Peugeot has revealed today the facelifted version of the 207 hatchback. The new model features a redesigned front end, new chromed accessories and body colored bumpers. Also, we have new LED rear lights and new instrument panel inside the vehicle.
Under the hood, the French manufacturer added 12 engine options as well as several Euro 5 units and the well-known 1.4-litre HDi unit with 99g/km CO2 emissions.
Peugeot 207 was the best-selling small car in Europe in 2007 and 2008, and it hopes to continue its streak with the latest version, which is available in three body shapes -- hatchback, SW and CC -- and 12 powerplant options. Each body shape has its own unique appeal.
For instance, the Peugeot 207 hatchback, available in three or five doors, is as sporty as it is user-friendly. It is versatile and easy to drive and offers necessary comfort for its occupants. Meanwhile, the Peugeot 207 SW and SW Outdoor offer the needed practicality, especially for ones who have an eye for adventure.
Bright inside, both the Peugeot 207 SW and SW Outdoor also offer an attractive exterior. On the other hand, the Peugeot 207 CC is still as appealing as ever, even with the arrival of its newest version of Europe’s best-selling cabriolet. Of course, when the new Peugeot 207 arrives this August, it will feature a number of styling changes, both inside and outside.
For instance, the new Peugeot 207 now has a redesigned front that blends dynamism with a softer visual appearance. Moreover, the small car from Peugeot now features more exterior body coloring and chrome detailing, as well as new rear lights (light emitting diodes for the hatchback and CC models).
Inside, the new Peugeot 207 boasts of new trims and detailing that highlight its perceived quality, comfort and dynamism. Moreover, it boasts of new modern instrument panel designs that are now more appealing. Aside from the styling changes, the new Peugeot 207 now consumes less fuel and emits less carbon dioxide.
Aside from featuring an engine that is more efficient, the vehicle benefits from its aerodynamic design and its rolling resistance. In fact, the new Peugeot 207 just emits 99 grams of carbon dioxide per kilometer. Moreover, the carmaker is gradually introducing engines that comply with the Euro5 emission standard.
Also, the manual gearbox models of the 207 now feature a gear change indicator. The new Peugeot 207 is now blessed with an array of new standard equipment that brings more convenience and comfort to its occupants.
These include Peugeot Connect USB with Bluetooth in-car entertainment system as well as remote-controlled window closure using the plip unit on hatchback and SW models. Likewise, the new 207 features a one-touch direction indicator function that allows safer lane changes. The new Peugeot 207 CC, meanwhile, features a one-touch operation of the driver's electric window.