Clever folding roof; strong diesel.
Awful driving position; many rivals make a better new buy.
When it was launched, the 206CC had the small roadster market sewn up. Now its age is starting to show: the driving position is nothing short of peculiar, there are questions over its build quality and it's very cramped inside. Rivals can match - or beat - its status as a fashion accessory and many have copied its favourite party trick - the metal folding roof.
But there are more 206CCs around than other small roadsters, both in the car supermarkets and used markets, so finding one at a knock-down price shouldn't be too difficult.