Peugeot 207 (2006 – 2012) Review
Peugeot 207 (2006 – 2012) At A Glance
The spirit of the 205 revived. Packed with personality. Fun to drive, safe, and decent quality.
No design classic. Escalating reports of swamped wiring loom failures. Vital to clear bulkhead vent well drains regularly.
The 207 has a big job to do. It has to follow Peugeot's best selling cars ever: the 206 and the 205. It has to be loved. Being bigger than a 206 (actually the same size as the old 306), it has to sell for more money. And it has to win hearts and minds of buyers who might otherwise have plumped for the new Clio.
There's no bargain basement 207. Though prices weren't set at the launch they later came in at "from £8,995", which is £1,500 more than the cheapest FIAT Grande Punto. If you want a ‘Two O' for less, the 206 will continue alongside for a while, like the 205 did after the launch of the 106.
At least you get a lot for your money in the base model 207. Dubbed the ‘Urban' it comes equipped with unexpected kit like a switchable passenger airbag, side airbags, remote control central locking with deadlocks, three rear 3-point seatbelts with outer belt force limiters and a comfortable centre rear seat with adequate headroom.
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On the inside of an Peugeot 207 (2006 – 2012)
- Boot space is 270–1474 litres
With a height and reach adjustable steering wheel and height adjustable seats for both driver and passenger, everyone in the front can get comfortable. But some drivers will find the top of the steering wheel obscuring the top of the instruments when it's in the ideal driving position. Ride quality is excellent and even deliberately putting a wheel in a pothole hardly upset it at all.
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Driving Peugeot 207 (2006 – 2012)
You'll get for your £8,500 a 1.4 litre 75bhp petrol engine, electric front window (driver's one-touch), split-folding 60/40 rear seats, three adjustable rear head restraints which disappear onto the seat-backs, a steering wheel adjustable for reach and rake, a stereo radio CD player, both driver and passenger seat height adjusters, ABS with EBD and EBA, a really nice, solid upper dash in non-reflective black, 15" steel wheels and trims with 185/65 R15 tyres, and a full-size spare.
And funnily enough the 1.4 petrol is the peach of the range. The engine itself is sweet as a nut; willing and free-revving. The gear ratios are well chosen. While the steering, ride and handling are spot on. It turns into corners well, grips like a homophobe's handshake, and puts a smile on your face.
The 110bhp 1.6 is a lot faster, of course. But that doesn't actually make it more fun, just faster fun. And you may occasionally find yourself hitting the rev limiter in 3rd, as we did on at least one occasion. Push it really hard and the electronics will finally wag their finger at you and put an end to the stupidity before any harm is done. But they are so far from rotten old spoilsports in the way the do this that you won't find yourself looking for the ESP ‘Off' button.
In contrast, the two diesels we drove were mildly disappointing. This 110bhp 1.6 16v HDI would normally be my engine of choice because it's the most undiesel-like diesel I know. It revs to just under 5,000, which is further than most petrol car drivers ever go, and makes the 1.6 16v 206 HDI by far the most fun car in the 206 range. But the two engines were simply to young and too tight to joyfully release the power and torque they will later be capable of delivering. So, though they had more punch uphill than the 1.6 petrol, and on paper offer a slightly quicker 0 - 60, the diesels just weren't yet lively enough to offer the fun factor of the petrol engines.
They will eventually, though. Once they're properly run-in. And with nearly 30mph per 1,000 rpm in 5th will be a lot more restful and a lot more economical on motorways.
However, the conclusion about the 207 is where I began. You'll probably be able to pay around £13,000 for a 1.6 HDI 110 GT on 17" wheels with 205/45 tyres. But pay £8,500 for a 1.4 Urban and you'll easily have just as much fun.
|1.4 16V||44 mpg||14.2 s||152 g/km|
|1.4 16V 2-Tronic||46 mpg||15.5 s||146 g/km|
|1.4 8v||45 mpg||15.7 s||145 g/km|
|1.4 8V||45 mpg||15.7 s||145–150 g/km|
|1.4 HDi||64–67 mpg||14.8–16.9 s||110–117 g/km|
|1.4 VTi||48–49 mpg||12.1–12.8 s||135–140 g/km|
|1.6 16V||40–46 mpg||10.6–11.7 s||145–166 g/km|
|1.6 HDi||74 mpg||13.1 s||98 g/km|
|1.6 HDi 110||59–63 mpg||11.1 s||120–126 g/km|
|1.6 HDi 112||61 mpg||11.1 s||119 g/km|
|1.6 HDi 90||63–66 mpg||12.9 s||115–120 g/km|
|1.6 HDi 92||66–67 mpg||12.9 s||110–113 g/km|
|1.6 THP 150||40 mpg||8.7 s||164 g/km|
|1.6 VTi||46–47 mpg||10.7 s||139–141 g/km|
|1.6 VTi Automatic||41–42 mpg||12.7 s||155–160 g/km|
|Economique 1.6 HDi||74 mpg||11.7 s||99 g/km|
|Economique+ 1.6 HDi||74 mpg||11.7 s||99 g/km|
|GTi 1.6 THP 175||39 mpg||7.1 s||171 g/km|
Peugeot 207 (2006 – 2012) Models and Specs
|Kerb Weight||1201–1336 kg|
|Boot Space||270–1474 L|
|Road Tax Bands||A–H|
|Official MPG||39.2–74.3 mpg|
|Euro NCAP Safety Ratings|
On sale until January 2013
|Access 1.4 8v 3dr||£9,995||44.8 mpg||15.7 s|
|Access 1.4 8v 5dr||£10,895||44.8 mpg||15.7 s|
|Access 1.4 HDi 5dr||£11,895||67.3 mpg||16.9 s|
|Access 1.4 HDi FAP 3dr||£11,295||67.3 mpg||16.9 s|
|Active 1.4 8v 3dr||£11,745||44.8 mpg||15.7 s|
|Active 1.4 8v 5dr||£12,345||44.8 mpg||15.7 s|
|Active 1.4 HDi 5dr||£13,345||67.3 mpg||16.9 s|
|Active 1.4 HDi FAP 3dr||£12,745||67.3 mpg||16.9 s|
|Active 1.4 VTi 3dr||£12,145||48.7 mpg||12.1 s|
|Active 1.4 VTi 5dr||£12,745||48.7 mpg||12.1 s|
|Active 1.6 HDi 5dr||£14,045||67.3 mpg||12.9 s|
|Active 1.6 HDi FAP 3dr||£13,445||67.3 mpg||12.9 s|
|Active 1.6 VTi Automatic 3dr||£13,845||42.2 mpg||12.7 s|
|Active 1.6 VTi Automatic 5dr||£14,445||42.2 mpg||12.7 s|
|Allure 1.6 HDi 112 FAP 3dr||£15,545||61.4 mpg||11.1 s|
|Allure 1.6 HDi 112 FAP 5dr||£16,145||61.4 mpg||11.1 s|
|Allure 1.6 HDi 5dr||£15,295||65.7 mpg||12.9 s|
|Allure 1.6 HDi FAP 3dr||£14,695||65.7 mpg||12.9 s|
|Allure 1.6 VTi 3dr||£14,095||46.3 mpg||10.7 s|
|Allure 1.6 VTi 5dr||£14,695||46.3 mpg||10.7 s|
|Allure 1.6 VTi Automatic 3dr||£15,095||40.9 mpg||12.7 s|
|Allure 1.6 VTi Automatic 5dr||£15,695||40.9 mpg||12.7 s|
|Oxygo 1.6 HDi 3dr||£12,645||74.3 mpg||13.1 s|
|Oxygo 1.6 HDi 5dr||£13,245||74.3 mpg||13.1 s|
|Oxygo+ 1.6 HDi 3dr||£14,095||74.3 mpg||13.1 s|
|Oxygo+ 1.6 HDi 5dr||£14,695||74.3 mpg||13.1 s|
On sale until October 2011
|Envy 1.4 8v 3dr||£12,095||44.8 mpg||15.7 s|
|Envy 1.4 8v 5dr||£12,695||44.8 mpg||15.7 s|
|Envy 1.4 HDi FAP 3dr||£13,095||67.3 mpg||16.9 s|
|Envy 1.4 HDi FAP 5dr||£13,695||67.3 mpg||16.9 s|
|Envy 1.4 VTi 3dr||£12,495||48.7 mpg||12.1 s|
|Envy 1.4 VTi 5dr||£13,095||48.7 mpg||12.1 s|
|Envy 1.6 HDi FAP 3dr||£13,795||67.3 mpg||12.9 s|
|Envy 1.6 HDi FAP 5dr||£14,395||67.3 mpg||12.9 s|
On sale until April 2011
|Economique 1.6 HDi 3dr||£13,045||74.3 mpg||11.7 s|
|Economique 1.6 HDi 5dr||£13,645||74.3 mpg||11.7 s|
|Economique+ 1.6 HDi 3dr||£13,945||74.3 mpg||11.7 s|
|Economique+ 1.6 HDi 5dr||£14,545||74.3 mpg||11.7 s|
|S 1.4 16v 2-Tronic 5dr||£13,045||45.6 mpg||15.5 s|
|S 1.4 8v 3dr||£11,545||44.8 mpg||15.7 s|
|S 1.4 8v 5dr||£12,145||44.8 mpg||15.7 s|
|S 1.4 VTi 3dr||£11,945||47.9 mpg||12.1 s|
|S 1.4 VTi 5dr||£12,545||47.9 mpg||12.1 s|
|S HDi 70 5dr||£13,045||65.7 mpg||16.9 s|
|S HDi 70 FAP 3dr||£12,545||65.7 mpg||16.9 s|
|S HDi 92 5dr||£13,845||67.3 mpg||12.9 s|
|S HDi 92 FAP 3dr||£13,245||67.3 mpg||12.9 s|
|Sport 1.4 VTi 3dr||£13,195||47.9 mpg||12.1 s|
|Sport 1.4 VTi 5dr||£13,795||47.9 mpg||12.1 s|
|Sport 1.6 VTi 3dr||£13,895||47.1 mpg||10.7 s|
|Sport 1.6 VTi 5dr||£14,495||47.1 mpg||10.7 s|
|Sport 1.6 VTi Auto 3dr||£14,895||41.5 mpg||12.7 s|
|Sport 1.6 VTi Auto 5dr||£15,495||41.5 mpg||12.7 s|
|Sport HDi 92 5dr||£15,095||65.7 mpg||12.9 s|
|Sport HDi 92 FAP 3dr||£14,495||65.7 mpg||12.9 s|
|Urban 1.4 8v 3dr||£10,195||44.8 mpg||15.7 s|
|Urban 1.4 8v 5dr||£10,795||44.8 mpg||15.7 s|
|Urban HDi 70 5dr||£11,795||65.7 mpg||16.9 s|
|Urban HDi 70 FAP 3dr||£11,195||65.7 mpg||16.9 s|
On sale until November 2010
|S 1.4 16v 2-Tronic 3dr||£12,195||45.6 mpg||15.5 s|
|Sport HDi 112 FAP 3dr||£15,045||61.4 mpg||11.1 s|
|Sport HDi 112 FAP 5dr||£15,645||61.4 mpg||11.1 s|
On sale until June 2010
|S HDi 90 5dr||£14,195||65.7 mpg||12.9 s|
|Sport HDi 90 3dr||£14,795||64.2 mpg||12.9 s|
|Sport HDi 90 5dr||£15,395||64.2 mpg||12.9 s|
On sale until March 2010
|S HDi 70 3dr||£12,895||65.7 mpg||16.9 s|
On sale until January 2010
|GTi THP 175 3dr||£17,295||39.2 mpg||7.1 s|
|Sport HDi 110 FAP 3dr||£15,395||62.8 mpg||11.1 s|
|Sport HDi 110 FAP 5dr||£15,995||62.8 mpg||11.1 s|
On sale until July 2009
|Sport 1.4 8v 3dr||£12,595||44.8 mpg||15.7 s|
|Sport 1.4 8v 5dr||£13,195||44.8 mpg||15.7 s|
|Sport HDi 70 3dr||£13,495||64.2 mpg||14.8 s|
|Sport HDi 70 5dr||£14,095||64.2 mpg||14.8 s|
On sale until May 2009
|GT HDi 110 FAP 3dr||£16,135||60.1 mpg||11.1 s|
|GT HDi 110 FAP 5dr||£16,735||60.1 mpg||11.1 s|
|GT THP 150 3dr||£15,735||40.3 mpg||8.7 s|
|GT THP 150 5dr||£16,335||40.3 mpg||8.7 s|
|SE Premium 1.4 VTi 5dr||£14,195||47.8 mpg||12.8 s|
|SE Premium 1.6 VTi 5dr Auto||£15,895||-||-|
|SE Premium HDi 90 5dr||£15,295||64.2 mpg||12.9 s|
On sale until October 2007
|SE Premium HDi 110 5dr||£14,215||60.1 mpg||11.1 s|
On sale until June 2007
|S 1.4 16v 3dr||£10,525||44.1 mpg||14.2 s|
|S 1.4 16v 5dr||£11,125||44.1 mpg||14.2 s|
|Sport 1.4 16v 3dr||£11,225||44.1 mpg||14.2 s|
|Sport 1.4 16v 5dr||£11,825||44.1 mpg||14.2 s|
On sale until May 2007
|SE 1.4 16v 5dr||£11,922||44.1 mpg||14.2 s|
|SE 1.6 16v 5dr||£12,622||46.3 mpg||10.7 s|
|SE 1.6 16v 5dr Auto||£12,622||-||-|
|SE HDi 110 5dr||£13,712||58.8 mpg||11.1 s|
|SE HDi 90 5dr||£12,992||62.7 mpg||12.9 s|
|Sport 1.6 16v 5dr||£12,422||46.3 mpg||10.7 s|
|Sport 1.6 16v 5dr Auto||£12,422||-||-|
On sale until May 2006
|SE 1.6 16v 5dr||£12,195||40.3 mpg||11.7 s|
|Sport 1.6 16v 3dr||£11,395||40.3 mpg||10.6 s|
|Sport 1.6 16v 5dr||£11,995||40.3 mpg||11.7 s|
- Euro NCAP 5 star occupant protection, 3 star pedestrian protection and 4 star child protection rating had not been achieved before by a supermini.
- 1.4 75bhp petrol engines lively and fun to drive (much more fun then a 206).
- 1.6 THP 150 and 175 won International Engine of the Year Award in 1.4 to 1.9 category for 2007.
- 2009 International Engine of the Year award in the ‘1.4-litre to 1.8-litre category’ has again been won by the 1.6-litre, four-cylinder direct injection turbo petrol engine designed by PSA Peugeot Citroën in cooperation with BMW Group. Introduced in 2007 in the Peugeot 207, the 175bhp version of the engine also equips the Peugeot 308 GT THP 175. The 1.4 to 1.6-litre engine range delivers between 95 to 175bhp and is capable of producing over 200bhp for future product developments.
- 21-3-2011: 'Most Reliable European badged 3 - 7 year old car' in 2011 Warranty Direct Reliability Survey, with only a 6% incident rate and a £331.92 average cost of repair. More at: www.reliabilityindex.co.uk
- 5-door has horribly tinny, clangy rear doors.
- Original 110 bhp 1.6 16v replaced by new chain-cam 120 bhp 1.6 16v from March 2007.
- Wipers leave unswept vertical area about 4" wide next to driver's side screen pillar.
- RT3 satnav infuriatingly slow to input town names because it does a predictive search after every letter. Needs a software modification so it only becomes predictive after three or four letters.
- GTI THP 175 has only a space-saver spare wheel to cut down on weight, only a 5-speed gearbox and suffers torque steer absent from GT THP 150.
What to watch out for
One report of rear damper failure on 207 1.6 16V SE 5 door after 3 months and 1,100 miles, not speed hump related. Also driver's window closing noisily and morning brake grind from rust on the discs.
End of plastic dipstick of 1.6 HDI engine can break and drop into sump requiring removal of sump to retrieve it.
One August 2007 report of external gear selector mechanism problems on 1.6 Sport, though seems to have been confined to a small batch.
'Whirring whine' from 1.4HDI may be failing timing belt tensioner, which is a roller bearing device like the idler pulley, but with a reddish rubber/nylon damper. Gates cambelt kits include this part. Wise also to replace waterpump which is driven by the timing belt.
2007 207 1.4 16V (95 bhp) Peugeot engines can suffer early ignition coil failure in cold conditions.
207 5dr hatch 16v 90 Sport purchased 02/09/ 06. Problems encountered by 15/8/08 include: 2 New Oxygen sensors fitted different times; 1 New Alternator; 1 Cigar Lighter; 1 Rear Screen washer wiper pump; Plus Boot would not open; 2 New Steering racks.
Unexplained sudden cutting out of 1.6HDI in August 2010 resolved as follows: 1. Reset ECU; 2. Replaced High Pressure Pump. FAP checked ok; 3. As no fault code found on third visit Fuel Filter replaced; 4. Engine Fuse Box replaced.
19-3-2011: Eolys fluid to regenerate the diesel particulate filters of 1.6HDIs is stored in a container inside the rear wheel arch where it is fairly vulnerable to stone damage. Numewrous cases of the container splitting and depositing the carcinogenic Eolys fluid on readers driveways.
29-3-2011: One case of a stretched timing chain requiring replacement on a 207GT.
16-1-2012: Turbo problem on 1.6TDCI/1.6HDI DV6 appears to be getting worse: Reader reports 1.6TDCI at 56,000 miles: "Car lost power plus growl/whine indicating turbo trouble - drove gently 3 miles to local garage where tech confirmed - pulled inlet rubber pipe and demonstrated wear in turbo bearings. He is quite clued up and knows a lot about this problem. There is a huge amount of evidence of similar cases in the Backroom forum and others, and there is clearly a serious problem affecting this engine. The cure is not just a new turbo, but new oil pipe, pump, pick-up, etc etc. Ford dealer prices for repairs are £1,200 for parts alone. There was a Ford TSB45/2008 about this. Newer engines (2008+) have modified parts. Apparently you can get a new turbo for £350 plus £120 for a "kit" of modified pipes/pick-up unions etc. from Transitpartsuk (International Parts Ltd) to fit next week. eBay supplier TransitpartsUK
8-2-2012: On the older 1.4 belt cam engines, thermostat housing failures seem to lead to coolant losses that can result in overheating and consequential head gasket failure.
11-3-2012: Now thought that low pressure in the fuel pump of the 1.6THP 150 leads to low pressure in the oil pump, starving the timing chain of oil on start-up and leading to stretching of the chain. That could also be why they rattle on start-up.
22-3-2012: Steering fault on 2009 Peugeot 207 1.4 Sport from Peugeot dealer on 11th Feb 2012 at 14,169 miles. Fixed by another Peugeot dealer under warranty. Then head gasket oil leak, again fixed by another Peugeot dealer under warranty. (From Ask.)
29-8-2012: 56 reg 207 1.4 16v always had a problem when starting from cold - engine hesitates for a couple of seconds and the revs drop right down before accelerating again. Now getting worse. Might be coils problem above. Might be old 206 throttle position sensor problem. Apparently might be curable by a software download. See www.peugeotforums.com.
31-12-2012: 'Gong' sound means that car battery is failing to hold sufficient charge and needs to be replaced.
12-5-2013: Reader reports three consecutive failures of the plastic bag of Eolys DPF regeneration fluid for his 207 1.6HDI. Apparently the surface plastic of the bag breaks up.
15-6-2013: Another head gasket failure reported on a 38k mile 2008 207 (see above 8-2-2012).
4-12-2013: 2009 207 suffered a burned out fusebox, apparently common on forums, no common cause yet established.
19-1-2014: Fusebox problem caused by water ingress. Needs drying out (carefully, with a hairdryer), then resealing.
17-2-2014: Eolys fluid bag burst on a 207 diesel and after complaining to VOSA, Peugeot not only replaced the readers Eolys bag free of charge but also paid to have his driveway resurfaced.
7-7-2014: 60k mile 2010 Peugeot 207 1.6 VTI 120 SW suddenly pulled violently to the right. Diagnostics came up with fault code 0303. Fault was with the EPAS. Quoted £450 to repair.
9-3-2015: Peugeot 207 petrol models can suffer a lot of expensive faults after 7 year and 100,000 miles.
15-4-2015: Nightmare series of problems with a Peugeot 207 1.4 VTi SW: 'Antipollution' and 'Engine management' lights came on and car had reduced power when the engine reached its operating temperature. While cold, the car performed normally, although the lights were showing. Mileage on this car is currently 56,000 and previously had the timing set and dephaser cleaned by Peugeot agents at 49,000 for similar problems. After a fault diagnosis, the timing was set again and a new VVT solenoid valve fitted at a cost of £320 which included 4 hours of labour costs. The lights appeared again the day after the car was returned, oil was leaking from the engine head and the engine was extremely noisy when cold and idling. A faulty cam dephasing pulley was diagnosed and replaced at a further £520 including 8 hours of labour.
14-6-2015: Wiring loom failed on 4 year old 207. Quoted £2,400 to replace it of which Peugeot would pay half.
25-6-2015: Report of another wiring loom failure, this one on a 25,000 mile 2009 Peugeot 207. New ECU costing £700 fitted in May 2015. Then failed MoT due to failed sidelights. Apparently coolant had got into the fusebox and rotted some of the pins and the wiring. Peugeot will only supply a complete new wiring loom at a cost of £900, plus the cost of fitting it. No goodwill if the car is repaired at an independent garage.
12-11-2015: Fault with 4-speed automatic transmission of Peugeot 207 1.6 SW: Under certain conditions, a warning light appears with a clunk from gearbox. According to driver's manual, this means gearbox is stuck in 3rd gear. Resets itself when engine restarted. Fault is known to Peugeot as it is described in handbook. According to internet forums, other similar vehicles have same fault and software update could be solution. Automatic gearbox has been checked by specialist and has no fault.
2-1-2016: Failure of rear lightbulb led to fitting of replacement wiring harness kit which itself failed because male and female parts of connector suffered failed earth pins. This led to need to to replace entire rear light unit.
2-12-2016: Report that flooded bulkhead vent wells of 2012 Peugeot 207 due to blocked vent well drains led to swamped electronics and a £3,500 repair bill of which Peugeot offered to pay half. See: 4-12-2013; 19-1-2014; 14-6-2015 and 25-6-2015. Vital to clear debris from vent well drains regularly.
27-2-2017: Complaint of PAS of 2011 Peugeot 207 failing.
24-2-2018: Report that screen wash reservoir can crack if plain water in it freezes. That then deposits the contents on the wiring loom, causing mayhem. Vital to use screenwash with sufficient anti-freeze.
23 dated faults reported since January 2011
- June 2006: New 207 launched
- July 2006: 1.6 GT THP 150 announced
- March 2007
- June 2007
- June 2007
- June 2009
- July 2009
- December 2009
- February 2010
- April 2010
- June 2010
- October 2010
New 207 launched
Good looking successor to Peugeot 206, built on stretched PSA 'Platform One'. 4,030mm long by 1,720mm wide by 1,472mm high. Launch belt-cam petrol engines were 1,360cc 8v with 75bhp and 87lb ft torque, 1,360cc 16v with 90bhp and 100 lb ft torque and 1,587cc 16v with 110bhp and 110lb ft torque. Diesel engines were 1,398cc HDI 70 with 70bhp and 118lb ft torque, 1,560cc HDI 90 with 90bhp and 158lb ft torque and 1,560cc FAP 110 with 110bhp and 192lb ft torque.
From around £8,500. Very high spec even on base versions. UK launch 8th June 2006. Prices from £8,995 for 1.4 Urban 3-dr. Insurance Groups from 3E. All 207s except for GTI 175 and CCs have full sized spare wheels.
1.6 GT THP 150 announced
First 207 model to use the Peugeot / BMW 1.6 turbocharged engine. Available November 2006. 3 door model in GT trim only. £14,345 on the road. 150 bhp at 5800 rpm and 180 lb ft of torque at only 1400 rpm. Spec includes: six airbags, ABS, EBFD, EBA, ESP, tyre pressure sensors, two Isofix three-point rear child seat mountings, electric windows, Thatcham class 1 alarm / deadlocks, automatic static directional headlamps and wipers, dual zone climate control air conditioning, panoramic “Cielo” glass roof with sunblind, 17” alloy wheels, steering column adjustable for reach and rake, height adjustable driver and passenger seats and half leather trim.
New chain cam EP6 1.6 litre 16v 120bhp petrol engine with 5-speed manual or 4-speed sequential auto with lock-up available from March 2007 from £11,795. on the road. Called 207 SPORT 1.6 16v 120 and 207 SE 1.6 16v 120. This 1.6 replaces the old 110bhp 1.6. 120 bhp at 6000 rpm and maximum torque of 120 lb ft at 4250 rpm. Very flat torque curve which, even at only 2,000 rpm results in 103 lb ft, or 88% of its maximum torque being produced, giving excellent driveability.
Works very well with 4-speed autobox, though you need to work it using the back to front Tiptronic type shift to get the most out of it. Still very smooth and sweet with excellent handling. 0-60 12.5 seconds, top speed 122, 40.3mpg combined, 167g/km CO2 VED Band E, insurance group 7E. AUTO RECOMMENDED.
207 Cielo announced, based on the popular 207 Sport with Cielo panoramic glass roof, metallic paint (Diablo Red, Neysha Blue and Aluminium), Bluetooth hands-free phone kit, Cruise control with speed limiter. 75bhp engine is PSA's old 1.4 belt cam; 95bhp engine is the same as in a MINI One.
GT THP 175 from June 2007, quite cheap for the performance at £14,995. 0-60 6.8 seconds, top speed 137mph, 39.2mpg combined, CO2 171g/km VED Band E, insurance group 15E.
Peugeot 207 m:play, powered by a 1.4 litre petrol engine and in both three and five door body styles and three exciting exterior colours, Flamenco Red, Lacerta and Neysha Blue. Spec includes: air conditioning, sports seats, leather steering wheel, special m:play carpet mats and a radio / CD player with a built in “MP3” connector located in the glovebox. Connects directly to a personal MP3 player. From £10,645 on-the-road for the three door model. 207 m:play: 106 mph; 0-60 15.2; 44.8mpg combined; 150g/km CO2; IG 3E
Peugeot 207 Sport XS THP 150 three door is powered by 1.6 litre THP turbo petrol engine producing 150 bhp and 180 lb ft of torque at only 1,400 rpm. Choice of Bianca White or Aegean Blue, with 17” Hockenheim alloy wheels, Full colour coded rear bumper, Twin front “chin” spoilers, Rear boot spoiler, Full black leather interior, Special XS carpet mats, ESP. Priced at just £13,995 on-the-road. Only 800 of this special 207 will be built. 207 Sport XS THP 150: 131 mph; 0-60 8.4; 40.3mpg combined; 166g/km CO2; IG 11A
Much better RT4 Multi Media System available for 207 from December 2007. Includes 30 GB hard disk to store up to 180 hours of music tracks and updatable navigation mapping for Western Europe. Faster processing speeds reduce time to calculate destination routes. Available on the Peugeot 207 SE Premium, GT, GTi, 207 CC GT and 207 SW Sport models. Priced from £995 MRRP. Also, price of ESP option on 207 models reduced to £200.
Announcement of facelift from August 2009.,Twelve different engines, including a 175PS 1.6 Turbo. Revised exterior and interior styling. New standard equipment. Low CO2 emissions.
Redesigned front with a softer visual look. Increased use of exterior body colouring and chrome detailing. Spectacular new rear lights which use panels of light emitting diodes (LEDs) on the hatchback and CC models. More luxurious Passenger Compartment with new trims and detailing which place the emphasis on perceived quality, comfort and dynamism, new instrument panel designs with a more modern look and visual appeal.
The new 207 benefitted from: Particularly fuel efficient engines with reduced greenhouse gas emissions. “Very low fuel consumption” optimised not only aerodynamically but also by operation of the engine itself and the rolling resistance of the vehicle, allowing CO2 emissions to be reduced to 99 g/km. Gradual introduction of engines meeting the Euro5 emission standard. Introduction of a gear change indicator on manual gearbox models to encourage the driver to drive in a more fuel efficient way.
New standard equipment to include: Peugeot Connect USB with Bluetooth, in-car entertainment system. One-touch direction indicator function for safe lane changes. Remote controlled window closure, via the plip unit on hatchback and SW models. One-touch operation of the driver's electric window on the 207 CC.
207 SW range to include 207 SW Outdoor version.
New 99g/km CO2 free tax Peugeot 207 Economique available from October 2009. Benefits from the new exterior and interior styling changes of the revamped 207 range. Powered by a Euro 5 1.6 litre HDi 90 bhp diesel engine, same as the Fiesta ECOnetic. Two trim levels – Economique and Economique +
Available with three or five-doors. List prices from £12,995 on-the-road.
Peugeot 207 Verve, currently available with a 1.4 litre 8v 75 bhp petrol and 1.4 litre HDi 70 diesel engines, will be joined by a new 1.4 VTi 95 bhp petrol and 1.6 HDi 90 diesel engine, in January 2010. Also available in three new exterior colours, from January 2010.
Garish limited edition 'S16' launched to celebrate Kris Meeke Intercontinental Rally Challenge successes. More show than go. Powered by 1.6 litre 120 bhp VTi petrol engine shared with BMW MINI. £1,200 of additional specification compared to a standard Sport model. On-the-road price £14,695
Extra kit includes: Bianca White exterior body colour. Full 207 RC Cup bodykit comprising front and rear spoilers, side skirts and a pseudo rear diffuser. 17” Hockenheim Alloy Wheels. SP Sports mesh grille. Dark tinted rear windows from 207 GTi model. Special interior badge signed by Kris Meeke. Optional free of charge vinyl rally graphics which mimic those found on Kris Meeke’s IRC winning 207 S2000 rally car. Optional leather interior is also available priced at £684.21. It is available in black with either black or silver Grey stitching.
Top Speed 125 mph, 0 to 60 mph 10.4 seconds, 47.1mpg combined, EU5, 139g/km CO2, £120pa VED.
Introduction of a new 6-Speed manual gearbox and a new Euro 5 HDi diesel engine. 207 Sport HDi 110 hatchback and SW Sport and Outdoor HDi 110 models replaced by new versions fitted with a new 6-speed manual gearbox and a more powerful HDi 112 bhp diesel engine.
This new 1.6 litre HDi 112 FAP diesel engine meets the requirements of the Euro 5 emission standards and benefits from a number of improvements over the current 110 bhp unit. These include increased performance in terms of driveability and responsiveness, as well as quieter operation, while at the same time reducing CO2emissions.
Thanks to its new hi-tech design, this new four cylinder engine with a capacity of 1,560 cm 3 and eight valves, has a maximum torque output of 270 Nm at 1,750 rpm, an increase of 12.5% over the current engine and, during overboost, 285 compared to 260 Nm. It also has a very wide operating range with high levels of torque available at all times, ensuring good driveability and reduced fuel consumption on a day to day basis (since the user can drive more often at lower engine speeds): 135 Nm from 1000 rpm, 242 at 1500 rpm, 270 from 1750 to 2000 and 224 Nm at 3500 rpm. Its maximum power output is 112 bhp at 3600 rpm.
Peugeot 207 Sport models also benefit from improvements to the standard specification with the fitment of dark tinted rear windows and rear electric windows on the five-door hatchback and SW versions.
Peugeot’s popular 207 hatchback and SW range expanded with introduction of a Special Edition Millesim 200 version.
Available with a choice of petrol and HDi diesel engines. The Millesim model will strengthen the 207 range with its upgraded standard specification and unique Millesim badging, offering even greater value for money for retail customers.
All models are based on the current S hatchback and SW versions but benefit from a range of extra standard equipment consisting of: 15” alloy wheels, Peugeot Connect USB & Bluetooth, front fog lights, sports front grille with chrome detailing, coloured coded side rubbing strips with chrome inserts, aluminium roof bars (SW only) and unique Millesim 200 badging.
|On-the-road Price||Combined MPG||CO 2 Emissions|
|207 3-Dr Millesim 1.4 8v 75||£11,995.00||44.8||145|
|207 3-Dr Millesim 1.4 VTi 95||£12,395.00||47.9||137|
|207 3-Dr Millesim HDi 70||£12,895.00||65.7||115|
|207 3-Dr Millesim HDi 90||£13,595.00||65.7||115|
|207 5-Dr Millesim 1.4 8v 75||£12,595.00||44.8||145|
|207 5-Dr Millesim 1.4 VTi 95||£12,995.00||47.9||137|
|207 5-Dr Millesim HDi 70||£13,495.00||65.7||115|
|207 5-Dr Millesim HDi 90||£14,195.00||65.7||115|
|207 SW Millesim 1.4 VTi 95||£14,035.00||47.9||137|
|207 SW Millesim HDi 90||£15,135.00||64.2||117|
As well as the extra standard equipment, all Millesim 200 models also benefit from: ABS, electronic brake force distribution (EBFD), emergency brake assist (EBA), power steering, four airbags, remote control central locking with deadlocks, three rear three-point seat belts, 2/3–1/3 split folding rear seat, steering column adjustable for reach and rake, radio / single CD player, body colour exterior door mirrors, black body side mouldings, trip computer, electrically operated / heated door mirrors, air-conditioning…
The fitment of Peugeot Connect USB & Bluetooth enables a portable MP3 player or iPod to be connected to the vehicle and full Bluetooth mobile phone connectivity allows hands-free phone calls to be made and received by the driver using just the controls on the steering column.
The 207 Millesim will be available with two petrol engine options in the hatchback version. The first is a 1.4 litre 8v 75 bhp engine and the second a 1.4 litre 16v VTi 95 bhp engine. This engine uses Peugeot’s innovative VTi technology to improve the engine’s efficiency, significantly reducing fuel consumption (particularly in phases of partial load) and, therefore, CO2emissions. The 207 SW Millesim is only available with the 1.4 litre 16v VTi 95 bhp petrol engine.
For hatchback HDi diesel versions, the 207 Millesim is powered by Peugeot’s 1.4 litre HDi 70 or a 1.6 litre HDi 90 engine. Both engines are acknowledged for their driveability, performance and low running costs of 65.7 mpg (64.2 mpg for the SW) in the combined cycle and zero vehicle excise duty. The 207 SW Millisem is only available with the 1.6 litre HDi 90 bhp diesel engine.
The 207 Millesim 200 also benefits from Peugeot’s extensive experience and the latest technological advances to ensure safety of the highest order at all levels. Standard fitment across all models of: four airbags, five three-point inertia reel seat belts with a fasten seat belt warning system, front and rear head restraints designed to limit whiplash, two Isofix mountings to accommodate a child seat and an electrically operated child safety system which simply and safely locks the rear doors and disables the electric rear windows on five-door models and the SW.
The 207 Millesim range will be launched in the UK in June priced from £11,995.00 on-the-road for the1.4 8v 75 petrol hatchback version. All models bought in June will also come with a free Nokia 5230 smart phone with inbuilt satellite navigation with free future updates and an in-car mounting kit.
Peugeot 207 Sportium special edition announced. The Peugeot 207 Sportium hatchback is available with a choice of either a VTi 95 Euro 5 petrol engine or Peugeot’s new HDi 92 Euro 5 diesel engine. It builds on the already comprehensive standard specification of the previous special edition 207 Millesim model.
All models have: power steering, six airbags, remote control central locking with deadlocks, electric front windows – “one touch” for the driver, reach and rake adjustable steering, radio/ CD player, ABS, EBFD, EBA, trip computer, electrically operated / heated door mirrors, manual air-conditioning, front fog lights, chrome effect finish to the front grille, colour-coded body side mouldings (including rear bumper), Peugeot connect USB with Bluetooth, alloy wheels 15” on petrol models and 16” on HDi models, rear parking aid, Sportium interior pack and dark tinted rear window / rear side glass.
|On-the-road Price||CO 2 Emissions|
|207 3-Dr Sportium 1.4 VTi 95||£12,595.00||137|
|207 3-Dr Sportium HDi 92||£13,895.00||113|
|207 5-Dr Sportium 1.4 VTi 95||£13,195.00||137|
|207 5-Dr Sportium HDi 92||£14,495.00||113|
The fitment of Peugeot Connect USB & Bluetooth enables a portable MP3 player or iPod to be connected to the vehicle and full Bluetooth mobile phone connectivity allows hands-free phone calls to be made and received by the driver using just the controls on the steering column.
With ever-increasing fuel costs and emission based taxation affecting all drivers, the combined fuel consumption of the 207 Sportium HDi 92 at 65.7 mpg, combined with zero road fund licence costs will ensure owners’ motoring budgets stretch as far as possible.