posted 3 years ago

Peugeot 107 Active 1.0 Offer

Peugeot 107 Active 1.0 Just Add Fuel

Peugeot's Just Add Fuel offer makes funding a car easier than overpaying for food in a gastropub. The Peugeot 107 Active 1.0 3dr, for example, is available via a three-year hire contract for £149 per-month. This includes the: vehicle, insurance, warranty, servicing, roadside assistance and tax – hence “just add fuel”. The car is therefore supplied with a tax disc and the motorist receives a cheque to cover the following two years (based on current rates). It is then his/her responsibility to ensure the 107 remains taxed. It must then be returned at the end of the term as there is no purchase option. There should be nothing else to pay assuming the car is in reasonable condition and has not exceeded the 6,667 mile annual allowance. Best not visit to many pubs, then. To qualify for the Just Add Fuel offer the motorist must have held a full driving 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. Also, if the driver is twenty-one the monthly rate rises to £195 to reflect the higher cost of insurance. The motorist must also have a fairly clean licence but a minor conviction will not necessarily be an issue. Well, not compared to paying the alarming bar tab in a gastropub.

Peugeot 107 Active 1.0 Review

The Peugeot 107 Active 1.0 has numerous strengths that make the open road more appealing than an overpriced pub. It looks modern, for starters, thanks to its sculpted bonnet and clean profile. This complements the sure-footed handling that inspires confidence through the corners and makes driving feel virtually 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. It therefore averages 65.7mpg, manages 74.3mpg on the extra-urban cycle, and returns 55.4mpg in town. This city car also has sensible performance as it hits 62mph in 12.3 seconds. That is plenty for the class and far better than some of its competitors. Standard equipment includes the: engine immobiliser, air-conditioning, front fog lights, numerous air-bags, stereo/CD player and electric front windows. Not bad for a low-end city car. The only niggle is that the Peugeot 107's cargo capacity is only 139-litres. In contrast, rivals such as the Ford Ka and Kia Picanto have 224-litres and 200-litres, respectively. So, where can we find a nice pub?