Unfortunately, this little lion is on the endangered shortlist.
As Peugeot’s car lineup moves to a higher market with each launch, the Humble 108 is the last of the really cheap.
It also, apparently, doesn’t wear the company’s new LED-filled “fungus” on either side of a shiny grille.
Nor does it tolerate the cool new corporate badge.
And the successful platform partnership that began in 2004 with the birth of all three small cars – the Toyota Aigo, the Citroen C1 and the Peugeot 107 (before it became 108) is over.
Now that it has received its last and remarkably minimal update, it is now only available as five doors – which is a bit embarrassing because 3 doors look so cute – practical
The back doors are so dirty that they don’t have windows that fall down, and instead some lovely little popouts shake.
And there’s a boat – even though it costs only 196 liters.
But that’s enough for a couple’s weekly shop.
Significantly, however, you still call it a semi-convertible top! – An element that makes this PGU driving truly memorable.
The fabric roof peels off automatically – a bit like a sardine tin, but at the touch of a button.
It also makes this Peugeot the only changer.
Around the city, and under the windows, the drop-top gives pleasure for convertible nonsense.
However, keep things open to the sky and hit the motorway and you will get less desired soundtrack. . . Like taking off an Airbus A380.
And don’t try to mask it by changing the stereo.
Although the main touch screen is fully compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, it has all the dynamic delicacy of the Sanyo Walkman.
At high speeds on the motorway (roof closed with sugar) you would expect, given its bejeweled wheelbase, that it would handle exceptionally well.
But you will be glad to hear that it is not.
As Peugeot’s car lineup leads to a higher market with each launch, the Humble 108 is really the last of the cheap
Steering is surprisingly acceptable and does not require constant correction inputs. Other city cars may be affected when they go out of their element.
Around town, the three-cylinder engine spins enthusiastically and makes a noise for fun but outperforms the 72hp, 1-liter French puff, and very fast, when it comes to any degree behind To leave or deal with.
You need to choose your moments wisely – or at least in advance.
The latest upgrades seem to include a few new paint colors and coordinating interiors, which give the little thing a touch of comfort, but without the bill.
Deer red, as shown here, or modern smooth green is best and retro chrome wing mirrors are another beautiful detail.
This kid is the last part of a dying race – go for a new car deal while it’s sunny and it’s still on the shelf
There’s only one gearbox on offer – making the selection particularly easy – and it’s a five-speed manual.
If you live in a mountain town you will soon know this.
It may be short on the freezer outside the Air Canon and USB port, but it packs air sensations in the hair.
This baby is the last part of a dying race – go for a new car deal while it’s sunny and it’s still on the shelf.
It will be handed over to history by the end of the year.
Price: , 13,320.
engine: 1 liter of petrol
power: 72hp, 93Nm.
0-62mph: 13.8 seconds
High speed: 99 miles per hour
Livelihood: 54.8 MPG
CO2: 111 g / km