What Car? says...
To many, the Peugeot Partner is the same as the Citroën Berlingo and the Vauxhall Combo Cargo. They’re built in the same factory in Spain and are broadly similar in their specification, if not their looks. However, in any joint venture such as this, there is always a more dominant partner, one that gets its way a little more than the others or has a few more special features. The Peugeot Partner is definitely that van among this trio.
All three vans get the same engine options, with either a 1.2-litre Puretech petrol or 1.5-litre BlueHDi Euro 6 diesel engine, and each has its own front end styling. However, it’s only the Citroën and the Vauxhall that share an interior. That’s because the Peugeot Partner has its very own i-Cockpit, a design adapted from Peugeot's passenger cars and one that sets the Partner apart from its siblings.