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2012 (12) Peugeot 207 1.6 HDi 112 GT 2dr

Bishopbriggs Renault / Dacia

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Standard specification

Driver Convenience

Cruise control + speed limiterDigital clock
Digital odometer/trip meterEconomy mode
External temperature gaugeLights on warning
Multi-purpose display with twin trip onboard computerOil level indicator
Oil pressure warning lightPAS - speed related
Remote headlamp adjustment from fasciaRev counter
Service interval indicatorWater temperature gauge


6 speakers (4 speakers/2 tweeters)Auxiliary input socket
Clarion radio/cd with MP3 playbackDigital display separate from stereo unit
Fascia integrated coded in car entertainmentPeugeot connect with USB and bluetooth
Steering column remote control for stereo 

Exterior Features

2 speed wipers+intermittent wipeAthermic windscreen
Automatic activation of hazard warning lightsAutomatic headlights
Body colour door handlesBody colour door mirrors
Chrome exhaust trimDark tinted rear glass
Directional headlightsDouble optic headlights with clear polycarbonate lenses
Electric front windows + drivers one touchElectric operated/heated door mirrors
Electric rear windowsFollow me home headlights
Front fog lightsHeated rear window with time switch
Interior self-dimming electrochromic mirrorPower retractable roof
Roof mounted radio aerialTinted glass

Interior Features

12V Accessory socket4 load tie down hooks
AshtrayBoot light
Chrome interior door handlesCourtesy lights
Driver/front passenger seat height adjustmentDriver/passenger sunvisors + illuminated mirrors
Drivers clutch footrestDual climate control air conditioning system
Front carpet matsFront door stowage bins incorporating drinks holders
Front passenger seat isofix location pointFront/rear armrests within door panels
Fully carpeted luggage compartmentHeight adj/tilt front headrest
Illuminated glovebox with lockMap reading lights
Pollen filterReach + rake adjustable steering column
Sports front seatsTilt/slide reclining front seats and memory


Exclusive pack - 207 CCUrban Pack - 207 CC


2 active chromed roll hoops2 rear 3 point safety belts
ABS/EBFD/EBADoor open warning light
Drivers knee airbagESP
Front seatbelt pretensioners with force limitersFront thorax airbags
Passenger airbag deactivate switchPassenger airbag deactivation warning
Seatbelt warning lampSmart driver/front passenger airbags


2 Plip keysAutomatic door locking
Car location device via plip keyDeadlocks
Internally operated central locking buttonKey in reminder
Locking fuel filler capLocking wheel nuts
Remote control central lockingRolling code transponder immobiliser
Thatcham Cat 1 Ultrasonic Alarm 


Diesel particulate filter 


White instrument dials with chrome surround 


17" Hockenheim alloy wheelsSpace saver spare wheel
The vehicle information above was correct at time of manufacture. Please speak to the dealership for full current specification.

Technical specification


CO0.34CO2 (g/km)127
HC+NOx0.209Noise Level dB(A)73.8
Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 5 

Engine and Drive Train

CamshaftDOHCCatalytic ConvertorTrue
CC1560Compression Ratio18.0:1
Cylinder LayoutIN-LINECylinders4
Cylinders - Bore (mm)75Cylinders - Stroke (mm)88.3
Gears6 SPEEDNumber of Valves16

Fuel Consumption

EC Combined (mpg)57.6EC Directive 1999/100/EC AppliesTrue
EC Extra Urban (mpg)67.3EC Urban (mpg)46.3


Badge Engine CC1.6Badge Power112
Coin DescriptionHDi [112]Coin SeriesGT
Insurance Group 110Insurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 0717E
Insurance Group 2EManufacturers Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years12
Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years3EURO NCAP Front and Side Impact test - Star Rating.5
EURO NCAP Pedestrian test - Star Rating.2Service Interval Frequency - Months24
Service Interval Mileage12500Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage60000
Standard manufacturers warranty - Years3Timing Belt Interval Frequency - Months120
Timing Belt Interval Mileage140000Vehicle Homologation ClassM1


0 to 62 mph (secs)10.9Engine Power - BHP112
Engine Power - KW84Engine Power - RPM3600
Engine Torque - LBS.FT199Engine Torque - MKG27.5
Engine Torque - NM270Engine Torque - RPM1750
Top Speed119 


Alloys?TrueSpace Saver?True
Tyre Size Front205/45 R17Tyre Size Rear205/45 R17
Wheel Type17" ALLOY 

Vehicle Dimensions

Width (including mirrors)1972 

Weight and Capacities

Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres)50Gross Vehicle Weight1785
Luggage Capacity (Seats Down)187Luggage Capacity (Seats Up)449
Max. Loading Weight305Max. Towing Weight - Braked1070
Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked600Minimum Kerbweight1480
No. of Seats4Turning Circle - Kerb to Kerb10.64
The vehicle information above was correct at time of manufacture. Please speak to the dealership for full current specification.

Independent review

Review courtesy of Car and Driving

Peugeot 207 CC


The little folding metal-top convertible Peugeot 207 CC is one of those cars that makes a better used buy than many people realise. Its predecessor, the 206 CC, perhaps tainted its chances somewhat as this was a vehicle that was far from the most reliable, but with the 207 CC - and especially later models - Peugeot really got its act together. In fact in 2011, Warranty Direct revealed that the most reliable car made by a European car company was the Peugeot 207. They analysed more than 20,000 live policies on three to seven year old cars made by European manufacturers and compared claims for repairs. The survey revealed that owners experienced just a 6% repair rate in an average year. That compares particularly well with the runner up, the Fiat Panda, which showed a 14% rate. Still worried about buying a used French car? Here, we're going to look at the 207CC in facelifted 2010-onwards guise.


Metal folding roofs on convertible cars are now an established part of the motoring landscape. And the fact that today, they feature even on the most inexpensive cabriolets is largely thanks to one manufacturer: Peugeot. Here's a brand that knows a bit about this subject, having pioneered the folding hardtop genre with the 301, 401, 601 and 402 Eclipse convertibles of the 1930s. None of these however, had quite the impact of the affordable little 206CC, launched in 2000 to bring this technology within reach of more buyers than ever before. It was a huge success, selling over 367,000 examples worldwide, but that inevitably spawned a whole host of imitators - hence the need for a more practically sophisticated approach which arrived with this car, the 207CC. Launched in 2007, this model was a little larger and a lot more sophisticated. Extra stiffness meant it was better to drive and a fresh range of engines developed with BMW ensured that it was pokier and more efficient. To help it stand apart, Peugeot improved the car quite significantly in 2010 with better engine efficiency, improved cabin quality, and a restyle that included LED rear lights and more modern infotainment and safety technology. This is the version we're going to look at here. A Roland Garros special edition model, was slotted into the range in 2011. Here's what to look for when shopping used.

What You Get

Apart from the chromed front grille, circular front foglamps and LED rear lights added to this revised version, the 207CC hasn't changed much over the years, but that's because the original design was pretty good in the first place. The shape is quite sleek, with a slippery 0.30Cd drag coefficient, though like many cars of this kind, it looks more cohesive roof-down than roof-up. Perhaps one reason why is Peugeot's decision to stick with a largish two-piece folding roof in a market where we've got used to seeing such fixed tops fold into three, four or even five pieces. All very clever - but also very complex, which isn't something you need in an affordable car of this kind. Multi-folding hard-tops also contract into sandwich form when they stow away bootwards, munching through your luggage space. This car's simpler structure means that it can do better in this regard, but you're still limited to just 187-litres with the roof down, in which state, you won't be able to fit in any solid cases through the slim gap offered between boot floor and folded roof. Raise the roof and you can get one or two in - and keep it erect and there's actually a very reasonable 449-litres on offer. That roof raising (or lowering) process occupies around 25 seconds, with one button on the centre console triggering the mechanism, with no need for manual roof latches to be fiddled with, breaking fingernails at the beginning or end of the process. Peugeot promises that the whole thing has been engineered to 'aircraft standards' of reliability, following issues with the roof mechanism of early 206CCs. At the wheel, the feeling is a little sportier than it would be in a 207 hatch, thanks to a seating position 10mm lower, while a four-way adjustable wheel and a height-adjustable seat means that it's easy to find an ideal driving position. Some effort was made with this revised model to give the fascia a more up-market appearance thanks to smarter graphics and chrome detailing, but some of the cabin plastics do still feel a bit hard to the touch. Oddment space includes door bins, centre console cubbies, a lockable, air conditioned glovebox, and perhaps those rear seats. They are you see, best used for chucking bags or jackets on to, though to be fair, we should point out that they're a lot more spacious than those offered on the old 206CC. Upright seatbacks and restricted legroom though, mean that they're best suited to child use only.

What You Pay

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What to Look For

The standard cars feature some high-tech electronic functions which so far have been reliable but remain something to watch out for in years to come. The engines seem beyond reproach and the interior quality is vastly improved. Make sure the roof operates cleanly and that there are no signs of water ingress. Check the alloy wheels for signs of kerbing. Diesels should start promptly, even on cold days.

Replacement Parts

(based on a 207 1.6 VTi Sport ex Vat) A clutch assembly is around £175. Front brake pads are around £65, rear brake shoes around £50, a starter motor about £150 and an alternator around £160.

On the Road

Buyers of so-called 'proper' affordable sportscars like Mazda's MX-5 or perhaps one of those hot hatch GTIs will probably never willingly slip behind the wheel of a car like this 207CC. They'll assume it to be soft, wobbly, compromised and dull. And in many ways, they'll be wrong. Of course, this is no roadster - it wouldn't sell in volume if it was - but the drive on offer can actually be a lot more satisfying than you might expect. And there are two reasons why. First the stiff structure, a full 280kgs weightier than that of the old 206CC. The pay-off is that the resulting design is 40% tauter than the old 206CC with the roof up and 46% stiffer roof-down, creating a solid and eager feel very different to that previous model. The second reason is a little more surprising. The supple ride that suits this car's more relaxed demeanour round town actually also makes it more rewarding round your favourite B road. You're certainly much more at one with the car than you would be in a far more stiffly-sprung sporty fixed-top 207 hatch fitted with the same engine. You'd better like 1.6s because the 207CC has three of them, all hi-tech BMW-developed units shared with the MINI. At entry-level, there's a 120bhp unit faced with the slightly daunting task of shifting one and a half tonnes of Gallic convertible real estate with something like alacrity. A difficult task, especially in those variants specified with 4-speed automatic transmission. Much better then, to try and stretch to either the 112bhp 1.6-litre diesel (good for sixty in 10.9s from rest en route to 119mph) or the 150bhp THP turbo petrol model. 8.6s to sixty on the way to 130mph isn't enough to make it jaw-droppingly quick, but that's quite as fast as most will want to go in a car of this kind. More impressive than these bald figures is the way that pulling power arrives early in the rev range - from about 1,400rpm in the THP petrol model - allowing for easy, relaxed overtaking. Yes, the electric power steering could do with a bit more feel, but then this is probably how the majority of this car's largely female audience will want it: it's certainly easy to use around town. Roof-down on the open road, though there's a bit of wind-buffeting around the top of the windows (improvable with an optional wind deflector), the shudder and shake that afflicts even pricier open-tops than this one is well contained, while roof-up at speed, wind and road noise is kept to a minimum. The manual gearbox (a six-speeder in the diesel and the faster petrol model) is reasonably slick too.


Just as there are some Japanese cars that have reliability records that would surprise you, so there are some French cars that also have surprising customer satisfaction scores, but this time for the better. The Peugeot 207 is a case in point and the late-shape CC models are some of the very best. If pushed, we'd be choosing a 1.6 diesel model but it's hard to go wrong with any of them and prices are now looking very reasonable. Happy hunting.


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