This car feels like it has flat spot in certain gears, and feels very filmsy. Despite that, it's a very good looking car with the roof up or down.
I purchased this car in Dec 2004 and already I am considering selling it. Although it is a lovely looking car it is just not powerful enough for me as I have always owned injections.
This is my first convertible and probably my last - I am now convinced that all convertibles are sluggish.
Another major fault I find with this car is the visibility: it is really poor. I have had reversing censors fitted as the back of the car is too high which means I have to rely on the censors to guide me. The wide pillars at the front have caused me to have a couple of near misses because they simply block your vision.
I owned this car for six months. In that time the CD changer, driver's door (which flew open while driving) and the loose window trim needed to be fixed.
Most irritating was that the roof retraction mechanism scored the roof panel resulting in deep scrathes on both sides.
When taken into the Peugeot dealer, I was told that this was not a result of the mechanism. Oddly enough, two cars on their lot had the same marks.
A lovely car to drive, if slightly underpowered. A real head-turner with the top down and a fun to drive. If the quality was better, I would likely still own it.
The 307CC is a beautiful car to look at. Unfortunatley the roof has failed 8 times and the cabin trim quality is very poor.
The car drinks petrol in town and the rear seats are only for children. The best way to sum up this car is to say that I've just ordered my second Golf TDi - should never have traded the first one in.
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Amazing car, once driven, never forgotton, forget all the pretenders like BMW Z4 and Mercedes SLK, they will never have the passion of a Porsche
I love this car! Handling is great, its fun to drive and even reasonably practical!