Peugeot Partner Combi (2001 – 2010) Review

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Peugeot Partner Combi (2001 – 2010) At A Glance


+Unpretentious, roomy holdhall that rides well. Excellent value.

-Brakes could be better. Some mechanical problems. The neighbours will be nonplussed, if that matters to you.

On average it achieves 90% of the official MPG figure

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Real MPG average for a Peugeot Partner Combi (2001 – 2010)


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Average performance


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40–58 mpg

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Is the Peugeot Partner Combi good for wheelchair access?
"I need a wheelchair access car to take my mum out a few times a week. I need easy to use ramp facility and three seats for passengers to enjoy family days out. I've been looking at the Peugeot Partner 1.4 Combi. Is it any good?"
Yes. If buying new you can now get this with Peugeot's excellent 1.2 PureTech 110 engine. Good people to check out are
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Heater has broken, yet makes clicking sounds
"my heater goes off and on and clicking sound from glove box"
The clicking will be the relay cutting in and out. I'd guess that the heater fan motor's bearings have failed.
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What's causing my Peugeot Partner van alarm to go off?
"I’m having problems with the alarm on my Peugeot Partner van. I think someone pressed the central locking button on the dash (the one with the padlock) and now every time I open the door or start it the alarm goes off. How do I stop this? "
Read the driver's manual. If it's lost then you have a choice of experimenting by pressing the central locking button again when the doors are unlocked and if that doesn't work asking at your local Peugeot dealer.
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Is there a less van-like vehicle that will compare with the Peugeot Partner Combi for load carrying?
"My wife has a 2003 2.0-litre diesel Peugeot Partner Combi, which has been an excellent multi-purpose workhorse especially as an incredible load-carrier, mainly due to its internal height and huge capacity with the rear seats down. The time has come to change it, and although the updated version would be an option, I wonder if there is anything else on the market with similar attributes you could recommend that might look a little less 'van-like'?"
Not really, no. But the new version is a much stronger, better riding, better handling, altogether better vehicle. It's better in these respects than quite a few hatchbacks. Test of identical Berlingo Multispace II here:
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What does a Peugeot Partner Combi (2001 – 2010) cost?