big car practicality, small car affordability

Saturday, 16 June 2001


Peugeot’s new Partner Combi offers space, practicality, excellent build quality and great value for money. It’s the ideal car for those who want MPV convenience or who require a combined workhorse and family car.

The Partner Combi’s cheeky, chunky appearance, with body-coloured bumpers, is likely to win it many fans. Its host of practical features, great value for money package and ability to shoulder most loads, will ensure that it rapidly becomes a much-loved family member.

The bright, spacious interior offers superb all-round visibility and easily accommodates up to five adults in comfort. Power steering makes it equally comfortable to drive.

The Partner Combi’s cube-like design, flat floor and split-folding rear seat provide outstanding storage space, reducing the inevitable arguments about what to leave behind when packing for a family trip. Two side-sliding doors make it easy to load and unload everything from children to shopping bags, particularly in tight parking spaces, while stowage areas under the floor offer a handy hiding place away from prying eyes.

Standard safety and security features include driver airbag, side impact beams, seatbelt pre-tensioners, engine immobiliser and remote control central door locking. Secure installation of child seats is made easy by the provision of two Isofix mountings, and all three rear seat passengers benefit from height-adjustable head restraints and three-point seatbelts.

The new Peugeot Partner Combi is available with a 75 bhp, 1.4-litre petrol engine or 1.9-litre, 70 bhp diesel engine, with CO2 emissions of 168 g/km and 181g/km respectively. With petrol consumption of 40 mpg on the combined cycle (1.4-litre petrol), the Partner Combi is as affordable to run as it is to buy.

Manufacturer recommended retail prices start from just £9,095 on the road for the
1.4-litre petrol version and £9,360 for the 1.9-litre diesel. The Partner Combi carries three years’ warranty cover and comes with a year’s AA membership.


For further information, please contact Nigel Wells at the Peugeot Press Office on
024 7688 4215 or visit our press website at

Editor’s Notes:

  • Production of the new Partner Combi begins in June
  • The combined drive cycle of the new Partner Combi 1.9 diesel is 41 mpg




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