How many miles can a Peugeot 107 do? Performance Power 68 bhp Torque 93 Nm, 70 ft-lb CO2 Emissions 109 g/km Euro Emissions Standard 4 Miles Per Tank 469 miles Can you sleep in a
How many miles can a Peugeot 107 do?
|Torque||93 Nm, 70 ft-lb|
|CO2 Emissions||109 g/km|
|Euro Emissions Standard||4|
|Miles Per Tank||469 miles|
Can you sleep in a Peugeot 107?
Andrew Smith on Twitter: “Peugeot 107’s are surprisingly spacious to sleep in! Highly recommended”
Does Toyota Aygo have Cambelt?
There’s no cambelt to replace on the petrol cars, but the brake fluid should be renewed every two years (£40), while the coolant needs to be replaced every 10 years or 100,000 miles – expect to pay £60.
Does a Citroen c1 have a Cambelt?
Timing belts should be replaced at the recommended interval because if they go beyond that and then break, it can cause serious damage to your engine and costly engine repairs. Find the right timing belt kit for your engine to keep it running in tip-top shape.
When did the Peugeot 107 Lite come out?
Sales have been buoyant with Peugeot shifting around 3,000 cars per month in the first year of production. The Urban Lite trim level slotted in beneath the Urban in Winter 2006, further enhancing the 107’s low cost credentials by stripping out some features and nudging the entry-level price earthward.
Is the Peugeot 107 urban a cheap car?
The Peugeot 107 Urban is quite expensive for what is supposed to be a cheap car. It costs more, in fact, than a Hyundai i10 Style, which has a bigger engine, more power and heated seats. Maybe it is time Peugeot looked at a more comprehensive update. Are you as passionate about cars as we are?
When did the Peugeot 107 sport XS come out?
The Urban Lite trim level slotted in beneath the Urban in Winter 2006, further enhancing the 107’s low cost credentials by stripping out some features and nudging the entry-level price earthward. The Sport XS models turned up early in 2007 with spoilers a twin exhaust and red interior detailing but the same modest 1.0-litre engine.
What’s the performance of a Peugeot 107 1.0?
Peugeot has tweaked the ECU slightly so that the 1.0-litre three-pot motor now returns 62.7mpg on the combined cycle instead of 61.3mpg – not a big change but an impressive figure nonetheless. Performance is the same despite an increase of 1bhp to 68bhp (70lb ft of torque), which means that 0-60mph takes 14.2 seconds.