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.