New Peugeot 107 Access only £5995 was £8165 @ Pentagon
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New Peugeot 107 Access only £5995 was £8165 @ Pentagon

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Found 7th Jun 2014
It's back again.

This new Peugeot 107 1.0 Access 3dr Hatchback has a 68 BHP Petrol engine and a combined fuel economy of 65.7 miles per gallon. It comes with a full Peugeot 3 years /60000 mile warranty and is available to order in a wide range of colours.

Low emissions so Road tax is free.

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Are these the same as the Citroen C1?

Good price for a new car but soon to be superseded by the 108.

kalico

Are these the same as the Citroen C1?


Yes and the Toyota Aygo. All made at same factory. Toyota designed and built. Google the reviews. It does very well. I bought one 18 months ago and very happy with it.

Wife bought an Aygo (one of the triplets) when they first came out in 2005. In nine years, the only thing which broke was the boot lock and that was fixed under warranty. Superb reliability and fuel economy. A steal for £6k.

Great little cars for the money. Not going to blow people away with its extras but as a basic little motor they can't be beat IMHO. We had one from 2008 - 2010 and still regret getting rid if it.

I bought one of these on the last deal but went for the 5 door Active model for an extra £700.
Edited by: "Zaxxan" 7th Jun 2014

not a type r ...cold :-p (voted hot)

raysmith1971

not a type r ...cold :-p (voted hot)



probably has nearly as much low down torque as a type R :-p
Heat given

daughter bought one as a first car on the last deal from pentagon , when "weighing up" this against buying a second hand first car and taking into account the warranty and it being brand new whilst holding one of the best depreciation rates out of all vehicles on the resale market due to very low insurance group 1 , it really was a no-brainer .. fantastic deal

Dannynm

the new one is already out hence finishing off old stock probably. still … the new one is already out hence finishing off old stock probably. still good car.



I had to get myself a new car at the start of the year. I was hoping to wait for the new Aygo/C1/107 but events overtook me and I opted for a Kia Picanto. I'm glad I did now because they have just announced pricing on the Aygo and it looks ridiculously expensive for a small car. If you value cost-effective motoring, these old stock models look very attractive.

markymark34

probably has nearly as much low down torque as a type R :-pHeat given



wife has a "r" and do actually think the 107 would be quicker away from the lights oO
but also think the new "r" next year has ironed out the torque issues .. will be the fastest production front wheel drive on the market outstripping the leon 280 , they have started advertising it now

I've owned 2 Citroen C1's in the past. Great little cars. Nothing goes wrong, so cheap to run too. Bargain.

discoinferno

Good price for a new car but soon to be superseded by the 108.



Indeed it is. The 108 looks like a noticable step up (though some parts like the engine are carried over), but you won't get anything like the same level of discount on a brand new model so it will cost you at least a couple of thousand more.

For a cheap new runaround this looks fine.

Can these get to 70 okay on the motorway? What's acceleration like out of the first few gears?

Cameron92

Can these get to 70 okay on the motorway? What's acceleration like out of … Can these get to 70 okay on the motorway? What's acceleration like out of the first few gears?


My daughter has a C1 and it can't half take off from the lights. Like a four wheeled motorbike. Motorway handling is excellent (which was a big surprise).

Cameron92

Can these get to 70 okay on the motorway? What's acceleration like out of … Can these get to 70 okay on the motorway? What's acceleration like out of the first few gears?

my girlfriend has a 1.0 Aygo and it's very speedy away from the lights. She also travels from Liverpool to Kent and Essex on a regular basis, it's perfect for the motorway.

Always bemuses me that these cars are low emmissions and tax free but a scooter or low capacicty motorbike still has to pay road tax...:{

68bhp? You may as well just get a Moped. I guess it's ideal for a stereotypical female who doesn't want to drive fast.

matt139

68bhp? You may as well just get a Moped. I guess it's ideal for a … 68bhp? You may as well just get a Moped. I guess it's ideal for a stereotypical female who doesn't want to drive fast.



68bhp is plenty in a nice light car.

gtd65

Always bemuses me that these cars are low emmissions and tax free but a … Always bemuses me that these cars are low emmissions and tax free but a scooter or low capacicty motorbike still has to pay road tax...:{



Yep, just got the renewal for my Vespa - £38.
My Octavia will cost me £20 when it's due.

Sadly, it's because there are no emissions figures for a lot of 2 wheeled vehicles.

trimm trab

wife has a "r" and do actually think the 107 would be quicker away from … wife has a "r" and do actually think the 107 would be quicker away from the lights oObut also think the new "r" next year has ironed out the torque issues .. will be the fastest production front wheel drive on the market outstripping the leon 280 , they have started advertising it now



I think that will be beaten by the Astra VXR Extreme a few months later.

http://offlinehbpl.hbpl.co.uk/galleries/RCW/VX_14025_FS.jpg

whatcar.com/car…301

matt139

68bhp? You may as well just get a Moped. I guess it's ideal for a … 68bhp? You may as well just get a Moped. I guess it's ideal for a stereotypical female who doesn't want to drive fast.



think you need a corsa with stripes down the side to be the stereotypical young male who "thinks" he drives fast

Good deal on the face of it, but be aware that standard equipment does not include air con. It does however list rear parcel shelf as standard! :-)

karlie88

I think that will be beaten by the Astra VXR Extreme a few months … I think that will be beaten by the Astra VXR Extreme a few months later.http://www.whatcar.com/car-news/vauxhall-astra-vxr-extreme-revealed/1229301



that will look stunning parked up on the hard shoulder with typical vauxhall failures oO

trimm trab

think you need a corsa with stripes down the side to be the stereotypical … think you need a corsa with stripes down the side to be the stereotypical young male who "thinks" he drives fast



Don't you mean something along the lines of a Subaru WRX or a Mitsubishi EVO if you are on about stereotypical male fast cars? In all fairness though, the VXR version of the Corsa is pretty nippy.

agitatedclimax

My daughter has a C1 and it can't half take off from the lights. Like a … My daughter has a C1 and it can't half take off from the lights. Like a four wheeled motorbike. Motorway handling is excellent (which was a big surprise).

I bought an Aygo 2 years ago and it's a brilliant car and has no problems with top speeds on motorways and is so economical!

Cameron92

Can these get to 70 okay on the motorway? What's acceleration like out of … Can these get to 70 okay on the motorway? What's acceleration like out of the first few gears?



I have an MMT Aygo (which is a semi-automatic) and although it is called a "city car," I use it for my daily commute from Cardiff to Pyle and back, mostly motorway. It certainly can handle 70 on the motorway with ease. The gear ratios are quite low; I think you can get to 80 in 3rd if you want!

I've had a few small cars (two Fiestas with small engines and a Corsa with a 1.2l engine) and this has better acceleration than all of them.

I think a lot of the reason for this is that the mass of the car is about 700kg unladen, a lot lower than the others.

I also get an easy 50mpg without trying.

The aygo, c1 & the 107 are essentially the same car with only the front and rear of the cars are styled differently by each brand. Some say the build quality is different but tbh its just special edition of the car are different, I prefer my aygo over my sisters 107.

matt139

68bhp? You may as well just get a Moped. I guess it's ideal for a … 68bhp? You may as well just get a Moped. I guess it's ideal for a stereotypical female who doesn't want to drive fast.


Thats a very troll-like statement.....!? Or was it a joke that didn't quite work?

That's dirt cheap. Could be ideal for a little run around I'm after. I'll have to get over feeling a bit of a **** driving it :P

[edit]
Damn it has twice the mpg of my bike
Edited by: "TeamMCS" 7th Jun 2014

trimm trab

that will look stunning parked up on the hard shoulder with typical … that will look stunning parked up on the hard shoulder with typical vauxhall failures oO



I've got an Astra VXR and VXR8.

Lifetime warranty on all of them.

No problems or mechanical breakdowns.

Don't buy any of there second hand cars there are all x hire cars ask to see log book

kirstyjane72

Don't buy any of there second hand cars there are all x hire cars ask to … Don't buy any of there second hand cars there are all x hire cars ask to see log book


Ok I will not, what about the new ones?

matt139

68bhp? You may as well just get a Moped. I guess it's ideal for a … 68bhp? You may as well just get a Moped. I guess it's ideal for a stereotypical female who doesn't want to drive fast.



Or a deal for someone who does not measure their sexual organs size by the size of their car engine, someone who does a lot of local runs/urban driving, someone who sees a car as a tool not a status symbol. Someone who wants cheap motoring.

Suppose revving your engine while riding the clutch at the traffic lights in your massive car that is measured in Gallons Per Mile makes up for having a small willy?

I'm considering upgrading my 2004 1.2 polo... I've debated everything from a new A5 to a 1995 3 series for £700... A car that has no tax, stupidly low insurance and mega efficiency in london I'm sorely tempted. Has anyone had any dealings with the pentagon group and do you reckon they'd discount further for a cash buy?

one thing I will say here is if MPG is important go for a kia picanto 1, far better car than the aygo/107/c1. The wife & I bought 2 new cars recently she got the Kia & I got the Toyota, teh aygo is fun to drive although for a nice comfortable ride & space with a far better warranty the Kia is teh one to go for. If you like fun driving then get the c1/aygo/107 but teh ride is much harder like the fiesta sport

These cars are great little runarounds, I'm 6ft 5', and had one of these for a year, had no issues and it got me around perfectly well. They're a bit plasticy and cheap but what do you expect?! Paid this price for a 2 year old ex motability car with 7k on the clock so would have snapped this up at this price. Get one while you can! Heat from me

matt139

68bhp? You may as well just get a Moped. I guess it's ideal for a … 68bhp? You may as well just get a Moped. I guess it's ideal for a stereotypical female who doesn't want to drive fast.


Congratulations on most idiotic reply , power to weight ratio means these are faster than most 1:2 around town if needs be , and as I remember mopeds are restricted to 30 mph , so well done for clever comparison
Edited by: "rickj" 7th Jun 2014

rickj

Congratulations on most idiotic reply , power to weight ratio means these … Congratulations on most idiotic reply , power to weight ratio means these are faster than most 1:2 around town if needs be , and as I remember mopeds are restricted to 30 mph , so well done for clever comparison



i was clearly taking the ****. Surely you cannot be that stupid? For the price you'd have to be an idiot to pick this up.
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