Choose from a 110bhp 1.6-litre petrol, a pair of 2.0 petrols and a new 2.0 diesel that develops 136bhp. Neither of the two 2.0 petrols is quick, hampered by the car’s extra weight over the basic hatchback. Better to treat the 307 CC as a relaxed cruiser, meaning you’re best off with the sweeter 140bhp petrol.
Peugeot 307 Coupe Cabriolet ride & handling
The 307 is really feeling its age next to newer competition. The body flexes over coarse surfaces and the steering feels wooden. The ride isn't terrific, but it's a better cruiser than it is a sports car.
Peugeot 307 Coupe Cabriolet refinement
The steeply raked windscreen helps ensure refinement is good inside the cabin, even when the roof is down. As long as you keep the windows up, there’s no need to raise voices too much, even at motorway speeds. With the roof up, though, the 307 CC is not as refined as a genuine coupe due to road and engine noise.