New models - Peugeot - 307 - CC
New-look 307 CC here now
Peugeot ushers in a new-look 307 CC for sun-lovers this Christmas - for $2000 less!
22 Dec 2005
PEUGEOT'S facelifted 307 CC has arrived Down Under, brandishing a new look, new features and a $2000 lower pricetag.
Priced from $47,990 for the 307 CC Dynamic (with the Sport variant now costing $54,990), the revised 307 coupe-convertible range offers the same folding metal hard-top that opens or closes in 25 seconds - but comes with a number of new additions.
Aside from a gaping new front bumper design borrowed from its larger and controversial 407 sibling, new styling features for 307 CC include larger elliptical headlights with 20 per cent greater luminosity, an aluminium bonnet and integrated driving lights.
There's also a revised interior equipped with an on-board computer and new multi-function display, as well as dual-zone climate control. The four-seater now also comes with lower seats for a more sporting feel.
The 307 CC Dynamic also benefits from 17-inch alloys as standard, replacing the 16-inch rims of the previous model.
Lower seating provides a more sporting feel, and the car is a full four-seater with a high level of standard equipment.
Peugeot Automobiles Australia's front-drive 307 CC Dynamic continues to be powered by a 103kW 2.0-litre engine, while the up-spec five-speed manual-only Sport retains a 130kW variable valve timing version.
Other standard 307 CC features remain unchanged and include four airbags, ABS with ESP and traction control, alloy wheels, emergency brake assist, remote control central locking, auto headlights and wipers.
The 307 CC Sport continues to add tyre pressure sensors, a deadlocking and alarm system, auto-folding mirrors, Xenon headlights with washers and a leather/cloth trim combination.
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