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Advantages: Versatility, dependable, comfy.
Disadvantages: The third seat up front is small, dull interior.
Summary: A superb city van, with an abundance of configurations. It’s supremely comfortable and easy to drive, a great van for small businesses.
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With the Partner, Peugeot have developed a resourceful and practical inner-city van which sits right at the top of its class. Rivalling the popular Citroen Berlingo, the Partner has every attribute in order to compete with such heavyweights. An overwhelming amount of customer choice comes with the Partner, with three engines, three cargo weights and two body lengths being made available. The Partner comes with either a 90bhp 1.6 litre petrol or two 1.6 litre diesel engines, producing 75bhp and 90bhp. The body lengths range from 4.38 metres to 4.63 metres and the longer of the two can carry cargo of up to 850kg and 3.7 cubic metres. The Partner has been branded as the perfect city van – and you can certainly see why. In the lower gears there is tremendous pulling power and along with being nippy the Partner is easily able to weave in and out of built-up traffic. Elevated seats and the adjustable steering wheel guarantee supreme comfort while large side mirrors ensure excellent visibility. The Partner is also able to carry three people up front – though the middle seat is a bit of a squeeze. Light steering and a flexible turning circle add to the Partner’s town and city credentials while consistently retaining a quiet and muted cabin noise. Overall the Partner would be a smart choice for any small business and will most definitely be tempting to anyone wishing to purchase a small van.
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