The Peugeot 107 is what they call a city car. It is perfect for driving through town, to work, and running errands. It is important to drivers and workshops alike to keep any necessary repairs up to date. Our Peugeot 107 workshop manual will give you easy to read, detailed instructions that allow you to follow along and make those needed repairs.
The Peugeot 107 was produced from 2005 to 2014. It was produced in a joint venture with Toyota. The 207 is a four seat car and is also available as a three or five door hatchback.
In 2009 the 107 received an updated look. The front bumper and wheel trims were upgraded as well as the interior design. The license plate placement was relocated from the middle of the bumper to underneath the grille giving the car a wider look. Two exterior side vents were also added to give the car a more up to date look. The interior gained a wider variety of interior fabric choices and graphics. The engine also got an update to produce less carbon dioxide. Fuel economy was already improved to 62.8mpg highway.
The 2012 Peugeot 107 also received a facelift. It has a new bonnet design and front bumper and grille. Daytime running lights were also integrated into the design for a more modern look. A leather steering wheel was also introduced on the higher level trims.
Keep the 107 up to date with service and regular maintenance can sometimes be difficult. Our Peugeot 107 service manual helps to make it easier with the step by step instructions.