Peugeot Partner Tepee (2008 – 2018) Review

Peugeot Partner Tepee (2008 – 2018) At A Glance


+Good value for money, lots of boot space, available with petrol, diesel or electric powertrains.

-Awkward styling, poor refinement, high spec models are expensive.

It might not be the most attractive or refined MPV you can buy, but the Peugeot Partner Tepee has lots of likeable traits that will make it popular with families who priories everyday usability over cutting edge style. 

Available with five or seven seats, with three removable seats in the middle row, the Peugeot Partner Tepee has low running costs and lots of interior space. The engine line-up spans petrol and diesel, while an all-electric version will cover over 100 miles on a single charge. 

The 1.6-litre BlueHDi diesel engines are offered with 75PS, 100PS or 120PS, while the 1.6 VTi petrol can be specified with 98PS or 110PS. Claimed economy for the petrols peak at an official 55.4mpg for the 110PS version, while the 100PS diesel will return up to 68.9mpg.

Two trim levels are offered - Active and Outdoor - with the latter coming with a touchscreen infotainment system complete with DAB and Bluetooth, although navigation is still an optional extra along with a reversing camera.

All Partner Tepees get a flat floor and a load volume of between 675 and 3000 litres, while loading the boot is easy thanks to the large tailgate. In addition, there is 94 litres of additional storage space in the roof, with overhead storage bin at the front, storage spaces either side of the centre roof console and at the rear a compartment accessible both from the cabin and the boot.

Ask Honest John

What should I look out for when buying an ex-mobility car?

"I'm thinking of buying a Peugeot Partner Tepee from a dealer, but it's an ex-mobility car. Can you advise me on this deal? It's not got any visible marks, but I'm concerned about taxing it and the service history."
If it has an electric rear wheelchair ramp then that makes it more valuable and must be disclosed as a 'modification' to your insurer. If it was adapted for a disabled driver and the adaptations have been invisibly removed, then no problem. It may not have been adapted anyway because a lot of cars on Motability finance are standard and are used by someone else to drive the disabled person around.
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