Is a Peugeot 107 a safe car?

Is a Peugeot 107 a safe car?

Like its co-developed sister cars, the Citroen C1 and Toyota Ago, the Peugeot 107 carries a three-star rating from safety body Euro NCAP. In crash tests it was awarded a score of 68& for adult occupant safety, 73% for child occupant safety and 53% for pedestrian safety.

Is Peugeot 107 any good?

The 107 drives reasonably well, too, with capable handling and a great little engine. The ride is a touch firm and refinement isn’t great, but neither problem is serious enough to spoil the experience. Rear space is tight, though, and the boot is tiny.

Does the Peugeot 107 have a Toyota engine?

What’s less clear is what’s in it for Toyota. Nevertheless, the throngs of motoring journalists from around the world were greeted in Geneva by three identikit cars: the Citroën C1, the Peugeot 107 and the Toyota Aygo. All powered by a 1-litre petrol engine from Toyota or a 1.4-litre diesel unit from PSA.

Is the Peugeot 107 still made?

The Peugeot 107 is a city car produced by French automaker Peugeot, launched in June 2005, and produced through 2014.

Does Peugeot 107 have an alarm?

Into this latter category we must place the Peugeot 107, not because of the alarm clock rev-counter on the dashboard, but because of the Philippe Starck toaster. Peugeot describes it as “urban”, though perhaps a more appropriate word is “domestic”, a fun appliance for getting to the shops.

Does Peugeot 107 have spare wheel?

The position of the spare wheel on your Peugeot 107 may vary depending on the year of manufacture. Usually you will find her under the trunk, accessible from inside the boot, or sometimes accessible from the outside by unscrewing the clips in the boot of your Peugeot 107.

Is Peugeot 107 safe on motorway?

The engine doesn’t have enough power to cope well with motorway speeds and it gets very noisy. Wind and road noise levels are bad, too, as the interior isn’t very well insulated. What’s more, you feel very vulnerable next to lorries and SUVs from inside the little 107 – especially on the motorway.

How many miles will a Peugeot 107 do?

Running costs are minuscule. The small engine will return a fantastic average of 61.4mpg, and this means you’ll be able to travel more than 470 miles on a single tank of fuel.

How fast is a Peugeot 107?

100 mph

Power 68 bhp
Top Speed 100 mph
0-60 mph 13.7 secs
Torque 93 Nm, 70 ft-lb
CO2 Emissions 109 g/km

How fast does a Peugeot 107 go?

Is a Peugeot 107 a good first car?

It’s slow, small and raspy. The perfect combination for a first car I’d say. You can pick these up for anywhere between £1,000 and £3,000 for a good one with low miles. They are very cheap to insure and I also think they look rather smart, especially in grey.

How do I test my cars immobiliser?

You can rest assured that your car has a factory-fitted immobiliser if it was manufactured after October 1998. However, if your car was made before that date and you want to check if it has an immobiliser, the easiest way to check is to contact your car’s manufacturer or consult your owner’s manual.

How fast is the Peugeot 107?

You can see why Peugeot launched here with just the 1.0-litre, reflecting the 107’s urban bias and offering a sprint to 60mph that takes 14 seconds. The good news is the fact that this 1.0-litre engine is predictably excellent in terms of fuel economy and emissions.

What is a Peugeot 107 CityCar?

The Peugeot 107 citycar was launched at the same time as its sister vehicles, the Citroen C1 and the Toyota Aygo. The Citroen was the cheapest and was also offered with a diesel engine. The Toyota was the plushest and most adventurously styled.

When did the Peugeot 107 sport XS come out?

The Sport XS models turned up early in 2007 with spoilers a twin exhaust and red interior detailing but the same modest 1.0-litre engine. The design brief for the 107 was to engineer a compact car with an assertive character, versatility in use and above all, that was totally at ease in the urban environment.