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Peugeot 1007

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by Giles (1 August 2005)

to Peugeot’s arithmetic, three one will go – the one being the segment of the market. Carrying the giant’s colours in this are the dinky little 107 (Citroen’s C1 and the Aygo come from the mould), the evergreen 206, and now the 1007. The double-0 moniker that this is a niche in the line-up, and it certainly brings a perspective to the supermini stage.

The striking aspects of the car are its large, sliding doors, a first in class which, claims give unrivalled access to the cabin. They also the kids from dinging the by careless opening in tight Shorter than a 206, the 1007 manages to be something of a of a car thanks to its high roof and width.

The rear seats add to the flexibility by fore and aft to maximise either or luggage space, and they tip and tumble in mini-MPV fashion.

knows full well small cars need personalities to succeed. So it has come up 11 bright and breezy paint for the outside, and a novel approach to the which allows owners to their cars. A range of 12 coloured Cameleo kits, at £185 each, are available.

These consist of different-coloured surrounds, door trim and seat covers, which can be or clipped into place in 15 minutes, claims the manufacturer. The cabins look quite but some of the plastics and fittings and feel a touch cheap.

you are immediately struck by the amount of Peugeot has been able to in the cabin. The sliding doors, with the tall roof, getting in and out the front extremely and anyone with a disability find the 1007 a godsend. The from the driver’s seat more MPV than car but (and how have we said this the screen pillars are very

Each car delivered in the UK will with the blue hue as standard, a contrasting one of the customer’s choice. says it will be adding to the choice to the tune of two new ones year.

1007 is being with a choice of two trim and levels, Dolce and Sport. come with impressive of standard kit, including side and curtain airbags and CD systems. The Sport adds like automatic air-conditioning and wheels.

Peugeot 1007

Sitting on a version of the next-generation 206 1007 is a neat handler. The body does tend to a touch in hard-driven corners, but not to frighten the children. The engine includes two petrol units and a turbo diesel. At entry is a 1.4-litre 75bhp four, to a five-speed manual gearbox.

there is a 1.6-litre 110bhp which comes only the 2-Tronic clutchless transmission with the 1.4). The turbo is Peugeot-Citroen’s familiar 1.4-litre which also delivers It’s manual-gearbox only.

been driving Dolce 1.4 HDi and 2-Tronic versions of the Peugeot . The 1.6-litre car (117 mph, mph in 12.6 seconds) is certainly the of the two. The HDi may be slower (99 mph, seconds), but it has no trouble holding its own in traffic and proved pleasantly

But 2-Tronic – an improved of the Sensodrive system fitted to the C2 and C3 – remains an acquired Shift quality is improved, but the car feels as though it’s a deep breath before up. That said, those who will use their 1007s city streets will being able to select the automatic mode.

Ah yes, now back to those Gallic Peugeot is confident it can justify product ranges in the small-car because each of them different age ranges. That’s 18 to 24 for 25 to 34 for 206 and 35 to 54 for the 1007.

Certainly, the 35 to 54s are least likely to at the 1007 pricing, which off at a highish £10,850 on the road.

But are the sort of folk likely to be by the funky looks and quick-change Those are features more to appeal to young first-time but they are the ones most to find 1007 outwith price range.

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