Motorists who are tempted to buy the SW version of the Peugeot 207 over the Hatchback offering for practicality reasons will not be let down, it has been stated.
Writing a review of the Peugeot 207 SW Sport HDi 110 for CARkeys, David Finlay indicates that the cargo net in the boot is of particular use.
When completing his road test, Mr Finlay had the boot packed with his weekly shopping, but thanks to the net covering the many bags all the items were as they were left when he returned home.
He added that the drive to the supermarket features a testing road, full of hills, challenging corners and the odd plunge.
However, the vehicle stood up to the drive well and overall was described as a "splendid little car" by Mr Finlay.
Among the on-the-road statistics of the 207 SW are that it has a top speed of 120 miles per hour, while generating CO2 emissions of 131g/km and offering a combined fuel consumption 0f 56.4 miles to the gallon.
According to What Car?, the Peugeot 207 SW drives well and provides the same high-quality cabin that is witnessed in the 207 Hatchback.