What used Peugeot 1007 hatchback will I get for my budget?
How much does it cost to run a Peugeot 1007 hatchback?
The 1007 is pricey in comparison to other superminis, and the only consolation is that you get a lot of kit for your cash. Used examples are likely to have shed a good chunk of their value because residuals are fairly weak from new, but buying a 1007 will still cost you.
Fuel economy isn't too bad, either. The 1.6 fares worst, but it still returns a respectable 42.8mpg. The diesel, meanwhile, will return 60.1mpg, and that's not bad considering the weight of the car. Our recommended engine, the eight-valve 1.4, will give 43.5mpg.