Peugeot 207 CC

CARBARN | Peugeot 207 CC | Peugeot Predicts even higher sales as a result, but with Rivals Such as Mitsubishi's Colt CC, Nissan's Micra C + C and Vauxhall's Tigra, competition is Fierce. Emphasising its importance to the Peugeot range, the 207 CC now features a roof the which is designed and built in-house. Inside, there is plenty of space for Those in the front, and a better driving position thanks to a lowered seat and reach / rake adjustable steering wheel. Quality and design have also improved with a soft-feel facia the which can be clad in leather optional.

As for luggage room, the rear seats are best used for squashy bags, but the boot is spacious at 449 litres (roof up) and 187 litres (roof down). The steering column still rotates against your foot, the five-speed gearbox feels imprecise and although rigidity has been greatly improved, there's some shake through the windscreen over bumps. Of the three 1.6-liter engines are available - 120bhp petrol (expected to be the best-seller), 150bhp petrol turbo and 110bhp turbodiesel - We Could only test the latter two.

It's also noisy (roof down) and nose-heavy, with Vague steering. The 150bhp petrol is far livelier (0-62mph in 8.6 seconds), offering purer and more refined steering and snappier direction changes. Both cars ride well, though, and with the hood up, they're quiet and comfortable places to Spend the time. The kit count is high, too, with base Sport-trimmed models coming with the electric roof, air-con and 16-inch alloy wheels as standard. The GT adds climate control, white dash dials and an MP3-compatible CD stereo. Prices have Risen by around £ 650 model-for-model, though, and our range-topping test car weighed in at a hefty £ 17.095. Tell us about your car in our Driver Power survey.

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