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Peugeot 107 Purple

Peugeot 107: Review

Peugeot 107 Purple

If you’re looking for a little city car or a first-time driver car, then the Peugeot 107 should definitely be at the top of your list! Its funky and stylish good looks have the ability to brighten up any street, especially with all the customisable colours available. The Peugeot 107 is available to lease with a range of no deposit and poor credit car lease deals.

Performance & Drive
The Peugeot 107 is a soft and simple drive, which handles bumps very well. It’s also is easy to navigate and is able to get you from A to B with nearly no problems, although overly long journeys should be avoided. It has a top speed of 98mph, but can get really noisy at higher speeds. The actual drive itself is enjoyable and fun, and is ideal for those who are looking for a reliable first car which is easy to park because of its small size. If you’re not after much, then the Peugeot 107 is the perfect car.

Running Costs
This is one of the best things about the Peugeot 107. When it comes to running costs, it’s ridiculously cheap for tax, petrol, insurance and both buying and leasing. So you definitely won’t have to break the bank, and it’s the ideal car if you have a strict budget to stick to. The only downside when it comes to running the car is that there isn’t a diesel option. If you don’t want to buy the car outright and are worried about your credit history, the Peugeot 107 is available for a bad credit car lease.

Cabin & Style
Keeping it simple, the Peugeot 107 has a very basic style, with an interior which isn’t over the top or complicated in the slightest. The seats are decently comfortable, which is great for longer journeys, and there’s enough leg and head room to get easily comfortable. Although it does lack a little space in the backseats. For such a small car, the interior and space is impressive, but it does lack some equipment as standard, which may be an issue if you’re comparing it to more well-equipped cars such as the Toyota Aygo and Citroen C1.

Verdict
There are many great points to owning a Peugeot 107. It’s a superb little runner, with wonderful body control and a decent amount of equipment. Like any car, it does have its fair share of downsides, which include the small size of the car, and a noisy rattle when driving at higher speeds. All in all, it’s a top car if you’re looking for something simple yet stylish.

White Volkswagen Up

Volkswagen Up: Review

White Volkswagen Up

The Volkswagen Up is the perfect, high quality, city car, with a sophisticated look and easy drive for those who regularly frequent the city. The Up takes an intelligent approach to driving, making it a highly appealing car, and a top contender against the likes of the VW Polo.

Performance & Drive
The Volkswagen Up offers drivers a choice of two petrol engines; the 6-bhp and 75bhp. However, whichever version you decide to go for, you won’t be disappointed, as the Up always performs to its best, and is outstanding when in urban environments. The downside for the petrol options is that neither are overly brisk, and they struggle a little at motorway speeds. Accelerating within the city however, is no problem at all.

Reliability & Safety
The Up is known to be one of the safest cars on the market, which is heavily due to the clever safety feature systems which are installed. For example, the emergency braking system is incredibly useful at deterring accidents. The system works by reviewing the road in front of the car, and applying the brakes if the scanner senses an imminent collision. This super reliable city is also the choice to go for if you’re looking to save come cash, as it was voted third best for the lowest running costs.

Design & Style
Despite the small size of the Up, there are plenty of customisation options available to drivers, which more than makes up for any lack of space. There are a wide range of colours and alloy wheels available, plus plenty of us personalisation options. Whichever you opt for, the Up still has a funky and innovative style, with its piano black finish on the interior which creates a sophisticated vibe. There are three main trim levels of the Volkswagen up, which all come with a decent amount of standard equipment included.

Ownership
Known for its strong resale value, the Up’s classiness is hard to beat, even with the Skoda Citigo and Seat Mii. Ultimately, the Up makes for an incredible city car, and is one of Volkswagen’s best-selling models. On the plus side, the Up is remarkably cheap to run too, especially on the BlueMotion Tech models. So if you’re look for savings and great economy, make sure you opt for a BlueMotion Tech version. CO2 emissions are also considerably low, which means free road tax.

The Volkswagen Up is also available on a zero deposit car lease, so you can save even more money when car leasing in Blackburn.