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Wraps come off Peugeot’s new 207CC

PEUGEOT has finally revealed the production version of its 207CC folding top convertible.

Hitting UK roads in March, it will be offered with three engines – a 1.6-litre petrol with 120bhp, a turbocharged version of the same unit with 150bhp and a 1.6-litre HDi diesel with 110bhp. The 207CC uses a similar folding metal roof arrangement to its popular 206CC predecessor which has been a huge success for Peugeot in the fleet market.

Steve Harris, director of fleet and leasing at Peugeot, said: ‘A third of all 206CCs sold go to fleets. We are market leaders in coupe convertibles and have a great history of bringing these cars to fleets. As user-choosers become more open to bodystyles, the more business we will do.’

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