Monday 31st March 2014
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The new facelifted 2014 Peugeot 107 is seen as a vast improvement over its predecessor, particularly in terms of looks. The new 107 is available in 3 or 5-door variants and both are coupled to the 1.0L petrol engine. You can get this car with either the 5-speed manual or 5-speed automatic gearboxes. The 107 has been in production since 2005 and the initial version has a controversial looking front end design. We have written a full Peugeot 107 review which you can view by clicking here. The new front end design on the new version includes a lower front panel which has housing for the fog lights. It also includes a new front bumper design and daytime running headlights. The manual gearbox version offers around 65.7mpg and a very low emissions of 99g/km. As the emissions are below 100g/km it means free road tax in the UK. Unfortunately with the automatic version, the emissions are 104g/km which means that you will have to pay for road tax. The automatic version still offers a good fuel economy at 62.8mpg. Prices for the new 107 begin at around £8,000 with prices for the automatic version beginning at £9,000. There are a lot of decent cars in the city car class these days, but none are good as the 107 in terms of fuel economy. The 107 is certainly worth considering if you are after a city car. What do you think of the new 107 design? Do you think it is an improvement over the previous version? Share your views in our comments box below. Have a look at the video below for a review of the new 2014 Peugeot 107:

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