, prices have decreased, costing only £7,995 for an entry level car, £700 less than the current outgoing model.
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