City drivers now have a solution to high road tax and congestion charges, with the arrival of Peugeot's revised 107 city car.
Using advanced energy efficiency technology, the car's three-cylinder, 868 bhp petrol engine falls below the threshold for paying road tax, and is also exempt from congestion charge fees.
The whole model has had a redesign, with a more modern front end, and daytime running lights have been introduced for the first time.
Three different trim levels will be available for both five-door and three-door models. The first is the Access model, the most basic in terms of equipment, which starts at £7,995. The mid-range model is the Active, offering a greater range of equipment and options. At the top is the Allure model, featuring alloy wheels, USB connectivity, Bluetooth and a rev counter.
The 107 city car is also being included in Peugeot's 'Just Add Fuel' system that allows customers to pay for three years of ownership, which includes a warranty and servicing, roadside assistance and comprehensivecar insurance for those aged 25 years and over.
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