Peugeot 207 5dr Reviews
Product Type: Peugeot cars
Newest Review: ... seriously impressed. It handles amazingly well, is easy to control, and is fun to drive (this is the most important thing, in my opinion). Having owned it for a longer amount of time, I found its shape and size to be very practical and good for a new driver. I found it very easy to get used to the vehicle's dimensions, and the controls are easy to understand and well laid out. The interior space is somewhat reminiscent of a Tardis; although it's a small car, it can comfortably seat five people (all the rear seats have proper seatbelts, not a rubbish lap belt in the middle), and mine had bucket seats for the driver and front passenger, wh... more
Customer Peugeot 207 5dr Reviews (19)
by - written on 07/02/13 (Very useful, 132 readings)
My first car after passing my driving test was a lovely electric blue Peugeot 207 Sport, and to this day, it is the best car I've ever driven. I, um, took my time learning to drive, and during the 5 years on a provisional license, I got to drive a wide variety of small cars. The only one that came even slightly close to this one is the newest Ford Fiesta. Before purchasing my car, I took a few test drives, but nothing really stood out. After visiting the Ford and Fiat dealerships, and a couple of car supermarkets, it all seemed a bit mediocre. The last place on my list was the Peugeot garage, and I'm so glad that I went there. I drove (what was at the time) the new Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/12 (Very useful, 197 readings)
I've had my 1.4 Peugeot 207 90 SE for almost three years now, and couldn't be happier with it. The engine is smooth and very quiet, especially at lower speeds and idle. The 1.4 90 is nippy around town, although you do need to give it slightly more revs for smaller gaps at islands and junctions, however compared to the lower powered 1.4 I tried, it's much better. The balance between economy and power is just right. Compared to my old car, a Ford Fiesta, it handles a lot better and feels more stable. The ABS works well and has a nice touch which automatically puts your hazard lights on when ABS is activated (this can be disabled using the on-board computer if ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/08/11 (Very useful, 124 readings)
I feel it is right to only review a car now that I have had it for 3 years to give a fair view of how it has performed over an extended period of time. Appearance wise the 207 is fairly similar to its predecessor the 206. With many of the classic aggressive lines now familiar on Peugeots I personally find it a very good looking modern styled car. For anyone familiar with the 206, the 207 is a slightly larger vehicle which seems to work to its advantage, the cabin space is ample for 2 adults in the back seats, although 3 would be a bit of a squeeze. The front seat are large, almost armchair like and fantastically comfortable. You would struggle to find a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/11 (Useful, 151 readings)
I own the peugeot 207 GT. It has a 1.6 litre HDMI engine and because it the GT version it has lots if added extras including a panoramic roof, directional headlights, self folding wing mirrors, automatic headlights and half leather seats. I have done 50,000 miles in it and it has never missed a beat. In my view the miles to the gallon is excellent, and on a steady run to work I have had 55 miles to the gallon out of it. It handles very well at speed and is a very comfortable drive. The only problem I have had with the car is that is tends to blow alot of headligt bulbs. Every couple of months a would have to replace one and at £10 a bulb it was getting very expensive. I Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/11 (Useful, 214 readings)
I've had my peugeot since July 2009, I brought it second hand from my then, local dealership. It's a smooth comfortable drive and handles well round corners, something that my previous car didn't (ended up slowing right down to go round a slight bend as it felt like the car was going to tip over!). The steering is nice and light - fantastic for me as I sometimes suffer from shoulder problems. Touch wood I've not encountered any engine problems, however, for the 2 winters that I've owned the car (they have been quite harsh, especially this winter!) the fuse has gone that powers the windscreen washer. Apparently this is known to Peugeot and happens ... Read the complete review
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