The baby Pug is one of a trio of familiar city cars launched seven years ago. The Peugeot 107 was designed and is still built alongside its Citroen C1 and Toyota Aygo sister cars.
Face-lifted for 2012, to stand up against newer, more modern rivals, the 107's design still looks sharp and cheeky with its 308-like nose and short overhangs.
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Move inside and the 107 begins to show its age with the driving position, which won't suit tall drivers. The dashboard might look smart and all-round vision is excellent, but some of the switchgear is randomly sited, poorly marked and doesn't feel the best quality.
The controls for the heating and air-conditioning are particularly difficult to understand.
There's enough room for two to sit in the back of the Peugeot in reasonable comfort, as long as they're not too tall, it seems interior space has come at the expense of boot space.
There is just a 139-litre boot and there's the high-loading lip and fiddly hatch window opening to contend with too.
With just the choice of a revvy but frugal 68bhp 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine in the 107, the lightweight build means there is more than enough power in town.
However, refinement suffers on the motorway and you find yourself turning up the CD/stereo to try and drown out the three-cylinder drone.
Considering the Peugeot 107 is designed to spend most of its time in the city, we felt the ride was perhaps a touch too firm. Still, the upshot of the firmer ride is the Peugeot's sharper handling.
But the steering is devoid of feel, there's too much body roll and the 107 runs out of grip too early to be fun.
Peugeot 107 1.0 Allure
Engine: 1.0-litre, three-cylinder
Power: 68bhp, 120Nm
Max speed: 100mph
MPG: 65.69mpg Emissions: 99g/km
Verdict: Despite a face-lift this year, the 107 is beginning to show its age in key areas such as ride, refinement and quality.