A new Peugeot 107 will be introduced in Ireland this month, featuring a stylish new face, an upgraded interior and enhanced equipment. The super-mini also boasts improved economy and lower CO2 emissions, returning combined consumption of 4.3 litres / 100km (66mpg) and emitting just 99g / CO2 for the 1.0 litre petrol 5-speed manual version. The new Peugeot 107 will retail in Ireland from €12,045 plus dealer delivery related charges.
The new 107 adopts the new Peugeot face and features a deeper and lower front panel with a housing for the front fog lights, LED daytime running lights and a redesigned front bumper with a new honeycomb radiator grille.
A new interior colour scheme and new seat upholstery improve the perceived quality of the passenger compartment and give it a touch of refinement.
The 107’s excellent packaging belies a compact wheelbase that remains unchanged. At just 3.43m long and 1.86m wide, the cabin provides plenty of space to transport four people in comfort. The boot offers 139 litres of space.
There will be one 5-door Active model on offer in Ireland, with a choice of a 1.0 litre petrol 5-speed manual or a 1.0 litre 2-Tronic gearbox (104g/CO2). Front fogs, four speakers and very low resistance tyres will now come as standard on the Active model and the 2-tronic model will be fitted with a leather steering wheel and leather gearknob.
Over 650,000 Peugeot 107s have been produced since 2005 in Europe. The 107’s stylish appeal, along with its accomplished economical three-cylinder petrol engine, has helped Peugeot take a lead in low-CO2 urban motoring in Europe, and this is now strengthened further with emissions of just 99 g/km of CO2.