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Cheap to run and good touch-screen system; rivals are more spacious, thoughget the best price
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Peugeot thinks this will be the most popular spec and we’re inclined to agree. Active comes with a plastic steering wheel and gearlever, and no rev-counter (it’s a £40 option) but does have electric front windows, that neat touch-screen, manual air-conditioning and 15-inch steel wheels. You can choose between three and five doors, too.,
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