New Peugeot 607 Review
If you need a car to keep you in comfort whilst you eat up the motorway miles you could do a lot worse than taking a look at the Peugeot 607.
When it comes to the executive end of the market, manufacturers can sometimes be sadly lacking, OK you are expecting to pay that little bit more when you are looking at this end of the market, but why, do so many things you would expect to be standard end up adding to the options list and more importantly to the overall price of the car.
Not so with the Peugeot 607, standard specification on all 607 models is very good with metallic paint, leather upholstery front and rear heated seats, electrically adjustable front seats and folding rear seats, laminated side glass, JBL Hi Fi system including CD auto-changer, colour satellite navigation, in-built "hands free" GSM telephone, front and rear parking sensors, electronic stability control (ESP) + traction control (ASR) + cornering stability control (CSC), cruise control, 8 airbags, bi-zone climate control, xenon headlamps, automatic windscreen wipers and headlamps, motorised boot actuation, tyre pressure sensors, athermic windscreen and an ultrasonic alarm with deadlocking and remote central locking all fitted without you having to pay any extra.
The 607 has recently had its line up cut back to just two engine options a 2.0 litre turbo diesel with a six speed manual transmission or a 3.0 litre V6 petrol unit that is transmitted through a six speed automatic box, one trim level the "Executive" is applied across both engine options.
Add to this a Euro ncap safety rating of a respectable four out of five stars and you won't just be arriving at your destination in style, you and your family will arrive safely too.
Like the looks of the Peugeot 607, why not check out the Audi A6, the BMW 5 Series, the Volvo S80, or the Mercedes E Class.
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