posted 2 years ago

New Peugeot 107 Allure Just Add Fuel

New Peugeot 107 Allure 1.0 3dr Finance Terms

Peugeot's Just Add Fuel offer makes paying for a car easier than falling-off a log. The 107 Allure 3dr, for example, is available for thirty-five instalments of £169 – plus the £2,060 initial rental - via a three-year personal lease. This totals £7,975 including its insurance, warranty, servicing, roadside assistance and tax – hence “just add fuel”. As such, the car is supplied with a tax disc plus a cheque to cover the following two years (based on current rates). It is then the driver's responsibility to ensure it remains taxed. The car can then be returned at the end of the contract with nothing else to pay assuming it is in fair condition and within the 6,667 mile annual allowance. Best not visit to many log workers, then. Alternatively, the motorist can pay the £4,288 final rental payment to own this city car outright. This totals £12,263. To qualify for Peugeot's Just Add Fuel offer the motorist must have held a full licence for two years or more. He/she must also have a two-year no-claims discount (or better) and be no older than seventy-five. The driver also needs a fairly clean licence but a minor conviction will not necessarily be an issue. Well, not compared to the embarrassment of falling-off that log.

New Peugeot 107 Allure 3dr 1.0 Review

The Peugeot 107 1.0 3dr Allure has strengths to tempt motorists to open their chequebooks. It looks modern, for starters, thanks to its sculpted bonnet and clean profile. This complements the sure-footed handling that inspires confidence and makes motoring feel effortless. The short bonnet and flat rear make parking easy too. Plus - when the motorist “just adds fuel” - this 1.0-litre 68bhp hatchback burns it slowly as it averages 65.7mpg and returns 74.3mpg on the extra-urban cycle. It also manages 55.4mpg in town. This city car also has sensible performance as it hits 62mph in 12.3 seconds. That makes it faster than some comparably priced competitors. These strengths complement the cabin that feels more robust than some of the company's older cars. Standard toys include the: engine immobiliser, front fog lights, stereo/CD player, electric front windows, fourteen-inch alloy wheels, daytime running lights and remote locking. Not bad. The only niggle is that its cargo capacity is only 139-litres which is far less than some competitors. What a pity - might have to get a lorry to shift that log.