Peugeot Partner Combi

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Calling the Peugeot Partner Combi a van with windows and seats doesn’t really do it justice – although it’s based on the French panel van it’s actually a highly adaptable MPV.

Calling the Peugeot Partner Combi a van with windows and seats doesn’t really do it justice – although it’s based on the French panel van it’s actually a highly adaptable MPV.

There were a range of engines available during the car’s life, which ran between 2001 and 2010, including petrol and diesel. Rivals include the Citroen Berlingo Multispace and Fiat Doblo, and it has now been replaced by the Peugeot Partner Tepee.

The 1.4 petrol had plenty of zest but performed best when unloaded, while the 1.9 diesel made the Combi feel more like the van it was based on.

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Peugeot Partner Combi Estate 2001 - 2010

3 out of 5
Peugeot Partner Combi Estate 2001 - 2010

New price range:
£8,955 - £12,275

Used price range:
£262 - £3,469

Space, comfortable ride
Slow 1.9D, low spec, noisy at speed