Peugeot Reviews

Good: Good quality and ideal for small businesses such as florists, load area is more than a metre wide, gets bespoke suspension set-up.
Bad: Ford Fiesta van is a better all rounder.
Good: Small but usefully practical small van, easy to drive in town with a tight turning circle, cheap to run thanks to economical 1.4 HDi engine.
Bad: Noisy on the motorway, cabin tight on space for taller drivers.
Good: Peugeot's equivalent of the Fiat Ducato and Citroen Relay, strong 2.2-litre diesel engines, 100,000 mile warranty as standard.
Bad: Noisy engines, passenger bench seat not comfortable for long journeys, choppy ride at low speeds.
Good: Comes with pneumatic rear suspension which is height adjustable, long wheelbase and high roof versions available.
Bad: ESP wasn't fitted as standard, three star Euro NCAP crash rating not up to the standard of the Ford Transit Custom.
Good: Efficient and easy to drive everyday will tow 2.5 tonnes, 1400kg payload capacity.
Bad: Entry-level engines are noisy, some build quality concerns, no high-roof option.
Good: Based on the 308 so rides and drives very well, available as a crew van, decent on the motorway with little road noise.
Bad: Gearchange could be better, basic model is poorly equipped and does without a sliding side door.
Good: Gets Peugeot's excellent i-Cockpit dash as standard, 650kg - 1000kg payload capacity, available with petrol or diesel engines.
Bad: Not available until late 2018.
Good: Good value for money, lots of boot space, available with petrol, diesel or electric powertrains.
Bad: Awkward styling, poor refinement, high spec models are expensive.
Good: Easy to drive, low running costs, can be recharged from zero to 80 per cent in 30 mins via a D/C rapid charger.
Bad: Will only cover 80 - 90 miles in real world driving conditions, won't carry as much as its rivals, based on a van that was originally launched in 2008.
Good: Easy to use, three separate full-sized centre row seats fold into the floor, i-Cockpit makes it more enjoyable to drive.
Bad: Same as the Berlingo with different front end styling and badging, hardly beautiful.
Good: Stylish and comfortable MPV, well-equipped as standard, will transport up to eight, efficient range of diesel engines.
Bad: Tourneo Custom is better to drive, not a lot of boot space when all of the seats are in place, third row can get quite noisy.
 

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