Peugeot Partner (incl. Tepee) Oil Type

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Peugeot Partner (incl. Tepee)

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You can find 43 different trims for the Peugeot Partner (incl. Tepee) and their corresponding recommended oil type.

The years available stretch from 1996 through to 2018 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.

The Partner first made its debut in 1996 under the PSA Group. Since that time, there have been two generations to be released. The second and final generation under this nameplate arrived in 2008.

It has gone under a number of names over the years depending on the body style. The people carrier and van versions have been called the Partner Combi and Tepee respectively. There are also the smaller and larger variants called the Bipper and Expert.

It was then renamed to the Rifter with the release of the third generation in 2018.

Like some other models in the PSA Group, it has a rebadged and restyled sibling from Citroen, called the Berlingo.

Competition for the various models have typically remained constant and come from the likes of the Volkswagen Caddy and Opel Combo.

Peugeot has offered the latest version of the model in four trim levels.These options consist of the S, Grip, Professional, and Asphalt.

The S and Grip versions are geared to focus on fleet operation and construction work respectively, while the Professional and Asphalt versions are similar to trim levels found with private use.

Powertrains were relatively limited for the last version of the Partner before its name change. Peugeot offered just a single 1.6 L inline-4 in either diesel or petrol. These were then expanded in the third generation.

The engines were mated exclusively with a 5-speed manual gearbox.

Peugeot also released a fully-electric version for the newer model in the van range. This is the e-Rifter, which was released in 2021.