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PEUGEOT 207 SW   2007 2012
2007 2012

The estate version of the 207 is a great choice for numerous families or for people who like to drive around with their car stuffed.
Sharing the same wheelbase as the 5-door hatchback but longer and taller, the 207 SW provides the driver with an increased luggage space of 11.5 cubic feet which can be maximized to near 50 when the rear seats are folded. The SW has a choice of four engine types: two 90 / 110 bhp Diesel powered engines and a 95 bhp 1.4 Liter VTi as well as a 120 bhp 1.6 Liter VTi. Sun lovers are also certain to appreciate the SW’s standard equipment comprise, among other things of a generous full-glass roof.

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PEUGEOT 207 SW Outdoor
PEUGEOT 207 SW Outdoor  2008 2012
2008 2012

In 2008 the era of cross-over vehicles already started and Peugeot needed something quickly to launch on the market and the first answer was the 207 SW Outdoor.
In 2008, the world economy was still fighting to recover. The whole car industry was in financial troubles and Peugeot-Citroen was not sitting on a bed of roses either. It couldn’t afford to introduce a new car on the market so it did a modification to an existing model. Something like someone would do in his own garage, but at an industrial scale: install a high-lift kit on a regular station wagon.

The Peugeot 307 SW was already in the production line and the concept car of the 207 SW Outdoor was already shown at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show. All the body panels were the same as in the 207 SW regular. There were some black plastic overfenders installed on the wheel-arches, different front, and rear bumpers. A set of roof-rails and a panoramic glass-roof were on the options list. It looked like a car designed for those who loved the outdoors but could go only on unpaved roads.

Inside, there was no difference between the 207 SW and the Outdoor version. There were the same instrument cluster, upholstery, and materials. Not even badges with “Outdoor” fitted inside the cabin or embroiled on the seats.

The car received a different suspension. In the front, there was increased ground clearance, by 16 mm (0.43”) at the front and 21 mm (0.82”) at the rear. For the engine compartment, the 207 SW Outdoor was available with a choice of five engines, three with gasoline and two diesel. All of them were mated to a 5-speed manual.

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