Interior layout

Peugeot Partner Tepee review

Peugeot Partner Tepee
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11 Apr 2018 09:02 | Last updated: 21 Aug 2018 14:26

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Interior layout

The interior layout, fit and finish

If the boxy exterior doesn’t give the Partner Tepee’s commercial roots away, the dashboard certainly will. Apart from some pads on the door-mounted armrests to cushion your elbow, the dash and doors are a sea of hard, scratchy plastics.

The upshot is that it’s likely to be hard-wearing and should fend off all but the most violent attacks by children, pets or unsecured flatpack furniture. It’s a similar story with the buttons and switches; they may not be the nicest things to look at or operate, but they should be able to withstand the most robust of fingers.

Still, all Partner Tepees get a height and reach-adjustable steering wheel, plus a height-adjustable driver’s seat to help people of most shapes and sizes get comfortable. Visibility is excellent, thanks to the high seating position, huge windows and boxy dimensions. Top-spec Outdoor models get front and rear parking sensors as standard, with a reversing camera a well-priced option. All these features are optional on entry-level Active trim.

In terms of infotainment, Active cars get Bluetooth, a USB socket, a radio and even a CD player. A 7.0in touchscreen and a DAB radio are optional on Active but standard on Outdoor models. The touchscreen is fairly easy to navigate, although some of the icons are small and the system can be a bit sluggish to respond. If you want sat-nav, it’s a reasonably priced option, but only on Outdoor trim.

 

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