Peugeot Partner Van Review –

9 May 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Peugeot Partner Van Review –

Peugeot Partner

Van Review

take Partner off the beaten

IF you don’t know much light vans, you’d be for think the Partner was one of them new from the good old US of A which are all the at the minute.

But don’t worry, going to want you to say ‘Howdy, a polite hello (or should be bonjour) will do.

The Peugeot has been knocking about for a while now and is a solid performer in the van market. In a bid to make it a bit greener and it slightly off the beaten track, have made a few tweaks to latest edition.

Initially, the most noticeable is the of the van which has had the new Peugeot lion slapped on there with new and mirrors. This brings in in line with the cars Peugeot make which is a bit of among vans nowadays.

also given the trim a bit of a rejig and darken the tail a shade.  Although these are the which will be most to the eye, the real reboot matters under the bonnet.

The new e-HDI 92hp 1.6litre engine is designed to make the even kinder to Mother With the manual gearbox, it can CO2 emissions of 128g/km or, once the EGC manual gearbox is in operation, drops to a very welcome unrivalled across the range.

And it doesn’t skimp on value when it comes to fuel offering a generous 60.1mpg. the great savings in van insurance you can and this bad boy isn’t going to the bank.

Even the standard HDI, which comes in a 75hp or 95hp version, too shabby when it comes to and consumption, boasting an impressive and 53.2mpg.

Peugeots Grip System

The new Partner doesn’t an all-out four-wheel drive which is a pity since are pitching this as an occasional

Instead, it comes with the grip control system. will detect different adjust the vehicle’s setting Among the different settings are mud, sand and snow and the does cope pretty on slippery surfaces compared to front-wheel drive vans.

with less to carry in the of an extra two driving wheels, is another tick in the box for the Partner’s credentials.

Peugeot have pushed the all-terrain features in other such as mud and snow tyres, the suspension an extra 10mm, down on wheel trim and an under-engine protector.

Okay, so no need to ditch the Jeep, but the new all-terrain features should in handy for those who often to negotiate mucky sites and terrain.

But all the reliable features of the old remain, such as the responsive and easy driveability and this new should give van drivers option.

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