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Peugeot 207 CC (2007-2014)

The Peugeot 207 CC replaced the class-leading 206 and so Peugeot hope that it will stay at the top of the field. This compact convertible is certainly both more attractive and practical than its predecessor. Peugeot have added considerable chassis strengthening to the 207 to keep the platform strong enough to give hard-top-like handling, however the added weight dulls the performance of the lower powered cars. Lucky then that power has been increased all round in the petrol models. The interior trim is excellent and spacious although the rear seats are really only useful for luggage. As a summer cruiser the Peugeot 207 CC is smooth and stylish but it is equally as pleasant when the weather isn’t so good.

Peugeot 207 CC Details

Production dates2007-2014
Length4037 mm
Width inc. mirrors1972 mm
Height1397 mm
Wheelbase2540 mm
Turning circle10.6 m
Luggage capacity187 litres
Fuel tank capacity50 litres
Warranty distance60,000 miles
Warranty length3 years
Service Intervals20,000 miles

Peugeot 207 CC 1.6 VTI Coupe Cabriolet

This base model Peugeot 207 CC has a healthy amount of power but isn't as eager as its turbo-charged sibling. It suits the car well and offers good fuel economy and low emissions.

Peugeot 207 CC 1.6 VTI Coupe Cabriolet Specifications

Fuel typeUnleaded Petrol
Engine typeStraight 4
Engine size1598 cc
Power120@6000 bhp
Torque120@4250 lb.ft
Transmission type5-spd manual / 4-spd auto
Kerb Weight1417 kg
UK Retail pricefrom £17,195
UK Insurance group7/16

Peugeot 207 CC 1.6 VTI Coupe Cabriolet Performance

Max Speed (Manual)124 mph
Max Speed (Auto)121 mph
0-100kmph (Manual)10.7 seconds
0-100kmph (Auto)12.6 seconds

Peugeot 207 CC 1.6 VTI Coupe Cabriolet Economy and Emissions

EU Combined MPG (Manual)43.5 mpg
EU Combined MPG (Auto)38.7 mpg
CO2 Emissions (Manual)149 g/km
CO2 Emissions (Auto)169 g/km

Peugeot 207 CC GT THP 156 Coupe Cabriolet

The turbo-charged Peugeot 207CC GT THP 156 feels genuinely sporty to drive and although it is not sports car fast the engine loves to be revved and is good fun to drive. Performance however comes at a premium and the 207 CC THP not only costs more but uses around 15% more fuel.

Peugeot 207 CC GT THP 156 Coupe Cabriolet Specifications

Fuel typeUnleaded Petrol
Engine typeStraight 4
Engine size1598 cc
Power156@5800 bhp
Torque180@1400 lb.ft
Transmission type5-spd manual
UK Retail pricefrom £19,195
UK Insurance group10/24

Peugeot 207 CC GT THP 156 Coupe Cabriolet Performance

Max Speed (Manual)130 mph
0-60mph (Manual)- seconds
0-100kmph (Manual)8.6 seconds

Peugeot 207 CC GT THP 156 Coupe Cabriolet Economy and Emissions

EU Combined MPG (Manual)38.2 mpg
CO2 Emissions (Manual)170 g/km

Peugeot 207 CC 1.6 HDi 112 FAP Coupe Cabriolet

The idea of a small diesel convertible seemed unusual when the Peugeot 207 CC HDi was launched but the economy figures speak for themselves. The HDi is most at home on long runs but it also pulls well from standing making it fun to drive around town.

Peugeot 207 CC 1.6 HDi 112 FAP Coupe Cabriolet Specifications

Fuel typeDiesel
Engine typeStraight 4
Engine size1560 cc
Power112@4000 bhp
Torque199@1750 lb.ft
Transmission type5-spd manual
Kerb Weight1480 kg
UK Retail pricefrom £18,545
UK Insurance group10/16

Peugeot 207 CC 1.6 HDi 112 FAP Coupe Cabriolet Performance

Max Speed (Manual)119 mph
0-60mph (Manual)- seconds
0-100kmph (Manual)10.9 seconds

Peugeot 207 CC 1.6 HDi 112 FAP Coupe Cabriolet Economy and Emissions

EU Combined MPG (Manual)58.9 mpg
CO2 Emissions (Manual)119 g/km

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4 Owner Reviews

Do you drive a Peugeot 207 CC? Would you recommend it to others? Why not leave a comment to let us know what you think of the car. This Peugeot has 4 owner reviews.

  1. Ian Akeroyd says:

    Worst car I ever bought. Roadholding rubbish in winter. Brakes continually “grind” – I am told that this is because I do not do enough mileage – wish they had told me this before I bought the car! Additionally, Peugeot are only interested in pushing “after sales”.

  2. Roland Vanhoudt says:

    nice car BUT BUT BUT a French BUT because the French are like this.
    the tires of my Peugeot 207 : problems since the beginning.
    then the ignition system of car : 3 times problems in 2 months !
    I put the key in the contact and then it works or it does not work.
    If it works : fine. If it does not you need a mechanic to fix the problem. If you are at a place where you can find a mechanic it’s ok. If not you are in real trouble.
    The car is totally unreliable (typical French) but if it runs it runs great…..

  3. Jane Hunt says:

    fell in love with this little black number as soon as I saw it on a very cold, wet windy forecourt in January 2013 & had to have it!!
    We’ve had great fun with it since. runs well & appears to be a well balanced performer with roof up or down.
    Downside however, had a few problems, door lock failed had to be garaged until part arrived because door wouldn’t close.
    Few niggilly problems like persistent rattle from rear parcel shelf that dealership has never been able to cure, exhaust tail pipe bracket has broken twice, passenger side window squeal, but most serious problem to date is CPU failure, car still in being fixed, been warned the bill could be £1500+ so car may have to go!!Car has covered a mere 32000 miles so now think that there are reliability issues with these cars, which is very disappointing because its a beautiful car & a real head turner, especially with the roof down.
    My verdict: Great looking car, terrific fun to drive, sadly let down by too many faults.

  4. Aussie Phil says:

    Purchased a 207 cc turbo in 2010.
    Dealerships in Australia have monkeys working on them. Very few skilled Peugeot mechanics, which leads to even more problems when taken to dealership.
    207 has 60,000 miles now.
    Replaced:
    Brakes/rotors
    Clutch kit
    Timing chain kit
    Intercooler
    Cleaned inlet valves
    New ABS pump
    New rear shocks
    New steering rack
    Front suspension parts changed
    Roof rattle fixed
    Oil changed every 3000 miles
    Water pump and pulleys replaced

    It is running the best ever. Looks like you need to replace nearly everything to get the car right.
    I do have a UK private mechanic that does most of the work for 30% less than dealership.

    My wife loves the car.

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