It may not have the class of more mainstream MPVs, but the Peugeot Rifter offers class-leading space, and is surprisingly good to drive.get the best price
Trim: GT Line
Top-spec GT Line adds mildly sporty cosmetic touches here and there, along with bigger 17in alloys, sat-nav and dual-zone climate control. We'd still stick with Allure, though.
Engine: 1.5 BlueHDi 100
This engine feels livelier than the weaker 74bhp diesel and doesn't require you to make as many gearchanges, but we'd still choose the more powerful petrol or diesel instead.
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