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Was the 1007 a lame duck or a dead one? Whatever it was, the car proved to be an embarrassing exercise for Peugeot, which reckoned it was pushing the boundaries with this city car that nobody wanted to buy. Upright and with easy access thanks to power-assisted sliding doors, the 1007 answered a question that nobody had asked. High prices also put off potential buyers, but on the used market the 1007 is far more attractively priced. As a result, the 1007 is now worth a closer look - if you can find one.
It's the small cars that the French have always been best at, and the 106 is no exception. Brilliantly styled, a hoot to drive and cheaper than frites, Peugeot's 1990s baby car makes an excellent used buy - especially if you're a young driver and you need cheap transport. Be wary of potential niggles though, as bullet-proof build quality is not Peugeot's strong point.
More than half a million 206s have been sold in the UK, and it's no surprise the car has sold so well, with plenty of choice in terms of engines and bodystyles. Great diesel engines, a relatively capacious estate and a brilliant coupé-cabriolet are all part of the line-up; but there are pitfalls. Packaging isn't always great and neither is reliability - but surely all those buyers can't be wrong?
It may have been Car of the Year in 2002, but the 307 isn't as good a bet as the Focus or Civic; it's not as reliable or as good to drive, while also being relatively expensive. However, there are plenty about, along with a decent range of engines and bodystyles - including a genuine four-seater convertible with a neat folding hard top. But some examples suffer from all sorts of reliability issues so be very careful before committing.
If only all mass-market cars looked as good as the 406, the world would be a better place. It's a good car to drive too, with excellent HDi diesel engines, and equipment levels are pretty generous as well. But there are lots of potential niggles, so be very choosy before parting with your cash.
Peugeot has long offered great-value cars, and the 407 is no exception. Spacious, well-equipped and comfortable, these saloons, coupes and estates offer a huge amount of car for the money. But such value can come at a price; the 407 can prove frustrating to own, with some examples hit by a variety of faults, which dealers aren't always able to fix. So the 407 makes a great buy only if you get a good one.
No French car maker has ever produced a large car which has been a sales success in the UK. Despite this, all three of the big French car makers insist on building unsaleable executives, which are generally capable enough, but never good enough to distract buyers from the German marques. That's how it was with the 607; a good car, which offers terrific value as a used buy.