Peugeot Partner Combi (2001–2010)

Model History

Exactly the same vehicle as the excellent Citroen Berlingo Multispace Forte.

Same choice of 75bhp 1.4 litre petrol engine at £9,095 on the road, or 70bhp 1.9 litre XUD diesel at £9,360 on the road. C02 emissions are 168g/km (£140 VED) and 181g/km (£150 VED); combined fuel consumption 40mpg and 41mpg.

Standard features include two huge sliding rear side doors and a gigantic, washing machine swallowing hatchback; drivers airbag, side impact beams, seatbelt pre-tensioners, engine immobiliser, remote central door locking; three-point seatbelts for all three rear passengers; Isofix mountings for two child seats.

Does nothing the Citroen Berlingo Multispace doesn't do, but if you live nearer to a Peugeot dealer than a Citroen dealer it's the obvious choice.

3 year warranty.

Partner Combi Quicksilver from £9,645 has multi-purpose roof with five overhead fixed glass panels, roof mounted air vents and rood storage comparments.

For 2006, previous 1.9 and 2.0 diesels replaced by 75bhp and 93bhp versions of 1.6 HDI. Much more economical. Other improvements for 2006 include side airbags. 2006 improvements resulted in good four star NCAP crash safety rating; three stars for child safety.


What does a Peugeot Partner Combi (2001 – 2010) cost?