Peugeot ‘Drive Away Happy’ Campaign continues
The Peugeot ‘Drive Away Happy’ campaign continues to be a success for Peugeot
The Peugeot ‘Drive Away Happy’ campaign continues to be a success for Peugeot. Sales for Peugeot vehicles in March were up 2% at 18,969, with a year-to-date total of 29,411 up 3.2%. March saw sales of the popular 107 rise by 28%, and the well-equipped 207, soon to be succeeded by the new 208, saw sales similar to the previous year.
The latest Peugeot 107 has lower co2 emissions plus enhanced equipment and an upgraded interior. There are three trim levels on offer which are in line with the other Peugeot range models (Access, Active and Allure). Features such as Peugeot Connect Bluetooth and USB and LED Daytime running lights are now available for the first time on the 107 range.
The Peugeot 207 is probably the best built small car Peugeot has ever made and it offers plenty of interior room. Six airbags come as standard as do anti-lock brakes with brake force distribution. The Peugeot 207’s score in EuroNCAP’s crash tests was one of the organisations highest.