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Mileage: 3,001
Trans: Automatic
Body: Estate
Year: 14/64
Colour: Grey
Fuel Type: Diesel


Key Features

Reference Number: 002-500930

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"VERY LOW MILEAGE! Automatic Small Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle with double front passenger seat, 1 O/S rear seat, winch, ramp. Includes a full service history, alloy wheels, cruise control and A/C"

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Body Glass
Tinted glass
Front intermittent wipers
Electric front windows + one touch + anti-pinch
Sliding windows in sliding doors
Heated rear windows with wash wipe
Driver Aids
Variable PAS
Driver Convenience
Remote headlamp adjustment from fascia
Driver Information
Rev counter
Lights on warning
Service interval indicator
Water temperature gauge
Oil level indicator
Battery charge warning light
Trip computer
Driving Mirrors
Electric folding and heated door mirrors
Diesel particulate filter
6 speakers (4 speakers/2 tweeters)
Steering wheel mounted remote controls
RD4 stereo radio/CD player
Exterior Body Features
Twin sliding side doors
Roof mounted aerial
Exterior Lights
Front fog lights
Air conditioning
4 speed heater fan
Air recirculation system
Interior Features
Height/reach adjustable steering column
12V power point front/rear
Front/rear assist grips with coat hook
Illuminated glovebox with lock
Air conditioned glove box
Front door pockets with bottle holders
12V power point for Row 3
Dashboard storage
Child observation mirror
Driver/passenger overhead storage
Jocaste velour upholstery
Interior Lights
Rear courtesy lights
Front courtesy lights
Front and rear map reading lights
Driver airbag
Rear door child safety locks
Fuel cut off safety device
Collapsible steering column
Driver's seatbelt undone warning light
3 point seatbelts on all seats
Passenger airbag deactivate switch
Door open warning
Automatic unlocking of doors in case of impact
Passenger seatbelt warning indicator
Height adjustable outer front and rear seatbelts with pretensioners/load limiters
Tyre pressure sensor
Height adjustable driver's seat
Height adjustable front/rear head restraints
Isofix on 2nd row outer seats
Driver's seat armrest and lumbar support
Row 2 fold and tilt dual bench + single seat (all removable)
Locking fuel filler cap
Rolling code transponder immobiliser
Automatic door locking
Remote control central locking with plip key
Central locking button on dash
Vanity Mirrors
Driver/passenger sunvisors with ticket holders + vanity mirrors
Wheels - Spare
Full size spare wheel

The specification listed for this vehicle was standard when purchased new. The actual specification may vary, for confirmation, please contact our sales department.


Ten Second Review

It might be named after a tent but Peugeot's improved Euro5-compatible Expert Tepee is light, airy and seriously spacious. If anything, its commercial vehicle roots serve as a strength, the voluminous interior, tough build and uncomplicated design proving ideal for family buyers who'll happily shoulder the slight ride and refinement issues.


Peugeot's improved, sleeker-looking Euro5 Expert Tepee might be a van with extra seats but could its robust practicality be preferable for some families over the niceties of a purpose-built MPV? If your family life feels more like hard graft than domestic bliss, this converted commercial vehicle has all the attributes to ease the burden. Letting on that its latest large MPV is based on a commercial vehicle was once a sure fire way for any manufacturer to hole the product below the water line before anyone had even ventured aboard. The perception being that vans were second class citizens in the automotive world and no amount of seats or windows was going to turn one into a passable family runabout. Such views were not without merit but modern vans, of which Peugeot's Expert is one, have progressed beyond the iron maiden ergonomics and Ozzy Osbourne refinement that characterised their forbears. Peugeot certainly deems the Tepee worthy of a place alongside its passenger-carrying models.

Driving Experience

Citroen's offers a pair of its HDi diesel engines with the Expert Tepee and both are well-suited to the role. The 1.6-litre 90bhp offering has its work cut out on paper but 180Nm of torque helps and owners will be rewarded for their patience as it plods up steep inclines with low running costs. The more expensive 120bhp 2.0-litre unit has 300Nm to play with and is the one buyers planning on venturing beyond the school run and the supermarket should try and stretch to. Space is all important for any MPV but the bigger these vehicles get, the more important it is for them not to feel bulky to drive. The Expert Tepee manages this feat well with a surprisingly, low and car-like driving position that gradually massages away the realisation that you're at the wheel of a five-metre long minibus. The Tepee uses independent suspension at the front but the rear retains the torsion beam that the van version needs to carry its weightier loads. The result is a ride that's on the firm side and can be jarring on poor surfaces. It's acceptably smooth on good roads, however, and gives a good degree of composure in corners that, once again, belies the vehicle's prodigious size. A product of the Expert Tepee's low driving position, large dashboard and comparatively long front overhang is that it can be difficult to gauge where the nose of the car actually is when parking or squeezing into small gaps in traffic. The steering is on the light side but this is a welcome quality when running the gauntlet of the town centre at rush hour and isn't too off-putting on the open road.

Design and Build

Sharply angled windscreen and beefy frontal treatment notwithstanding, the Expert Tepee isn't what you could term pretty but then, how many large MPVs are? Who really cares anyway, when the Tepee's boxy shape yields an interior of supreme spaciousness - especially if you opt for the long wheelbase model. Every one of the seats is a proper adult-sized affair and can be folded down or removed completely, so it's perfectly possible to undo Peugeot's best efforts and turn the Tepee back into an Expert van again. The seats don't swivel or fold flat to the floor in the manner of those in some big people carriers but the raw space of the Tepee means it lacks little in terms of versatility. The long wheelbase model's ability to carry nine people and over 1,200 litres of luggage really is an eye-opener for those with super-sized families or companies that had been resigned to running a full-sized minibus. Access to the rear seating is via twin sliding side doors with the outside seats in the middle row sliding and tilting to let passengers get at the third row. The Expert Tepee's commercial vehicle origins are reflected in the tough plastics and hard wearing materials employed but it all means that this vehicle is one tough cookie with no trace of gimmicky design features or flimsy detailing. What you see is what you get. Storage runs to a lockable glovebox and overhead compartments plus front door pockets that could be wider and very handy bins in on the sides of the rear seats that will each take a half litre drinks bottle.

Market and Model

The model range is a straightforward affair. Pick one of the two engines, one of the two wheelbase options and one of the two trim levels. The L1 short wheelbase Expert Tepee is still a prodigious 4,805mm from nose to tail with the long wheelbase L2 derivative measuring in at 5,135mm. The Comfort trim level forms the entry point and is fairly stingy by passenger car standards. ABS with EBA and a driver's airbag are included along with a CD stereo and electric front windows but it's hardly the Ritz. Leisure trim is more like it with body-coloured bumpers and mirrors, air-conditioning, passenger and side airbags, electric folding door mirrors and a heated rear screen, although the third row of seats is optional here. The Tepee offers good, solid three-star accommodation and it seems churlish to grumble when the Leisure with the HDi 120 diesel engine comes in at that asking price.. An interesting option is the pneumatic rear suspension that lets you lower the vehicle's height to 1,894mm thus allowing access to many height-restricted car parks. Buyers can also specify part-glazed five or six-seater models with a panelled over luggage bay for extra security.

Tinted glass, ABS+EBA, Variable PAS, Remote headlamp adjustment from fascia, Clock, Electric folding and heated door mirrors, Diesel particulate filter, 6 speakers (4 speakers/2 tweeters), Twin sliding side doors...


0 to 60 mph (secs)
0 to 62 mph (secs)12
Engine Power - BHP163
Engine Power - KW120
Engine Power - PS
Engine Power - RPM3750
Engine Torque - LBS.FT251
Engine Torque - MKG35
Engine Torque - NM340
Engine Torque - RPM2000
Top Speed106

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Green Stats
Emissions - ICE
CO2 (g/km)199 (g/km)
Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 5
Fuel Consumption - ICE
EC Combined (mpg)37.1
EC Directive 1999/100/EC Applies
EC Extra Urban (mpg)41.5
EC Urban (mpg)31.3

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