What's the used Peugeot 307 coupe like?
Following on from the popularity of the Peugeot 306 convertible, and the successful folding metal and glass roof on the 206 CC, came the handsome Peugeot 307 CC.
Sadly, the added weight of that natty roof works against performance and handling. And, while the car drives well enough and can be quite good fun, it's more of a cruiser than a racer. To its credit, even with the roof down, the body is fairly stiff and there's minimum wind noise. But, with the roof up, road and engine noise are noticeable.
Unlike some coupe-cabrios, the 307 CC has four usable seats, and adults can fit into the rear seats, but the legroom is limited if there are tall occupants up front. Like all cars of its type, though, boot space is reduced when the roof is down, but the 307's is not unreasonable. Generally, build quality is good and the materials feel sturdy and well assembled.