• Mar 24, 2007
For at about the last six months there have been at least four Peugeot 107s running around in the vicinity of Livonia and Ann Arbor, MI with manufacturer plates. Since Peugeot doesn't sell their products in the United States, it was unclear why they were here. It turns out the 107, along with its stablemate the Citroen C1, are built as part of a joint venture between Puegeot/Citroen parent PSA and Toyota, which also yields the Toyota Aygo. Head over to AutoblogGreen to get the story on what may be going on with this car.

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      • 7 Years Ago
      #22, perhaps you should actually read the EuroNCAP report, especially the part about left-hand drive vs right-hand drive models. I'll sum it up for you, though - LHD version gets a four-star rating. So if you live in the UK and are super-scared about single-car frontal collisions, maybe you don't want a Voyager.

      In any case, your point about NHTSA standards in comparison to EuroNCAP is ignorant and invalid.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Since when "safety" in an argument is the US?
      Did you ever compare EuroNCAP tests to NHTSA tests?

      Even a smart (4 stars EuroNCAP) is safer than a Chrysler Voyager (5 stars NHTSA -maximum result; 1,5 stars EuroNCAP -out of a maximum of 5).

      It's really criminal.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Couldn't this just be a replacement for the 2 door Yaris hatchback ?
      • 7 Years Ago
      NO NEED FOR GOLF CARTS!!!!!!!!
      • 7 Years Ago
      now how stupid can somebody be to think toyota brainwash people?this is not the movies you retard,people buy what they like,david toyota wont be loosing any sleep over you any time soon,so who cares if you buy toyota or not,and you seem to know alot about the kkk,makes you wonder HHmmmmm ,hey david how are those f series trucks you got?how are they holding up? still not on fire yet ?
      • 7 Years Ago
      Yeah, the Yaris is WAAY too big and comfy! LOL

      Toyota needs to create a model to compete with the Fit and Versa, not go the other direction - at least not in the US. The Yaris finishes fourth behind Honda, Nissan and Kia in its class. I might een give the Aveo an advantage over the Yaris.
      • 7 Years Ago
      I'm confused. Did nissan and toyota merge? why is everyone calling on toyota to bring this and that peugot stateside? I know the 107/C1/toyota connection, but the 206? seriously? how many other models are they jointly developing that I wasn't aware of?
      • 7 Years Ago
      I love how they continually make fun of the Yaris on MADtv.
      Bryan
      • 7 Years Ago
      Unsafe and ugly. There has to be a better alternative. This thing, along with the Yaris, Aveo, Versa, Fit (wow all ugly names for ugly cars..well the Aveo at least looks better than its predecessor) do not stand a chance in safety. Put 20 airbags in it and still it is unsafe. I agree we need more fuel efficient vehicles but not at the price of ones safety!
      • 7 Years Ago
      With the Scion xA replacement getting more power and moving slightly upscale, Scion is primed for an A-class offering. The youthful trendy image of Scion would be perfect for the Aygo.
      • 7 Years Ago
      These little cars are very fun and a hit in Europe
      They are not a competitor to the smart, because of the 4 seats, there are allot d players in the segment like the Dayhatsu Cuore, Fiat 500, VW lupo, Renault twingo and even the mini (more luxurious segment).
      They drive up to 24Km per litle and they are very cheap to but (10.000 euros)
      look here if you want more info on these little cars
      http://my107.blogspot.com
      • 7 Years Ago
      It's way more than 4 cars running around. There's an entire parking lot fuil of these things next to the Ford Auto Trans. plant in Livonia.

      I'm really not sure what the heck they're doing there, but I've been seeing them for over a year.
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