In case you're on the lookout for a minivan then you might want to learn that a new Peugeot 807 2013 has been recently announced by the French carmaker, boasting the same qualities as before in a redesigned and modernized package.
The 807 promises to offer the traits and qualities we all look for in a minivan, including great spaciousness and storage space, comfort and flexibility. Fuel efficiency is also a most welcomed trait when it comes to family cars but performance can't really be overlooked either.
The new 807 comes equipped with one engine, a 2.0 liter HDi. The 2.0 liter unit is offered in three different variants ranging from 136 to 163 horsepower. The first variant develops 136 HP and is mated with a 6 speed manual gearbox, producing 155 g/kg CO2. The second and third variant consists in the same 2.0 liter engine mated with either a 6 speed manual or a 6 speed automatic gearbox. The unit develops 163 horsepower but produces 155 g/kg CO2 in the manual and 189 g/km CO2 in the automatic.
In terms of exterior design the new 807 comes with a fair number of aesthetic changes but maintains the same critical design cues as its predecessor, including the hinged doors in the front and sliding side doors with opening windows at the rear.
On the interior the minivan from France offers three rows of seats and a modular design that enables you to completely fold the second and third row in order to create a flat floor and drastically increase storage size. The new model boasts a higher level of comfort and offers features such as air conditioning, interior lights an optional entertainment system that includes a video screen mounted on the roof for the back passengers. The dashboard also houses a high definition screen that offers information and navigation if needed.
The Allure version also brings the new 807 to a higher level of quality, introducing a black "Minstral" interior that comes with features such as Alcantara on the door panels and dashboard.
Safety features include ESP, ABS, curtain airbags, speed limiter, cruise control and emergency calling just to name a few.