It’s July so we have several boring Peugeots called after this month.

Meet the 307, which replaced the 306 in 2001 and was followed by the 308 in 2008. Except in China where they still make the 307.

Standard five door hatchback, choice of 1.4, 1.6 or 2 litre engine sizes, all of them available in both petrol and diesel variants.

The standard car is an amorphous blob so here’s the CC with its folding steel roof, very much a thing in the Noughties and less so now because weight = too much CO2.


The South Americans preferred three box cars so they got one just for them. Meet the Argentinian built 307 four door, the existence of which was unknown to me until five minutes ago.