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At the time of the release of the little supermini there was unrest with the Peugeot workers, as it had been announced that Peugeot intended to close their UK based factory. The workers went on strike and called for a boycott of all Peugeot and Citroen cars in the UK, but despite their best efforts the sales figures still grew. How much of this turning tide was down to the popularity of the 207 we will never know, but it sold well all over the globe in its first year.
More Than A Supermini
Despite being primarily a supermini, Peugeot also released different body styles, which included a 5-door version, and estate, and the popular 207 CC. The 207 was one of the vehicles that added to Peugeot’s growing reputation for producing boring vehicles, as while it was capable, it didn’t excel in any area, being described by some as bland. They thought Peugeot had played it very safely when designing the car, and it left it charmless.