Brand New Peugeot 107 1.0 Urban Lite 3dr with No Road Tax Charge - £5,995 @ Robins & Day - HotUKDeals
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Following on from the other c1 deal virtually identical car

Centre console storage Radio/CD + MP3
Tinted glass 12V Accessory socket
Oil level indicator Front courtesy lights
Rear storage bins Full size spare wheel
2 speakers Driver SMART airbag
Dashboard storage Fixed rear side window
PAS - speed related 1 plip, 1 standard key
City cloth upholstery Chromed front bumper
ABS check/warning light Digital clock
Front door bins Lights on warning
4 speed heater fan Luggage cover

The Peugeot 107 1.0 Urban Lite 3dr has a 998cc Petrol engine producing 68.00 bhp and 70.00 lb/ft of torque. It can accelerate from 0-62 mph in around 14.20 seconds. It is capable of 52.30 mpg on the Urban cycle rising to an Extra-urban figure of 70.60 mpg. Resulting in a combined fuel economy of 62.70 mpg, giving it a range of 482 miles on a full 35.00 litres of Petrol. The CO2 emissions are 103 g/km, putting it in enviromental band B.
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#1
Looks a nice little car.

http://www.rrg-group.com/files/rrg/range/829/107_range_0.jpghttp://www.rrg-group.com/files/rrg/der/42599/09_107_3dr_ext_rear.jpg
#2
How much for the dalek-sun-roof-upgrade
4 Likes #3
I'm sure i used to have one of these when Nikko made them. Back then the battery took 3 hours to charge and the car ran for about 15 mins.

Edited By: milesy29 on Apr 26, 2011 22:23
#4
I had one for a week as a courtesy car and hated it. Well suited for round town but pants for anything else and the boot space was non existent
#5
£5269 deposit, 36 payments of £99, final payment of £3290 adds up to a little bit more than £5995 plonker
banned#6
not really a real man's car is it ?
9 Likes #7
horacevankhute
not really a real man's car is it ?


A real man doesn't need to drive around in a "willy extension"
2 Likes #8
steerterry50
£5269 deposit, 36 payments of £99, final payment of £3290 adds up to a little bit more than £5995 plonker


Might want to rethink that.
3 Likes #9
Hot deal - Calculaters £1 at Pound land...
#10
Same car cheaper at DRIVE THE DEAL
9 Likes #11
steerterry50
£5269 deposit, 36 payments of £99, final payment of £3290 adds up to a little bit more than £5995 plonker


http://www.roflcorner.com/wp-content/gallery/facepalm/DoubleFacePalm.jpg
5 Likes #12
steerterry50
£5269 deposit, 36 payments of £99, final payment of £3290 adds up to a little bit more than £5995 plonker


That's if you finance it - if you buy outright the price is £5995.

Not really fair to call them a plonker is it?
banned#13
Following on from the other c1 deal virtually identical car


following on from this deal is an identical car - cheaper too.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/new-peugeot-107-1-0-urban-lite-3dr-5-735-otr-saving-2-960-drive-deal/922757
#14
Good price, not really voting though as everybody who i know who's had pergeots has had problems
#15
My sister had one as a hire car and loved it. Creates an illusion of speed, being light, nimble and small and while slightly noisy at motorway speeds is still great bang for buck. Great first car or one for those looking to downsize given fuel prices.
#16
Pugs are ****, from personal experience.
2 Likes #17
himynameistom
Pugs are ****, from personal experience.


Except this is really a Toyota in disguise. Now if anyone can find an Aygo at this price with a 5 year warranty... ;)
#18
£6000 for a good car is great but this isn’t a good car it’s a Peugeot. Many years ago Peugeot made cars that were reasonably good but things have changed.
1 Like #19
Bought mine from Daylight Robbery At Preston ( I mean Robins & Day) don't bother trying to claim for anything under warranty and get it serviced at any other dealer but them. They were great until it was due its first service, then didn't want to know!

As to the car itself - it isn't wearing well - paint discoloured, cat failed, airbag sensor failed, sun visor fell off, hazard warning button cracked and seat fabric showing loads of wear all in first 3 years. Also the fitted Continentals last no more then 10,000 miles on the front 15,000 on the back - replaced with Pirelli and they are still going strong at 22,000.
#20
xigent
£6000 for a good car is great but this isn’t a good car it’s a Peugeot. Many years ago Peugeot made cars that were reasonably good but things have changed.


Would you prefer a Toyota Aygo? ;)
#21
I dont know why people are dissing this. If its not the car for you then its not the car for you. Personally I am fef up of being wallet raped at the petrol pumps. I would have no qualms trading down from my S320 to something smaller.
#22
msharif911
I dont know why people are dissing this. If its not the car for you then its not the car for you. Personally I am fef up of being wallet raped at the petrol pumps. I would have no qualms trading down from my S320 to something smaller.


...but will you?
#23
Yes. The Merc id up for sale. I haf a 206 as a hire car and wad very impressed. The Merc is a bit long in the tooth now anyway.
#24
Great for someone who travels about 37 feet a week. They are like driving a ride on mower with windows and for your own safety do not sit in the back as the tailgate glass is about 3 microns from the back of your head.
#25
Please do not purchase a peugeot.

They are terrible cars. I know the above is a petrol but the diesel engined cars have a PEF (particulate emission filter) required to prevent the release of those nasty small particles of exhaust waste into the atmosphere. Now this little SOB requires filling with a fuel additive that requires replacing every 50K miles at £30+ per litre (max 5) and the filter itself is £400+ (but peugeot get a 60% refund as it is regenerated and they do not pass this on to the client). Peugeot always try to replace the whole lot when the fluid only requires topping up.

Had a relay switch (£30) die just after 3-year warranty finished, peugeot wanted to change the whole lot for £250+ over 2+ days but had it repaired for £130 within 3 hours of going to a independent garage.

The services are a waste of time, the 2 most important things are checking the cam-belt and changing the oil, the rest of it is easily done or relatively cheap at an independent garage. And they do not run diagnostics for the electrical systems.


Edited By: Sammy86 on Apr 26, 2011 23:53
#26
msharif911
Yes. The Merc id up for sale. I haf a 206 as a hire car and wad very impressed. The Merc is a bit long in the tooth now anyway.


Great stuff ;)
#27
Finance calculator makes no sense to me on that site.

Passport Finance Example:
36 monthly payments of £99.00
Customer deposit £5,269.99
On the road price £5,995.00
Amount Financed £845.01
Optional final payment to buy £3,290.00
Credit facility fee
(Payable with first payment) £95.00
Total Amount Payable £7,794.01
Fixed Rate of Interest 13.5% APR
Representative 13.5% APR
Miles per annum 6,000
Excess mileage charge 4.82 pence per mile

The amount payable (7794.01) is the equivalent of the 36 monthly payments, the credit facility fee, and the final payment, plus the amount financed.

Add on the deposit of £5269 and we're talking over £13000.

As i read it, the finance is £99 a month, for 36 months, for an amount of £845.01.

Maybe i'm misunderstanding something here, but that seems a bit far from the mark with regards a 13.5%APR
#28
Doobdonk
Finance calculator makes no sense to me on that site.

Passport Finance Example:
36 monthly payments of £99.00
Customer deposit £5,269.99
On the road price £5,995.00
Amount Financed £845.01
Optional final payment to buy £3,290.00
Credit facility fee
(Payable with first payment) £95.00
Total Amount Payable £7,794.01
Fixed Rate of Interest 13.5% APR
Representative 13.5% APR
Miles per annum 6,000
Excess mileage charge 4.82 pence per mile

The amount payable (7794.01) is the equivalent of the 36 monthly payments, the credit facility fee, and the final payment, plus the amount financed.

Add on the deposit of £5269 and we're talking over £13000.

As i read it, the finance is £99 a month, for 36 months, for an amount of £845.01.

Maybe i'm misunderstanding something here, but that seems a bit far from the mark with regards a 13.5%APR


I struggled to make any sense of it either.
To me it looks like 2 different options that are jumbled together, judging by the inclusion of

'Optional final payment to buy £3,290.00
Miles per annum 6,000
Excess mileage charge 4.82 pence per mile'.
2 Likes #29
msharif911
I dont know why people are dissing this. If its not the car for you then its not the car for you. Personally I am fef up of being wallet raped at the petrol pumps. I would have no qualms trading down from my S320 to something smaller.


Worst "I have a merc" post ever.
#30
As I stated in the other about this car, I hired one of these for a weekend about 2 weeks ago. I've got a big lardy Volvo S80 and this car was brilliant. Sure, it's light and noisy, small and has no boot space but it handles really well, feels fast, is perfectly capable on the motorway. It's also cheap and frugal. I'd buy one if I had the cash.
#31
MINCER
Bought mine from Daylight Robbery At Preston ( I mean Robins & Day) don't bother trying to claim for anything under warranty and get it serviced at any other dealer but them. They were great until it was due its first service, then didn't want to know!

As to the car itself - it isn't wearing well - paint discoloured, cat failed, airbag sensor failed, sun visor fell off, hazard warning button cracked and seat fabric showing loads of wear all in first 3 years. Also the fitted Continentals last no more then 10,000 miles on the front 15,000 on the back - replaced with Pirelli and they are still going strong at 22,000.


Interestingly the C1 I used to borrow from a car club had much the same issues - every time I got in it I sat wondering how the hazard lights button had seemingly cracked from the inside... The seat fabric was alright (and obviously I don't know about the tyres, cat etc) but the glovebox had somehow reshaped its self over the years and refused to close properly.

Other than that, I thought it was an alright car. The engine sounds a bit tractor-ish but it goes well enough (all the way up to nearly 90), and it handled fairly well. The stereo was rubbish though - worse than the one in a Ford Ka kinda rubbish, but then that's to be expected I suppose. Oh and yeah, the boot is (no other words for it) hilarious. Overall though, not a bad car. Far far better than whatever Proton or Chevrolet will try and sell you for the same amount.


Edited By: Jondot on Apr 27, 2011 01:31
#32
Personally I drive a C-Class Merc (company) but something like this will do nicely for my step daughter, it will no doubt be cheap to insure/run cheers OP.

Edited By: d_dixon50 on Apr 27, 2011 04:23
#33
just paid £5735 with drive the deal for same car for missis so this isnt the best price
#34
For anyone looking at a 107 or C1 deal at the moment, bear in mind they all use the same engine ie. toyota built, hence the long wait times due to shortages at the factories in Japan
1 Like #35
SugarRay
horacevankhute
not really a real man's car is it ?


A real man doesn't need to drive around in a "willy extension"


...but some do

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_abeQimvg_6U/TAkk_YaSiBI/AAAAAAAACYw/kpktaAJ1UFw/s1600/PenisCar.jpg
#36
centaurandrew
msharif911
I dont know why people are dissing this. If its not the car for you then its not the car for you. Personally I am fef up of being wallet raped at the petrol pumps. I would have no qualms trading down from my S320 to something smaller.


Worst "I have a merc" post ever.


i have a merc
only thing gone wrong in 10 years is rear discs and pads needed changing (warped)
still on same front pads after 61K
cannot fault the build
small price to pay for reliability
suspended#37
Where can I buy a Nissan Cash-Cow?
#38
Drive the deal cheaper
#39
Well I was about to post that this was an ok deal but the Hyundai i10 is a better car and not much more to buy - then I checked the web and was shocked to find that the i10 is now £8k on the road. This is £1500 more than OH paid for his two years ago. Which I guess makes the Peugeot a decent deal afterall. I think they only have 4 seats though IIRC, and as with all these small cars, boot space is tiny.

edit: Actually Hyundai are doing a deal for an i10 in electric red only at an OTR price of £7k until 30th June. It's a great little car - 5 year warranty, air con, 5 seats. In 2 years we have had no trouble with ours at all. Not great if you have a long commute, but as a city car they are excellent. Road tax is £25 I think. OH gets around 50 mpg.

http://www.hyundai-car.co.uk/newCars/offers/details/i10.php


Edited By: aurora on Apr 27, 2011 10:31: extra info
#40
when are they bringing back horse and cart?....lol
saudi pays $90 a gallon now bet there getting worried...lol

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