Written on: 08/11/2013
I bought my 107 from a year old at the age of 17. All I needed was a cheap, small car that would save me money, and that is exactly what I got. It's a quick little thing and immensely fun to drive. It's fantastic on fuel consumption, averaging 64mpg and the insurance, even for a young driver, is cheap and cheerful. And the tax being only £20 per year is brilliant! I learnt to drive in this car and it's control and manoeuvrability made it easy to learn in. it's small, reliable, fun, quirky and… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/02/2013 by skyhigh_emm (1 review written)
At first I purely chose this car as it would be my first car and at the age of 19 insurance was never going to be cheap. However, because this car is only a 1.0 litre the insurance wasn't too bad. Size: I love this car as due to its size it is really easy to get used to on the roads and when parking as it usually fits into a lot of spaces other cars can't. It doesn't look like it really has a boot but when you start to fill it with shopping you will understand it does actually fit a lot… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/04/2011
I bought a 107 Lite @ a month ago and do approximately a 14 mile return journey to and from work everyday. I have just filled up with fuel again and have done a magnificent 82.6 mpg! My average speed is between 35 - 45 mph (speed limits forbid going any faster!) The 107 is an ideal town car and with the cost of petrol as it is I am saving in the region of £40 per month. The only shortcomings are that the Lite does not have central locking or electric windows, but value for money and fuel… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/12/2010 by kathleenkestrel (1 review written)
Wish i had bought one of these little cars years ago changed from 2.2 TDi not much difference on the flat can tell when going up hill but this can be forgiven when petrol comsumption is £38.00 a fortnight instead of a week. not a problem in snow have been the only one to get uproad where i work, it's nippy it's comfotable 10/10… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/08/2009 by judylugg (45 reviews written)
MY PEUGEOT 107 5 DOOR IS GREAT!!
Changed my trusty old Nissan Almera GX because I had had it from new for 8 years and it had never let me down until 2 weeks ago when the battery gave up (now that's not bad after 8 years!) BUT I am 65 and thought it was time that I had a smaller more economical vehicle.
Did a lot of Internet research and asked around and saw exactly what I wanted at a local garage - one year old with only 2000 miles on the clock. I opted for FIVE doors as I… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/06/2009 by hili121 (1 review written)
The fuel tank of Peugeot 107, Citroen C1 and Toyota Aygo can be easily damaged in the event of a rear-end collision which may result in fire.
Many owners complain that airbags of the 107, C1 and Aygo sometimes inflate when a collision is not present, but the driver presses the brake pedal in order to stop the car suddenly. Others complained that their airbags didn't inflate when needed, so they were injured as a result.
The 107, C1 and Aygo are prone to rollovers due to their proverbial stability… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/05/2009
great little car if you after something cheap rather than good quality cheap tax cheap to run. one more thing the car after 45k is very very rattly and interior door handle trim coming off… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/04/2009 by gendy943 (8 reviews written)
I ordered my 107 2-tronic in June 08 and waited 4 months for it as it was a special build with electronic stability programme,air-con,rear parking sensors,rev counter and curtain airbags.It has been a superb little car since I got it - easy to park and sips petrol.Low VED,and insurance costs cut running costs to the bone as does its 60mpg consumption.In town it is very nippy in traffic but is really surprisingly good on the motorway too with good acceleration for overtaking with one… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/06/2008
Havent got this car yet..getting it in September..so this would be my 1st car! I'm so excited but I would lie to know if you lot out there would advise me to get this. A lot of my friends are telling me to get something like a Vauxhall Corsa but my heart is so set on this...let me know what you all think!… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/02/2008 by bloodyniceben (1 review written)
A superb city car thats just at home on the motorway, the only place it seems to dislike is petrol stations, which is why seems a full tank of fuel will never end!… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/01/2008
Overall the car has been great, its better than any other we seen, and we got a great deal on it as it was a showroom car so it knocked loads of the price, Peugeot were great, they really went out of their way to help us, You really cant knock this car, its been brilliant, I've had no problems! 10/10… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/11/2007 by Fidd (3 reviews written)
Bought brand new around 10 months ago, have done 10,000 miles very cheaply, nothing has broken or gone wrong so far, £30 fills it up with fuel and lasts for ages, its only real fault is that you feel crosswinds quite a bit and you are aware of the narrow tyres if you are pressing on a bit, otherwise superb small car, surprisingly quick for a 1.0 litre, will cruise on the motorway at surprisingly decent speeds… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/08/2007 by Dave1311 (1 review written)
The Peugeot 107 is my 1st ever car from brand new, in fact I haven't even got it yet, due to pick it up the beginning of Sept. Took it for a nice test drive though, and that sold it to me. Got the 3 door Urban Move Special addition so gets mat paint and air con which are all good, and all come with a great price. Driving it was great fun and surprising as wasn't expecting it to be so nippy for a 1L. I would recommend it to anyone and cannot wait to get mine… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/01/2007 by lildevo (1 review written)
The Peugeot 107 1.0 3dr is excellent in terms of fuel consumption giving £10 for 100 miles (approximately) and the car tax is only £40 for 12 months due to it being a very eco-friendly car. Insurance is cheaper for this than my old 1997 1.2 Ford Ka even though this is brand new. I'm only 18 and it's brilliant - they didn't sacrifice quality even though it's such good value for money… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/08/2006 by vicky heywood (1 review written)
The Peugeot 107 1.0 3dr is a brilliant little car and is everything I want and more but next time I buy one I will opt for air conditioning. It's easy to park, very nippy, fuel consumption is excellent and it's a fun car to drive. You do however, you get a lot of turbulence on motorways, but it's a great little car!… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/05/2006 by staceylou007 (1 review written)
The 107 is my first New car and it is everything I wanted it to be and more. Firstly the whole experience of buying new was a pleasure, Peugeot treated me fantastically and bent over backwards to help with my issues, and secondly the after service is fantastic.
I had a superb deal on the passport option, something I would recommend to every potential buyer.
About the car.... It drives like a dream, sooo very comfortable and best of all it is extremely nippy for a 1L engine. It is a real head… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/01/2006 by matthewbraydon (1 review written)
The Peugeot 107 was bought as a city car, it doesn't force as many sacrifices as a Smart, and performs the role brilliantly. The engine is a marvel , a revvy little triple that delivers surprising performance and sips petrol. Equipment is fine and Toyatas influence shows throughout the car. All the controls work with a solidity to shame the rest of the Peugeot range. Basically if you are looking for a small city car than can still bring a smile on a twisty lane I'd recommend the 107. This car… Read Full Review
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