Euro NCAP safety tests: Four stars for Peugeot 107
After the 'record' score obtained by the Peugeot 1007 - five stars/36 points - the 107, a design and production joint venture between Toyota and PSA Peugeot Citroën, has taken its turn by obtaining four stars in the Euro NCAP tests (26 points).
The Peugeot vehicles in the 'B' segment demonstrate that the marque's small cars are particularly safe when it comes to protecting passengers in the event of an accident.
The Euro NCAP tests have also given two stars (14 points) for the protection of pedestrians, as well as a very good result of three stars (36 points) for child protection.
The Peugeot 107, a small car (3,430 mm), well suited to the urban environment and with an accessible price tag (from €8,500), was designed with the constant aim of maintaining a high level of both active and passive safety.
In addition to a structure that enables front and side impacts to be absorbed efficiently, the 107 has two front airbags on all models with side airbags available dependent on model.
The 107 can also be fitted with a seat belt fastening warning light (audible alarm) and Isofix fixings for child seats in the two rear seats (with a 50:50 split).