The 2025 Peugeot Partner will arrive in Australian showrooms later this month with tech upgrades and higher prices.

    The facelifted small van was revealed late last year.

    One notable change is the axing of the entry-level Peugeot Partner City in Australia, which was the only variant available with a manual transmission.

    With this grade gone, the Pro Short now serves as the opener, priced from $39,990 before on-road costs – driving the price of entry into a new Partner by up by $7000.

    Across the Peugeot Partner range, prices are up by $2000 to $2500 compared to the pre-facelift model, with the flagship Premium Long now starting from $45,990 before on-road costs.

    There’s no word yet on the updated electric e-Partner, with pre-facelift examples recently receiving a limited-time price cut in Australia. 

    As a part of the update, the Peugeot Partner gets a host of technology upgrades, which includes 10.0-inch digital instrument cluster and infotainment touchscreen displays, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, two USB sockets, paddle shifters and, on Premium variants, LED headlights.

    Peugeot has also enhanced its safety suite, with blind-spot monitoring, front parking sensors, a surround-view camera, digital rear-view mirror, auto high-beam and rain-sensing wipers joining the array of existing features.

    Australian deliveries of the 2025 Peugeot Partner are due to begin in late June 2024.


    2025 Peugeot Partner Pro Short$39,990 (+$2000)
    2025 Peugeot Partner Pro Long$42,990 (+$2000)
    2025 Peugeot Partner Premium Short$42,990 (+$2500)
    2025 Peugeot Partner Premium Long$45,990 (+$2500)


    There is just one engine and transmission combination available for the Peugeot Partner, with the van no longer offering the choice of a six-speed manual transmission.

    2025 Peugeot Partner
    Engine size1.2-litre turbocharged three-cylinder petrol
    TransmissionEight-speed automatic
    Drive typeFront-wheel drive


    Peugeot Australia is yet to confirm the 2025 Partner’s fuel consumption, though with an unchanged drivetrain it’s unlikely to have deviated from the 2024 model figures below.

    Fuel consumption5.9L/100km
    Fuel type95 octane premium unleaded
    Fuel tank capacity60L


    The Peugeot Partner’s footprint and internal sizes are unchanged from 2024 to 2025.

    Partner Short (SWB)Partner Long (LWB)
    Load volume3.3 cubic metres3.9 cubic metres
    Load length1817mm2167mm
    Load width1527mm1527mm
    Load height1243mm1243mm
    Payload capacity896kg998kg
    Braked towing capacity900kg950kg
    Unbraked towing capacity720kg740kg

    Servicing and Warranty

    The 2025 Peugeot Partner is backed by a five-year, 200,000km warranty (whichever comes first), with three-year coverage for paint defects and a 12-year corrosion warranty.

    Services are required at 15,000km or 12-month intervals, with the first five visits capped at a total price of $2630.

    Service intervalPrice
    15,000km/12 month$410
    30,000km/24 month$686
    45,000km/36 month$410
    60,000km/48 month$700
    75,000km/60 months$424

    Peugeot also offers three service packages, available in three-, four- and five-year intervals, saving owners $406, $656 and $730, respectively.

    Service packagePrice
    Three-year (45,000km)$1100
    Four-year (60,000km)$1550
    Five-year (75,000km)$1900


    The Peugeot Partner received a four-star ANCAP safety rating in 2019, based on testing conducted on the European Rifter people mover in 2018. This means its rating will soon be up for renewal, as scores expire after six years.

    It received scores of 90 per cent for adult occupant protection, 58 per cent for vulnerable road user protection and 74 per cent for its safety assist systems.

    2025 Peugeot Partners are equipped with the following safety technologies:

    • Six airbags
    • Autonomous emergency braking (AEB)
    • Blind-spot monitoring (NEW)
    • Lane-keep assist
    • Lane departure warning
    • Advanced driver attention alert
    • Speed limit recognition
    • Front (NEW) and rear parking sensors
    • Rain-sensing wipers
    • Auto high-beam headlights
    • Surround-view camera (NEW)

    Standard Equipment

    The Peugeot Partner Pro is fitted with:

    • 16-inch steel wheels
    • Automatic halogen headlights
    • Dual sliding side doors
    • 180-degree ‘barn door-style’ swinging rear doors
    • Cargo bay bulkhead
    • Flip-down table
    • Under-seat storage with hatch through to main cargo space
    • Climate control
    • 10.0-inch digital instrument cluster (NEW)
    • 10.0-inch infotainment touchscreen (NEW)
    • Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto (NEW)
    • 2 x USB sockets (NEW)
    • Centre console-mounted automatic gear selector (NEW)
    • Paddle shifters (NEW)
    • Electronic park brake
    • Two drive modes: Eco and Normal

     Premium variants gain:

    • 16-inch alloy wheels
    • LED headlights (NEW)
    • Leather-wrapped steering wheel
    • Body-coloured rear bumper, side mouldings, sliding door rails and side mirrors
    • Electronic folding side mirrors
    • Keyless entry with push-button start


    A choice of four paint finishes are available for the Peugeot Partner, with all bar the base Ice White carrying a $690 premium.

    • Ice White
    • Artense Grey
    • Nera Black
    • Kiama Blue (NEW)

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    Jordan Mulach

    Born and raised in Canberra, Jordan has worked as a full-time automotive journalist since 2021, being one of the most-published automotive news writers in Australia before joining CarExpert in 2024.

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