The Peugeot 1007 was introduced in 2002 in Paris. It is characterized by extremely compact body dimensions, usability of the interior with four individual seats and comfort when getting in and out of the car due to two electric sliding doors, which is very unusual for smaller cars. Sliding doors Peugeot The 1007 proved to be very practical both for easier entry and exit and for easier parking. This Micro van with its 3.73 meters in length and 1.62 meters in height has four seats and while the driver's and front passenger's seats are spacious in the rear, there are not that many seats and they are more suitable for children.
The build quality is high, just like the equipment. Each Peugeot 1007 is equipped ABS-om, ESP, electronic brake force distribution and emergency braking assist and automatic switch for turn signals. Second-hand cars with premium equipment and sports and RC lines are more popular.
The 1.4 L petrol engine with 75 bhp, 1.6 l petrol engine with 109 bhp and the engine are available 1.4 HDi diesel engine with 68 hp. Depending on the engine choice, the 1007 comes with a five-speed manual transmission or a Tiptronic transmission. In city driving, modest external measures and exemplary visibility stand out due to the elevated position behind the wheel. On poorer roads, the body jumped, while on the open road there was a lack of stability because the distance between the axles (2,32 m) increased sensitivity to crosswinds and tilting.
The Peugeot 1007 won the maximum rating in the Euro NCAP crash test.
Advantages - Peugeot 1007
- Quality of interior workmanship
- Sliding doors
- Low price of used cars
Mane - Peugeot 1007
- It lacks practicality
- Poor driving performance
- Sluggish driving
- Strange appearance and styling
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