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Detail Popup – Peugeot Partner Van Dimensions & Specifications
Detail Popup – Peugeot Partner Van Dimensions & Specifications
January 7, 2020 Perth City Peugeot

Peugeot Partner Van Dimensions & Specifications

Cargo Space

The Peugeot Partner Van offers a strong cargo boot that allows for up to 1,200kg of weight for storage. Cargo doors open to 1.3m and allow a wide object to slide in comfortably. Inside, the area ranges from 1.2m width between wheel arches to 1.5m higher up, as well as 1.1m vertical space to use. Lengthwise there is over 2m of space making this cargo boot very easy for accommodating large objects. This is the same for both the standard and long variants. In total there are 3.9 cubic meters of space for use in daily life.

Cargo Space

Design framework

The Peugeot Partner Van is underpinned by the EMP2 platform which allows for accessories to be added if needed. These accessories can include a lane departure warning and safety equipment. Dimensions of the standard van variant are 4.4 meters in length, 1.88 m in height and the width is 2.1 meters wide including the windows. The long variant is a bit longer with the length being 4.7m, height is 1.9m and the width including windows is 1.8m. 

Design Framework

Comfort

Comfort is very important in the design of the Peugeot Partner Van, so a carpeted floor is present and a traditional 12V socket to allow other accessories to be plugged in was added. A computer comes present that acts as a radio and has abilities to multi-function. These functions include providing services like calling, searching and displaying safety messages like warnings for vehicle components and when to check.

Comfort

Front

A nice appearance is a necessity and that ideology is continued with the front of the vehicle. Sporting a grilled upright grilled radiator, lion emblem and “Peugeot” written on the front with pride. This shows that Peugeot has made sure that everything is up to their standard before placing their logo and finishing the touches. 

Front

Colours

Users are allowed to pick a different colour for the van as there are five options provided. Keeping it traditional is the Bianca White for the clean default design. Aluminium Grey as a colour is a softer tone on the eyes while still also allowing heat to bounce off on the warm days. Ardent Red is a fierce colour and makes the van stand out even more than the rest. Night Blue is the option if you want a more exotic Aluminium Grey but still want the benefits of reflecting heat and being softer on the eyes. Lastly there is Onyx Black which is always a cool colour and makes the van look slicker and more professional.

Colours

Lane Departure Warning

A feature that can be attached to the Peugeot Partner Van is the Lane Departure Warning (LDW) addon. This provides an indicator that starts when the van is outside of the lines which, great for when the driver is tired and needs to get to their location. This addon only works if the lines are a strong white on either side.

Lane Departure Warning