Do Peugeot still make the 107?

Do Peugeot still make the 107?

The Peugeot 107 was launched at the same time as its sister cars, the Citroen C1 and Toyota Aygo. Like those cars, it’s happiest in the city, but unlike the Citroen Peugeot only offered the 107 with a single petrol engine, so no diesel 107 has ever been offered.

When did they stop making Peugeot 107?

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

What replaced Peugeot 107?

108
Having been on sale for almost a decade and shifting more than 740,000 examples worldwide in the process, Peugeot has seen fit to replace its 107 city car with this – the new 108.

Is Toyota Aygo the same as Peugeot 107?

Being essentially the same car underneath, the Peugeot 107 shares the Toyota Aygo’s strengths and weaknesses; it’s great fun around town, but not so competent out on the open road. But the 107 (and the Citroën C1) is more common and a fraction cheaper, which makes it a slightly better buy.

Which is best Aygo C1 or 107?

The only difference between the Citroën C1 and its sister cars is the badge and some minor styling tweaks, but like the 107, generally speaking, the C1 is a shade better value on the used market than the Aygo. Whichever model of the three you choose, though, avoid examples with the jerky automatic gearbox.

Is Peugeot 107 same as Toyota Aygo?

Peugeot 107. Being essentially the same car underneath, the Peugeot 107 shares the Toyota Aygo’s strengths and weaknesses; it’s great fun around town, but not so competent out on the open road. But the 107 (and the Citroën C1) is more common and a fraction cheaper, which makes it a slightly better buy.

What engine does the Peugeot 107 have?

The tiny 998cc three-cylinder engine in the Peugeot 107 produces 68bhp, and with its characterful exhaust note and distinctive thrum, it’s great fun to use and delivers nippy performance. The light clutch and gearshift mean it’s easy to drive, especially in town.

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