The driving position won't suit everyone because the steering column adjusts only vertically and there's no seat height adjustment. The heater controls are poorly-marked, too, making them tricky to use. Still, there's a fresh and fun-loving character to the cabin, and visibility is very good.
Peugeot 107 Hatchback space & practicality
Four people will fit inside the cabin, as long as they’re not too tall and are willing to share out what space there is. That’s quite an achievement in a car which is even shorter than a Mini. However, this passenger room comes at the expense of the boot space, which is tiny and accessed through an awkward hatch opening. You need to fold the split rear seats for any substantial load.
Peugeot 107 Hatchback equipment
There are three trim levels in the Peugeot 107, but the cheapest (Access) is very basic. It has less safety kit than others in the range and just two speakers for the stereo, while it’s the only car in the range without remote central locking, electric front windows and air-conditioning. These come as standard on mid-range Active trim, as well as smarter looks inside and out, while the top Allure trim brings Bluetooth, daytime running lights and alloy wheels.