Peugeot 207 Van (2007–2016)

Model History

April 2007

New Peugeot 207 Van revealed

Based on the 207 three door hatchback model, the 207 Van shares the same overall length of 4.03m, width of 1.92m, wheel base of 2.54m and overall height of 1.47m. This provides a maximum load area of 1.1m3 and a payload of 450kg.

It's available with three engine options, two HDi diesels, 1.4 litre 70PS and 1.6 litre 90PS and a 1.4 litre 75PS petrol engine. All the engines come with a manual five speed gearbox . The 207 Van also benefits from all the structural safety features of the hatchback and will include as standard, driver and passenger airbag and side airbags. ESP is available as an option.

September 2007

207 Van goes on sale

Prices start at £7995 (exc VAT) and standard equipment includes power steering, driver airbag, passenger airbag, side airbags, remote control central locking with deadlocks, electric front windows , steering column adjustable for reach and rake, radio / single CD player, passenger seat height adjustment, driver seat height adjustment, body-coloured door mirrors, ABS with EBFD and EBA. Available in a single Bianca white exterior colour with a black/grey Farah cloth interior.

March 2008

Peugeot launches a range of sport accessories. The range covers everything from an iPod docking kit to a full body kit, 17-inch alloy wheels, or an exterior stripe kit. All accessories can be fitted at any Peugeot dealer or by a competent owner.

September 2010

Peugeot 207 introduces Euro 5 HDi diesel engines. The first is the HDi 70 with CO2 110 g/km and the second is the HDi 92 which emits 115g/km. With the introduction of the Euro 5 engines the 1st year VED reduces by £75, compared to the old Euro 4 model, to £125.00 for vehicles registered by the 31st December 2010.

What does a Peugeot 207 Van (2007 – 2016) cost?