Used Peugeot e-Partner Vans

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Peugeot e-Partner  2022, 4300 miles, £16990 +19
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2022

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 4,300

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Peugeot e-Partner  2021, 8268 miles, £21480 +24

2021

Automatic

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Mileage: 8,268

Electric

Peugeot e-Partner  2019, 11000 miles, £7495 +19
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2019

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Mileage: 11,000

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Why buy a used Peugeot e-Partner van with Exchange and Mart?

Peugeot is a brand with plenty of track record when it comes to EV propulsion, with an electric history going all the way back to the VLV model of 1941, several hundred of which found their way onto the streets of Paris. And in the modern era, the company was producing mainstream EVs long before brands like Renault and Nissan supposedly pioneered them. Over 3,500 battery-charged versions of the little 106 hatchback were sold between 1995 and 2003. It's taken the company some time to get into its stride with sales of EV vans though. We had to wait until 2021 (ten years after Renault bought us its first full-battery LCV) for electric versions of the marque's three mainstream LCVs to appear. Including this model, the e-Partner, which shares its design and drivetrain with three other Stellantis Group models (the Citroen e-Berlingo, the Vauxhall Combo Electric and the Fiat E-Doblo) and one Toyota commercial vehicle (the Proace City Electric). Unlike those close cousins though, this Peugeot is differentiated by more than just badges on the grille and steering wheel. As we're about to see.

About the Peugeot e-Partner van

Peugeot's unusual 'i-Cockpit' dashboard design takes on added importance here as it's the one thing that properly differentiates this e-Partner from its Citroen, Fiat, Vauxhall and Toyota design stablemates. If you like the different interior approach and find prices similar to those other models, then the e-Partner is an easy pick. Provided you also think it superior to the Renault Kangoo and Nissan Townstar shared EV van design that also competes in this segment. That alternative is a strong contender, but so also is this e-Partner. Peugeot is a decade behind its home market rival Renault in bringing a small EV van to market but this one gives that Kangoo E-Tech model line strong competition. The charging times, range figures and practicality stats all add up. Whether the premium for electric van ownership will for your company is of course another story. If it does, that this one deserves a place on your shopping list.