The 207 was the successor to the 206. The 207 was based on a modified version of the platform used for the Citroën C3, and is built in Poissy (France), Madrid (Spain) and a new plant in Trnava, Slovakia.
The 207 was available as a three- or five-door hatchback, a 207 SW Station Wagon a 207 coupé, and the 207 convertible coupe (207 CC), which was launched in 2007 as a replacement for the ageing 206 CC retractable hardtop with engine choice limited to either the 1.6l HDi or 1.6l Vti. A GTI (or RC in some markets) version was also available, with the THP175 175 hp (130 kW) turbocharged 1.6 litre engine. A GT (or Limitee) version is also available, but is only sold with the THP150 150 hp (110 kW) turbocharged 1.6 litre engine, and also features a glass roof. Both the GTI and GT versions are sold exclusively with manual gearboxes.
The car was facelifted in July 2009. Peugeots now trademark huge gaping grille, was re-shaped and toned down slightly and front lighting revised, including new fog lamp housings, along with LED lights on the rear. Some engine management software changes were also made, boosting the power of the GTI from 175 hp (130 kW) to 184 hp (137 kW).
Peugeot 207 Sweet
Peugeot 207 CC Epure
Silvia Novais, Miss Italia nel Mondo 2011
Peugeot 207 Cabrio HDi 110CV CC Féline
Peugeot 207 Coupé Cabriolet
Stefania Bivone, Miss Italia 2011 & Sophia Sergio, Miss Peugeot 2011
Peugeot 207 Sweet Years commercial
Peugeot 207 cc Elle