Estate version is the latest - and last - variety of Peugeot supermini
6 June 2007

If you’re thinking about buying a Peugeot 207 supermini the choice is about to get even more confusing.There are already three-door and five-door hatchbacks with everything from 1.4-litre diesel engines up to a 173bhp 1.6-litre turbocharged petrol motor, along with the coupe-convertible 207 CC.And now there's an estate version, too, the 207 SW, which goes on sale in the UK on 1 July.The SW has the same wheelbase as its hatchback siblings, but is 119mm longer and 38mm taller. That helps give it a respectable 325 litres of cargo space with the seats up (55 more than the hatch) and 1410 litres with the seats down.The 207 SW will be available with 89 or 109bhp 1.6-litre diesel engines, a 94bhp 1,4-litre petrol or a 118bhp 1.6-litre engine. All come with a five-speed gearbox.Prices and exact specifications will be announced nearer to the car's launch.

Our Verdict

Peugeot 207 2006-2012

The Peugeot 207 hatchback is safely-played and as such lacks charm, verve and difference

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