Peugeot has added new Sportium special-edition models to its range.
The 107 Sportium replaces the previous Envy model and is available with three doors or five. At 9945 for the three-door and 10,295 for the five-door, there's a 750 premium over the 107 Urban models they're based on.
Sportium trim adds tinted rear windows, 14-inch alloy wheels, air-conditioning and white door mirror covers and interior trim inserts. The standard car's 1.0-litre petrol engine remains.
The 207 Sportium is available as a three- or five-door hatchback, with a choice of four engines. It uses Active trim as a basis, but for an extra 350 adds a Clarion multimedia navigation unit, with a 6.2-inch touch-screen, built-in Bluetooth and USB compatibility. The system is also capable of DVD and video playback when the car is stationary.
Sportium models also gain alloy wheels, a chrome-effect front grille, tinted rear windows and front foglights. Inside there's a leather-trimmed steering wheel, aluminium pedals and gearlever.
There are 74- or 94bhp 1.4-litre petrol engines or 69bhp 1.4 or a 91bhp 1.6 diesels. Prices start at 12,095 and rise to 14,395. The Sportium models are on sale now.