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    If its not carrying rear passengers you doh worry about a rear end smash,By the way the leaking water in the boot is down to the third brake light seal.Aygo are great little cars and so are kia.But consider a Hyundai I 10,Most stuff goes on forever if maintained

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    CRAIG - Cheers and the i10 was actually on the short list, but didn't make the top two.

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    LOL up here the I10 is very popular with people who seem to think that driving on the open road at 28-32 mph is fine.................. same with Nissan Note for some reason......................It always seems to be one of them at the front of a queue

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAIG View Post
    By the way the leaking water in the boot is down to the third brake light seal.
    Sorry but not so, I re-sealed mine, made no difference !!
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    I have a 2018 kia picanto auto I use for driving tuition and get this 25/26mpg. Kia have totally mugged me off and really thats all your buying the warranty. That said good auto box. Wish id bought a fiesta ecoboost was best out of all i drove but i got sold the 7yr idea

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    Thanks for the feedback.

    Do you think the auto box makes much of a difference, as we are looking at a 2016 manual?

    Cheers, Paul.

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    We have the auto Peugeot 107 , no difference to manual on MPG as the auto IS manual !!?? It uses a robotised manual gearbox so you have standard 5 gears but no clutch pedal You either put it in drive ( economy) or you shift it manually via shifter + + + + + or - - - - - for up or down .

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    Personally I found those automated manuals horrendous to drive. you have to lift for the changes etc. Kia auto is good and shouldnt be much worse on fuel, mines horrendous

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    Nope, keep your foot in it on the Peugeot / Toyota / Citroen version. The short first gear and dipping of the clutch come as a surprise to start with after years of torque convertor driven autos.


    Revvy with VVt roar it will thrash the tits of our Picasss 2.0 auto despite what the figures on paper say

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    107s are surprisingly quick as long as you drive them like a chainsaw...
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