It's easy to make yourself comfortable thanks to supportive seats, and the steering adjusts for reach as well as height. The controls are small but well laid-out, which is just as well, because they're labelled with tiny writing which is difficult to read.
Peugeot 207 Coupe Cabriolet space & practicality
There's plenty of room for the driver and front passenger, but the rear seats allow enough legroom only for young children, or an adult behind the front passenger, and they are uncomfortably upright. There's a good range of small stowage areas in the front of the cabin, and even with the roof down there's enough space in the boot for plenty of low-lying luggage or the weekly supermarket shopping. The roof folds into the boot at the touch of a button, taking 25 seconds.
Peugeot 207 Coupe Cabriolet equipment
Entry-level Active models come with alloys, air-conditioning, electric windows, front foglamps, remote central locking and a CD player. Allure trim adds a leather trim for the seats and steering wheel, plus electric folding door mirrors and rear parking sensors. The range-topping Roland Garros trim has all sorts of interior trim upgrades, along with dual-zone climate control and automatic cornering headlamps.