Peugeot’s Partner Van gets 5-seat Crew version for 2020

The new Peugeot Partner Crew Van is available to order now with prices starting from £21,140

Peugeot Partner Crew

Auto Express’ best small van of 2019 has just gained a new ‘Crew’ version, featuring additional seating and a sliding bulkhead. The new Peugeot Partner Crew Van can be ordered now from £21,140 (excluding VAT), although production won’t start until January 2020. 

The new Partner Crew Van gets a second row of three seats, allowing for seating for up to five people. With the rear seats up, the load space stands at 1.8 cubic metres and increases to 3.5 cubic metres with them down.

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A folding mesh bulkhead can be folded away for additional load-space. This creates a maximum load floor length of 3,050mm. The maximum payload for the Partner Crew Van is 850kg.

Equipment levels are based on the Long Professional model so air-conditioning, rear parking sensors, cruise control, Apple Car Play and Android Auto all coming in as standard. 

There are three different powertrains available for the Partner Crew Van: a petrol PureTech 110 with a five-speed manual and 109bhp, a diesel BlueHdi 100 with a five-speed manual and 99bhp, and a more powerful diesel BlueHdi with an eight-speed automatic and 128bhp. All engines are available with stop-start technology.

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