During this year Geneva Motor Show, Peugeot will unveil the new generation Partner Van, a model that first entered the segment in 1996.
In its styling, other than the new front end, the headlamps with their redesigned outline give the Partner Van a modern look that is different from the new Partner Tepee, due to the specific design of the internals of the headlamps.
The Van will become interesting for small businesses once its range of engines will be available on the market. All are Euro 6 compliant and include six units. Only one is a gasoline, a 1.6 litre VTi with 98 hp and a 5-speed manual gearbox. Those opting for a diesel will find the 1.6 litre HDi unit with 75, 100 and 120 hp.
The last one will feature a 6-speed manual gearbox. This range supplemented with the Partner Van Electric version with zero emissions, delivering 67 hp and having a potential range of 105 miles. Its electric drive train and battery carries an 8-year or 60.000 miles warranty.
Safety Features
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 Van offers Active City Brake (automatic urban braking when there is a risk of collision).
Cruise control and speed limiter are now standard from trim level 2. A fixed limiter function also makes it possible to set four limit speeds as desired by the operator.