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2020 Peugeot Partner review

The changes in how we are living this year have clearly highlighted the requirement for fast and local delivery of food, goods and other supplies. A requirement that is only going to become increasingly more important for small businesses, and there’s no better tool for this than a van...

2008 Peugeot Partner HDi Review

2008 Peugeot Partner HDi Review & Road Test Practical Pug needs a little more pep. Model Tested: 2008 Peugeot Partner L1 1...

2008 Peugeot Partner and Expert LCVs – First Steer

2008 Peugeot Partner and Expert LCVs  First Steer French carmaker Peugeot’s entry into the booming Australian Light Commercial Vehicle market could be seen as opportunistic, but it is certainly a case of better late than never. -David Twomey Peugeot has hit the LCV market, which has been one of the sales standouts of the Australian automotive market in recent years, with a couple of well placed, if oddly named, debutantes in the Expert and the Partner...

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BMW 1 Series scores five stars in ANCAP testing

BMW's new entry-level car, the 1 Series hatchback, has scored top marks in ANCAP crash testing – but the new Peugeot Parter fell short, thanks to a missing piece of active safety technology. The Partner van's autonomous emergency braking system can't detect cyclists in testing, limiting its 'vulnerable road user detection' score – and its overall rating to four stars...

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2019 Peugeot Partner and Boxer pricing and specs

Peugeot Australia has announced pricing and specification for its two commercial vans, the Partner and Boxer, continuing the rollout started by the Expert a few months ago. These two new models reaffirm Peugeot’s commitment to the LCV sector in Australia, and to providing tradies and business owners with safe and viable options...

Peugeot rejoins van market: autonomous emergency braking and five year warranty across the range

Advanced safety is finally being rolled out on vehicles that spend more time on the road than most others: delivery vans. French brand Peugeot has announced it is rejoining the commercial vehicle market in Australia after a five-year absence with a three-model range of small, medium and large vans...

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Peugeot Partner Owner Reviews

2013 PEUGEOT PARTNER 1.6 HDI Review

A great little van that is a must with the 3 seat option. Very easy to drive and cheap to fill up (800kms + per tank every time). For $6k less than the basic Caddy, I got extra features including bluetooth media streaming, 3 seats, 2 side windows, towbar and roof racks. The interior is good for a van (not a car!). Very pleased and happy to hang onto this van for some time yet...

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