The 1977 Simca 1307 Hatchback is an iconic hatchback from the late 1970s, beloved by European classic car enthusiasts everywhere. With its distinctive boxy circle shape, round headlights and sleek angular lines, the Simca 1307 instantly stands out from the crowd. The Simca 1307 Hatchback is powered by a 1.6 litre inline-four engine that produces up to 89 bhp, giving it decent power which makes for a surprisingly lively ride. The classic car has a 3-speed hydraulically operated manual transmission and can reach 60 mph in 14.7 seconds, while top speed is around 92 mph. The classic car has 13 inch steel wheels with 185/70 tyres giving it a good grip on the road. It has a comfortable interior with cloth upholstery and features chrome details and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. The 1970s car has a nice blend of vintage and modern features, such as an AM/FM radio and speakers, air conditioning, and a power-assisted steering system. The hatchback has a surprisingly large boot capacity of 14.7 cubic feet and can carry up to five passengers. In addition, it is known for its excellent safety, with an adjustable steering wheel and dual-circuit drum brakes ensuring excellent handling and response. The Simca 1307 Hatchback is an unmistakable classic and an excellent choice if you're looking for a vintage car with modern features. It offers a comfortable ride, plenty of storage and enjoyable performance for trips down memory lane.
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