Low running costs, sliding side doors for simple access, usefully large boot, easy to drive and park, economical engines
Boxy shape, bumpy ride, plain and basic cabin, struggles to hide its van origins
The Bipper Tepee is a small yet practical runabout that's based on the Bipper van - something that's evident in its boxy looks and rather sparse cabin. It may not look very dynamic, but the square shape means plenty of interior space and a large boot. The rear bench seat can fold down plus it's removable allowing you to boost the carrying ability to van-like proportions.
On the road it's easy to drive and happy at motorway speeds, while the compact size makes it a doddle to squeeze into small parking spots. Then there's the sliding side doors - a great family-friendly feature that make getting in and out of the back straightforward. The Bipper Tepee is far from the last word in sophistication and refinement, but what it lacks in those areas, it makes up for in value for money, economical engines and low running costs.
What owners say about this car
£60 to fill up diesel tank and then I just forget about it for weeks. Averages 50mpg in heavily... Read owner review