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Have you ever owned a Peugeot Partner Combi? Did you have to replace any parts? If you did, then why not share your experience of this vehicle with us. Also let us know about the performance of any replacement parts. Write your review in the comment box at the bottom of the page.

Peugeot Partner Combi Overview

The Peugeot Partner Combi is classed as a LAV (Leisure Activity Vehicle) which is produced by the French automobile manufacturing company Peugeot. This vehicle has been in production since 1996 and is still in production today. It is produced by the PSA Peugeot Citroen Alliance which was formed in 1975 when Peugeot took over Citroen. There is a Citroen version of the same vehicle called the Citroen Berlingo Multispace. The design is pretty strange looking, and could be said to come from the Citroen 2CV van. This is the passenger carrier version of the Peugeot Partner and Citroen Berlingo respectively. These vehicles are comfortable, spacious and a good ride. They are also practical and reliable but lack refinement and performance. Does this sound like your experience of this vehicle?

Partner Combi History

The first generation (1996-2008) was introduced in 1996 and was based on the Peugeot 306/Citroen ZX. The Citroen Berlingo is the same vehicle marketed under the Citroen Name. These are the people carrying, LAV versions of the Partner and Berlingo vans. They have an unusual styling which has an aerodynamic front end with a box like rear. A facelifted version was released in 2002 with a bit less severe styling. The second generation (2008-present) was a joint venture with Fiat, and their version is known as the Fiat Fiorino. This vehicle is built on the PSA Platform 2, which is the same as the Citroen C4. This means that it is larger and more expensive than its predecessor. This is the current version in production.

Model Types

Standard trim Quiksilver Escapade Totem

Fuel Economy

The Peugeot Partner Combi is available in 1.4, 1.6 or 1.8L petrol and 1.6, 1.9 or 2.0L diesel engines. The 1.6L diesel is the most economical engine, offering around 53mpg which is not to bad. Which engine do you have and how does it perform economically? The age, fuel type and engine size are determining factors when considering fuel economy.


The Peugeot Partner Combi is available in 5-speed manual gearbox. How do you rate the performance of the gearbox on your Combi? Have a look at our Peugeot gearbox page to find your Partner Combi gearbox parts.


We can help you find the right parts for your Peugeot Partner Combi at the right prices. Breakeryard has a vast network of UK Breakers with parts for all makes and models at incredibly low prices. Either take a look at our Partner Combi parts page or enter your vehicle details in our part finder to locate the exact parts you need for your vehicle.