Peugeot 1007

The Peugeot 1007 is a three-door mini MPV manufactured and marketed by Peugeot from 2005 to 2009, sharing its platform with the Peugeot 206, Citroën C2 and Citroën C3, and noted for its user swappable interior trim pieces — and its four pillar design incorporating two power sliding doors. Sales commenced in April 2005 in Europe.

Peugeot 1007
Peugeot 1007 front 20100513.jpg
AssemblyPoissy (Poissy Plant), France
Body and chassis
ClassMini MPV
Body style3-door MPV
LayoutFF layout
RelatedCitroën C2
Citroën C3
Peugeot 206
Engine1.4 L TU3 I4
1.4 L DV4 HDi diesel I4
1.4 L ET3 I4
1.6 L DV6 HDi diesel I4
1.6 L TU5 I4
Length3.73 metres (146.9 in)
Width1.67 metres (65.7 in)
Height1.61 metres (63.4 in)
Curb weight1,291 kg (2,846 lb)
SuccessorPeugeot 2008
Peugeot 107


Side view of the 1007
Rear view of the 1007

Another innovation (now discontinued) is the optional "2-Tronic" automated manual transmission, also used (under the name "Sensodrive") on the Citroën's C2, C3 and C3 Pluriel (though a similar system was used on the Hudson Commodore of the 1950s, albeit using a vacuum-actuated shift), which shares the 206's 1.4 L and 1.6 L petrol engines and 1.4 L and 1.6 L diesel engines.

For its size, the 1007 was expensive, with prices around €14,000 / £10,000. EuroNCAP awarded the vehicle its second best ever rating for adult occupant safety.[1]


The 1007 is the first mainstream car from Peugeot to feature a "double zero" number. In English speaking countries, the name was marketed with the pronunciation "ten oh seven".

Originally launched with the pronunciation, "one double oh seven", and James Bond style promotion, Peugeot revised their strategy, under pressure from the Bond franchise owners.[2][3] It is also commonly called the "one thousand and seven". In France, it was marketed as the "mille sept".

Discontinuation in EuropeEdit

The 1007 was dropped from Peugeot's model line up in the United Kingdom in 2008, although the car was still in production in mainland Europe until the end of 2009. The indirect successor is the Peugeot 108.


Petrol engines[4]
Model Engine Displacement
cc (ci)
Power Torque 0–100 km/h,s Top speed
km/h (mph)
Transmission CO
emission (g/km)
1.4 L TU3 I4 1,360 (83) 55 kW; 74 bhp (75 PS) 89 lb·ft; 118 N·m TBA TBA TBA TBA
1.6 L TU5 I4 1,587 (97) 81 kW; 108 bhp (110 PS) 110 lb·ft; 147 N·m TBA TBA TBA TBA
Diesel engines
1.4 L DV4 HDi diesel I4 1,398 (85) 49 kW; 66 bhp (67 PS) 118 lb·ft; 150 N·m TBA TBA TBA TBA
1.6 L DV6 HDi diesel I4 1,560 (95) 82 kW; 109 bhp (111 PS) 194 lb·ft; 260 N·m TBA TBA TBA TBA


Year Worldwide sales Worldwide Production Notes
2004 1,100[5] TBA TBA
2005 53,800[5] TBA TBA
2006 34,100[5] TBA TBA
2007 18,600[5] TBA TBA
2008 11,000[5] TBA TBA
2009 5,200[5] 4,800[4] TBA
2010 100[4] 0[4] TBA

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Peugeot 1007". Retrieved 2007-06-17.
  2. ^ English, Andrew (2005-04-02). "Mind the doors". Telegraph. Retrieved 2010-03-15.
  3. ^ Top Gear; Season 4 episode 10
  4. ^ a b c d "Engine specs from PSA Peugeot Citroën" (PDF). Creator and designer. PSA Peugeot Citroën. Archived from the original (PDF) on 5 June 2017. Retrieved 22 November 2012.
  5. ^ a b c d e f "PSA". 2010-06-30. Archived from the original on 2010-12-06. Retrieved 2010-12-04.

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