Peugeot Partner van | review | carsguide.com.au

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Peugeot Partner

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Peugeot Partner van.

Barnwell road tests and the Peugeot Partner van with and fuel economy.

A van driver#39;s lot is better, with improvements thick and fast to safety, performance, equipment and reliability. in silence in a dangerous and uncomfortable box on wheels is mostly a thing of the

Peugeot has recently upgraded its Partner van with an extra (passenger) and other goodies at improving a delivery driver#39;s environment. No, it#39;s not the driverless van but the new Partner wouldn#39;t be a bad place to your day, hopping in and dropping stuff off and making a

ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION

Our test was a 1.6-litre turbodiesel with output and there#39;s also a 1.6 A five-speed manual transmission is the one available with drive to the front wheels.

It has good performance with acceleration on the move and plenty in for hauling up to 750kg payload in the Practical 15-inch steel are fitted and there#39;s a full spare under the floor.

is available in two versions, short and wheelbase. We had the long version and quite large offering up to 4.0 cubic metres of load as well as the handy variable passenger seat that out of the way for longer loads. Six tie down are provided in the load area which also features height interior side

The small van gains a slight revision this year a new grille and other detail Still looks the same to us but is an extra side sliding on the short wheelbase model and interior changes.

FEATURES

You get ESP, aircon, stability three button remote rear park assist, exterior mirrors, cruise OK audio, trip computer and options all over the place overhead. It needs a reversing first and foremost. All vans do.

Our turbodiesel test can proved to be economical to run, and we achieved to the manufacturer#39;s claimed 5.5-litres/100km. all grey inside the cabin and hard but undoubtedly resilient in a vehicle. The dash-mounted gear is easy to reach as is the hand to the left of the driver#39;s seat

Peugeot Partner

But you can get your feet tangled in the driver#39;s footwell. As long as you can get the adjustment for the driver seat (we It puts you in a sit up and beg position that you down after a while the wheel especially for taller with limited seat movement.

But that#39;s because there#39;s a barrier behind. There#39;s a to be paid for safety this far the pecking order in vanland. we needed to persevere and fiddle the adjustments a bit more.

We appreciated the headlight adjustment which in handy when the rear of the is fully laden and squatting on its spring rear suspension. We like the three passenger afforded by the dual second (with belts).

Peugeot Partner van (diesel)

. from $26,490

Engine . turbodiesel 68kW/215Nm

Transmission . manual, FWD

Thirst . 5.5-litres/100km

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