In its role as a low cost town car, you wouldn't expect that Peugeot would pile on the extras with the 107 Hatchback, but someone taking a look over the interior will be pleasantly surprised. Hardly luxurious but certainly far from Spartan, the 107's interior design has the Peugeot touch written all over it.
The Peugeot 107 Hatchback comes in three trim standards, starting from the Urban Lite through the urban finish and culminating at the Verve, the last of which is a special edition. The Urban Lite model comes with a CD player with MP3 input socket as standard, while the Urban Finish comes with remote central locking and electrically operated front windows with air conditioning as an option. The Verve gets all of the above as standard, as well as a good looking set of fourteen inch alloy wheels.
Safety features for the Peugeot 107 Hatchback take in just front and side impact airbags, ABS with Electronic Brake Force Distributor (EBFD) and Cornering Stability Control.
Fuel consumption for the 107's 1.0 liter three cylinder engine according to unofficial reviews averages out at 62.8 miles per gallon, with little discernible difference being recorded between city and highway motoring.
The 2012 Peugeot 107 has more than its share of rivals in the micro-compact city car niche, with the most prominent being its clones, the Citro?n C1 and Toyotas Aygo as well as the Chevrolet Aveo, Fiat 500, Honda Jazz, Hyundai i10, Nissan Micra, Renault Clio and the Suzuki Swift.
Peugeot are proud to present their 107 Hatchback with a three year unlimited mileage warranty