Peugeot has announced the new Rifter, which replaces the Partner Tepee, will be priced from £19,650.
Based on the same platform as the Vauxhall Combo Life and Citroen Berlingo, the Rifter is the latest van-derived people carrier from Peugeot.
The all-new Rifter is available in Active, Allure and GT Line trim levels as either Standard Length (with five seats) or Long Length (with seven seats).
Unique to the Rifter is the Peugeot i-Cockpit, providing a compact steering wheel, head-up display and large eight-inch capacitive colour touchscreen.
Active trim includes Lane Keeping Assist, Speed limit recognition and recommendation and Active Safety Brake, air conditioning, electric and heated door mirrors, Bluetooth, DAB and aluminium roof bars. Prices start from £19,650 for the Short version and £21,570 for the Long version.
In Allure, the all-new Rifter adds electric rear windows, rear parking sensors, electric parking brake, tray tables at the back of the front seats, eight-inch capacitive colour touchscreen with smartphone connectivity and voice recognition, LED daytime running lights and 16-inch alloy wheels. Prices start from £20,920 (Short) and £22,620 (Long).
Range-topping GT Line, which starts from £22,570, adds extra connected services and comfort features. Peugeot Connect SOS and Assistance and Connected 3D Navigation is standard along with keyless entry, automatic dual zone climate control, power folding mirrors, a panoramic glass roof and 17-inch alloy wheels.
The engine line-up includes Peugeot’s 1.2-litre PureTech 110PS petrol engine with six-speed manual gearbox, as well as the 1.5-litre BlueHDi 130 PS diesel, with a six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic gearbox.