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Peugeot Partner

Peugeot Partner Seats

Being a van, this has a three-seater arrangement, made possible via a 2+1 bench, with only the driver’s seat being of normal size and proportion. The thinking here is that the centre section is an occasional perch. The outboard passenger seat thus doesn’t recline at all but folds down to allow for a ski-port like access to the rear cargo area.

Thus, the driver’s seat is the most comfortable place to be sat in the Partner, since it also has a reclining backrest and lumbar control, for added support to help you settle in well over longer trips.

That two-seater passenger seat isn’t particularly comfortable. It is fixed in one position so doesn’t recline or adjust for height, as a result of the Multi-flex packaging that allows for longer loads to be slid underneath it. The cushion is flat too.

If it’s being used as a three-seater, larger occupants might find there isn’t quite enough width, making this arrangement only really acceptable for shorter trips.

Peugeot Partner Colours

Just five exterior colours are available – White, Aluminium Grey, Platinum Grey and Onyx Black.

  • White
  • Aluminium Grey
  • Platinum Grey
  • Onyx Black
To confirm current colour availability, please check the manufacturer's website.

Peugeot Partner Boot Space

The 130 THP comes standard with two sliding side doors and a set of barn doors out back. All provide easy access to the isolated cargo area, which in Australia includes a glazed bulkhead to separate car from van. Payload is 1000kg, with a towing load of up to 950kg (braked). Useable volume is 3.3 cubic square metres.

Peugeot says the internal load length is 1817mm (or up to 3090mm with the Multi-flex opening bulkhead hatch that allows for longer items to be slid in a narrow opening to inside the cabin beneath the passenger seat).

Peugeot Partner Boot space

Peugeot Partner Dimensions

The dimensions of the Peugeot Partner Commercial vary according to year of manufacture and spec level.

Year Body Type Height x Width x Length Ground Clearance
2021 Commercial 1880x1921x4753 mm 157 mm
2020 Commercial 1880x1921x4753 mm 157 mm
2019 Commercial 1880x1921x4753 mm 157 mm
2017 Commercial 1830x1810x4380 mm 125 mm
2016 Commercial 1830x1810x4380 mm 125 mm
The dimensions shown above are for the base model. See All Peugeot Partner Dimensions

Peugeot Partner Accessories

On the comfort and convenience side there’s ‘2+1’ three-seater bench, a driver’s seat height adjuster, climate control air-conditioning with pollen filter, auto on/off headlights with a timing function, static cornering lights, front fog lights, an electronic instrumentation layout, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto connectivity, Bluetooth phone and audio streaming, a tilt/telescopic multi-function steering wheel with remote controls, paddle shifters, central locking, power windows, dual sliding side doors, a glazed bulkhead separating passenger and cargo areas, rear barn doors and a full-sized spare wheel.

That three-seater bench arrangement includes Peugeot’s Multi-Flex modular folding passenger seat, which can provide 1273mm of additional load length or 0.6 cubic metres of volume, accessible via a hatch in the bulkhead. The centre backrest folds to reveal extra storage or a sliding bench top table.

Peugeot Partner Accessories

Peugeot Partner Towing Capacity

The Peugeot Partner has maximum towing capacity of 900kg for the latest model available.

Year Body Type Braked Capacity from Braked Capacity to
2021 Commercial 850kg 900kg
2020 Commercial 850kg 900kg
2019 Commercial 850kg 900kg
2017 Commercial 750kg 1000kg
2016 Commercial 750kg 1000kg
See All Towing Capacity for Peugeot Partner

Peugeot Partner Wheel Size

The Peugeot Partner has a number of different wheel and tyre options. When it comes to tyres, these range from 205x60 R16 for Commercial in 2021.

Year Body Type Front Tyre Size Front Rim Rear Tyre Size Rear Rim
2021 Commercial 205x60 R16 205x60 R16
2020 Commercial 205x60 R16 16x6.5 inches 205x60 R16
2019 Commercial 205x60 R16 16x6.5 inches 205x60 R16 16x6.5 inches
2017 Commercial 195x65 R15 15x6.5 inches 195x65 R15 15x6.5 inches
2016 Commercial 195x65 R15 15x6.5 inches 195x65 R15 15x6.5 inches
The dimensions shown above are for the base model. See All Peugeot Partner Wheel Sizes

Peugeot Partner Models Price and Specs

The price range for the Peugeot Partner varies based on the trim level you choose. Starting at $25,990 and going to $31,490 for the latest year the model was manufactured. The model range is available in the following body types starting from the engine/transmission specs shown below.

Year Body Type Specs Price from Price to
2021 Commercial 1.2L, ULP, 6 SP MAN $25,990 $31,490
2020 Commercial 1.2L, ULP, 6 SP MAN $18,000 $31,570
2019 Commercial 1.2L, ULP, 6 SP MAN $17,100 $28,930
2017 Commercial 1.6L, PULP, 5 SP MAN $14,000 $23,320
2016 Commercial 1.6L, PULP, 5 SP MAN $12,500 $21,340
See All Peugeot Partner Pricing and Specs

Peugeot Partner Fuel Consumption

The Peugeot Partner is available in a number of variants and body types that are powered by Diesel, ULP and PULP fuel type(s). It has an estimated fuel consumption starting from 5L/100km for Commercial /Diesel for the latest year the model was manufactured.

Year Body Type Fuel Consumption* Engine Fuel Type Transmission
2021 Commercial 5L/100km 1.6L Diesel 5 SP MAN
2021 Commercial 5.9L/100km 1.2L ULP 6 SP MAN
2020 Commercial 5L/100km 1.6L Diesel 5 SP MAN
2020 Commercial 5.9L/100km 1.2L ULP 6 SP MAN
2019 Commercial 5L/100km 1.6L Diesel 5 SP MAN
2019 Commercial 5.9L/100km 1.2L ULP 6 SP MAN
2017 Commercial 5.8L/100km 1.6L Diesel 5 SP MAN
2017 Commercial 8.2L/100km 1.6L PULP 5 SP MAN
2016 Commercial 5.8L/100km 1.6L Diesel 5 SP MAN
2016 Commercial 8.2L/100km 1.6L PULP 5 SP MAN
* Combined fuel consumption See All Peugeot Partner Pricing and Specs for 2021

Peugeot Partner Interior

It’s a surprise how large the Partner is. It is one of the easiest vehicles you’ll ever experience, with the tall roof, big wide-opening doors and high seating. You simply step up and swing yourself inside, as you might sat on a barstool.

This is a post-Peugeot renaissance interior in here, so there’s a love-it-or-hate-it ‘i-Cockpit’ low-wheel/high instrument pod layout. Futuristic and even perhaps a tad intimidating at first, the dashboard does take a few moments to acclimatise, but once that happens, it does quickly become second-nature.

There’s no denying the ergonomic advantages of having near eye-level dials, which are crisp white-on-black dials and a helpfully big digital speedo, as part of fairly comprehensive trip computer data.

Full marks for the driving position, thanks to a tilt/telescopic wheel and cushion height-adjustability. The basics are spot on, actually, with ample air flow from the simple but effective ventilation system and the easiest multimedia system Peugeot has offered in living memory.

We also commend the camera mirror that provides full-time coverage – though it does need confirmation setting every time it’s restarted. There’s a moveable shelf when the centre seat folded that’s handy as a table and the door pockets are massive.

The myriad storage areas point to Peugeot’s experience in designed practical compact van interiors, with slots and shelves and cubbies to support an extremely deep and long glovebox. There’s also storage above the sunvisor area as well as under the seats, including a compartmentalised area beneath the centre cushion that’s also very useful – especially for hiding the laptop this review is written on. A single USB and 12V outlets are sited for handy charging, but there isn’t any wireless charging available as yet. Four cupholders are also fitted.

Being a van, this has a three-seater arrangement, made possible via a 2+1 bench, with only the driver’s seat being of normal size and proportion. The thinking here is that the centre section is an occasional perch. The outboard passenger seat thus doesn’t recline at all but folds down to allow for a ski-port like access to the rear cargo area.

Flaws include vision-blocking windscreen pillars when negotiating a roundabout. Beware of the awful rotary auto selector, which is fiddly and requires concentration to ensure the stubborn ‘P’ for park segment is selected. That two-seater passenger seat isn’t particularly comfortable. And the lack of digital radio is also disappointing.

That all said the Partner’s passenger compartment is solid, logical, high quality and very European in execution. Beyond the fat pillar bases, vision is good, with a high and commanding point of view that makes the Peugeot easy to pilot around town.

Peugeot Partner Speed

Expect the Peugeot Partner 130 THP with the eight-speed auto to manage the 0-100km/h sprint time in around 10.5 seconds.