For The Peugeot 207 SW has a bigger boot and more rear space than the 207 hatch. It also has the same high-quality, airy cabin and drives well.
Against It's rather expensive, the diesels don't ride as well as the petrols and the looks won't appeal to everyone.
The Peugeot 207 SW is as good to drive as its hatchback brother, but with a useful increase in boot space and rear accommodation.
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Like the Peugeot 207 hatchback range, the SW five-door estate is slightly pricey. That's not such a big problem because you should be able to negotiate a hefty discount on any of the four trim levels and four engine combinations. Discounts of at least £1200 are perfectly feasible, so always check What Car's Target Price for your chosen version before opening negotiation.
The real issue with the car is its weak residual values. For example, after three years and 60,000 miles the 1.6 HDi 110 will be worth only around 37% of its list price. Compare that with a Mini Clubman, which - while not as practical as the Peugeot - still retains 61% of its value. Skoda's diesel Fabia estate also has the Peugeot beaten in the long term, retaining at least 45%. Running costs are reasonable for all engine variants, but securing a good deal really is crucial.
This is my new company car, having had a 207 HDi 110 Sport Hatchback before this. I have to say i miss the 110bhp, that 20bhp does make a big…
my wife and i brought our 1.6 auto sw nearly 3months ago we have done nearly 4800 miles at an average of approx 47to the gallon.The roads and hills…
I have just returned from a 2500mile to South West France. The car performed excellently and returned an overall mpg of 51. The boot very easily held…
This car has a fabulous sunroof, great fuel economy from the diesel engine, and there's loads of boot space with the rear seats down.
With a decent, willing engine and reasonable specifiation for a sensible price, this is our favourite version of the 207 SW.