The Coupe has a longer front overhang than the already nose-heavy saloon, so it’s not the easiest car to place in tight turns, while the central switchgear layout can be a bit confusing. Other than that, there’s not much for drivers of all sizes to complain about.
Peugeot 407 Coupe space & practicality
Dished rear seats mean the 407 Coupe is set up to seat four rather than five. The two passengers in the rear had better not be too tall, however, or they’ll be wedged against the headlining. Access to the back is reasonable, thanks to tilt-and-slide front seats. The 400-litre boot holds a lot, although there’s a lip to lift items over.
Peugeot 407 Coupe equipment
The single Sport trim level has front foglights and steering wheel-mounted stereo controls as standard, with bi-xenon headlights available as an option. However, leather seats cost extra, even on the range-topping V6 diesel.