Which used Peugeot Rifter estate should I buy?
The 1.2-litre petrol engine is more than capable of dealing with a car load of people and their luggage; it’s just that there aren’t that many of them around at the moment on the used market. There are, however, a lot more diesel powered Rifters available, and as long as you avoid the least powerful 74bhp version, both the 99bhp and 128bhp alternatives are flexible enough, with the higher-powered version being the better of the two if you’re regularly driving around a full complement of passengers.
Allure examples are the ones to go for because it looks much smarter than entry-level Active models, and GT Line is fine if you can get one for the same money as an Allure, but doesn’t get you any more useful equipment over the mid-range model.
Our favourite Peugeot Rifter: 1.5 BlueHDi 130 Allure
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