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Peugeot 307

Peugeot 307

Overall Average Rating - 79.1%Position in the Top 100 cars - 91st

Ratings

Position in the Top 100 carsReliability: 91stBuild Quality: 99thRunning Costs: 66thPerformance: 87thBraking: 76thRide Quality: 73rdHandling: 86thPracticality: 53rdComfort: 80thEase of Driving: 95th

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“The car was off the road for 28 days having the gearbox fixed after only 600 miles from new. Since then, it's been fine. The cabin would be great if it was better built.”

Mr Ian Pinion - Lincolnshire

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“A good car that could have been very good with a little more attention to manufacturing and design detail.”

Mr Ken Brock - Cleveland

“The car is practical, roomy , not too hard on the pocket, well built and nice looking. Comfortable and not tiring on long journeys, overall an excellent car.”

Mr Brian Shaer - Middlesex

“I purchased the six-speed turbo diesel version of the 307 cabriolet. The car has exceeded expectations in terms of performance and quality. Apart from a repair to a scuffed alloy wheel, (my fault), no other rectification work has been required. Dealer service has been excellent!”

Mr Brian Stout - Angus

“Average run-of-the-mill hatchback, nothing special but does the job economically. For the size of the vehicle I would have expected the rear seats to fold flat and leave the front seats in a position that enabled an average size driver to still be able to get behind the steering wheel.”

Mr Douglas Nadin - Shropshire

“The time spent deciding exactly what was wanted from our car, perusing car magazines before purchase, and waiting for the right offer to come along has been rewarded with a car that is a pleasure to drive and meets our wishlist.”

Linda Pounds - Oxon

Manufacturer Verdict (Position - 34th)

It's one of the most popular new car makers in the UK, but Peugeot is letting its customers down. The firm has done well to close the gap on Renault this year, but its customers are still a disgruntled bunch. The brand comes last overall in the ease of driving category. This is probably due to the grabby brakes and sloppy gearbox that are common to many generations of Peugeot models.

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