5Peugeot 307

Peugeot 307

5Peugeot 307

35 reviews

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BarryCMelbourne14 posts
Miguel Freitas
Miguel Freitas7 posts

Best mileage I've ever seen in a 2005 car!!!

So far only issue I've had with this car was the AC stopped working (might just need a refill). Have done 40k kms on and it drives beautifully considering the extra weight of being a wagon. Interiors and attention to detail are quite good for a car of its age. Fuel average is around 5.0 l/100km although lately I even manage to keep it down to 4.7 driving through the hills!!! Was fairly cheap to service too as long as you find a mechanic who's not too scared to touch it.

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Driving experience very good. Good seats, plenty of legroom. Side pockets in front doors and back of front seats. Pull out drawer under front seat. Glovebox very small. Carpets on driver's side keeps pulling away from trim.

Have clocked up 130,000 in 14 years. 2 batteries, one starter motor;two sets of tyres. 60 litre fuel tank. Running costs approx $4,200.pa. Very happy. Previous Peugeot 405 had for 10 years.

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carolynroleystone7 posts

beautiful easy to drive parts and service expensive

The only problem has been in the wiring, electric windows ,can only be serviced by peugeot another is radio fuse under hood hard to find and if removed the imobiliser sets in I discovered this as radio on when not turned on by me so battery charge slowly leaks out through radio only solution remove radio which need special pins only from peugeot and not supplied with car,

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davrosMetropolitan Adelaide, SA4 posts
Bel4 posts

Amazing car

Driving is beautiful and smooth. Feels luxury.

Noise is quiet and handles amazing in any weather.

The interior i love. The dash size is big and spacious. Seats are very comfy and great for long trips. Leg room has ample room for all sizes.

Running costs are great around town and long distance.

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JessieGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC8 posts

great car, power could be better

bought this a year ago, year 2009 with 90k mileage, it has been great so far, replaced brake rotors and pads, cost nearly twice than a toyota, maintenance is expensive, looking good with open roof, eye catching, fuel consumption is average around 8l/100km, but if tou drive around city with AC on, you will get only 12l/100km. hopefully this will stay strong

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Intermittent stalling issue. However I enjoy the power and outstanding fuel economy

Not perfect by no means. Expensive to service. The ride is comfortable, interior styling in my opinion better than Aussie hatchs and the fuel economy off the charts. The 307 HDI 2007 hatch I enjoy very much and despite a couple of downsides these cars tick the boxes. Extremly light weight vechile with enough power under the hood.

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dddSydney, NSW5 posts

Horrible car

Faulty computer from water temp sensor leaking down the wires $2500, window driver side random up and down gear box comes up faulty every morning when drive of have to restart the car to clear it. Hot hot weather goes into safe mode when gets hot. However is a very nice car to drive costs alot for parts but is good on fuel.

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Livvy D
Livvy DGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC7 posts
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Will never buy a Peugeot again!

I bought the car as a second hand in 2013, mine is a 2006 model and it had only done 95,000 kms.

In the last year I have been experiencing major issues with the transmission and how it slips gears and then THUDS into gear. As of last week I get a message on my dash saying "Gearbox Faulty".

Peugeot Australia quoted $6K(!!!) to replace this. My mechanic is doing it for $1K.

My lesson: Stick to a reputable car manufacturer; Toyota, Mazda, Nissan, Honda!

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John malkinson
John malkinson


I bought a 2.0 peugeot 307 hdi last year.In my lifetime I have owned aprox 20 cars,it was the worst car I have ever owned Windsreen wipers come on radom,it lost water ever ten miles the arm rests fell off,the door creaked,the breaks were terrible.Take my word for it the worst car ever;dont buy one please!!!!!!

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vaiosmelbourne13 posts

nice little zipper

I had my 2005 for the second year and boy it is a coupe with 2 personalities a hard top convertible and a two door coupe, I should say it is a cruiser and not a racer but it doesn't lack in zip, as long as you feed it petrol 98, be careful there it doesn't like 91 and you might have issues. did I have any problems? yes a coil replacement and a thermostat set me back appx 500 bucks that's all I take it to work every day no problems so far, and when the sun comes out waou it becomes a convertible before the red lights turn green that's when the fun begins.

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peugeot 307 2007

Nothing but problem after problem. Low klms full service history.. faulty cam sensor. Faulty lambda sensor .. faulty injector 4 .. faulty exhaust.. faulty engine mounts.. faulty gearbox mounts .. faulty faulty faulty. Waste of money and every peugeot dealer wants to overcharge on service and spare parts. Unreliable vehicle and unprofessional service from peugeot.

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Warren H
Warren HGerroa5 posts
JohnGoondiwindi2 posts

Great vehicle!

Found it to be really really economical!! Runs like a dream and the turbo is fantastic - it has power like you can't believe and can easily be overlooked by buyers due to the wagon shape. They don's know what great power is packed in that body. The only real headache for us is the depollution error that pops up - we took it in to Toowoomba for specialised diagnosis and they recommended the diesel filter to be changed and to clean the tank because according to them there was some dirty fuel in. Well we did all of that but the error popped up again!! I have heard that you can bypass the depollution switch that sits underneath - do you know of any specialised mechanics that could do this?

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Questions & Answers

Tomas E.
Tomas E. · 307

Why the speedometer sometimes stop?

Craig W.
Craig W. · 307

My peugeot 307 hdi 2.0 deisle estate had new gear cables fitted Saturday. Saturday night got stuck in gear and wouldn't come back out so tuck back to the garage it's now finding gears fine but won't drive? Garage is now saying cluch but everything was fine with the car apart from gear cables plz help?

Ruby · 307

Hey guys, I am looking to buy a 2007 Peugeot 307cc convertible, what do you believe is the true rule consumption combined in l/100km?

Thanks so much, Ruby

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CategoryConvertibles, Wagons and HatchbacksConvertibles, Wagons and Hatchbacks
Starting Price $27,690$23,990
TransmissionAutomatic and ManualAutomatic and Manual
Drive TypeFront Wheel Drive (FWD)Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
Fuel TypePetrolPetrol
Wheels16" Alloy15" Steel
ANCAP Safety Rating4 Stars4 Stars
Fuel Consumption7.4 L/100km7.4 L/100km
Fuel Tank Capacity 60 L60 L
Engine4 Cylinder 1.6L4 Cylinder 1.6L
Max Power80kW @ 5800rpm80kW @ 5750rpm
Max Torque147Nm @ 4000rpm147Nm @ 3900rpm
Country of ManufactureFranceFrance
Manufacturer Warranty3 year(s)3 year(s)
Release date
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Replaced byPeugeot 308Peugeot 307 T6 and Peugeot 308

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