Peugeot 107 Access £5695 @ pentagon-peugeot
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Peugeot 107 Access £5695 @ pentagon-peugeot

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Found 11th Jul 2012
New Peugeot 107, only the basic model, but good for the price

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Time to sell the Porsche

Joey Bloggsy

Time to sell the Porche



There is no e in Porch.

Meant to be decent little cars, and nearly half the price of a Vauxhall Zafira, plus 2 of them will carry 8 people, not 7, BARGAIN

This is a seriously good price for this car. It's the sister of the Citroen C1 and Toyota Aygo, as they're all built in the same factory. You're not going to get any amazing features for your money here - the base model has a CD player but I think it lacks central locking and front electric windows - but road tax exempt at 99g/km and realistically around 60mpg is excellent.

And it looks soooooo much better than the last 107.

bargain, cheers

Corranga

There is no e in Porch.Meant to be decent little cars, and nearly half … There is no e in Porch.Meant to be decent little cars, and nearly half the price of a Vauxhall Zafira, plus 2 of them will carry 8 people, not 7, BARGAIN




I have already edited because I missed the 's' out intially, I'm not doing another edit

Great price for a New car. Heated.

Your title is incorrect...says £5965...car is actually cheaper at £5695

Bang in a hydrogen cell and your running over 100 mpg. Cut your costs and save the planet.

I have one of these ( yes this colour aswell :-) very economical car! 1.8I vtr before that, yes you notice the difference but the pro's certainly out weigh the cons. My only tip would be...make sure you go for the 5 door and not the 3. Boot space is limited!

It has a temperature display amongst the features oO

No central locking? Where's it from? The dark ages.

Not a lot of money though, if I didn't look like a tit getting in one I'd consider it

We have had a C1 and currently have a 107
£40 fill up gets you 600-700 miles on motorway
fairly nippy 67bhp 1litre 3 cyl engine

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Thanks. This care only has 4 seatbelts tho. But I am really considering this as a good deal, I am looking at buying a brand new car as I need my car for work.

this price is only available on finance cash price is £6495 so voted cold

sancho1983

No central locking? Where's it from? The dark ages.Not a lot of money … No central locking? Where's it from? The dark ages.Not a lot of money though, if I didn't look like a tit getting in one I'd consider it



Lift left arm, extend out, press door lock, retract arm.

Cost saved on installation, maintenance, fuel cost and you use a few calories to boot!

We have a C1. The only thing I do miss is a light in the boot as the gap at the top is narrow but its much wider at the bottom so you sometimes miss smaller things. We now have a LED tap touch light in the boot which only cost a pound.

learoy69

this price is only available on finance cash price is £6495 so voted cold



Cash Price £5,815 OTR.

Great price, I've read some good things about the c1/107/aygo. Not filled with shiney gadgets, but cheap to buy and run! Heat added!

Look at prices of used ones! There still selling for £3k at 5 years old and 70k on the clock! Its not worth buying used!

Good price for a top motor. Same as Toyota Aygo.

We've had one of these for the past 18 months. Added to our existing car of a Grand Voyager Limited Edition, fully loaded, all extras diesel.

Gotta say, we hardly ever use the GV. We have this colour too, bought for our daughter to learn to drive in and she now uses it a lot. We use the 107 as first preference and nobody wants to take the GV!

Really economical, surprisingly spacious and has really good acceleration (unless you have 4 up when it struggles a bit!). Overall, an absolutely stonking great little car! Simply cannot fault it. Sure, it doesn't have many gadgets but really, does that matter?

More gadgets on a car, more can & will go wrong with it!

This costs us £20 road tax a year, plus it's cheap on insurance.

Honestly, get one - you will be so glad you did.

And this coming from a guy!

Great deal!!!

And as somebody else said - GET THE 5 DOOR VERSION.

Don't ask why, just do it.

We simply wouldn't be without this car and when we come to sell it, we'll buy a newer one!

Phila4

And as somebody else said - GET THE 5 DOOR VERSION. Don't ask why, just … And as somebody else said - GET THE 5 DOOR VERSION. Don't ask why, just do it.We simply wouldn't be without this car and when we come to sell it, we'll buy a newer one!



I have one and love it too. However I would not recommend it for regular motorway users, not very nice, just too light.

Corranga

There is no e in Porch.Meant to be decent little cars, and nearly half … There is no e in Porch.Meant to be decent little cars, and nearly half the price of a Vauxhall Zafira, plus 2 of them will carry 8 people, not 7, BARGAIN



Buy two join them together and you will have a stretch version.

Would you buy a 5 door even if it never went more than 2 up?

shareef

I have one and love it too. However I would not recommend it for regular … I have one and love it too. However I would not recommend it for regular motorway users, not very nice, just too light.





We use ours on the motorway no problem, but then we normally only go as far as 40 or 50 miles distance. I think over a longer journey it would be a little cramped but when we use the GV in wind on the motorway it also catches the wind due to the size, even though it weighs 2 tonnes or so!

But for general everydau use, especially around town, it simply is superb. Really nippy and a cinch to park (for the missus I would add!).

tigersaw

Would you buy a 5 door even if it never went more than 2 up?



Yes, I would. Having to lift the front seats forward is something from the 1970s! Even if just for shopping it will make life so much easier, plus its resale value will be better. I have a friend with one with two younger kids and she test drove a 2 door and bought one immediately - but a 5 door after getting the kids in and out once!

ScampiLamp

Great price, I've read some good things about the c1/107/aygo. Not filled … Great price, I've read some good things about the c1/107/aygo. Not filled with shiney gadgets, but cheap to buy and run! Heat added!




To be honest, we love the simplicity of it.

It really is a 'plug & play' car - get in, turn on and go. We were looking at a mini at the same time and for the same money as a 6 month old Autumn 2010 model with 2,300 miles on the clock, the best (diesel) mini we could get was a 2004 model with 80,000 on the clock. Then we read about some of the problems with minis and the costs to get a service done, and it was a no brainer.

Wadda

Look at prices of used ones! There still selling for £3k at 5 years old … Look at prices of used ones! There still selling for £3k at 5 years old and 70k on the clock! Its not worth buying used!



Yep looked at trading ours in in March. It had about 52K on then and is a 3dr Vibe in black on an 07 plate which we bought new for £6K .The dealer offered £2600 part exchange on a new one so probably could have got £3k selling it. So over 5 years its cost 3k.

All the work it has had in that time is 6 tires (use 165/60/R14 now), 2 sets of front brake pads a set of front disks. Problems, gear linkage broke (repaired under warranty) and the exhaust manifold split across the seam. This was welded and cost £120 and most of that was for time spent removing the front of the car. The mechanic said on a regular car (C5 was the example) would have cost £960 due to the time take to remove the front.

Probably buy another one as there is little competition. The petrol rivals with similar MPG are to slow and the small diesels are 50% more expensive and at this level you never make your cash back.

Got to do an oil change. Fully synthetic oil and filter will have cost me less than £11.

In all honesty the savings on the car (we have a Grande punto diesel too) gets us an extra 2 weeks holiday in the sun every year. So while it is cheep and cheerful its been great value for money.

Phila4

IWe use ours on the motorway no problem, but then we normally only go as … IWe use ours on the motorway no problem, but then we normally only go as far as 40 or 50 miles distance. I think over a longer journey it would be a little cramped but when we use the GV in wind on the motorway it also catches the wind due to the size, even though it weighs 2 tonnes or so!But for general everydau use, especially around town, it simply is superb. Really nippy and a cinch to park (for the missus I would add!).






I drive regularly on Mway and see mainly women in these flying by in the fast lane, some times I wonder if the tyres are actually in contact with the tarmac! Not safe at all on Mway in my opinion-hit a HGV in this and the rescue will have to scrape you off the nearest tree!

I have the Aygo 5 door - great car.Air-con,central locking,power steering,bluetooth etc.£20 year road tax,MOT no problem & very cheap insurance

Capt Kirk

I drive regularly on Mway and see mainly women in these flying by in the … I drive regularly on Mway and see mainly women in these flying by in the fast lane, some times I wonder if the tyres are actually in contact with the tarmac! Not safe at all on Mway in my opinion-hit a HGV in this and the rescue will have to scrape you off the nearest tree!




The reason they are flying by is because they are so light - tis true. I easily get 90+ out of ours and it does fly by many 'bigger & better' cars - it leaves them standing!

But you're right to a point, although hit an HGV in most cars at speed and you're in trouble. Fact is so many people drive these about (around where I live anyway) and they hold their price really well.

Great little runabout for the price.

Is it pre-registered?

emro23

I have one of these ( yes this colour aswell :-) very economical car! … I have one of these ( yes this colour aswell :-) very economical car! 1.8I vtr before that, yes you notice the difference but the pro's certainly out weigh the cons. My only tip would be...make sure you go for the 5 door and not the 3. Boot space is limited!


Is 5 door in this offer?

javea

I have the Aygo 5 door - great car.Air-con,central locking,power … I have the Aygo 5 door - great car.Air-con,central locking,power steering,bluetooth etc.£20 year road tax,MOT no problem & very cheap insurance



The only thing we haven't got is aircon - but with our summers who cares!

The only downside (being a bloke driver of the highest calibre) is the horn is a little pathetic - very tempted to get me some train horns fitted like in this rather funny video;

The best of train horn pranks 2


I like the way the site says

This picture is for illustration purposes only

. Isn't that pretty much the idea of a picture?

pumbajuniorJul 11, 2012
We have had a C1 and currently have a 107
£40 fill up gets you 600-700 miles on motorway
fairly nippy 67bhp 1litre 3 cyl engine

Are you on drugs or can't do simply Maths £40 = 6.5 gallons at around £6.00 to a gallon. So your car can do 100mpg?

Aygo / 107 / C1 - Do any of them have the option for a 3rd lapbelt in the back?

Gutted as it looks as though these don't!
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