What's the used Peugeot Partner Combi estate like?
The Peugeot Partner Combi is very like the Citroen Berlingo - that's because they are essentially the same car.
Both share the same 'van with windows' look, and offer an astonishing 624 litres of space in the boot, as well as room for five passengers. Both also offer a drive which is surprisingly unlike a van's - sure-footed with comfortably supple suspension.
The high sides mean it kicks up wind noise and leans a lot in corners, but you don't buy one of these to tear up the racetracks.
We'd avoid the 1.9 diesel, which is really noisy, but the other engines aren't too bad unless you work them very hard.
The upright seating position will suit some, and visibility is excellent, but it's not ideal for long journeys. Sliding doors mean access to the rear is simple, and it's reasonably comfortable for three in the back. Where the Combi shines is on the way to the tip or on holidays, thanks to the enormous loadbay.