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Peugeot 307 CC (2003–2008)

Last updated 24 May 2016

Space for four adults. Drives well. Plenty of safety kit. The standard 138bhp manual model is the one to go for.
Awkward styling from some angles. The auto version is disappointing.
Updated 19 October 2015

Electric front and rear windows tend to fail repeatedly, every 4 years or so.

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Introduction

At launch in 2003, there was only one other car like it. The Renault Megane CC was the only alternative genuine four seater with a hard top that folded away into the boot.

We both drove all three variations of the 307CC and came to a surprising conclusion.

Peugeot 307CC 2003 Road Test

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A DEATH TRAP
 

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