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Old 08-07-13, 09:03 AM   #1
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Hi I'm thinking of buying a hdi or a 1.4 petrol and would like to know of any common faults with them both.
The up side to the hdi is mpg but if there's more common faults than the petrol I will go for that.

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Old 08-07-13, 03:39 PM   #2
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As a loyal Peugeot fan it pains me to say this, but whether you choose petrol, diesel, rubber band or zero point power the 1007 is a crock of crap, designed by Stevie Wonder with materials sourced from a west African junk heap and assembled by Mr Bean.

I can only guarantee one thing of you purchase a 1007. Trouble.
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As a loyal Peugeot fan it pains me to say this, but whether you choose petrol, diesel, rubber band or zero point power the 1007 is a crock of crap, designed by Stevie Wonder with materials sourced from a west African junk heap and assembled by Mr Bean.

I can only guarantee one thing of you purchase a 1007. Trouble.
Lol thanks for you view what about a little 107??
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As a loyal Peugeot fan it pains me to say this, but whether you choose petrol, diesel, rubber band or zero point power the 1007 is a crock of crap, designed by Stevie Wonder with materials sourced from a west African junk heap and assembled by Mr Bean.

I can only guarantee one thing of you purchase a 1007. Trouble.
I like Mr Bean !


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Thay carnt be that bad!!!!
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http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/peugeot...2/peugeot-1007

I looked at these read loads of reviews thing that put me off was ice in the door slider not being able to get in or out put me off

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I looked at these read loads of reviews thing that put me off was ice in the door slider not being able to get in or out put me off

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A can of de-icer in you bag then lol.
As the gear box on he review would not touch a auto one!
I've not been put off them yet
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A can of de-icer in you bag then lol.
As the gear box on he review would not touch a auto one!
I've not been put off them yet
Well I look forward to your product review I like a challenge as well, wonder how you apply de icer if stuck in the car vbg


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David should know I'd take his advice :-)


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Lol thanks for you view what about a little 107??
The 107 is just the opposite - cheap, incredibly reliable, real world economical, a bundle of brilliant fun.
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