Peugeot Partner specifications by VIN numberChoose Peugeot Partner generation and engine modification
|Partner III Van Long (2019 - )||
1.5 BlueHDi (131 Hp) S&S
(2019 - )
1.5 BlueHDi (131 Hp) S&S Automatic (2019 - )
1.6 BlueHDi (99 Hp) S&S (2019 - )
|Partner II Tepee (Phase III, 2015) (2017 - 2018)||
22.5 kWh (67 Hp) Electric
(2017 - 2018)
|Partner I (Phase I) (1996 - 2002)||
1.4 (75 Hp)
(1996 - 2002)
1.9 D (70 Hp) (1997 - 2002)
Dangel 1.8 (90 Hp) 4x4 (1999 - 2000)
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