For The engine is well-suited to the 107 in towns and cities, and this version comes with decent levels of kit, including front fog lights and air conditioning.
Against The 107 is starting to show its age, and lacks the refinement of some rivals. Like all 107s, the boot space is poor and the seats lack support.
What Car? says
Active trim offers all the kit you expect by today's standards, without having to paying through the nose for it.
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Target Price team says:
Jointly developed with Toyota and Citroen, the Peugeot 107 is chic and cheap transport around town, although it's not so good beyond the city limits. There are three- and five-door versions, but given that you hardly buy a car this size for its practicality, we think it's best to save your money and go for the cheaper three-door model. What's more, don't think you're making a sacrifice by buying the smallest Peugeot - equipment levels are reasonable and you have the added peace of mind of a four-star Euro NCAP rating.
Every 107 has the same three-cylinder engine and qualifies for zero-cost road tax, because it emits less than 100g/km of CO2. And, if you want your 107 to stand out from the crowd – it is much the same as the Aygo and C1, after all - there's an extensive range of interior and exterior styling accessories that will do just that.
Reader test team says:
I've had my peugeot 107 for nearly 3 years now, and I think its a good, reliable little car. It was my first car so I don't have anything to compare…
I've had one of these for a week as courtesy car. First impressions where how small it is, second how flimsy, thirdly after driving how unsafe I felt.…
I have owned this car for 1 year and 3 months and I have had only one problem with it. I was told the battery is quite low (I don't know how much that…
I have had this car now for nearly two years, I didn't have it from new though - I am the second owner. Overall good but I will just start with some…