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If you have ever owned or driven a Peugeot Partner then we want to know about the experience. We would also love to hear how any replacement parts you had to purchase rated in terms of performance. Leave your comments in the comments box at the bottom of the page.

Peugeot Partner Overview

The Peugeot Partner is classed as a small panel van and also a Leisure Activity Vehicle depending on which version you have. These vehicles are designed by the French manufacturing company Peugeot, which is part of the PSA Peugeot Citroen Group. It is the van version that is known as the Peugeot Partner, while the leisure activity vehicle is known as the Partner Combi. This vehicle is also known as the Peugeot Ranch in Italy. These vehicles are spacious and well built and the leisure activity versions are good to drive. These are well built vehicles and the vans are worth considering if you need a small van. Does this sound like anything like your Partner?

Peugeot Partner History

The first generation (1997-present) Peugeot Partner I is almost identical to the Citroen Berlingo as they are both produced at the same factory and part of the same company, PSA Peugeot Citroen. This vehicle received a makeover in 2002 and was also available in CNG and electric engines for the more economical choices. Although the Partner II was released in 2008, the Partner I is still sold and marketed in some countries, such as the UK and Mexico where it is now marketed as the Grand Parade and Partner Origin respectively.

The second generation (2008-present) is known as the Partner II and also the Partner Tepee. This vehicle is designed on the PSA platform 2 and is slightly larger than the previous version, and is also more expensive to buy.


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Fuel Economy

The available engines for the Peugeot Partner are 1.4 and 1.6L petrol, 1.6, 1.9 and 2.0L diesel and a 1.4L CNG natural gas engine. The most economical is obviously the 1.4L CNG, but the 1.6L diesel is the best of the rest, offering up to 53mpg. Which engine did you have for your Partner and how did it perform economically? Remember to consider the fuel type, age and engine size of the vehicle when determining fuel economy.


The only gearbox available for the Peugeot Partner is the 5-speed manual. We have a section of our website dedicated to Peugeot gearbox parts. You can look at this section to find the gearbox parts you need for your Partner at great prices.


If you are looking for Peugeot Partner parts then look no further. Here at Breakeryard we have parts available for all makes and models of vehicle. Our comprehensive network of UK Breakers has these parts at very cheap prices and of great quality. Enter your vehicle details in our part finder or visit the Partner parts page to locate the exact part you need. We also give tips on how to fix your problem parts. Check our Partner problems page here.