Drive the deal. PEUGEOT 107 HATCHBACK 1.0 Urban Lite 3dr . Initial price of £8695 after drive the deal discount price is £5987
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Drive the deal. PEUGEOT 107 HATCHBACK 1.0 Urban Lite 3dr . Initial price of £8695 after drive the deal discount price is £5987

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Found 12th Dec 2011
This is a cheap new car with a saving of £2708. All quotes include 12 months Road Tax, a 3 year manufacturer warranty, and free delivery anywhere in England. TAX is £20 after the first year (TAX band B)
Check this link out from whatcar for more information about this car. whatcar.com/car…713


REMEMBER TO CLICK ON GET DISCOUNTED PRICE BUTTON AFTER YOU HAVE SELECTED CAR! Seems a little difficult for some
- jrw

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not this again will get loads of heat but around same price for months

eslick

not this again will get loads of heat but around same price for months


If you knew that then why not post it yourself oO I'm sure there are many who will benefit from this post.

Bear Bargains

If you knew that then why not post it yourself oO I'm sure there are many … If you knew that then why not post it yourself oO I'm sure there are many who will benefit from this post.



The problem is that is the subject of multiple posts at regular intervals at similar and cheaper prices and while not knocking this deal eslick is actually correct: You get the odd little fluctuation in price but it essentially rarely changes.
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Bear Bargains

If you knew that then why not post it yourself oO I'm sure there are many … If you knew that then why not post it yourself oO I'm sure there are many who will benefit from this post.



OK will do, will set myself a reminder in a months time and post it then

By then the new VW up will be out and no one will want to pay this when they can get the Up

Just out of interest, how do these little cars handle frequent 70mph driving? We're moving out to a village and I love superminis for the fuel consumption but not sure how happy they would be constantly using dual carriageways for 30mins to get anywhere... I'm sure they can handle it in terms of reaching the speed (although maybe not the most comfortable ride, but this doesn't bother me) but what about engine wear? Will it knacker the engine quickly?

The VW up, starts from £7995 and has very basic features & options at that price

I owned the aygo before. New in 2007, black edition of 7k. Although I had a few issues with it and to be honest, it's not my cup of tea. It suited my arrangements at the time and needing to save for a mortgage. It was so cheap to run overall that I didn't add the car running costs to my monthly bills paying out. Insurance, tax, petrol all cheap. So if your looking for a car to go a to z and not affect your lifestyle or savings..... This is a good car for you. So for this price, taking into account depreciation holds on well.... Heat added.

First of all for me it doesn't matter how many times a deal is posted, not every one has time to sit on this site all day every day so heat added, great price. We had the Toyota aygo which is the same car, it was great. I'd defo buy one again if I needed a cheap to run car and man are these cheap to run. Also on the motor way it can easily keep up, we had 95 mph out of our car..(test purpose) :-) so at 70 it's great. Like I say I'd recommend.

ScampiLamp

Just out of interest, how do these little cars handle frequent 70mph … Just out of interest, how do these little cars handle frequent 70mph driving? We're moving out to a village and I love superminis for the fuel consumption but not sure how happy they would be constantly using dual carriageways for 30mins to get anywhere... I'm sure they can handle it in terms of reaching the speed (although maybe not the most comfortable ride, but this doesn't bother me) but what about engine wear? Will it knacker the engine quickly?




My partner has one. They are fine at 70mph. I've driven it on a 500 mile round trip to Scotland before and there was no issues at all. We averaged 55mpg both ways. I'm confident that Pug/Citreon/Toyota wouldn't sell a car that wasn't capable of 70mph in this day and age. Issues we have had on a 4 year old one is a new radiator and a new water pump.

For the record though, these cars have been around the 6k price for the last 2 years. I don't see this as being a great "deal".

mrbrightside

First of all for me it doesn't matter how many times a deal is posted, … First of all for me it doesn't matter how many times a deal is posted, not every one has time to sit on this site all day every day so heat added, great price. We had the Toyota aygo which is the same car, it was great. I'd defo buy one again if I needed a cheap to run car and man are these cheap to run. Also on the motor way it can easily keep up, we had 95 mph out of our car..(test purpose) :-) so at 70 it's great. Like I say I'd recommend.



I have an Aygo too.Great car and so cheap to run too.£20 year car tax & up to 65mpg.Would def get one again

ScampiLamp

Just out of interest, how do these little cars handle frequent 70mph … Just out of interest, how do these little cars handle frequent 70mph driving? We're moving out to a village and I love superminis for the fuel consumption but not sure how happy they would be constantly using dual carriageways for 30mins to get anywhere... I'm sure they can handle it in terms of reaching the speed (although maybe not the most comfortable ride, but this doesn't bother me) but what about engine wear? Will it knacker the engine quickly?


My aygo (identical car) was ok up to 60 mph. Any faster the car literally wobbled with any gusts of wind. With how vulnerable the car is from impact, I.e. wafer thin doors etc. I wouldnt trust going much faster then 65mph. Because if your wheel goes or something mechanical (doesn't matter how much of a good driver you are) it's not looking good. Ok easily for around town and a roads. For wear and tear I drove a lot at motor way ish speeds. All ok with wear and tear to this.
Edited by: "blanka" 12th Dec 2011

ScampiLamp

Just out of interest, how do these little cars handle frequent 70mph … Just out of interest, how do these little cars handle frequent 70mph driving? We're moving out to a village and I love superminis for the fuel consumption but not sure how happy they would be constantly using dual carriageways for 30mins to get anywhere... I'm sure they can handle it in terms of reaching the speed (although maybe not the most comfortable ride, but this doesn't bother me) but what about engine wear? Will it knacker the engine quickly?



I know someone who's got a C1 and they insist their fine for motorways (Citroen C1s,Peugeot 107s and Toyota Aygos are pretty much the same cars with different trimmings). May want to look at the 1.1ltr models though.

Euro NCAP rating 4 out of 5

blanka

My aygo (identical car) was ok up to 60 mph. Any faster the car literally … My aygo (identical car) was ok up to 60 mph. Any faster the car literally wobbled with any gusts of wind. With how vulnerable the car is from impact, I.e. wafer thin doors etc. I wouldnt trust going much faster then 65mph. Because if your wheel goes or something mechanical (doesn't matter how much of a good driver you are) it's not looking good. Ok easily for around town and a roads. For wear and tear I drove a lot at motor way ish speeds. All ok with wear and tear to this.



I'm pretty sure "if your wheel goes or something mechanical" on most cars you would be in big trouble.

They don't wobble any more than any other car of similar size, so I don't see that as a valid point at all.

id rather save 4k and buy a nice v8 engined e39 bmw
mmm wafty barge
Edited by: "mrmcbunny" 12th Dec 2011

Mine used to do an easy 70 without any problems or wobble. Would agree with the doors being wafer thin etc but then i wouldnt fancy a high speed crash in any car!
This car is perfect for getting to A to B . Its not the height of luxury but its ok. I loved mine. Id have another but I need 5 seats

Second hand golf/polo/focus/fiesta.

mrmcbunny

id rather save 4k and buy a nice v8 engined e39 bmwmmm wafty barge



What?

javea

The VW up, starts from £7995 and has very basic features & options at … The VW up, starts from £7995 and has very basic features & options at that price



they say it will be available for £125 a month including insurance, servicing, tyres everything, lease only but for that price the young ones will be getting a bargain.

Skoda and Seat will also have deals on their versions, one car mag said that it wont be long before Skoda do their VAT free deal on it bringing it down to the same price as the low spec 107

im saying for that price id rather have a nice v8 engined bmw and actually enjoy driving rather than be stuck in that soul destroying tin can.

Beware, these were all built on a Friday

mrmcbunny

id rather save 4k and buy a nice v8 engined e39 bmwmmm wafty barge



Maybe buy a petrol station at the same time?

mrmcbunny

im saying for that price id rather have a nice v8 engined bmw and … im saying for that price id rather have a nice v8 engined bmw and actually enjoy driving rather than be stuck in that soul destroying tin can.



right...

hey the 4k you would save on purchase price would buy you roughly 682 gallons of petrol ! for me thats 2 years of petrol almost at 26mpg
Edited by: "mrmcbunny" 12th Dec 2011

ScampiLamp

Just out of interest, how do these little cars handle frequent 70mph … Just out of interest, how do these little cars handle frequent 70mph driving? We're moving out to a village and I love superminis for the fuel consumption but not sure how happy they would be constantly using dual carriageways for 30mins to get anywhere... I'm sure they can handle it in terms of reaching the speed (although maybe not the most comfortable ride, but this doesn't bother me) but what about engine wear? Will it knacker the engine quickly?



As I pointed out in a previous 107 thread, a friend of mine killed one of these in under two years by using it for 75mph motorway cruising. Whilst he isn't one for treating a car gently he wasn't that hard on it. It's not the car I'd want to use for regular motorway driving for a number of reasons. Great as a city car though.

abigsmurf

[quote=ScampiLamp]May want to look at the 1.1ltr models though.




There used to be a 1.4 diesel version of the Citroën, but never been a 1.1 version available.

We have a 2010 107 and a top of the range Diesel Grand Voyager with all the extras. Ok, sure the 107 is more economical obviously as most of our driving is around town, but to be honest I can't fault the 107! We hardly ever use the Grand Voyager as the 107 is so much nippier, so easy to park and very economical - we're saving around £150 - £200 per month in fuel!

I'm a guy and love our GV as it's cool and powerful, but I actually prefer driving our little BRIGHT YELLOW 107 and it handles really well. Had about 85 out of it on the motorway with no issues.

Can't recommend highly enough!

mrmcbunny

id rather save 4k and buy a nice v8 engined e39 bmwmmm wafty barge


WUM Alert!
WUM Alert!
WUM Alert!

mrmcbunny

hey the 4k you would save on purchase price would buy you roughly 682 … hey the 4k you would save on purchase price would buy you roughly 682 gallons of petrol ! for me thats 2 years of petrol almost at 26mpg



cool story bro

My C1 is fine at 90mph on the motorway.

Thankyou everyone, lots of food for thought here! Seems a cute car but I guess countryside living will require something a bit more powerful

I'm fed up with burning off lamborghini's, Ferrari's and Porsche's at the traffic lights in my wife's C1.
It's also amusing to watch their faces as the C1 passes them at 150mph still accelerating. Mind you I must admit we use Premium Grade Unleaded which is slightly more expensive!

blanka

My aygo (identical car) was ok up to 60 mph. Any faster the car literally … My aygo (identical car) was ok up to 60 mph. Any faster the car literally wobbled with any gusts of wind. With how vulnerable the car is from impact, I.e. wafer thin doors etc. I wouldnt trust going much faster then 65mph. Because if your wheel goes or something mechanical (doesn't matter how much of a good driver you are) it's not looking good. Ok easily for around town and a roads. For wear and tear I drove a lot at motor way ish speeds. All ok with wear and tear to this.



I'm sorry but however honest your view is you are mistaken. Of course it is less safe in an accident than a much bigger vehicle, but it has NCAP 4*, twin airbags (side airbags available), ABS, etc, etc. Most small cars around this price are poorer from a safety perspective. As far as your comment "...if your wheel goes..." I think this suggests you're not really very clued up when it comes to motoring matters. Sorry, not trying to insult you but I'd hate someone to be put off one of these great little cars because of your comments. Perhaps you are just a very nervous driver?

For what it's worth, this is a VERY basic version of a great little city car with incredibly low running costs. It's perfectly acceptable (if a little noisy) at Motorway speeds, no problem keeping up with traffic. Excellent space for two in the front, OK for another two in the rear but the luggage space is tiny so it's a 2 seater if you want to carry much around. Only real mechanical weakness is the clutch, which wears quickly if abused, but even this has been addressed on later cars I understand. For all those who worry about French cars' quality and reliability (and you're right to worry), this is effectively a Toyota with Toyota design and build quality so it's streets ahead of the average Pug.

Edited by: "Besford" 12th Dec 2011

I'd rather have a used mini, at least if theres a run on the pound and resulting devaluation you have a car with a UK supply chain. Also the french don't like us now so why support them.

mrmcbunny

im saying for that price id rather have a nice v8 engined bmw and … im saying for that price id rather have a nice v8 engined bmw and actually enjoy driving rather than be stuck in that soul destroying tin can.



Sorry mate, wrong thread. Mr Clarkson is on holiday again!

spamcan61

As I pointed out in a previous 107 thread, a friend of mine killed one of … As I pointed out in a previous 107 thread, a friend of mine killed one of these in under two years by using it for 75mph motorway cruising. Whilst he isn't one for treating a car gently he wasn't that hard on it. It's not the car I'd want to use for regular motorway driving for a number of reasons. Great as a city car though.




So presumably he got a nice new engine under warranty? unless of course the failure was due to a lack of maintenance? I can't beleive driving a car @75mph will kill an engine in 2 years provided it is maintained properly.

furbix

I'd rather have a used mini, at least if theres a run on the pound and … I'd rather have a used mini, at least if theres a run on the pound and resulting devaluation you have a car with a UK supply chain. Also the french don't like us now so why support them.



Daily Mail reader?

EVERY car these days has a very complex international supply chain. As if it mattered, I don't think the owners of your GERMAN Mini are all that happy with us at the mo either.

The largest British owned car maker is Morgan - but even they are not made just from bits grown in Worcestershire!

This Peugeot is built in eastern Europe from parts sourced all over the world, including Japan.

Im after a polo for the mrs, and thanks to this tread ive found out how to get it cheaper through drive the deal so thanks to the op

apk1

So presumably he got a nice new engine under warranty? unless of course … So presumably he got a nice new engine under warranty? unless of course the failure was due to a lack of maintenance? I can't beleive driving a car @75mph will kill an engine in 2 years provided it is maintained properly.



He killed the clutch first, which they wouldn't replace under warranty - although as pointed out upthread they were a known weakness on earlier ones, then there were inlet manifold issues. Treated a bit more gently it probably would've been OK, but for motorway cruising I'd want a bigger car with a longer wheel base, wider track and much better sound insulation...and one that was easily capable of cruising at 75 mph+ rather than one that's pushed to its limits, for relaxing driving you need something in reserve. More metal between me and the outside world would also be good.

Basically he treated the 107 the same way he'd treated his previous Mondeo and Micra, and they both stood up fine to his driving 'style'
Edited by: "spamcan61" 12th Dec 2011

ScampiLamp

Just out of interest, how do these little cars handle frequent 70mph … Just out of interest, how do these little cars handle frequent 70mph driving? We're moving out to a village and I love superminis for the fuel consumption but not sure how happy they would be constantly using dual carriageways for 30mins to get anywhere... I'm sure they can handle it in terms of reaching the speed (although maybe not the most comfortable ride, but this doesn't bother me) but what about engine wear? Will it knacker the engine quickly?



Always amazes me that it is the small cars that seems to whizz past in the outside lane at 90mph with someone oblivious to the laws of physics whils they play a Now 57 CD!

Personally i wouldn't think it was good to be giving it a pretty good workout day in day out and up the cc's to around 13-1400 which is still a small car. However that is based on personal and not scientific view I go with some of the others, would sooner do 70+ in a larger and more robust car as these small ones are all superlight, tin foil construction imho.

Well I've driven a fiat 500 new, fiesta new and there is a big difference. Not to mention have you seen one in a crash..... Prob not so its a valid point from a actual owner.

neilvaughan1

I'm pretty sure "if your wheel goes or something mechanical" on most cars … I'm pretty sure "if your wheel goes or something mechanical" on most cars you would be in big trouble.They don't wobble any more than any other car of similar size, so I don't see that as a valid point at all.


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