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The Partner might be the smallest of Peugeot’s vans, but that’s not to downplay its estimable qualities. For a start, it’s easy to drive, providing the most car-like motoring experience of all three Peugeot vans. It’s affordable to run too, and offers a comfortable ride. What’s more, the Partner is available in two wheelbase lengths, with the longest offering up to 3,900 litres of load capacity.


The Peugeot Partner is a model professional. Its proportions are perfectly balanced and the body robust. Inside, there’s ample space for two passengers and the quality cabin has Peugeot’s i-Cockpit with an 8-inch touchscreen.


Powered by a new range of BlueHDi diesel engines with a manual or EAT8 automatic transmission, the Partner drives superbly. It’s comfortable, stable and safe. Importantly, the turning circle is tiny - it’s 10.82m on standard models and 11.43m on long models.


Available with a standard wheelbase which’ll take two Euro pallets and a long wheelbase for a load length up to 3.44mm, the Partner is ready for work. A 1,000kg payload capacity and optional overload indicator complete the package.


The Peugeot Partner has features never seen before in the sector such as keyless entry and start, an electronic parking brake, Speed Limit Recognition and Recommendation, Blind Spot Monitoring and Active Lane Departure Warning. It’s all about making life easier.

Protective features

As well as driver and passenger airbags, the Peugeot Partner is fitted with a full steel bulkhead, which provides a safe barrier between occupants and the contents of the load bay. Standard-issue driver aids include Hill-Start Assist, Anti-Lock Braking System and Electronic Stability Control. All models also initiate autonomous fuel cut-off in the event of an accident – and at the same time, the vehicle’s front doors are automatically unlocked.

Very accessible The Peugeot partner provides easy load bay access thanks to the inclusion of a nearside sliding door and 180-degree opening twin rear doors. If you select a long-wheelbase model, your vehicle will also feature an offside sliding door. Top-tier Asphalt trims introduce alloy wheels (16-inch) to the van, as well as body-coloured fixtures that include bumpers, door handles and door mirrors.
Audio entertainment The winner of the Light Van of the Year award for 2020 (What Van?) features DAB digital radio as standard. Also included are AUX and USB inputs – and Bluetooth connectivity, which facilitates audio streaming and hands-free telephony. Third-tier Professional trims come with a seven-inch touchscreen and Apple and Android smartphone-mirroring technology, while Asphalt grades also include Peugeot Connected 3D Navigation.