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Peugeot 1007

The 1007's unique design features two power sliding doors (as in a large MPV) rather than conventional hinged doors for easier access in cramped spaces and on hills. The car also features user-swappable Cameleo interior trim pieces which cost around €250 for a set. Another innovation is the optional "2-Tronic" semi-automatic transmission (though a similar system was used on the Hudson Commodore of the 1950s, albeit using a vacuum shift), which shares the 206's 1.4 L and 1.6 L petrol engines and 1.4 L diesel engines. For its size, the 1007 is expensive, with prices around €14,000 / £10,000.

Engines

1.4 L (1360 cc) TU3 I4, 75 PS (74 hp/55 kW) and 89 ft·lbf (118 N·m)

The 1007 is the first mainstream car from Peugeot to feature a "double zero" number. In English-speaking countries, the name is correctly pronounced "ten-oh-seven", as "one-double-oh-seven" was not allowed because of the James Bond film franchise holding copyright to the phrase "double-oh-seven". In France it is marketed as the "mille-sept".

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