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Peugeot 4007 SV (2010)

by Barry Green,reviewed August 2010

The badge might be different, but Peugeot’s new SUV offering fails to stand out in a tough segment.
Sharing Mitsubishi’s Outlander body and four wheel drive system, the Frenchie comes with seven seats and a new 2.2-litre turbo-diesel.

Performance is solid, rather than outstanding, from the 115 kW/380 Nm four which exhibits a little turbo lag, though drive dynamics are sharp and responsive for a big (1800 kg) unit. The ride is firm, but could be more agreeable if the front seats were better compliant and offered improved lateral support. No steering reach adjustment is a minus. Third row seating is cramped, but the safety and standard equipment lists tick most boxes.
Peugeot 4007 SV 2010

For

Safety, fuel economy

Against

No steering reach adjustment

Key features

Seven seats, immobiliser, climate control airconditioning, remote central locking, rain sensing wipers, single disc CD player with six speakers, front fog lamps, electric seat adjustment (driver), heated front seats and mirrors

Safety

Front/side/curtain airbags, ABS, EBD, BA, ESC, rear parking sensors

Car Details

Vehicle make Peugeot
Vehicle model 4007 SV
Vehicle type SUV Over $40,000
Year 2010
Price when new $53,190 MLP
Current price range $ - $
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Engine 2.2-litre, turbo-diesel 4-cyl

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