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I bought a Peugeot Partner Tepee because friends had owned two of them in which I had travelled many miles. A brand new Family model was offered to me by my local dealer, Arbury of Bromsgrove, at a very good discount and as their reputation locally is very good I bought the car. I have been very pleased with it and it does everything and more than I expected included towing. Fuel consumption is in the fifties and a recent 70 miles journey to Oxford at a steady 50 mph resulted in 60 mpg. Performance is quite spritely for a car of this size, with useful acceleration when required. Considering that the price I paid was the same as for a smaller family hatchback it was a bargain at the time and I have no regrets over my purchase. The shape may be boxy but it is oh so roomy because of this, with the seats folded down (an easy operation)I have even carried an armchair in the back. Of the 30 people who attend a club to which I belong, no less than 6 of us drive Partner Tepees or the equivalent Citroen Berlingo. When they finally cease manufacture, and it has been on the market for nearly ten years, I doubt that any replacement would be as practical.
I bought this as I occasionally need to use it for work, I had been thinking about a van but my accountant advised the disadvantages of this and I'd still need a car for private use. Therefore a van derived car was the logical answer, great load space with the rear seats folded. I bought it 14 months ago secondhand with low mileage (13k)from a local Volvo Dealer and negotiated a good cash purchase deal. It has been very reliable, its not a fast car but nor is it slow, its always capable of keeping up with traffic flow. The PARTNER TEPPEE is comfortable, even on long trips (230m. the fuel consumption has averaged 48.6mpg (on board display). Pressing the reset button and checking over a long steady journey found low 50s easily attainable. Bad bits:- The front cabin storage isn't as good or as practical as I'd like. The coloured coating on the drivers door inside handle is peeling off with usage. The exterior paint seems "soft" ie it scratches easily.
Superb family car for holidays etc, bags of space of people and their baggage. Lots of useful cubby holes and storage space, but glove box a bit small. Seating and boot space big enough to hold a concert in. On the road it's more nimble handling than you first expect for a tall box and very comfortable - once you have got round the seat adjustment. Economy pretty good at ~50-55 mpg for my daily commute, has been as high as 65mpg on holiday. Mine is the 90 hp version and is a bit slow off the mark, but gets along nicely once it's moving. Service from local dealers has been pretty good, and not too expensive but when the clutch release bearing went at just over 40k on the clock the main dealer quote for replacing the clutch was a bit eye-watering at £700 - local garage did it for ~1/3 of the price. Other than this one item, the car has been pretty faultless over the 3 1/2 years I have owned it.
The Peugeot Partner is essentially a posh van like it's badge engineered brothers the Ciroen Berlingo and Renault Kangoo. It is very spacious, and practical with a full size rear door, two sliding passenger doors and five seats. With the rear seats folded there is a lot of cargo space, so it's good for camping, bikes etc. The amout of traffic on the road as far as I am concerned means that one travels from A to B in the same time, no matter what vehicle one is driving, so practical wins over sporty every time. Having said that the 1.6 diesel pulls well. Economy is as good as anything else with the same size engine, though I was tempted by the smaller Bipper/Nemo with £40 road tax and better economy. Sharing van parts should mean it is cheap to run. This should suit us for the next three to five years.
A very practical car for town and country use. I have fitted "snow" tyres to get more grip - the power/weight ratio is such that I was experiencing wheel spin on accelerating away from traffic lights and roundabouts. Good points:- M.P.G. - can get 65mpg Light to drive / park Ease of access - large front doors & sliding rear Very nippy Storage pockets / shelves Good size boot - huge with rear seats folded Height for large loads NOT SO GOOD:- Quite basic trim Small car comfort Accelerator & brake pedals too close together for large boots
A great all round car with is cheap to insure and road tax is only £140 . It returns approx 55mpg overall and has a huge luggage space. It has all the gismos electric windows, electric powered and heated mirrors ,cruise control air con. 6 speaker cd player and even a rechargeable torch in the rear.. It has power steering front fog lights and a trip computer there is even an internal roof rack. Its just a great all round vehicle and if you have to move a cooker ,washing machine it will do it with ease.
This is the ultimate utilitarian vehicle. It has space in abundance, Rear seats that can be folded or removed. I have a tow bar for carrying upto three bikes on a bike carrier. The level of comfort for a vehicle of this kind is more than adequate. Some elements of the interior might appear a bit 'plasticky' but are of a solid plastic. I am very pleased with this vehicle and it is a slight improvement on the Berlingo I had previously.
My car is like a Tardis as there is bags of room inside. It is very economical to run, service every 2 years or 12000 miles whichever comes first. Being partially disabled I find it easy to slide in and out of the seats, no bending etc. It is very easy and comfortable to drive as everything is to hand with good alround vision of the road. I find provided you regularly service the car reliability is second to none.
I bought this car on the recommendation of 2 friends who own them. I was offered an extremely good deal by Arbury of Bromsgrove whose customer service is excellent.It is a large, comfortable and economical car with space to carry an armchair with the back seat folded yet costs no more than a small hatchback to buy.My only complaint is the offset of the pedals.
I needed a vehicle that had plenty of space, was economical and reasonably comfortable. This vehicle has it all.Space because I have a large dog and take a large amount of baggage to my static caravan,comfort because I take the occasional long journey and thats where the economy comes in. So yes I am happy with my vehicle.
We purchased this vehicle because of the amount of space inside, running costs and reliability. We also like the sliding rear doors which is ideal for our very large dog to enter and exit into a large dog cage in the rear, with the rear seats folded down you still have a large boot space which is covered from prying eyes.
My car is an all purpose car, It can carry large amounts of goods. It can carry 5 people comfortably. It is a basic car and is easy to drive. It has excellent visibility. The engine is superb and very powerful. The ride is extremely comfortable (french suspension) all round it is a very versatile car
I have owned my Peugeot for a little over 18 months and have found it to be the most versatile utility vehicle. From carrying stock for the business to everyday use, it is so adaptable. I will eventually have to replace this car, and will, without doubt look to the newer versions to fill the role.
An economical MPV with reasonable comfort, good economy and a good driving position. Not as comfortable as many saloon cars but excellent load carrying capacity, many good features and moderately cheap to run and maintain.
A car with ploenty of room. Gets in my granchildrens surf boards, and my daughteers dog with mo problem. Only repairs since I have had the car is new tyres as required. It was bought second hand and has run well since.
Great all round car, diesel version cheap to run. We bought it for the capacity it has, just feels slightly underpowered on accelerating (1.6 Hdi)
Van is now 4 years old and going great. Holds a load well and still goes with weight in. It has never let me down. Its great van.
I bought this van (I had to pick estate from the list!)with 99.000 miles already on the clock and it hasn't missed a beat.
great car lot of room good on fuel cheap to tax & insure very reliable
used to by citreon but found this vehicle better value