PEUGEOT 207 GTi PRESS KIT - Peugeot Car Clubs in Australia

PEUGEOT 207 GTi PRESS KIT - Peugeot Car Clubs in Australia
PEUGEOT 207 GTi PRESS KIT
INDEX
02
introduction
05
the peugeot 207 gti
07
EXTERIOR STYLING
09
INTERIOR STYLING
11
CO-OPERATION
21
SUSPENSION, STEERING, BRAKES AND TYRES
23
SAFETY
25
STRUCTURE
26
EURO NCAP
27
EQUIPMENT
28
COLOURS AND TRIM
29
WARRANTY AND SERVICING
30
TECHNICAL DATA
32
EQUIPMENT AND OPTIONS
35
PRICE LIST
INTRODUCTION
The Peugeot 207 GTi – The Day to Day Hot Hatch
◆ On Sale Now
◆ Powered by a turbo-charged 128kW THP petrol engine
◆ Five star Euro NCAP rating
◆ Introduces new SSP safety system
◆ A car for everyday motoring enthusiasts
◆ Outstanding value - priced from only $33,490
The 207 GTi will write the next chapter in Peugeot’s history of small performance cars, such as
the legendary 205 GTi of the 1980s and more recently, the 206 GTi 180.
The 207 GTi, however, is the modern evolution of the eighties “hot hatchback”. It is a
very multi-talented car which is easy to live with on a day to day basis, equally at home in
town or out on the open road. It has the interior space to carry both passengers and
luggage, but still able to provide a driving experience to satisfy the “enthusiast” in everyone.
Bridgestone Potenza 205/45R17W tyres mounted on new 17” nine-spoke “Pitlane” alloy wheels,
a rear spoiler to optimise aerodynamic efficiency at high speed, a trapezoid twin chrome exhaust,
“satin black” finish of the door B-post trims and hi-tech satin chrome door mirror covers, all
confirm the 207 GTi’s sporty credentials.
The 1.6 litre THP (Turbo High Pressure) engine produces a maximum power of 128kW and a
torque of 240 Nm from only 1600 rpm. The torque output of the engine remains unchanged all
the way up to 4500 rpm but can be increased to 260 Nm temporarily, thanks to the “over-boost”
function. It is fitted with a 5-speed manual gearbox with specific gear ratios.
Performance Data – Driver Only
Maximum speed
220 km/h
7.1 (s)
9.3 (l)
Consumption Highway Cycle l/100km
5.6 (l)
Consumption Combined l/100km
7.0 (l)
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
Consumption City Cycle l/100km
The strong structural design of the 207 and its proven suspension setup, developed to enhance
both safety and driving pleasure, ensure the 207 GTi has excellent road holding. A car with performance in its genes, the 207 GTi is equipped as standard with the latest-generation
ESP system which can be switched off if required. This will, therefore, allow more demanding and
experienced drivers to appreciate the exceptional handling of the car, particularly on a racing
circuit.
A New Innovation: The SSP Function (Steering Stability
Program)
This function manages the dialogue between the ESP system
and the vehicle’s electric power steering when braking on
surfaces that have different grip levels for the right-hand and
left-hand wheels.
The system applies more braking power to the wheels with
good grip and, anticipating any vehicle instability, applies torque
to the steering to help the driver achieve optimal directional
control. Unlike an ABS system which limits braking of the
wheels with good grip to give priority to vehicle control, this
system reduces braking distances by between 4% and 10%
while still guaranteeing vehicle stability in a straight line.
The 207 GTi accommodates each of its four potential
occupants in “bucket” style seats that provide excellent support. The sculpted and ergonomically
designed front seats have been based on those used in motor sport and trimmed in dark
“Alcantara” with a matching 3D mesh.
The 207 GTi benefits from the 207’s strong and protective structure to protect the occupants in the
event of a collision. Combined with six airbags as standard and two Isofix child safety seat mountings
at the rear, the 207 was awarded five stars in the Euro NCAP test for adult occupant protection. Additionally, drivers of the 207 GTi will also benefit from a number of driving aids as standard:
A rear parking aid, elliptical headlamps incorporating static directional lighting, a speed limiter
coupled with a cruise control, automatic headlamps and wipers, dual zone climate control air
conditioning, tyre under-inflation sensors, folding electric door mirrors and an electro-chrome
interior rear-view mirror…
The Peugeot 207 GTi will certainly give buyers plenty of bang for their buck, in a package that is
perfectly balanced for everyday use and enjoyable driving when called upon. It is now on sale and
is priced at only $33,490.
For further information contact:
Mathew McAuley
Public and Customer Relations Manager
Phone: (02) 8737 7900
Mobile: 0439 984 228
Email: mathew.mcauley@peugeot.com.au
The Peugeot 207 GTi
A New Chapter in Peugeot’s Small Performance Car History
The 207 GTi
A new chapter in Peugeot’s small
performance car history
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The 207 GTi will be launched in Australia in August 2007 and will write the next
The 207 GTi will be launched in Australia in August 2007 and will write the next chapter in
Peugeot’s history of small performance cars, such as the legendary 205 GTi of the 1980s and,
GTi of the 1980s
more recently, the 206 GTi 180.
chapter in Peugeot’s history of small performance cars, such as the legendary 205
The legendary 205 GTi
and, more recently, the 206 GTi 180.
The Peugeot 206 GTi 180
The 207 GTi, however, is the modern evolution of the eighties’ “hot hatchback”. It is a very
multi-talented car which is easy to live with on a day-to-day basis, equally at home in town or
out on the open road. It has the interior space to carry both passengers and luggage, but still
be able to provide a driving experience to satisfy the “enthusiast in everyone”.
The 207 GTi combines:
• The elegant and strong styling characteristics of the 207 model but enhanced by an improved
specification which creates a sporting look that enthusiasts will relish.
• The strong and assertive personality of the 207 and a turbocharged petrol engine with direct
petrol injection and a maximum power output of 128kW and a torque of 240Nm – developed
in co-operation with the BMW Group.
• The universally praised handling qualities of the 207 range are combined with the latest safety
equipment which has been selected and developed by Peugeot using all its knowledge in this field.
The result is excellent road holding and a level of active safety never before offered in this market
segment, in particular an ESP system combined with a Steering Stability Programme (SSP) which
will allow drivers of all abilities to enjoy their particular driving style to the full.
EXTERIOR STYLING
The 207 GTi has the same 4.030 m length and dynamic styling as the 3-door 207 hatchback.
The front also shares the “Sport” styling of the 207 XT, XE and GT range but with an air intake
grille with a metallic finish and circular fog lamps with chrome surrounds. The front lower spoiler
is also extended to give a more dynamic appearance.
The design of the flat wheel arches has been inspired by the 206 WRC and highlights the wide
front and rear track, strengthening the promise of good aerodynamic and sporty performance.
The 207 GTi has a number of unique exterior design features compared to the rest of the
207 range:
• A raised rear tailgate spoiler to optimise aerodynamic performance at high speed
• Bridgestone Potenza 205/45 R17W tyres mounted on "Pitlane" 17” nine-spoke alloy
wheels
• Twin chrome trapezoid rear exhaust pipes
• Door mirror covers with a satin chrome finish
• “B” post trims with a “satin black” finish
• Front lower bumper extensions
• Sports side skirts
Styled with distinctive attention to detail, the 207 GTi emphasises its sporting personality while
still showing the same dynamic visual appearance of the rest of the 207 hatchback range.
INTERIOR STYLING
With its evident sporting credentials, the passenger compartment of the 207 GTi provides
its four occupants with an authentic taste of the world of motor sport. The front "bucket"
seats with their ergonomically shaped frames are similar to the seats found in competition
cars, offering exceptional lateral support from the base of the driver’s back to their shoulders.
The design of the integral head restraints mimics the "harness locations" normally found in
competition seats.
At the rear, both passengers also have “bucket style” seats offering excellent lateral support,
with retractable curved head restraints that do not impede rear vision when the seats are
unoccupied.
The interior of the 207 GTi is specific to this model and differs from the rest of the 207 range
in the following key areas:
• The five dial instrument panel, with its circular chrome-trimmed dials, has a new “black”
chequered background and graphics, combined with red indicator needles.
• The smooth and perforated leather steering wheel can be adjusted for both height and
reach over a 40 mm range, and to improve further the overall feel it includes specially shaped
“thumb” recesses.
• The foot pedals have an aluminium finish with non-slip pads.
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CO-OPERATION
The 1.6 litre 16v THP 128kW engine is a new addition to the family of petrol engines developed
in co-operation between PSA Peugeot Citroën and the BMW Group.
The aim of this partnership is to develop engines which are equipped with innovative
technologies that offer high levels of performance – with low fuel consumption – at the
same time as meeting the cost constraints imposed in the super-mini and medium vehicle
segments.
Each partner has contributed the best of their skill and expertise, whether it is in engine design
or in manufacturing processes.
The engine is produced at the PSA Peugeot Citroën engine plant in Douvrin, France.
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1.6 litre EP6DTS THP 128kW Engine
This “EP6DTS” engine is
developed from the original
“EP6DT” 1.6 litre THP engine developing 110kW,
which was launched in the
207 GT earlier this year.
Both engines are very
similar in terms of their
mechanical components
and hi-tech specification,
however,
the
engine
mapping of the “EP6DTS” engine has been entirely changed to provide a more performance
orientated power deliver. The turbocharger housing and the material it is manufactured from
have also been changed, to increase the engine’s performance levels.
From the earliest design stages, the engine specification had to meet a number of objectives:
• Ensure a power output directly comparable with that of the best current 2.0 litre engines,
• Provide great driveability, in particular through a high torque output at low engine speeds,
• Reduce fuel consumption and emissions
• Ensure the overall design is compact and light weight, so that it is easier to fit into small
vehicles
The choice of a 4-cylinder 1.6 litre petrol engine was made because a small turbocharged engine
with a high specific power output offers a significant advantage in terms of fuel consumption,
over a larger capacity normally aspirated engine. This “downsizing” is also in line with Peugeot’s
HDi diesel engine strategy.
The EP6DT engine has a sixteen valve cylinder head with two overhead camshafts and 4
cylinders displacing 1598 cm3 . It produces a maximum power output of 128kW at 6000 rpm.
On this engine, a lot of attention has been paid to the torque output and reducing possible
turbo lag. Due to this the engine produces 150Nm of torque at only 1000 rpm. The engine’s
maximum torque output of 240Nm is reached at only 1600 rpm and remains unchanged up to
4500 rpm. At 6000 rpm the maximum torque output is still 200Nm.
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However, this maximum torque can be increased further thanks to an over boost function,
which temporarily increases the turbo-charging pressure. In over boost mode the engine can
produce a maximum torque output of 260Nm, under hard acceleration. Over boost, however,
is activated in only 3rd, 4th and 5th gears and when the engine is under a full load condition,
below an engine speed of 5200 rpm.
The exceptional performance of the EP6DT engine is due to the use of:
• Direct petrol injection,
• A twin-Scroll turbocharger,
• Continuously variable valve timing (VVT) on the inlet camshaft,
• A flow controlled oil pump,
• An innovative engine design.
Direct Fuel Injection
The use of direct petrol injection
makes it possible to combine a high
specific power output with low fuel
consumption. It also gives excellent
results in terms of emissions.
A mechanically driven two-piston high
pressure fuel pump is fitted on the end
of the inlet camshaft and feeds the fuel
injectors through a stainless steel fuel
distribution rail.
High-pressure injectors connected to the fuel rail, spray the fuel directly and laterally into the
combustion chamber at a maximum pressure of 120 bar. Injecting the fuel directly into the
combustion chamber helps improve fuel distribution and combustion, increasing the engine’s
overall efficiency. In addition the use of direct injection helps to reduce the quantity of unburnt
fuel remaining after combustion, by reducing the amount of fuel in direct contact with the
cylinder walls.
To improve further the engine’s efficiency the engine has a comparatively high compression
ratio of 10.5:1 for a turbo-charged petrol engine.
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Twin-Scroll Turbocharger
As with the 1.6 litre THP engine developing 110kW, this engine also uses a Twin-Scroll
turbocharger.
As the name “Twin-Scroll” suggests, the exhaust ports in the cylinder head are grouped together
within the exhaust manifold and the turbocharger inlet.
a – Engine
b – Exhaust manifold
c – Exhaust system
d – Turbo-charger turbine
e – Turbo-charger compressor
f – Air intake
g – Air filter element
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The exhaust ports for No1 and No4 cylinders as well as No2 and No3 are grouped together
in pairs. The exhaust gases flowing from the paired cylinders are then directed through “scrolls”
in the turbo-charger greatly improving the efficiency of the turbocharger and providing the
maximum possible boost.
The pairing of the exhaust gases and the use of “scrolls” to further control the flow as far as the
turbo-charger turbine inlet, ensures the maximum dynamic properties of the exhaust gas flow
is exploited to the full.
The result is a remarkably responsive engine as the turbo-charger starts to generate “boost”
from only 1000 rpm and produces maximum torque from 1600 rpm. Response time or turbo
lag, often criticised on turbo-charged petrol engines, is also dramatically reduced. The engine
mapping has also been designed to ensure good engine response.
The flow of exhaust gases from the engine can accelerate the turbo-charger turbine up to
a speed of 220,000 rpm. Connected directly to the turbine the compressor compresses the
incoming air and is controlled by a waste gate to ensure the maximum pressure does not
exceed 0.8 bar.
However, when the engine goes into over boost mode the opening of the waste gate is delayed
and the turbo pressure increases momentarily to 1 bar, thereby increasing the maximum torque
produced to 260Nm.
Due to the increase in power output in relation to the 1.6 litre THP 110kw engine, the turbine
housing of the KKK turbocharger is now made of steel rather than cast iron.
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Continuously Variable Valve Timing (VVT)
The cylinder head of the engine is fitted with two overhead camshafts with hydraulic tappets
to automatically adjust the valve clearances. Due to the positioning of the valves in the cylinder
head, it has been possible to reduce friction losses by using roller valve rockers. One of the
objectives during the design of the engine was to reduce engine friction losses, in order to lower
fuel consumption.
The weight of the timing gears and the engine valves (valve stem diameter has been reduced to
5mm) has also been optimised to assist in improving the response of the engine.
The continuously variable timing of the inlet camshaft (also called VVT or Variable Valve Timing)
helps optimise the power and torque output of the engine and reduce fuel consumption and
exhaust emissions.
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Flow Controlled Oil Pump
The flow controlled gear type oil pump is chain driven and supplies only the exact volume of oil
necessary for particular engine operating conditions. It therefore does not absorb power from
the engine by pumping excessive oil which is not required. The pump, therefore, consumes less
energy than a conventional engine oil pump, while reducing fuel consumption as measured by
the European combined cycle by approximately 1%.
In addition, as turbocharged engines are subject to greater thermal stresses, an oil/water heat
exchanger integrated in the oil filter and assisted by a controlled thermostat maintains the
temperature of the engine oil at a safe level, even under full load. By allowing the engine
oil to heat up more quickly, the exchanger also shortens the warm-up period, reducing fuel
consumption and therefore emissions.
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Innovative Engine Design
The crankcase is constructed in two parts from aluminium, the cylinder block and the main
bearing housing. This method of construction guarantees:
• A very stiff and rigid engine assembly thanks to the stiffening ribs
• Excellent noise suppression, similar to those of a thicker (and therefore much heavier) cast
iron cylinder block.
The aluminium cylinder block has cast-iron liners inserted into it during the production process
in the foundry.
A separate main bearing housing is bolted directly to the base of the cylinder block, securely
locating the crankshaft. As a result of the considerable physical stresses created by the increased
torque generated by the use of a turbocharger, sintered steel inserts are inserted around the
location points of the crankshaft main bearings.
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Considerable effort has also been made to reduce friction losses from the crankshaft assembly;
the crankcase has been designed to minimise the internal pumping losses created by the
movement of the connecting rods and the crankshaft.
Gearbox
The 207 GTi is fitted with a "BE4/5T" 5-speed manual gearbox. This gearbox is already used in
a wide range of petrol and diesel engine models within the PSA Peugeot Citroën Group.
In the GTi, the gearbox is fitted with gear ratios which have been specially selected to make
the very most of the engine’s superb flexibility. A high first gear ratio ensures "more dynamic"
gear changes in slow speed corners, such as hairpin bends. The maximum engine speed can also
increase to a maximum of 6800 rpm, in the first two gears, which enables the driver to drive
up to maximum speed of 68km/h in first gear.
To accommodate the temporary increase in the engine’s maximum torque output during over
boost, a special reinforced clutch assembly is fitted.
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Performance
The performance potential of the 207 GTi is a direct result of the chosen engine technology
and the excellent 207 derived chassis, and can be clearly seen in the following figures.
For example, with the driver only, it takes just 27.8s to cover the 1000 m standing start, while
0 to 100km/h is achieved in only 7.1s, providing a higher performance level than the previous
206 GTi 180.
Figures for in-gear acceleration are
equally impressive: 7.0s in top gear from
80 to 120 km/h (compared to 10.6s
for the 206 GTi 180). Maximum speed,
attained in 5th gear, is 220km/h.
Finally, the engine technology and the
high torque output at low engine speeds
has helped to reduce fuel consumption
(7.2 litres/100km combined cycle) and
also CO2 emissions (171 g/km versus
204 g/km on the 206 GTi 180).
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Suspension, Steering, Brakes and Tyres
Suspension, Steering,
Brakes and Tyres
Suspension
As on all 207s, the front suspension consists of a pseudo McPherson strut
assembly. On the GTi, however, the flexible mountings of the lower front wishbone
Suspension
have
been uprated and the rear mounting has also been strengthened. This
ensures improved road holding by maintaining precise control over the front wheels
As on all 207s, the front suspension consists of a pseudo McPherson strut assembly. On the
regardless
of the
load conditions.
GTi, however,
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compared to the 207 GT.
The multi valve hydraulic shock absorbers with specific settings are pressurised to
The multi valve hydraulic shock absorbers with specific settings are pressurised to 5 bar, but are
5 bar, but are structurally identical to the rest of the 207 range. The stiffness of the
structurally identical to the rest of the 207 range. The stiffness of the front and rear springs has
front and rear springs has also been increased to improve road holding.
also been increased to improve road holding.
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driver, to allow demanding and experienced customers to exploit the capacities of the 207 GTi
and stability control (CDS), which detects any incipient understeer or oversteer.
to the full.
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(see section on Safety).
The 207 GTi is fitted exclusively with new "Pitlane" 17 inch alloy wheels with 9 spokes, first seen
at the 2006 Paris Motor Show on the "207 Epure" concept car. They are fitted with Bridgestone
Potenza RE050A 205 / 45 R17 W tyres.
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spokes, first seen at the 2006 Paris Motor Show on the "207 Epure" concept car.
They are fitted with Bridgestone Potenza RE050A 205 / 45 R17 W tyres.
SAFETY
SAFETY
The SSP system
The SSP system
In safety terms, the 207 GTi incorporates a major innovation, the SSP system (Steering Stability
In safety terms, the 207 GTi incorporates a major innovation, the SSP system
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In normal weather conditions, a standard ESP system will recognise the different
road surfaces and then limit braking to the wheels on the higher grip surface. It
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In this situation with the fitment of SSP, the ESP system of the 207 GTi, applies more braking
In this situation with the fitment of SSP, the ESP system of the 207 GTi, applies
power to the wheels on the higher grip surface and, anticipating the possible vehicle instability,
more braking power to the wheels on the higher grip surface and, anticipating the
applies torque to the steering via the electric power steering system. The system assists the
possible
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applying avehicle
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driver to turn the steering wheel, thereby applying opposite lock and maintaining
vehicle stability.
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The torque is applied for less than 100 ms after braking starts and the required
The torque is applied for less than 100 ms after braking starts and the required steering angle
can be as high as an angle of 80 degrees.
The system does not, however, apply opposite lock automatically without the intervention of the
driver. The driver can, however, choose not to “turn” the steering wheel and in this case, braking
will return to the classic ESP strategy favouring stability over maximum braking efficiency.
Depending on conditions, the SSP system can reduces the stopping distance by between 4 and
10%, while still guaranteeing vehicle stability.
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STRUCTURE
STRUCTURE
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the arange
a double
impact
system. This system absorbs and distributes the impact forces more effectively in the event of a
absorption system. This system absorbs and distributes the impact forces more
collision, but also enhances repairability and pedestrian impact protection. The design has been
effectively in the event of a collision, but also enhances repairability and pedestrian
borrowed directly from the Peugeot 407.
impact protection. The design has been borrowed directly from the Peugeot 407.
For side impact protection, the body side structure has been designed to absorb the impact
and For
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standard fitment
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pins to ensure the larger doors remain “connected” to the ‘B’ post in a
a part in protecting the front and rear passengers.
side impact, ensuring optimal strength of the body side structure.
The standard fitment of two front air bags, two side air bags and two curtain air
bags also play a part in protecting the front and rear passengers.
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Euro NCAP
In recognition of the high levels of safety offered by the 207, Euro NCAP awarded it:
✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯
- Occupant Protection
Adult occupant protection (35 points out of 37)
✯ ✯ ✯ ✯
- Child Protection
Child occupant protection (37 points out of 49)
✯ ✯ ✯
- Pedestrian Protection
Pedestrian protection (19 points out of 36).
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EQUIPMENT
The occupants of the 207 GTi will appreciate the high level of standard and optional equipment
available, all designed to enhance their enjoyment of this sporty car still further.
The standard fitment of dual-zone climate control ensures the best possible interior temperature
control and well being for all occupants. A 5-stack in dash CD player fitted as standard, complete
with 6 speakers and steering wheel mounted controls.
The driver of the 207 GTi also benefits from a number of driving aids designed to enhance their
comfort and driving safety:
• rear parking sensors,
• a speed limiter and cruise control system,
• tyre pressure detection system,
• elliptical headlamps combined with static directional lighting,
• automatic headlamp illumination,
• automatic windscreen wipers with rain sensor,
• large door mirrors that fold automatically via the remote control plip,
• an electrochrome interior rear-view mirror.
To enhance further the enjoyment of the 207 GTi a full length panoramic “Cielo” glass roof with
a retractable sun blind, is available as an option.
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COLOURS AND TRIM
Exterior body colours
The 207 GTi is available in a range of six exterior body colours.
Solid colours:
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Bianca White
Aden Red
Metallic colours:
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Obsidian Black
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Aegean Blue
Aluminium
Shark Grey
Interior Trim
With the emphasis on using materials
that would normally be found in the
world of Motor Sport, the front seats
are trimmed in half leather with dark
alcantara centre sections for the base,
seat backs and head restraints. The
seat side supports which are in contact
with the users body are finished with a
"Trami" 3D mesh. The seats are further
enhanced by visible light-coloured
stitching which can also be found on
the interior door panels with their alcantara trim, the carpet mats and the gear lever gaiter.
The rear seats are trimmed the same as the front seats.
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Peugeot three years of
warranty
All Peugeot 207 GTi’s benefit from Peugeot’s comprehensive three year / 100,000km
manufacturer’s warranty, as well as a twelve-year anti-corrosion warranty, a three-year paint
warranty, and three year’s Peugeot Roadside Assistance cover.
Servicing
12 months or 20,000 kms
As the camshafts are chain driven which ensures greater accuracy and reliability, there is no
maintenance requirement for the entire lifetime of the engine, and no servicing operations are
required on the valves thanks to the use of automatic hydraulic tappets.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
BODY STYLE
3 Door Hatch
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ENGINE
Cylinders
4
Cubic Capacity (cc)
1598
Bore x Stroke (mm)
77 x 85.8
No. of Valves
16
Max Power (kW @ rpm)
128 @ 6000
Max Torque (Nm @ rpm)
240 @ 1600
Induction
Turbo petrol with computer controlled direct injection
Emission Standard
Euro IV
TRANSMISSION
Transmission Type
5 man
WHEELS AND TYRES
Size
205/45 R17W
Wheel Type
17’’ alloy
FUEL TANK
Capacity (l)
50
BRAKES
Ventilated Front Discs
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Rear Discs
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ABS with Electronic Brake Force Distribution
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Emergency Brake Assist
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STEERING
Speed Sensitive Power Steering
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Turning Circle Between Kerbs (m)
10.6
SUSPENSION
Front
Independent with MacPherson type struts, helical
springs and hydraulic dampers
Rear
Rear torsion beam, helical springs and
hydraulic valve dampers
PERFORMANCE
Maximum Speed (km/h)
220
Acceleration 0 - 100km/h (sec)
7.1
0 - 1000m (sec)
27.8
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
DIMENSIONS
Length (mm)
4030
Width excluding Mirrors (mm)
1748
Width including Mirrors (mm)
1920
Height (mm)
1472
Wheelbase (mm)
2540
Boot Volume with seats in place to removable security
cover height (l)
270
WEIGHTS
Kerb Weight (kg)
1325
Maximum Braked Trailer Towing Weight (kg)
1080
CONSUMPTION AND EMISSIONS
City Cycle (l / 100km)
9.9
Highway Cycle (l / 100km)
5.7
Combined Cycle (l / 100km)
7.2
CO2 Emissions (g/km)
171
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EQUIPMENT AND OPTIONS
SAFETY
Driver and front passenger airbags
Front side airbags
Full length curtain airbags
ABS with Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBFD)
Emergency Brake Assist
Electronic Stability Program (ESP)
Traction Control
Steering Stability Program (SSP)
Side impact absorbent door padding (front doors)
Pretensioning and force limiting front seatbelts
Height adjustable front seatbelts
Front and rear seatbelts fastening indicator lights
Two rear 3-point seatbelts
Rear seat child restraint anchorage points
Automatic door unlocking in accident
Tyre pressure sensors
Automatic activation of hazard lights under emergency braking
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SECURITY
Rolling code transponder immobiliser
Visible VIN number
Lockable glove box
Internally operated central locking
Anti-theft alarm
Delayed automatic locking (functions when vehicle is unlocked
but not entered
Automatic locking doors and boot (activated by vehicle moving)
Security coded audio system
Locking fuel filler cap
Door ajar warning
Key in ignition lock warning alarm
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COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE
Cruise control + speed limiter
Speed sensitive power steering
Remote control central locking
Electronic parking assistance (rear)
Location of car via plip
One touch electric windows with anti-pinch feature
Height and reach adjustable steering wheel
Auto-dipping rear view mirror
Driver foot rest
Electrically operated and heated door mirrors
Electric folding door mirrors
Tinted glass
Athermic (heat reflective) windscreen
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EQUIPMENT AND OPTIONS
IN-CAR ENTERTAINMENT AND COMMUNICATION
RD4 six speaker radio/CD player
Facia mounted five disc CD autochanger
Speed related volume controls
Digital ‘head up’ display separate from stereo unit
Remote audio controls on steering column
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HEATING AND VENTILATION
Dual zone climate-control air conditioning
Pollen filter
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INSTRUMENTS
Speedometer with digital odometer and digital trip recorder
Rev counter
Water temperature and fuel gauges
Oil level gauge
Distance to next service indicator
Trip computer
External temperature gauge
Multi-function digital display, warning messages and vehicle check
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INTERIOR FEATURES
Front door storage bins incorporating drinks holders
Front seat back map pockets
Courtesy light with delay
Boot light
Net to secure luggage in boot
Removable security cover above boot
Front map reading lights
Driver and passenger sunvisors with illuminated vanity mirrors
Leather trimmed steering wheel
Carbon-fibre look finish to centre console
Carbon-fibre look instrument dials
Drilled aluminium pedals
12V accessory power point in centre console
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EXTERIOR FEATURES
17’’ alloy wheels
Sports front styling
Shadow aluminium finish to front grille
Rear deck spoiler
Body colour side rubbing strips
Chrome door mirrors
Body colour door handles
Twin chrome exhaust extension
Panoramic glass roof with sunblind
Metallic paint
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EQUIPMENT AND OPTIONS
EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND VISIBILITY
Double optic halogen headlights
Directional headlights
Clear polycarbonate headlight lenses
Front fog lights
Rear fog lights
Remote headlight beam adjustment from facia
Lights on warning alarm
High level third brake light
Heated glass rear window with timed cut-off
Intermittent rear wash/wipe
Automatic rain-sensing front wipers
Automatic headlight illumination system
Headlight delay security illumination
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SEATING
Reclining front seats (tilt/slide with memory)
Height adjustment of driver seat
Height adjustment of passenger seat
Height adjustable front head restraints
Two rear head restraints (height adjustable)
Sports bucket seats front and rear
60/40 split folding rear seat back
Alcantara, leather and cloth interior trim
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*Peugeot Automobiles Australia offers this information as a general guide to product specifications. All data is believed to be correct, however,
as development is an ongoing process, changes may occur from time to time which will not necessarily reflected herein. Therefore, Peugeot
Automobiles Australia reserves the right to change specifications without notice. Accordingly, this information should not be regarded as an
infallible guide to correct specifications, nor does it constitute an offer for sale of any particular vehicle. Dealers are not agents of Peugeot
Automobiles Australia and have absolutely no authority to bind Peugeot Automobiles Australia by an express or implied undertaking or
representation. Peugeot Automobiles Australia is the trading name of Sime Darby Automobiles Pty. Ltd. (ACN 000 426 282).
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PRICE LIST
RRP* Manual
$33,490
Anti-theft alarm
$450
Panoramic glass roof with sunblind
$1,000
Metallic paint
$680
*Recommended retail prices excluding dealer delivery and statutory charges, subject to change without notice. This is a manufacturer’s price list.
Please contact your local dealer for exact delivery and statutory charges which are additional to the RRP.
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