Peugeot has announced prices for the new 1007, with the range starting at £10,850 for the 1.4-litre Dolce.

The range is available in two trim levels and with four powertrain options to choose from when it goes on sale in summer 2005.

Available in Dolce and Sport trim levels, the range starts at £10,850 for the 1.4-litre Dolce and £12,100 for the Sport 1.4 2-Tronic rising to £12,600 for the top of the range Sport 1.6 2-Tronic. Each trim level provides the car with a clear personality of its own, with the Dolce placing the emphasis on comfort while the Sport caters for those buyers wanting a sportier ambiance, easily identified both inside and out.

All models feature a host of standard equipment including electric sliding doors, air conditioning with an athermic windscreen, trip computer, radio / CD player and front fog lights. A comprehensive active safety package featuring seven airbags and electronic stability control system (ESP) includes anti-lock braking (ABS), traction control (ASR) and stability control (CDS) all fitted as standard on all models.

In order to tailor the specification of the car to suit customer’s specific requirements, a comprehensive list of optional equipment is available. This includes items such as cruise control, rear parking aid, full length glass electric sunroof, 5-disc CD auto-changer and RT3 telematics/satellite navigation system.

Engine options include two petrol and one diesel unit with a choice of transmissions.

Petrol engines
Dolce 1.4-litre, 75 bhp fitted with 5-speed manual gearbox£10,850
Dolce 1.4-litre, 75 bhp fitted with 2-Tronic manual gearbox£11,350
Dolce 1.6-litre, 110 bhp fitted with 2-Tronic manual gearbox£11,850
Sport 1.4-litre, 75 bhp fitted with 2-Tronic manual gearbox£12,100
Sport 1.6-litre, 110 bhp fitted with 2-Tronic manual gearbox£12,600
Diesel engines
Dolce 1.4-litre, 70 bhp, HDi, fitted with 5-speed manual gearbox£11,550
Sport 1.4-litre, 70 bhp, HDi, fitted with 5-speed manual gearbox£12,300