New Peugeot 107 Just £5999 list price £8095
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New Peugeot 107 Just £5999 list price £8095

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Found 18th Jan 2014
Specification includes CD player with AUX socket, ABS brakes, ESP, Immobiliser, Driver, Passenger, Side and Curtain Airbags plus much more.

The emissions on the New Peugeot 107 are so low there's no annual road tax.

3 years/60,000 mile warranty.

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Cheap as chips if you want a small car.

I wonder what the durability of these small cars is

They are pretty good. We had the Toyota version as it came with air con. A must really as the rear windows don't open properly.

If this kind of car happens to suit your lifestyle then this is an absolute bargain.

1 year old used ones being offered for sale at between £5500 and £6000:

autotrader.co.uk/cla…661

£38.46 a week for a new car.
What more can i say.
No mot 2 services and give it away still a good deal.

Looks like you have to spend an extra £500 for he Active model if you want aircon, front electric window and remote central locking. But at £6499 it's still a good price IMO.

Nice roller-skate. Heat

Cheap and Green equals hot, nice.

Fantastic price, we have the C1 and it is a great city car. At list price there are possibly better options but for under £6000 it is a bargain.

The girlfriend has one, and for what it is it accelerates like a rocket.

The electric power steering is bloody horrible though, and woe betide you need to change a headlight bulb

You could actually get a decent second hand car for 6k.

I hired the 5 door version of this and it was pretty good. Cheap basic transport.

I had a 5 door 107 a few years ago. There were never any problems with the engine side of things but the interior was a nightmare. It sounds trivial but the seats would creak something rotten whenever we were in it. Was louder than the stereo. Took it to the dealership to sort numerous times but they failed to sort it each time. I got that fed up that I handed the car back and for another instead. Still for £6k you can't complain at this price

good price,
decent car.

easy to service and maintain.

why pay extra for a Toyota badge when this Peugeot (or the even cheaper by list price Citroen) are identical?

Cheap insurance as well

johnzilla_

You could actually get a decent second hand car for 6k.



same irrelevant argument comes up on every new car deal on here. unless u can find this car cheaper anywhere, then it makes no difference.

thanks

Do you think you could get it cheaper if you bought it outright at the start?

My girlfriend bought one new in 2009 on the scrappage scheme, she got rid of it a year later with only 1100 miles on it.

Very cheap and cheerful and nice to drive but basic if you get the cheapest model. The passenger door doesn’t even turn on the interior light when open lol.

She got rid of it because of the amount of damage done to it after someone hit it when trying to park. Once fixed it went into our local garage for a service and the mechanic who we know quite well pointed out how corroded the underside was for a 11 month old car. That was the final straw and she got rid. She got a new Agila after that and loves it, it’s a proper car and still only pays the £20 per year Tax.

Would they give these kinda deals with a cash purchase too?

Active version probably a better bet value wise as it adds Air Conditioning, Electric Front Windows, Remote Central Deadlocking, Front Fog Lights into the spec

EliTom

hashman

I wonder what the durability of these small cars is



G/f's sister had one as her first car, cost her about 5k in 2008 (was about 14 months old I think), just got rid of it this year now with 58k on the clock for about £2k so it served her well. That's probably more use than it's really intended for but it served her well, just the usual Peugeot problems with eating backboxes.

Speakers were terrible, the seats were uncomfortable and it truly felt like a small car when you're on a dual carriageway but for £6k even if you get rid in 3 years you'll not have spent much.

Not sure about having aircon on something that small, had it on a 1.2 2009 Clio myself and the drop in power when it was on was noticeable.


Edited by: "Bossworld" 18th Jan 2014

Is there an automatic model/price ?

EDIT: appears that the auto gearbox models aren't included. Shame as the mrs would have been interested.
Edited by: "jonhoggy" 18th Jan 2014

It's been at this price for quite a while now...

This is now on run out towards a new model and the VW/Seat/Skoda triplets have stolen its place as the best city car - but at this price it's a great buy if it suits your kind of use. Clutches were a weak point on early cars but I understand that was sorted a while ago.

No thanks. For 8000 you can get a vw group city car and for 10000 you can get a vw group hatchback so why bother with this deal?

I have got a Citroen C1. Bought it new in 2009 and have done 33,000 miles in it and only ever had one problem (passenger door seal failed causing a flood in the footwell) that was fixed under warranty.

Also running costs are really cheap:
£200 a year fully comp insurance with protected no claims and zero excess
£20 a year road tax
Does 64mpg when the weather is warm and 54mpg in the cold

hashman

I wonder what the durability of these small cars is



i drive an aygo which is exactly the same as this car (same factory, parts, everything). i used to use it as a town car and it was brilliant. so good on petrol, but now i moved to the country and drive 500 miles a week, it does break fairly often. i've had to buy 2 new clutches in 1.5 years, a new gear box, exhaust, and the list goes on.

so basically, its a great car if you dont drive it too much ;-)

freakstyler

She got a new Agila after that and loves it, it’s a proper car and still o … She got a new Agila after that and loves it, it’s a proper car and still only pays the £20 per year Tax.



The Vauxhall Agila is just a Suzuki Splash.... no more no less. I wouldn't call it a proper car any more than the 107! They are both designed to be cheap, to buy on the cheap and to run cheaply.

kayzee

Would they give these kinda deals with a cash purchase too?



If they refuse (probably because they are getting a back hander from the finance company) then take the finance deal and then pay it off after a week or two - it's your right to do so. Chances are the salesperson will be happy to agree to that as they just want the sale. This is quite common practice but you might want to get confirmation.

Cold.

I could by a very used Ferrari, Lambo, Pagani, Bugatti Veyron, Koenigsegg or McLaren for this price and still have enough change for a happy meal at my McDonald's Drive Thru.

Rang them now, the offer has expired!!

Sir Charles

The Vauxhall Agila is just a Suzuki Splash.... no more no less. I … The Vauxhall Agila is just a Suzuki Splash.... no more no less. I wouldn't call it a proper car any more than the 107! They are both designed to be cheap, to buy on the cheap and to run cheaply.



If you’ve owned both you’ll find the Agila a far better car than the 107.

As cheap to run yes, if you get the 1.0 ecoflex but far better build quality and not as cheaply made or as basic as the 107.

Bought one of these three years ago for a similar price, done 30,000 miles and hasn't cost me anything in maintenance other than a new wiper blade and annual servicing to keep the warranty.

Yes, you could get a better used car for the price, but at the time I couldn't find anything to match 60mpg, £20 VED and low insurance.

I'll probably sell it on this year for something more suited to the motorway, but once I total up the costs for three years of cheap motoring, I don't think I'll be much out of pocket for buying new.

grimboj2

No thanks. For 8000 you can get a vw group city car and for 10000 you can … No thanks. For 8000 you can get a vw group city car and for 10000 you can get a vw group hatchback so why bother with this deal?


Because even the cheaper of those two is 33% more expensive than the Peugeot. If you spend 33% more on most things, you can buy a better version. As for the £10k option, that's 66% more than the Peugeot. If all you want is worry free motoring for as little money as possible, spending £10k is unlikely going to seem like an appealing prospect.

OP, heat added; a cracking deal if you want a small, cheap and brand new car :).

grimboj2

No thanks. For 8000 you can get a vw group city car and for 10000 you can … No thanks. For 8000 you can get a vw group city car and for 10000 you can get a vw group hatchback so why bother with this deal?




You're serious too arent you ? !! X)

French crap your better off buying a 3yr old ford or vw

joehart2

good price,decent car.easy to service and maintain.why pay extra for a … good price,decent car.easy to service and maintain.why pay extra for a Toyota badge when this Peugeot (or the even cheaper by list price Citroen) are identical?Cheap insurance as well




They are not " identical " and the warranty on the Toyota is for 5 years, this car has only 3 years warranty.

I had an LPG one of these. Could do 250 miles on a tenner. Was as close to free motoring as you can get!

johnzilla_

You could actually get a decent second hand car for 6k.


No good for the obsessive compulsives though.

Inactive

They are not " identical " and the warranty on the Toyota is for 5 years, … They are not " identical " and the warranty on the Toyota is for 5 years, this car has only 3 years warranty.


Ah, but how much do they extort from you for overpriced "services" in order for the warranty to be valid?
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