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Parkers overall rating: 3 out of 5 3.0


Good looks, versatile roof and plenty of kit


Steering lacks feel, dynamics compromised


The 307CC follows on the heels of the 206CC - the first affordable convertible with a metal folding roof (previously only Mercedes-Benz and Lexus had them). It's a nifty selling point, but performance and handling suffer because of the added weight. If you're torn between a 206CC or a 307CC then the decision must come from consideration for your passengers - you can get adults in the back of a 307.

Equipment levels are quite generous, and a fully loaded one will feel like a lot of car for the money when compared to convertible rivals from executive manufacturers.

What owners say about this car

Surprising amount of boot space, even with roof down. Read owner review

Didn't buy it for the practicality, seats 4 ok and boot is reasonable size with roof up. Read owner review

Size of boot when roof is up - it has taken a child's bicycle with stabilisers. It will also carry... Read owner review

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