Peugeot 207

Peugeot 207

Wheels24 made an online poll in order to choose 2006 "Alternative Car of the Year". At the finish line, the pert Peugeot Peugeot 207 was named "gayest" car, the buff Audi RS4 strutted in as "straightest" and the scrumptious derriere of the Alfa Romeo Brera kicked butt for the "rear of the year" title. The winners of the four Road Angel GPS systems will be named shortly. Gay car votes Peugeot 207 Peugeot 207 : 7 155 BMW BMW 3 Series Coupe: 3 378 Jaguar Jaguar XK: 2 (...)
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With its «number» – the 205 – Peugeot started a movement which in fi fteen years became a genuine phenomenon. All over the world, the 205 epitomised the dreams of several generations of motoring enthusiasts.
Then, from 1998, the 206 «left its mark» with its three body styles – three and fi ve door hatchbacks, SW and CC – becoming the car of choice of more than 5,000,000 men and women.

I really love this design, it is more art than car! Great! And why is this car so special? Because its designer does not inspire from usual places, but he is inspired by nature: flowers, animals, birds, fish. "If you look at cars you won’t be original." "I’m giving it big side-windows. People are gonna want to see the driver of this car," says Leepu Awila, "not just their face but what they’re wearing, their trousers or skirt. I got the idea at the aquarium. I thought: if I can see the fish, (...)
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As you allready know Peugeot Peugeot presented at Paris Auto Show the 207 Epure Concept that prefigures the next 207 CC. The new 207 will go on sale in the spring of 2007. The guys from caught the next 207 CC in Paris. The 2007 will be longer and higher than the 206 that it replaces. It will be powered by the same range of engines as the Citroen C3 does: a 110bhp 1.6-litre HDI diesel engine and the new four-cylinder units co-developed with BMW BMW . A 2.0-litre version delivering (...)
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The Spider 207, which received its world première in Paris, is developed from the 20Cup concept car but features a more conventional 4-wheel architecture and a rear transverse engine. This car, intended to be driven in a single class category, will provide intense and genuine driving pleasure, combined with the use of a production engine offering a high level of torque and reliability.

As soon as it was launched, the 207 has proved to be a worthy heir to the ’20’ series dynasty. With its feline and dynamic styling, wide ranging standard specification levels, suspension developed using Peugeot’s renowned expertise and comprehensive safety equipment it meets the requirements of many different customers. The 207 was first launched in April 2006.

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The new 207 is the confirmation that Peugeot is as good as it gets when we are talking small cars. As a descendant of the best-seller 206, the new car offers lots of room (for this segment), an unprecedented level of equipped, attractive styling and a solid technical platform with robust petrol and diesel engines. At this time, the only available bodies are the three and five-door hatchbacks, but an estate and a coupe-cabriolet will be available soon. Offering 3 other super minis, the 107, 1007 and 206 (still available on certain markets), Peugeot can provide a small car for any taste and budget.

The Peugeot 207 Peugeot 207 RCup Concept Car presented at the Geneva Motor Show in March gave clues to the future 207 Super 2000. Now the next Peugeot Rally Car has completed its initial development stages on both loose and tarmac surfaces. On 16 May, the 207 Super 2000 fired into life for the first time, watched by Bruno Famin, Technical Manager of Peugeot Sport and Bertrand Vallat, Project Manager for the 207 Super 2000. It now follows in the footsteps of the other great Peugeot Rally cars of old, (...)

Styled by the Peugeot Style Centre, the 207 RCup refl ects with even greater intensity the sporty nature and style of the production 207 - bold, elegant lines, well proportioned and balanced; it portrays the effi ciency of the design and ensures driving enjoyment on a day-to-day basis.

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