The special edition 107 gets “£1050 worth of extra specification for only £350."
17 June 2011

Peugeot has launched its new Peugeot 107 Sportium Special Edition, a car that offers “£1050 worth of extra specification for only £350 more than the standard vehicle’s price,” according to Peugeot

For £9945, the special edition combines the standard specification of the Urban model - on which it’s based – and adds tinted rear windows, 14” alloy wheels, air-conditioning and white door mirror covers as well as revised interior detailing (standard spec includes electric front windows, MP3 and remote central locking).

See a pic of the Peugeot 107 Sportium Special Edition

Powering the 107 is Peugeot’s 1.0-litre petrol engine, which is mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. According to Peugeot, the 107 should be good for 62.8mpg, with Co2 emissions of 103g/km.

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