For Peugeot's 107 has cheeky looks and a great engine. Running costs are low and quality is solid.
Against The Peugeot 107 is smart-looking and cheap to run, but more modern rivals – especially from the Volkswagen Group – mean it shows its age in some areas.
What Car? says
The Peugeot 107 is a smart, solid city runabout that is most at home in town, but isn't embarrassed elsewhere.
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There are 5 Peugeot 107 versions available
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…