Seeing as we don't appear to be able to comment on first drives and such with the new format, I felt I should start a topic.
The photography is now much improved and the enlarged picture viewer is a welcome addition to the site. However, upon looking at Autocar's latest review of the new Peugeot 107, I did notice that, for some bizarre reason, they decided to photograph the car's rear quarters through the front door. The car in the photographs is a 5-door car - so why not make clear the fact that the car has 5-doors, rather than mislead people into thinking it's only available with 3? Is this to make the likes of the VW UP seem more spacious? Because as someone who lives with an Aygo day to day, I have never had anyone 'complain' on a long journey in the back. In fact, the majority of people comment on how spacious and comfortable it is back there.
I still believe Autocar and the rest of the motoring press are being unfair towards the trio - which still offers up a mix of character, performance, economy and reliability that is still quite hard to come by. I've seen a few Volkswagen Ups on the road now and to me, they look far less striking than they did in the initial press photos. The Up looks particularly boxy in some colours.
I know many Autocar commenters agree with me on the merits of the PSA trio.