Super Street Network

 |   |  Peugeot 1007
Subscribe to the Free
Newsletter

Peugeot 1007

Tiny Vans In France

Nov 1, 2004
Epcp_0411_18_z+peugeot_1007+side_door Photo 1/1   |   Peugeot 1007

The French have never been afraid of being first to market with a new vehicle niche. This time it's Peugeot that has grabbed the imagination with its super-tiny van, the 1007. At only 3.73m (146.9 in.) long and 1.61m (62.4 in.) wide, it's in a position to challenge even a smart to a parking duel.

Both sides of the diminutive four-seater are blessed with electrically operated sliding doors that respond to either a manual shove or a remote control. As is required for any vehicle calling itself a minivan, the single-compartment interior is replete with all sorts of bits and pieces that move, fold, slide and pop up.

Based on Peugeot's platform 1, which will also provide the underpinnings for the 107 super-mini hatchback (successor to the current 106), the 1007 also includes a new level of versatility in interior trim. Called Camlo, the system allows users to choose from 12 18-piece trim packs that can be interchanged at any point in the vehicle's life, to suit taste, season or mood.

At launch, the 1007 comes with three engine variants-1.4-liter and 1.6-liter gas four-cylinders offering 75 bhp and 110 bhp, respectively, and a 70-bhp 1.4-liter diesel HDi.

BROWSE CARS BY MARKET

MORE FEATURES

The 2019 Volkswagen Jetta has been teased ahead of its official debut at the 2018 Detroit auto show via new exterior and interior sketches
Stefan OgbacDec 12, 2017
From all of us at Super Street, we'd like to congratulate Phil on a job well done.
Sam DuDec 12, 2017
Ex-Lotus CEO Dany Bahar is back with a Lamborghini Huracan-based De Tomaso Pantera tribute called Project Panther
Angus MacKenzieDec 12, 2017
The Alfa Romeo 4C is getting an update for 2019, but sadly it doesn't include a manual transmission option
Alex NishimotoDec 11, 2017
The McLaren Senna is the next installment in the British automaker's Ultimate Series, packing 789 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque
Alex NishimotoDec 11, 2017
Sponsored Links

SEARCH ARTICLES BY MAKE/MODEL

Search
CLOSE X
BUYER'S GUIDE
SEE THE ALL NEW
NEWS, REVIEWS & SPECS
TO TOP