Fully loaded car, but lacks its predecessors reliability
Driver's door dropped and did not close properly.
The off side mirror intermittently did not move back out when wet.
Boot opening mechanism was unreliable, which lead to it being unable to open the boot at times.
Very bad radio reception, CD player jumps, skips, and crackles through tracks.
Leather keeps coming off the rear of the passenger front seat.
The driver's foot well carpet keeps coming away from the door trim.
The studs to hold the driver's mat in place come out, and on two occasions the mat slid forward and jammed the accelerator pedal down on full revs.
Both doors are not aligned properly
The dealer had left hard lumps of wax all over the car when delivered.
The indicators cancel too quick one way, and don't cancel the other; I have not figured out which way.
I have had three Peugeot's, two 306's, both D Turbo's, and this 307 D Turbo. Both my 306's were very reliable cars.
The 307 is a very nice car, which is fully loaded with all the gadgets, some of which you don't even see on top of the range cars like BMW or Audi. It's just such a shame that it lacks its predecessors reliability.
The most annoying thing about the faults is the trailing back and forward to the garage. Most of the faults have been attended to, but return.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 26th July, 2003