Peugeot 207 GTI Review

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ldquo; making performance available to the inexperienced, ghetto-blasting hooligan near

Twentysomethings who demand a motor zip find themselves barred by insurance costs, not to mention the that cars with a of poke are very expensive. are also less likely to worked their way up the corporate far enough to get their hands on a vehicle, with all these costs absorbed. If they do for a car at all, it is more likely to be a basic, under-powered Vauxhall or its equivalent.

Introducing the Peugeot GTi THP 175, goes like stink, cost too much, and creeps a reasonable insurance group. in these neo-Labour price-inflated means you don’t have to get mortgage to afford one.

new little Peugeot has more its fair share of impenetrable so let me explain. The “2” in 207 means it slips into the range the little “1” and below the sized, VW Golf dominated sector, as in 307. The GTi, that means Grand and injection.

And THP? That stands for Haute Pression, or high turbo in English, and this all up to making Porsche-type performance to the inexperienced, incompetent, ghetto-blasting near you.


not fan of the genre, but I’ll concede Peugeot has done a fine job this hot hatch attractive. The GTi is at the top of the 207 above the mere GT with its 150 bhp The exterior appearance is gaudy, but is presumably what the buyers from the body coloured dark-tinted rear windows, and elliptical headlamps.

There’s a metallic grille, a spoiler, funky fog lamps and wheels. This model comes with a CD player, windows, and dual-zone climate The interior is impressive, with front seats which around the body. There’s not room in the back.

The five-dial panel, with circular dials has a black chequered combined with red indicator Naturally, the foot pedals an aluminium finish. Fourteen-year will love it.


Performance is electrifying, with mph coming up in 7.1 seconds.

As you would the steering is quick and the car has grip in but the ride is exceptionally harsh. teenagers don’t have fillings to loosen. The 5-speed is exceptionally good. Peugeot that because the 175 bhp engine, with BMW, is so torquey and 6 speeds are not needed. Umm.

driving the car for a while, there was an buzzing noise, which can’t be common to all THP 175’s?

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These new turbo-charged petrol are part of an attempt by European to squeeze more power out of motors, to give improved without compromising economy too The THP 175 returns a claimed average economy of 39.2 mpg-7.2 according to Peugeot, and produces 171 of CO2.

Hostage to fortune

says the GTi has an Electronic Stabilisation which includes Steering and offers a startling claim, a to fortune even.

“(Steering Stability) allows of all abilities to enjoy their driving style to the full,” Peugeot.

Does that that parents of said who own Peugeot 207 GTi THP 175’s will get that dread knock on the in the early hours of Sunday

Neil Winton #150; 15, 2007

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