PEUGEOT 107 5 Doors

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PEUGEOT 107 5 Doors
PEUGEOT 107 5 Doors   2008 2014
2008 2014

Developed in a joint-venture with Toyota, sharing both experience and costs, three vehicles came two life in 2005: the Peugeot 107, the Toyota Aygo and the Citroen C1.
The trio was built in the Czech Republic and sold on the European market in the mini (A) segment.

Considering the Euro 5 emission standards starting with 2009, the carmakers had to refreshed their products. Peugeot refreshed the 107 as well, starting with 2008. Along with the introduction of cleaner engines, the Peugeot 107 received a redesigned, fresher exterior look.

The French brand adopted a feline-like shape for the car’s headlights, with the main lamp bigger and cutting a slice from the hood. The front bumper was redesigned and featured fake side-scoops on the outer sides. Unlike the non facelifted version, the vertical bar placed in the middle of the grille was painted in silver.

Inside, depending on the trim-level, the 107 featured a tachometer mounted aside from the center speedometer, installed on the steering column assembly moving along when the driver adjusted its position. The center stack’s simple layout allowed easy use of the HVAC controls—the 107 featured power windows at the front and a compass-based system for the rear ones.

Under the hood, Toyota provided the 1.0-liter gasoline engine and PSA (Peugeot-Citroen Group) the 1.4-diesel version. Both versions were paired as standard to a 5-speed manual, while a 5-speed automated version was available as an option. The latter consisted of a manual gearbox and a computer-controlled clutch-actuator system.

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PEUGEOT 107 5 Doors
PEUGEOT 107 5 Doors   2005 2008
2005 2008

The 5-door variant of the 107 model has nothing more to offer than the 3-door variant does.
Its price tag however, is a little bit higher than that of the 3-door version.

Peugeot’s choice of engine for this model is a a 1-liter gasoline unit for both cars which makes the 107 a real helper in spaces where streetlights reign supreme. The engine’s reduced power of 68 hp does not make the car suitable for wild highway chases but it compensates through low fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. Additionally, no matter the number of doors, the 107 can fit in parking spaces where most regular sized cars cannot.

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