For The Peugeot 207CC is an affordable drop-top, which means it’ll always be popular. The engine range provides a good balance of power and efficiency, and boot space is reasonable.
Against It’s not the sharpest or most comfortable car of its type, and wind noise is obvious with the roof up. What’s more, the rear seats are next to useless.
What Car? says
Affordable and appealing, but with mediocre driving dynamics and a dated interior, the Peugeot 207 CC is starting to feel its age a little.
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There are 4 Peugeot 207 versions available
Target Price team says:
None of the various Peugeot 207 CC models is especially fast or sharp-handling. Instead, the appeal lies in its smooth engines, affordable costs, large boot, light controls and easy-driving nature.
While other 207s, such as the hatchback and the SW, suffer from pretty miserable residual values, happily the same is not true of this steel-roofed Coupé/Cabriolet, which has a more enduring appeal. After three years and 60,000 miles, most models will be worth more than 40 per cent of what you paid for them and that makes it a shrewder investment than many of its obvious rivals. Better still, it’s fairly easy to negotiate discounts, as our Target Prices show.
Reader test team says:
MASSIVE DISAPPOINTMENT. I bought this car which looks great but the build quality is poor. When I first bought it there were a few teething problems,…
I bought my peugeot in Nov 08 and have been so far very impressed with it, its a very stylish little car and drives like a dream, I havn't had much…
I've had this car now for 11 months and am very disappointed with it. Has been back and forth to the garage more times than I care to remember. Engine…
I have had this car 3 wks, there is a constant whirring/whizzing noise, noticeable even with the windows closed. It is a nice smooth drive and…