JEREZ, Spain – It took just one generation for the European coupe-cabriolet to go from an exciting new product to a mature segment. The Peugeot 206CC brought folding hardtops to the popularly priced B-segment in 2000, and the public adored the car. Capacity at Automobiles Peugeot’s French Mulhouse plant was constrained, clients waited up to 12 months and competitors began rushing their own versions to market. The 207CC is a worthy successor – but just: a little bigger, a little ...

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