New Peugeot 1007 Review
Shorter than a 206, higher than a 307, it's hard to see exactly what class the Peugeot 1007 fits into. Peugeot seems to have the Honda Jazz and the Vauxhall Meriva in its sights with the launch of the 1007, the most distinctive difference being the unique electric sliding doors, just two of them, but they are big giving extremely easy access to the cabin area.
Peugeot are certainly not following the crowd with the 107, the electric doors can be opened by the remote key from either side or by the flick of a switch from the inside giving particularly easy access on busy city streets.
With a choice of two petrol engines, a 1.4 and 1.6 litre and a 1.4 litre diesel unit, the 1007 achieves respectable fuel economy and when you combine this with a class leading five star Euro ncap safety rating and low insurance groupings, the 1007 looks to be an all round attractive package.
Two trim levels are available, the Dolce and the Sport, all models have stability control, anti-lock braking and front, side and curtain airbags. Dolce models have air-conditioning, automatic headlights, electric windows and a CD player. Moving up to the Sport adds climate control, a body kit and sportier front seats. All 1007 models come with a choice of two coloured interior trims.
Like the looks of the Peugeot 1007, why not check out the Citroen C3, the Ford Fiesta, the Ford Fusion, the VW Polo, The Vauxhall Meriva, the Toyota Yaris or the Peugeot 206.
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