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Peugeot E-Partner 2023: EV van price and specification


Peugeot’s first electric vehicle in Australia is an electric van, starting from $59,990 before on-road costs 

Peugeot’s E-Partner electric van has gone on sale as the French brand’s first EV for Australia.

Priced from $59,990 before on-road costs, the E-Partner is the electric version of Peugeot’s existing Partner van, and launches as a sole variant called the E-Partner Pro Long Auto. 

Powered by a single electric motor producing 100kW/260Nm, the E-Partner runs off a 50kWh battery pack giving an all-electric range of just 258km (WLTP). 

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The Peugeot E-Partner is now on sale in Australia from $59,990 before on-road costs

The E-Partner might be the first electric Peugeot to hit our shores, but the first electric van to come to market was its Renault Kangoo rival. 

Peugeot’s larger E-Expert van has also been confirmed for Australia, with the medium-sized van set to arrive in 2024 to join the combustion Expert lineup. 

What should you know about the E-Partner if you want an electric work van?

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A look inside the interior of the Peugeot E-Partner van

The E-Partner has the same load space as its combustion-powered equivalent, measuring in to 3.9 cubic metres. Like most EVs, its battery is housed under the floor, so it doesn’t impede on the load area. 

The E-Partner’s payload is 753kg, with the load area featuring six tie down rings for securing items. 

Three drive modes are standard on Peugeot’s electric van, including Eco (60kW/190Nm), Normal (80kW/210Nm) and Power (100kW/260Nm), the last of which is designed for pulling a hefty load. 

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Dual sliding doors and rear barn doors are standard

Standard equipment for the E-Partner includes:

  • Peugeot I-Cockpit instrument cluster 
  • 8.0-inch centre touchscreen
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality 
  • Four speaker sound system
  • DAB radio
  • Multi-function leather steering wheel
  • Reversing camera and parking sensors
  • Dual sliding side doors
  • Two cupholders
  • 12-volt socket 
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Standard safety features include AEB and active lane-keep assist

Standard safety equipment includes:

  • Driver and front passenger front, side and curtain airbags
  • AEB
  • Active lane keep assist
  • Lane departure warning 
  • Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System (AVAS)
  • Automatic headlights 
  • Speed limit recognition

The E-Partner van has a five year/200,000km warranty, along with an eight year/160,000km battery warranty.

2023 Peugeot E-Partner centre touchscreen charge
The 8.0-inch screen provides all important infotainment and charging info

Servicing for the electric van costs $1703 over a period of five years, but optional service packs cost $600 for three years, or $1000 for five years.  

Peugeot Partner 2023: prices in Australia

All prices listed are before on-road costs.

  • City short: $30,041
  • Pro short: $35,606
  • Pro long: $38,388
  • Premium short: $38,096
  • Premium long: $40,878
  • E-Partner Pro Long: $59,990 (NEW)