2023 Peugeot e-Partner price and specs: EV pre-orders open

Peugeot Australia has opened pre-orders for its electric van e-partner ahead of its mid-2023 arrival.

Priced starting at $59,990 before road costs, the e-Partner is over $20,000 more expensive than the long-wheelbase Partner City.

The e-Partner is powered by a single electric motor that generates 100 kW of power and 260 Nm of torque.

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This is paired with a 50kWh battery pack with a claimed range of 245km, according to WLTP testing.

The e-Partner is only available in a single variant with a long wheelbase and two-leaf wing doors at the rear. It has a loading volume of 3.9 cubic meters and a payload of 834 kg.

The Peugeot e-Partner is the first electric vehicle (EV) that the company’s local division plans to launch this year. The e-2008 is scheduled to arrive in the third quarter of 2023.

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The e-2008 and e-Partner are expected to be joined by the city-size e-208 hatchback before the end of the year, marking the first time the current generation 208 will be offered in any form on the Australian market.

“The third-generation Partner arrived in Australia in 2018 and has since proven that it meets a wide range of needs from local small and medium-sized businesses,” said Kate Gillis, Managing Director of Peugeot Australia.

“We believe the benefits of the all-electric e-Partner will resonate with Australian consumers who are looking for a high-performing and efficient workhorse.”


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  • 2023 Peugeot e-Partner Pro Long: $59,990

The prices are before road costs.


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The Peugeot e-Partner is powered by a single electric motor with an output of 100 kW and 260 Nm of torque. This is connected to a 50kWh battery pack


Peugeot claims the e-Partner has a WLTP range of 245 km.

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When connected to a 100kW DC charger, the e-Partner is said to charge from 0 to 80 percent in around 30 minutes. On the other hand, a three-phase 11 kW wallbox takes about 7.5 hours to charge from 0 to 100 percent.


The Peugeot e-Partner is only available in a single long-wheelbase variant. It has two rear barn doors.

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It is 4.75 meters long and has a loading volume of 3.9 cubic meters. It also has a payload of 834 kg and an unbraked towing capacity of 740 kg.

service and guarantee

The Peugeot e-Partner has a five-year/200,000 km guarantee and an eight-year/160,000 km guarantee on the high-voltage battery.

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There is also a 3-year paintwork warranty and a 12-year corrosion warranty.

Peugeot Australia does not yet have detailed service intervals or prices for the e-partner.


Gasoline versions of the Peugeot Partner have a four-star ANCAP safety rating based on Euro NCAP testing of the Rifter people mover. For the time being, the electric e-partner will not have an age rating.

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The Peugeot e-Partner 2023 is equipped with the following safety equipment as standard:

  • Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB)
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Speed ​​sign recognition
  • backup camera
  • Rear parking sensors

standard equipment

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The Peugeot e-Partner 2023 comes with the following standard features:

  • Double barn doors at rear
  • Two seats
  • Digital instrument cluster i-Cockpit
  • Touchscreen infotainment system
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • Curitiba gray fabric upholstery

Full specifications for the e-partner will be detailed shortly before its arrival.


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The Peugeot e-Partner is available in the following exterior paint colors:

  • ice white
  • Nera Black
  • platinum grey

All paint colors except Ice White cost an additional $690.

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