Any 207 owners here with good/bad experiences with the car?

Discussion in 'Peugeot 207' started by Me, Mar 11, 2007.

  1. Me

    Me Guest

    Hi Group

    I've only recently started reading this group so apologies if this one has
    been done to death already!

    I will be looking to change my car in the summer, as much as I like my Astra
    SRI it costs too much to run, the fuel economy is not good enough, the road
    tax is too high and the tyres cost a million quid each (seems like!)- so I'm
    looking to downsize a bit and save some cash, I'm not too bothered about
    sacrificing a little on the performance side of things.

    I'm thinking along the lines of new Corsa/Clio/207 at the moment, and
    leaning towards the 207

    If I go for the 207 it will probably be the 1.6 sport with directional
    headlights with ESP, climate control and 5 cd auto-changer.

    So I am very interested to hear other owners opinions of the car,
    particularly running costs - I don't think I do enough miles to justify
    going down the diesel route, although having once had a 205 GLD I don't have
    a problem with diesels.

    Thanks in advance for any replies!



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    Me, Mar 11, 2007
  2. Hi there,no experience with the 207 but it does look a nice car.But ive a
    307hdi,used to have a 306,mums got a 206 brothers got a 307cc,never had any
    probs with peugeots as such but on the rare occasion that i have had a
    problem,ive found the main dealers absolutely crap,my 307 recently has a abs
    fault(abs sensor)part was 24.99 total bill was £ least dick turpin
    wore a cars ok but main dealers a joke.
    martyn malone, Mar 11, 2007
    markmtbanks via, Mar 12, 2007
  4. Me

    Chrs Guest

    a abs sensor u can do your self . all u have todo is remove the front
    wheel and its sitting there looking at you,so get your self a Hayes
    book and start reading it. it dos help..and you will save your self
    lots of money.
    Chrs, Mar 12, 2007
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