Peugeot e-Partner (2022 – 2024) Review

Peugeot e-Partner (2022 – 2024) At A Glance


+Smart and well-equipped, excellent driving dynamics, refined, rapid charging option

-Quite pricy, range won’t suit everyone

Peugeot has one of the most diverse portfolios of electric vans in the market right now, with electrified versions of all three of its mainstream delivery vans – the Peugeot Partner, Peugeot Expert and Peugeot Boxster. But is its smallest model fit for the job? Read our Peugeot e-Partner review to find out…

Introduced at the end of 2021, the Peugeot e-Partner is based on the compact Peugeot Partner van, which shares most of its architecture with the Citroen Berlingo, Fiat Doblo and Vauxhall Combo.

The fully electric model uses a 50kWh battery pack and a front-mounted electric motor, developing 135PS and giving a WLTP-measured range of 170 miles. The motor develops a handy 260Nm of torque and comes with a maximum payload of 803kg.

It’s a tidy and neatly styled van with a choice of body lengths (4.4 or 4.7 metres), while the battery is compatible with all types of fast charger, meaning you can get it from 20% to 80% charge in about half an hour. Overnight charging, meanwhile, will take around seven-and-a-half hours from a standard domestic wallbox.

Two trim levels are offered – the business-like Professional and the more driver-focused Asphalt, which gets improved interior trim and body-coloured bumpers.

All models are offered with the option of Peugeot’s ‘Multi-flex’ modular folding three-seater front bench, which allows drivers to increase storage capacity, with load space increasing up to 500 litres inside the cabin using storage space under the centre seat cushion and a load through bulkhead.

Prices are around £12,000 pricier than diesel models, which limits the van’s appeal to those operating in congestion charging areas or covering significant enough distance to negate the additional cost of refuelling.

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