Peugeot 1007 is a compact city car, providing a high level of comfort and decent dynamics. It nicely continues the tradition of elegance, which for many years distinguished French cars in a motley traffic flow. Clear lines, dynamic proportions, memorable design - all Peugeot brand features. The exterior turned out to be memorable: a short and tall body, girded behind with a chrome-plated molding, slanted headlights and unique sliding doors with electric drive. The latter deserve special attention. You can open and close the door by simply pressing a button on the key. It is noteworthy that at a speed of more than five km / h the doors do not open.
Despite the small size of the Peugeot 1007, the cabin and luggage compartment turned out pretty roomy. A high landing improves visibility. All information in front of the eyes, the controls are conveniently located. There is even a panoramic mini rear-view mirror in which it is convenient to observe the rear seat passengers. All four seats can be adjusted to achieve maximum comfort during the trip. The rear seats move back and forth, and separately (by 23 cm), they can also be folded, thereby increasing the useful volume of the luggage compartment. Many practical containers for placing things are already included in the basic equipment, for example, under the seat there is an A4 paper tray.
With the help of “Chameleon” kits (optional), owners can give individuality to their Peugeot 1007, changing the look of the cabin themselves with the help of interchangeable soft trim panels, fastened with zippers and stickies, in just a quarter of an hour.
The 2-Tronic gearbox is a sophisticated “robotic mechanic without a clutch pedal” that can operate in two modes. Full automatic or more traditional, mechanical. Go from one option to another at any time by pressing the large button next to the scenes.
The engine range is represented by a petrol 1.4 l / 75 hp. and 1.6 l / 110 hp Diesel version 1, 4 HDi / 70 hp for Russian buyers is not yet available.
Peugeot 1007 is a bright and extraordinary car created by designers of the world-famous Pininfarina studio.