The attractive dash is clear and easy-to-use while the driving position is excellent, with a highly adjustable driver's seat and a steering wheel that adjusts for height and reach (which isn't the case on the 206). However, although improved over the 206, the pedals are too close together. Much attention has been paid to the look of the instrument dials, which are chrome ringed while a large amount of glass means all-round visibility is excellent and gives a pleasant and airy feel - something that can be increased with the optional Panoramic extra-large sunroof.
The 207 has a light and attractive cabin with some quality materials and a modern design. The controls are clearly laid out but the stereo switches are a little fiddly. The seats are comfortable though and offer enough support for longer journeys, however space in the back is modest - there's not enough head or leg room for three adults, but it's fine for a couple of children.
On the whole it's quiet on the road, with just a small amount of engine noise at speed. There's not too much to grumble about regarding Peugeot 207 comfort.