Peugeot has updated its 107 city car for 2012. With some tweaks to its appearance, more standard specification, a more economical engine, and an impressive five-year full maintenance plan, Peugeot claims that it’s A-segment competitor is “an even keener package”.
PSA Peugeot Citroën has given its two mechanically identical twins a second facelift 7 years into their life cycles, as well as a more frugal 1,0-litre engine and extra kit in the cabin.
It has taken South Africans a while to warm up to the charms of the Citroen C1/Peugeot 107 twins, but they’ve arguably never made more sense than now… Well-specified, economical and fun to drive, they also offer a bit more flair than most of their price rivals.
Developed as part of a PSA-Toyota partnership, the Peugeot’s 107 is practically identical to Citroën’s C1 and Toyota’s Aygo, but arrives on local soil ahead… Read more →