Peugeot Partner Electric review

Passenger & boot space

Peugeot Partner Electric instruments
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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

The smaller L1 model is capable of transporting lengths of up to 1800mm, while the larger L2 can take 2050mm.

Those figures increase by 1200mm when using the Multi-Flex seat, which allows the front passenger seat to fold forwards and flat and the mesh bulkhead to pivot to the side. That increases the load volume of the van by 0.4m3 over the standard L1 maximum of 3.3m3 and L2 maximum of 3.7m3.

Maximum width across the Partner Electric is 1620mm, while there's only one option for the roof height, allowing for 1250mm of storage space.

Payloads are 636kg for the smaller van and 552kg for the larger van. The Partner Electric is bettered by the e-NV200 for payload (752kg) and volume (4.2m3) but roughly on a par with the storage of the standard Kangoo ZE (3m3 load volume and 640kg payload).

A 12-volt charging point and six load-lashing hooks are standard in the rear of the Peugeot, as are two side loading doors and twin rear doors.