Peugeot Partner Review 2024

Peugeot Partner At A Glance


+Impressive payload, smart cabin, great to drive

-Fiddly heater switchgear, only top spec models come as automatics

The smallest model in Peugeot’s revamped model line-up has been extensively revamped with a much smarter cabin, new front-end styling and improved tech. Read our full Peugeot Partner review to find out if it’s the perfect small van for you.

The smallest van in Peugeot’s model range is now in its fourth generation and shares its platform and most of its bodywork with the other small vans in the Stellantis stable – notably the Citroen Berlingo, Vauxhall Combo and Fiat Doblo. Together, they represent a fabulous range of vans and deserve the commercial success they’ve enjoyed.

Although not completely renewed compared with the model introduced in 2018, the Peugeot Partner was substantially facelifted in the spring of 2024, with new frontal styling and a new ‘shield’ Peugeot logo and front grille.

The facelift also brought in a plethora of new technology and safety equipment, including a new inductive charging ‘Smartphone Station’ a new 10-inch HD infotainment display, blind spot warnings, and optional Dynamic Surround Vision, which uses a screen in the place of a rear-view mirror to transmit the view from the rear of the van via a camera system to the driver’s eyeline. In addition, the top spec model comes with Peugeot’s unique ‘i-Cockpit’ driver information display.

Mechanically, the Peugeot Partner is offered with a choice of 100PS or 136PS 1.5-litre diesel engines, both of which are excellent, along with an electric model in the form of the Peugeot e-Partner, reviewed separately.

There are two body lengths available in the UK market – L1 and L2, the latter of which is also offered as a crew cab with flat-folding seats and a pop-up bulkhead to increase load space when they’re folded out of the way.

All non-crew cab versions are offered with the option of Peugeot’s ‘Multi-flex’ modular folding three-seater front bench, which allows greater storage capacity inside the cabin, using storage space under the centre seat cushion and a load through bulkhead.

Two trim levels are offered – the fleet-focused Professional and the plusher Asphalt, which gets improved interior trim, full wheel covers and body-coloured bumpers, along with LED projector headlamps.

Overall, the Peugeot Partner is a pretty compelling package.

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