Like the revised Citroën C1, tweaks to the 107's engine result in 99g/km CO2 emissions

A facelifted version of the Peugeot 107 has been revealed ahead of the city car’s UK on-sale date in February. The revised model now undercuts the important 100g/km CO2 emissions marker for the first time, while fuel economy is also improved.

Like the revised version of Peugeot’s Citroën C1 sister car revealed earlier today, tweaks to the 1.0-litre, three-cylinder petrol engine result in CO2 emissions of 99g/km, making the 107 road-tax free as well as exempt from London’s Congestion Charge. Fuel economy has also improved from 63mpg to 66mpg.

Externally, changes to the new 107 include a redesigned bumper, which is deeper and lower and includes housings for fog lights. LED daytime running lights are available as an option.

Three trim levels are offered - Access, Active and Allure. Mid-spec Active trim features air-conditioning, whilst top-spec Allure models add alloy wheels, a rev counter, Bluetooth and USB connectivity.

Prices for the new Peugeot 107 start from £7995 for the entry-level, three-door Active, rising to £10,545 for the top-spec five-door 2-Tronic Allure model.

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5 January 2012

Those braces have worked wonders! lol

5 January 2012

looking at the quoted prices and the kit the new models will include it looks to be cheaper than the current car. Pretty good to get more kit, a lower price and pay less tax all into the bargain. i suspect these changes will be enough to keep them selling well until the 108 turns up

5 January 2012

I actually think this is quite a good improvement. Brings the 107 into line with Peugeot's new look, and is a far better looking machine than the previous facelift. It's also very impressive that they've managed to get the CO2s below that crucial 100g/km point... makes the Up! trio look a bit last year on that front. This revamp should keep the 107 selling decently, as artill says, until the all-new car arrives in 2013. It's just a shame that Toyota have completely ruined the Aygo (there are pics elsewhere on the web I think).

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5 January 2012

[quote Mini1]It's just a shame that Toyota have completely ruined the Aygo (there are pics elsewhere on the web I think).[/quote]

I'm sure they will be on here in a news article or two.

 

 

It's all about the twisties........

5 January 2012

[quote Mini1]t's just a shame that Toyota have completely ruined the Aygo (there are pics elsewhere on the web I think)[/quote]

I found these

[url]http://blogautomobile.fr/toyota-aygo-2012-restylee-petite-soeur-de-yaris...

5 January 2012

[quote superstevie][quote Mini1]t's just a shame that Toyota have completely ruined the Aygo (there are pics elsewhere on the web I think)[/quote]

I found these

http://blogautomobile.fr/toyota-aygo-2012-restylee-petite-soeur-de-yaris-137140#axzz1iaccADRh[/quote]Not great is it. The more angular front end is completely at odds with the rest of the car, giving a shrunken Yaris feel. Most of us on here aren't fans of the latest Yaris, so that's no good thing. Shame.

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