Peugeot Partner Tepee (2008–2018)

What's good

Good value for money.

Lots of boot space.

Available with petrol, diesel or electric powertrains.

What's bad

Awkward styling.

Poor refinement.

High spec models are expensive. 

12-12-2017: Report of heater problem with February 2017 Peugeot Partner Teepee. Since September 2017 has been an intermittent problem whereby the climate controls stopped operating and hot air comes out of all vents and cannot be stopped resulting in a very unpleasant drive for anyone in the car. This has now occurred 6 times. Peugeot have now confirmed this is a fault with this model but not all vehicles are affected. Immediate solution is to turn car off to reset all heater settings which is inconvenient and doesn't always work and Peugeot are investigating a permanent fix. Likely to be a fault with the electeric heater valve.

29-1-2018: Report of Peugeot Partner Teepee running out of AdfBlue with no warning until engine management light on. Garage had the car for two weeks investigating wiring fault? They have now said it was a NOx valve fault and that the valve also senses the AdBlue level. When the engine fault light came on it state the mileage to shut-down at which time owner added 10l itre to the AdBlue tank, but this made no difference to the mileage count-down.

30-5-2019: Report of turbo failure in 2010 Peugeot Partner Teepee 1.6HDI DV6 TED4 engine. The Peugeot/Citroen warranty fix (when done properly) is not just a replacement turbo, but a revised turbo lubrication system with larger feed and return pipes and a higher capacity oil pump. The common out-of-warranty repair is just a new turbo and feed pipe (of original design) because this is about half the cost of the proper fix. The 'cheap' fix will work, but only with regular oil changes and always letting the turbo cool by idling to ensure a flow of fresh oil through the bearing before switching off.

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