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The facelifted version of the Peugeot Partner has been revealed as this will be making its premiere at the Algiers Motor Show and it will be offered for sale over the next few months.

The newest addition to the Peugeot range is the Partner facelift. The model in question has been officially unveiled and it will be making its public debut at the Algiers Motor Show, being offered for sale a few months later. The vehicle has received a different front fascia with restyled headlights, a modified front bumper, LED daytime running lights and a new front grille. Two fresh new exterior finishes, the Moka Grey and the Artense Grey, are also available, along with the 16-inch Managua alloy wheels with 8 spokes.

The 2016 Peugeot Partner has also received the Onega Grey theme in the cabin, along with the Cadaska Roux seat trim and the Cadaska Roux, available for the Partner Outdoor. Some of the goodies found on it include the AUX, USB, Bluetooth, voice recognition, navigation system, front parking sensors, rearview camera, MirrorLink, Grip Control and so on. Under its hood we will find one of the seven VTi and Blue HDi diesel units, with 75 HP (55 kW) and 120 HP (88 kW). The company says that these can be had with 5-speed manual 6-speed manual and ETG5 transmissions and their fuel consumption and CO2 emissions have been improved by 15 percent. The Partner Electric is also available, with its 170 km (105 miles) range from the electric motor with 67 HP (49 kW).