If heavy payloads and low running costs are front of mind, the Partner van is a great choice. There’s a choice of two body lengths, three payloads (up to 850kg) and three engines, and you can also choose a ‘bench seat’ at the front allowing you to squeeze in two front passengers when you need to. Like all our vans, we’ve made sure the seats are comfortable, knowing that our customers may be spending a lot of time on the road. And as well as those all-important hinged rear doors that open 180°, there are handy touches like a Visibility Pack, so windscreen wipers and headlights come on automatically when they’re needed.
The design of the front of the new Peugeot Partner shows strength and expressiveness. Laid out between the headlamps with their redesigned outlines, the new grille carries the Peugeot Lion at its centre. It dominates the enveloping new bumper with its tight lines, the whole giving the new Peugeot Partner a more vertical look and greater perceived robustness.
The new Peugeot Partner has wide range of latest generation engines that meet the Euro 6 emissions standard. In total, six VTi petrol and BlueHDi Diesel engines are available at launch, delivering from 75 to 120 hp. They meet the varying needs of business users, while having fuel consumption and CO2 emissions that are 15% lower on average than the engines replaced.
The 1.6 litre BlueHDi 100 S&S version has record CO2 emission in the segment from 109g/km, with both manual and electronic gearbox. The BlueHDi engines offer optimum driving enjoyment due to their improved torque and power figures, together with the adoption of a 6-speed manual gearbox on the BlueHDi 120 version.
Aligned with the servicing interval for the vehicle, the AdBlue additive is topped up directly next to the fuel filler flap, so this operation is made easy for business users that cover more than 12,500 miles (20,000 km) a year.
This range is rounded off with the Partner Electric version with 0g/km of CO2, while delivering 67 hp and having a range of 105 miles (170 km). Its electric drive train and battery now carry an 8-year or 60,000 miles (100,000 km) warranty. The 1.6 HDi 75 and 1.6 HDi 90 Euro 5 engines will continue to be available until June 2016.
To ensure safety, ease driving and preserve the vehicle over time, the new Peugeot Partner offers a wide range of modern and technological driving and safety systems.
In addition to the standard safety equipment such as ABS, emergency braking assistance, ESP with traction control, Hill Start Assist and Direct under-inflation detection using a pressure sensor fitted to each wheel, the new Peugeot Partner offers Active City Brake (automatic urban braking when there is a risk of collision).
As well as allowing an accident to be avoided or the seriousness of an impact to be reduced, this system also has a positive effect on the insurance group rating, and therefore running costs, a key factor for business users.
Cruise control and speed limiter are now standard from trim level 2. A fixed limiter function also makes it possible to set 4 limit speeds as desired by the customer. In addition to the rear parking sensors already standard on trim level 3, the new Peugeot Partner offers front parking sensors and a reversing camera, available as options. Manoeuvres are thus made easier and the vehicle better protected.
Grip Control is a system that provides enhanced traction; it remains a reference in the segment and allows the vehicle to continue to make progress on roads or tracks with poor grip.
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