Peugeot 107 1.0 Access 3 Door £5815 OTR Cash Price - Pentagon
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Peugeot 107 1.0 Access 3 Door £5815 OTR Cash Price - Pentagon

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Found 25th Aug 2012
This deal is back on. £5815 is the cash OTR price if not taking a finance deal. Also includes Roadside Assistance.

Seems like a great price for anyone looking for a new, cheap, small, economical car.

The Peugeot 107 1.0 Access 3dr has a 998cc Petrol engine which is capable of producing 68 bhp and 70 lb.ft of torque. This allows it to accelerate from 0-62 mph in around 12.3 seconds and then go on to reach a maximum speed of around 98 mph.

The 107 1.0 Access 3dr is capable of 55.4 mpg on the Urban cycle rising to an Extra-urban figure of 74.3 mpg. This results in a combined fuel economy value of 65.7 mpg, giving it an effective range of 505 miles on a full 35 litres of Petrol.

The CO2 emissions for this vehicle are 99g/km, putting it in environmental band A.


Manufacturer: PEUGEOT

Model: 107 1.0 ACCESS 3DR

Transmission: MANUAL

Fuel: PETROL

Colour: CHOICE*

NCAP: N/A

0 - 62 mph: 12.3 SECONDS

Warranty: 3 YEARS / 60000 MILES

130 Comments

why would you get this when you can get a VW

On a serious not though, not too shabby at all.

Bought one from drive the deal last year for similar money. I bought it as a second car as the advertised mpg looked great, although in reality it falls far short of the combined 65mpg advertised.

I far from boot it around town or on the motorway but still can't manage to get above 50mpg. I think the highest I've ever seen was 49 mpg when i tried to drive as slow and carefully as possible for a whole tank.

Maybe if you love the slow lane on motorways and drive at 55 mph holding up even the lorries, it may be achievable.

I've had no faults and it drives quite nicely but if you're looking at the mpg like i was, you might want to take a second look.

cracking price indeed (_;)

Original Poster

Bought one from drive the deal last year for similar money. I bought it … Bought one from drive the deal last year for similar money. I bought it as a second car as the advertised mpg looked great, although in reality it falls far short of the combined 65mpg advertised. I far from boot it around town or on the motorway but still can't manage to get above 50mpg. I think the highest I've ever seen was 49 mpg when i tried to drive as slow and carefully as possible for a whole tank.



It's good to get some feedback from someone who has got one. Thanks.

I bought one last year at £5595 and it is a great car. Cannot get less than 50mpg even if I try. My Diesel C Class does 38mpg on the same journey. Super cheap insurance and nothing to go wrong as it is so basic. First service will be done next week by Toyota for £99. Peugeot wanted £209 for some reason

But do you have to take the finance or you can pay 5815 with no finance?

Original Poster

But do you have to take the finance or you can pay 5815 with no finance?



Passport Finance Example: Cash Price £5,815 OTR Inc Roadside Assistance, Customer Deposit £0, Balance to Finance £5,815, Followed by 1 Payment of £211.92 then followed by 35 Payments of £116.92 and 1 Final Option to Purchase Payment of £3,290. Total Charge for Credit £1,779.12. Total Amount Payable £7,594.12. Mileage restrictions apply. Borrowing Rate 11.9% Representative APR 13.4% Includes full manufacturer´s warranty for 3 years/60,000 miles.

smilinguk

But do you have to take the finance or you can pay 5815 with no finance?

Read the OPs first sentence.

Seconded - great to get feedback from someone who actually has experience of the product. Do ANY of these little cars live up to their advertised mpg's? If they (the co's) keep giving non real-life figures, surely people are just going to lose all faith in them & stop purchasing (and spread the word to warn others off). I'm all for eco-stuff, but if they're going to use it to rip us off, well they can F off.

anywhere that dose 0% or cheap finance ?

Original Poster

anywhere that dose 0% or cheap finance ?



Yes, Toyota!

Good price and for a new driver cheap insurance!

dazzle

Bought one from drive the deal last year for similar money. I bought it … Bought one from drive the deal last year for similar money. I bought it as a second car as the advertised mpg looked great, although in reality it falls far short of the combined 65mpg advertised. I far from boot it around town or on the motorway but still can't manage to get above 50mpg. I think the highest I've ever seen was 49 mpg when i tried to drive as slow and carefully as possible for a whole tank.Maybe if you love the slow lane on motorways and drive at 55 mph holding up even the lorries, it may be achievable.I've had no faults and it drives quite nicely but if you're looking at the mpg like i was, you might want to take a second look.



I know you can't tell the RPM as there's no rev counter, but I've just done 250 miles in a 1.2 2009 Clio today and averaged 51mpg. That included a bit of town driving in Hudds/Halifax, but most of it was on the M1 and A1 at about 60mph. I'd be staggered if you can't beat that in one of these. Mine would shoot down to about 45 if I stayed at a constant 70mph. I'd be interested to know the gear ratios on one of these, but as it weighs less/smaller engine, I'd be expecting 50+

My sister in law's got a 2007 107 and always raves about the MPG.

PS: drive at 57 and **** the lorries off Since petrol prices went through the roof there seem to be a lot more people happy to amble along in the first lane. Bores you to tears at first but 80mph reduces my MPG down to about 40mpg


Edited by: "Bossworld" 25th Aug 2012

Have had a a C1 since 2007 and have done 64k in it. The main thing about the MPG is its much worse in winter than summer upto about 15% worse. I used to keep track of my MPG as use the car for work so had to keep track to claim mileage allowance. My worst ever tank was 311 miles (which is just over 40mpg) my best and was trying very hard indeed was 538 miles which is just shy of 70mpg. 360 to 380 miles is probably the normal amount from a tank (47/49mpg).

cold......the car doesn't even do 100mph

Original Poster

The main thing about the MPG is its much worse in winter than summer upto … The main thing about the MPG is its much worse in winter than summer upto about 15% worse



Why is mpg much worse in winter?



Speedo hits the stop a 115mph satnav says 106mph.

skdotcom

cold......the car doesn't even do 100mph

The main thing about the MPG is its much worse in winter than summer … The main thing about the MPG is its much worse in winter than summer upto about 15% worse



Not sure but probably a combination of the tiny aluminum engine which fails to keep the heat in and the 15w40 oil it comes with. Running semi-synthetic at the moment. Will be moving to full synthetic when I do my oil filter change in 4 weeks time (less than £13 for oil and filter) so this will hopefully help using thinner oil.

don't all cars have worse mpg in winter? Seems to be the case in my experience,

Bossworld

I know you can't tell the RPM as there's no rev counter, but I've just … I know you can't tell the RPM as there's no rev counter, but I've just done 250 miles in a 1.2 2009 Clio today and averaged 51mpg. That included a bit of town driving in Hudds/Halifax, but most of it was on the M1 and A1 at about 60mph. I'd be staggered if you can't beat that in one of these. Mine would shoot down to about 45 if I stayed at a constant 70mph. I'd be interested to know the gear ratios on one of these, but as it weighs less/smaller engine, I'd be expecting 50+My sister in law's got a 2007 107 and always raves about the MPG.PS: drive at 57 and **** the lorries off Since petrol prices went through the roof there seem to be a lot more people happy to amble along in the first lane. Bores you to tears at first but 80mph reduces my MPG down to about 40mpg


Here's a little extra info on my driving style.

I pretty much drive the maximum speed i'm permitted to. If it's a 30 i'll drive 29/30 mph, 40 39/40mph and motorways 75 mph. I try to keep the revs below 3500 rpm . It's a city/town car and i use it mostly for this on a daily basis. Overall on a tank, a 3rd is probably motorway.

If you drive similarly to this you will not achieve the claimed mpg, however if you do 200+ mile trips at less than 60 mph then you most probably will do.

HotOrNotYouDecide

Why is mpg much worse in winter?



I'm no mechanic, but it will be down to the viscosity of the engine oil, and taking longer for the engine to get up to temperature, and the engine working harder and using more fuel because of this. Essentially it's to do with temperature.

In the end I googled it (hmm isn't google amazing, you can just search for something and get the answer! lol) >

treehugger.com/car…tml

A better explanation than my guess really.

Here's how I found the above link. I went to google and searched for "worse mpg in winter".
Edited by: "fishmaster" 25th Aug 2012

dazzle

Bought one from drive the deal last year for similar money. I bought it … Bought one from drive the deal last year for similar money. I bought it as a second car as the advertised mpg looked great, although in reality it falls far short of the combined 65mpg advertised. I far from boot it around town or on the motorway but still can't manage to get above 50mpg. I think the highest I've ever seen was 49 mpg when i tried to drive as slow and carefully as possible for a whole tank.Maybe if you love the slow lane on motorways and drive at 55 mph holding up even the lorries, it may be achievable.I've had no faults and it drives quite nicely but if you're looking at the mpg like i was, you might want to take a second look.



I get 50 mpg from my 2.0 Tdi VW around town

^ I can get 48mpg from my 3.0 V6 Auto 4wd Audi.

My Skyline has exactly 6 times the BHP of this car lol Does about 15MPG though, if I'm lucky

Good little car for the money, voted hot. No cars will do the claimed MPG in every day "real" driving. My other, daily, car is a 1.6 TDI and it's claimed to be able to do 74MPG combined. It comes nowhere close.


Edited by: "Modmedia" 25th Aug 2012

skdotcom

cold......the car doesn't even do 100mph



The speed limit is 70mph (For the more law abiding among us, lol) . Hot as dirt cheap for a half decent new car.

I have had 107s and they are bloody brilliant little cars- was made to get rid and get a bigger car as had a baby, but I didn't want to and I miss my wee car all the time. Desperately want another one, cheap tax, insurance, great in little spaces and I found it economical mileage wise and yes specs are given in the best-case perfect scenario, could be achieved maybe in a lab or something I'd recommend the 5 door version though, with ac.

saltrock

Seconded - great to get feedback from someone who actually has experience … Seconded - great to get feedback from someone who actually has experience of the product. Do ANY of these little cars live up to their advertised mpg's? If they (the co's) keep giving non real-life figures, surely people are just going to lose all faith in them & stop purchasing (and spread the word to warn others off). I'm all for eco-stuff, but if they're going to use it to rip us off, well they can F off.



Not gonna happen. Car manufacturers have been manipulating MPG figures for as long as I can remember and car sales are still growing pretty much year on year.

aircanman

I get 50 mpg from my 2.0 Tdi VW around town



Golf 2.0TDI Bluemotion match: 45ppm (whatcar)
Peugeot 107 1.0 Access: 24ppm (whatcar)

So while not exactly in the same class the Golf costs more than 3 times as much and costs nearly twice as much per mile to run.

Don't get me wrong if money wasn't an issue then I'd take the Golf, but for the cost of the car and the running costs nothing comes close. While there are many cars that can now get better MPG they cost more so the overall cost is higher.

So if you kept the car for 8 years and did 12k a year and the car was worthless at the end the car minus running costs would have only cost you about 6p per mile. Or about 30p per mile total running costs.


Bossworld

I know you can't tell the RPM as there's no rev counter,



Easy enough to fit one.
I stuck one from a Aygo into my GFs 107, £98 on fleabay.

Cracking little car, and simple to upgrade stuff (such as the pathetic stock speakers)

dga

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Don't ask who streamed 1080p Breaking Bad from his laptop to his PS3 with PS3 media server today (wirelessly I might add . :D)

dga

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Ha <--- That's the funny bit you forgot.

dazzle

Here's a little extra info on my driving style.I pretty much drive the … Here's a little extra info on my driving style.I pretty much drive the maximum speed i'm permitted to. If it's a 30 i'll drive 29/30 mph, 40 39/40mph and motorways 75 mph. I try to keep the revs below 3500 rpm . It's a city/town car and i use it mostly for this on a daily basis. Overall on a tank, a 3rd is probably motorway.If you drive similarly to this you will not achieve the claimed mpg, however if you do 200+ mile trips at less than 60 mph then you most probably will do.



I have to say I'm surprised by your first post. I'm not a slow driver, but I'm easily averaging 60-62 mpg in my 12-month old 107. It's surprisingly consistent as well, even though some of those runs will be purely motorway whilst others largely around town.

Even the one time I completely bombed it down the motorway I was still over 50mpg, so can't explain why you don't get that...

dga

Congrats, proof that it's not rocket science! I think TV stuff is fine … Congrats, proof that it's not rocket science! I think TV stuff is fine but some movies might fall silent due to Cinavia protection. It's a bit of a **** to say the least. Anyway shh...I'm not wanting any spoilers.



I thought I'd give that Breaking bad a try after it was talked about in this thread. I'd never heard of it. season one, 27gb oO but full HD and DD sound. Sounds great through my HTS.

Tbh i'd have expected more mpg from one of these since they weigh sod all.

My Mondeo 2.0 TDCi (remapped) gets 60.2mpg if i stick the cruise control at 70mph (Sat-Nav speed) and about 55-57 mpg at 80 mph. Not that im saying my car is ideal for a first time driver mind, just suprised about the MPG.

GAVINLEWISHUKD

Golf 2.0TDI Bluemotion match: 45ppm (whatcar)Peugeot 107 1.0 Access: … Golf 2.0TDI Bluemotion match: 45ppm (whatcar)Peugeot 107 1.0 Access: 24ppm (whatcar)So while not exactly in the same class the Golf costs more than 3 times as much and costs nearly twice as much per mile to run. Don't get me wrong if money wasn't an issue then I'd take the Golf, but for the cost of the car and the running costs nothing comes close. While there are many cars that can now get better MPG they cost more so the overall cost is higher. So if you kept the car for 8 years and did 12k a year and the car was worthless at the end the car minus running costs would have only cost you about 6p per mile. Or about 30p per mile total running costs.



People who only look at mpg or price or road tax costs and ignore depreciation are clueless.

I have plugged these £6k cars into my model, valuing their residual value at £1k after 5 years, making depreciation £20 or so a week. As you say, nothing else comes close.
Edited by: "3.1415926" 26th Aug 2012

Original Poster

I have plugged these £6k cars into my model, valuing their residual value … I have plugged these £6k cars into my model, valuing their residual value at £1k after 5 years, making depreciation £20 or so a week.



A quick look on the bay suggests that a 2007 model (5 years old) is worth between £3500 - £4000 (depending on mileage etc...).

Edited by: "HotOrNotYouDecide" 26th Aug 2012

dazzle

Maybe if you love the slow lane on motorways and drive at 55 mph holding … Maybe if you love the slow lane on motorways and drive at 55 mph holding up even the lorries, it may be achievable.



I did this in a 2.0L Audi up for a while and never bettered 42mpg per the onboard computer. Far short of the promised mpg. City trips would average about 24mpg. I switched to a 2.0L TDI and yesterday on a round trip of 250 miles at about 65-70mph the computer hit 82mpg. Can't believe that either, although the small amount of diesel I put in would suggest it was somewhere in the 70mpg range, so pretty impressive compared to the petrol engine.

What Car did a recent mpg test on a number of cars and all the manufacturers are lying.

whatcar.com/tru…pg/

skdotcom

cold......the car doesn't even do 100mph



It will do 122MPH if you drop it out of a plane.

Hot.

Cold as they don't sell diesel engine versions of these any more.

smartmac

I bought one last year at £5595 and it is a great car. Cannot get less … I bought one last year at £5595 and it is a great car. Cannot get less than 50mpg even if I try. My Diesel C Class does 38mpg on the same journey. Super cheap insurance and nothing to go wrong as it is so basic. First service will be done next week by Toyota for £99. Peugeot wanted £209 for some reason



Save yourself £110 and void your warranty

mentm

Save yourself £110 and void your warranty



Wrong.

You only have to have the car serviced in accordance with the manufacturers recommendations as per EU laws, you can use any garage you like and keep your warranty.
Edited by: "alexandercooper" 26th Aug 2012
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