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What Car? says

3 out of 5 stars

For It's an affordable coupe-cabriolet with a fancy folding glass and metal roof

Against The extra weight of that roof takes its toll on performance and handling

Verdict It's good value for money and good looking, but it can be unreliable

Go for… The diesel

Avoid… 1.6-litre automatic

Peugeot 307 CC
  • 1. There are reports of lots of little faults, mainly electrics-related. Check every switch works before you buy
  • 2. The diesel engine has the most pulling power and, of all the CC's engines, is best suited to the car
  • 3. A complete service history is always important, especially on the diesel cars
  • 4. Unlike in some convertibles, the back seats in the 307 are useable, even if legroom is limited
  • 5. As in all cars of this type, the 307 CC's boot space is reduced when the roof is down, but not by too much in this case
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