For The Peugeot Partner Tepee is as spacious and practical as medium-sized cars come. It’s also surprisingly fun to drive, the engines are smooth and it feels solidly built.
Against Some versions are costly, and you’ll have to spend extra on desirable comfort and safety kit. It doesn’t deal too well with potholes and the cabin plastics are hard.
A versatile five-seater that's attractively priced and gives you as much as you're ever likely to need. The Peugeot Partner Tepeeeasy to live with, but it's a shame it looks like a van.
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The Peugeot Partner Tepee is about as spacious and practical as budget MPVs come, with removable rear seats, a large boot opening with a low loading edge, dozens of storage spaces and big sliding doors to make it a great family holdall.
Despite its ungainly proportions, it's surprisingly fun to drive, too, probably because it's based on the 308's platform. It does lean an awful lot in the corners though. Avoid the sluggish 1.6 petrol and instead go for the mid-power diesel engine, which is best suited to the car and balances performance well with fuel economy.
The interior focuses on practicality (with many family-oriented items) rather than luxury, but the finish is perfectly acceptable and everything feels sturdy. Equipment levels are low, though, especially on the entry-level Urban models, and raising the Tepee to your desired level of specification may well become an expensive exercise.
Having owned several Toyotas, the Peugeot Partner came as a big dissappointment. Poor reliability and generally slap happy production…
I thought I would tell you my own opinion about the partner teepee, it's brilliant. The quality and look of the car is a huge improvement over the…
The Partner Tepee is comfortable and competent and powered by the HDi 90 diesel engine which balances grunt and fuel economy it makes for a very worthy MPV consideration.