Next to the 207 and the 308 , Peugeot is also offering a Millesim 200 Edition for the 107 small hatchback. The 107 Millesim Edition is based on the Urban Plus model and is priced at £9,495.00 for the 3-door model and £9,895.00 for the 5-door version.
The standard equipment list is quite extensive. It includes special code blue seat trim, blue air vent surrounds, blue instrument binnacle, and unique Millesim 200 badging. Other features includes ABS, electronic brake force distribution (EBFD), corner stability control (CSC), power steering, four airbags, remote control central locking, two rear three-point and seat belts.
It’s not over yet folks. Other standard equipment includes 50/50 split folding rear seat, height adjustable steering column, radio / single CD player with MP3 socket, body colour exterior door mirrors, black body side trims, electric front windows, two rear ISOFIX child safety seat mountings, air-conditioning, rev counter, and internally adjustable door mirrors. The final item to finish off the 107 Millesim Edition is 14-inch alloy wheels.
With red racing stripes and a double evacuation, the new Peugeot 107 GT Line wants to scare models like Renault Twingo RS, Abarth 500 or Swift Sport. But it has no chance, because under the exterior changes the small 107 keeps the same engine.
The model was created to celebrate the success at the 25 hours Le Mans race. But even if at a first looks the new model looks bad, it is just an old 107: a model powered by a 1,0 liter engine that delivers the same 68 hp.
So Peugeot when can we expect a Peugeot 205 GTi reincarnation?