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Peugeot E-Partner payload

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What is the Peugeot E-Partner payload and how much weight can the E-Partner van carry?

That’s the burning question you are here looking for the answer to, so you’ve come to the right place to get your answers on van payloads.

Take a look at our Peugeot E-Partner payload guide to find out what is the payload for the electric Partner van.

How much weight can a short-wheelbase Peugeot E-Partner van carry?

The load weight of the Peugeot E-Partner is up to 780kg. That’s for the L1 size van which is the smallest version of the E-Partner electric van. This is the payload allowance minus a driver.

The E-Partner has a 50kWh battery which eats quite heavily into the payload of the electric van compared to the Peugeot Partner payload capacity. The best performing diesel van can transport up to 200kg more payload than their E-Partner.

How much weight can a long-wheelbase Peugeot E-Partner van carry?

Due to the additional weight of the larger body, a long-wheelbase E-Partner’s payload is slightly less than the smaller version. The long-wheelbase L2 version of the Peugeot E-Partner has a payload of up to 753kg. This is the payload allowance minus a driver.

How heavy is the E-Partner?

Because of its electric batteries, the E-Partner is quite heavy with a kerb weight of 1665kg for the lightest van – which also happens to be the entry-level model.

If you opt for a higher trim level that will increase the kerb weight and possibly reduce the payload – although that depends on the plated weight of the van (more on that in a minute).

The higher trim level has an increased kerb weight of 1682kg.

Increasing the size of the van – specifying it as a long-wheelbase L2 model – also adds to the kerb weight. The larger entry-level van is 1707kg, while the top trim level model is 1724kg.

What are the front axle weights?

The front axle of the Peugeot E-Partner is capable of taking 1200kg. This is the maximum plated weight for the front axle on all models.

What are the rear axle weights?

The rear axle of the Peugeot E-Partner is capable of taking 1400kg. This is the maximum plated weight for the rear axle on all models.

What is the Peugeot E-Partner towing capacity?

Not all electric vans are capable of towing, but the E-Partner is. The towing capacity for the E-Partner is 750kg for an unbraked trailer, and also 750kg for a braked trailer.

What is the Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) of the Peugeot E-Partner?

The gross vehicle weight is the total of the kerbweight plus the payload. It's the figure at which the manufacturer has decided is the safe maximum weight for the vehicle to operate at.

In order to ensure that the larger (and heavier) Peugeot E-Partner vans aren't disadvantaged and end up with a smaller payload, Peugeot has increased the GVW of some of its vans. The specific GVM varies according to the trim level and the body size, but the E-Partner has a range from 2,390kg to 2,410kg.

What else do I need to know about payloads?

When carrying a significant amount of weight in your van is to very important that you remain on the right side of the law. While we hope our guide is useful and can give you a good indication of how much weight your E-Partner van can carry the best way to find out how much payload your van has is to check the vehicle plate.

This is a small metal plate (or more commonly now a sticker) usually found on the inside of the driver or passenger side door that lists the GVW, payload and front and rear axle weights. On some occasions you can find it under the bonnet. Our advice... always check the plate.

If you want to know more about read our Peugeot E-Partner review or our Peugeot E-Partner dimensions guide.

Not sure the Peugeot E-Partner payload is write for you? Then check out these links to other similar models:

What is the payload of a Peugeot e-Partner van?

The maximum payload of an e-Partner is between 753kg and 780kg, depending on the trim and vehicle size.

Updated: March 17, 2024
Written by: thevanreviewer

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