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Peugeot Bipper owner reviews

"The Peugeot Bipper Teepee MPV offers buyers more headroom and luggage space than the average supermini hatchback."

Carbuyer Rating

2.0 out of 5

Owners Rating

4.0 out of 5

100%of people would recommend this car to a friend.

Owner Rating

  • 1reviews
  • 1reviews

Common Problems

    Owner Review

    4 out of 5

    Version

    1-1.5 litre, Diesel, Manual

    Year of registration

    2011

    Average annual mileage

    More than 20,000

    Owned

    Less than a year

    Bought Car

    New

    Typical MPG

    35
    Review
    very reliable
    Running Cost

    4 out of 5

    cost effective

    Owner Review

    5 out of 5

    Version

    1.4 petrol manual

    Year of registration

    2010

    Average annual mileage

    0 – 4,999

    Owned

    3 - 5 years

    Bought Car

    Used

    Typical MPG

    45
    Review
    I have owned this from new (9,000 miles now!) and I absolutely love it with a passion! Fitted with privacy glass (total blackout) and Ford new Ka alloys (yes, really, a perfect fit) - it looks terrific. Rear seat slips out in seconds, leaving loads of room for my wife's wheelchair. Practical, useful, well equipped (and mine is the S) - it is a joy to drive. If it was automatic it would be perfect! I would willingly buy another, I love it with a passion!

    Owner Review

    3 out of 5

    Version

    1.3 diesel semi-auto Outdoor

    Year of registration

    2012

    Average annual mileage

    0 – 4,999

    Owned

    1 - 2 years

    Bought Car

    Used

    Typical MPG

    55
    Review
    Useful, spacious vehicle that is a practical alternative to MPVs merely aimed at urban lifestyles. The driver's seat is very comfortable and supportive with adjustable lumbar support as well as height. Steering wheel adjusts for reach and rake and the high driving position and huge windows gives a great view of the road. The dash is clearly laid out and easy to use, while the tough plastics may look basic but they take the daily knocks of family life. This is a car for busy families that spend a lot of time outdoors. My Bipper comes home full of mud, sand and pine needles from days spent at the beach or countryside and merely needs a quick brush out, no laborious hoovering. The roof rails take Kayaks, the boot will take two mountain bikes with rear seats tumbled. Also takes mobility scooter without having to dismantle it. Spec includes large lockable chilled glove box, glasses holder, stop-start fuel save function for city driving (can be turned off) efficient manual aircon, fog lights, rechargeable torch/light in boot, boot cover, ESC and ABS. Down side: the radio/CD is absolutely awful, think 1990s van. The semi-auto box and engine purrs along on motorways (70-80 mph seems to be my cars preferred speed!) but is lumpy when slow, frequently pulling out of junctions in second gear which takes ages. The handling is suprisingly good with the ESC switched on. My previous car was a current gen Fiesta, so I do not say that lightly. The 55pmg is mainly urban driving without using the start-stop function. The trip computer can measure fuel consumption in real time and I achieved 74mpg fully loaded with holiday luggage on A roads, averaging 50mph speeds.

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