Which used Peugeot Partner Combi estate should I buy?
The Combi range has used a variety of engines during its history, culminating in 2006 in a sole option, a 1.6 HDi. which replaced the 2.0-litre turbodiesel used previously.
When it was launched, the car was available with either a 75bhp 1.4-litre petrol or a 70bhp 1.9-litre diesel. A 1.6 Escapade model was introduced when the car had a minor face-lift in early 2003. This has raised suspension, foglights and a skid plate to protect the engine, but it's no off-roader.
As far as we're concerned, the best are the 2.0-litre diesel or the 1.4-litre petrol, which is almost as economic as the 1.9 diesel, but much quieter and quicker.
Remote central locking is standard on every model, as is a driver's airbag and a radio cassette player. Revised models got electric front windows, a single CD player and a passenger airbag.
Quicksilver models were discontinued in 2002, but include fixed glass roof panels, rear roof air vents, aeroplane-style overhead lockers and metallic paint.
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