107 automatic

Discussion in 'Peugeot 107' started by Gio, Apr 23, 2006.

  1. Gio

    Gio Guest

    Hi all, is there anyone out there with an auto version of the 107 ? If so,
    what are their thoughts on the clutch operation and just how economic is the
    car MPG wise ?

    Gio
     
    Gio, Apr 23, 2006
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    Steve Guest

    I take it nobody has a 107 ?

    Steve
     
    Steve, Apr 27, 2006
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  3. I have a 107 - bought it in February. Not automatic though. I am very
    pleased indeed with it. I really can't believe it only has a 999cc
    engine - it flies on the open road, and the acceleration is pretty
    good. Try putting your foot down in first and you won't believe it - if
    the need arises you can take off from traffic lights etc. faster than
    many a bigger car. I like the thrum of the 3 cylinder engine too.

    I found the suspension a little on the firm side - proabably because I
    am used to true French cars. I recently sold a 2CV for goodness sake! I
    am getting used to the firmer ride though, and it may soften up a
    little in time.

    I decided on the 107, even though I prefer the Citroen image, because
    to get some of the extras I wanted I would have to have had a five door
    C1. I am not a Toyota sort of person, so didn't really consider the
    Aygo.

    My 107 is black and I went for the aluminium trim, aluminium gear-knob,
    rev counter, badged mud-flaps, aircon and rear parcel-shelf with
    speakers. The black version looks like it is colour coded which is
    partly why I went for it.

    I've been looking in this group for any mention of the 107, but apart
    from Gio and Steve's posts I've not seen anything. I know it's not a
    true Peugeot, but it certainly looks the part.
     
    Phillip Deackes, Apr 27, 2006
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  4. Gio

    Gio Guest

    Thank you for the information Phillip, your comments were ideal. Just like
    you we would have preferred a C1 but in my case when I rang them this
    morning, Citroen UK customer services were less than helpful when I asked if
    the company was ever intending to import the auto 5 door version. I was
    told it depends upon the marketing dept so I asked if I could be transferred
    to them. No was the reply, we cannot internally transfer calls. Tried
    another tack and asked if customer services were informing the marketing
    dept of my enquiry ? Reply no. I then asked the obvious question re how
    marketing gauged customer interest if the information could not get through
    to them? That obviously hit the cord because after a bit of a delay the
    advisor politely replied "sorry sir I cannot help you further" and with that
    I said thank you for your help, you have just lost a sale.

    Like you we have dismissed the Aygo, so it looks like the 107 is the way to
    go.

    Gio
     
    Gio, Apr 28, 2006
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    Paul hawkes

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    Hi. Guys. I am new here and my 107 semiauto. Has gearbox issues

    Good luck with yours
     
    Paul hawkes, Apr 2, 2017
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