When it comes to Citroen and Peugeot, you can expect nothing less from both the Berlingo and the Partner. Both brands are known for their bold designs and consistently provide practical and satisfying performance. The new Berlingo and Partner were designed to help make your hectic workday just a bit easier, so you can focus less on driving and more on your work.
However, people always ask us, "Which one is better?" or "Which one is best for me?" and with both Citreon and Peugeots' extensive list of trims and options, it can often be challenging to answer. We are here to help you choose which is the best van to lease!
Let's break it down
Both Berlingo and Partner excel in the comfort department.
As you drive the Berlingo, you will notice how well designed it is. It offers the occupants extreme comfort and is an extraordinary vehicle. The interior is spacious and full of light, while you will find 92 litres of storage to help you stay organised throughout the day. In addition to wireless charging, 3D navigation, voice recognition, and Mirror Screen, the 8" touchscreen lets you experience the digital world through four different types of connectivity. Additionally, Citroen Connect Box with Emergency and Assistance comes standard on the Berlingo to provide added peace of mind.
Throughout the cabin of the Partner, storage compartments have been cleverly arranged and designed to be easily accessible. There are six lashing rings as standard, and by adding the Loading Pack option, you can add four more lashing rings at mid-height. Along with the rear swing panelled doors, the sliding door maximises accessibility with a maximum opening width of 1.20m. Moreover, the Partner comes with a Multiflex bench seat at the Professional specification level.
Citroen's iconic design has been incorporated into the Berlingo, which has a distinctive and enlarged front end, a defining feature of the brand's most recent Chevron models. Additionally, there are five vibrant colours to choose from, allowing you to add a little bit of your own personal style to the Berlingo.
The Partner has been designed to be an indispensable tool for mobility, with a unique character that sets it apart from any other van. There is a firm sense of confidence in the Peugeot Partner, which is also enhanced by a vertical grille and sculpted headlights. In addition, the Partner has a unique approach to design, where it features a horizontal bonnet, a high waistline line, a shortened overhang and a low frontal area to increase its attractiveness.
First up, the Peugeot Partner!
The Peugeot Partner comes in two trim variants and two fuel options. The standard trim is Professional Premium which comes with all standard equipment and comes in 5 different versions: 3 standard length vans, two of which are diesel and one which is an electric variant called the e-Partner. The two diesel vans are either manual or automatic. Then there are two long length vans, a manual diesel and an electric.
The second, more luxurious trim is the Asphalt Premium, which boasts additional equipment such as automatic windscreen wipers, 16" Taranaki alloy wheels and front & rear parking sensors, amongst other features. The Asphalt Premium comes in 3 versions, all standard length, manual diesel, automatic diesel and electric.
The standard load length is 1817 mm, and the long load length is 2167 mm, with a load space of 3.3 m3 and 3.8 m3, respectively.
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Now for the Citreon Berlingo!
Berlingo vans can be customised according to your requirements. There are two standard sizes measuring 4.4 meters and an extended XL version measuring 4.75 meters. Both of these sizes are available in two possible trim levels, the Worker Pro and the Driver Pro.
Worker Pro is designed for professionals moving equipment and employees on a wide range of job sites. Among its features are the Extenso Cabin with three seats in the front, a mobile office, and long object loading for enhanced versatility. A Grip Control system with Hill Assist Descent, an increased ground clearance (+30 mm), and large mud and snow tyres (690 mm) contribute to enhanced grip. There is an increased payload of 1000 kg, extra lighting, and mid-height lashing rings for convenience.
The Driver Pro trim is designed especially for companies and their employees who have to drive long distances or make a lot of deliveries in cities. Therefore, this car places more emphasis on comfort and ease of driving and comes with a number of built-in safety features, as well as Surround Rear Vision as well as an 8-inch touchscreen that is connected to a radio.
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As far as we're concerned, both the Berlingo and Partner would be excellent choices as both are exceptionally reliable and provide superb value. In addition, each of these vans features a variety of driver assistance systems and offers outstanding performance.
The Berlingo certainly stands out with a unique design and high passenger comfort. Meanwhile, the Partner stands out with its spacious interior and practical features. The Berlingo and the Partner offer plenty of options to tailor your van to your needs, so either would be an outstanding professional counterpart.