The Peugeot 307 hatchback was produced between 2001 and 2007.
Larger than its predecessor, the 306, the 307 was a popular family car, and was named 'European Car of the Year' in 2002.
It underwent a radical facelift in 2005, with changes to its headlamps, grille and front bumper, and along with the 407, was one of the first Peugeot models to bear this new front-end signature look.
The 307 was also available as a coupe cabriolet, the 307 CC, and as an estate car, the 307 SW.
The 307 was replaced by the 308 in 2007, which underwent a striking facelift in 2011 and was then replaced by the Peugeot 308 in January 2014.