Peugeot’s 107 has gone under the knife for the 2009 model year in order to it fresh and improve the model’s fuel efficiency.
Just like its Citroën C1 twin, Peugeot's 107 has gone under the knife for the 2009 model year in order to keep it fresh and improve the model's fuel efficiency.
The facelifted version features a new front-end and a redesign of the lower front panel which aims to give the car a more substantial and robust look. The front panel also features side vents with a grille and a two-part insert which can be replaced if the optional fog lights are ordered. In front a large chrome strip runs across the new bumper while new 14" seven spoke wheels keep the car's profile fresh. Two new colors are also being offered, Mandaline Orange and Electra Blue.
Owners can decide if they want the interior trim of their 107 to resemble the exterior or to contrast with it. They will also have a series of trim levels to choose from, the basic version is called Urban and features grey mesh trim, while higher-end models can be outfitted with Alcantara and leather.