The panel van is Peugeot's best-selling light commercial van. Consistent sales results prove that this van is the best choice for the fleet due to its reliability and reliability. Here you can see the new Peugeot boxer van.
This new model is available with 4 power generation options which come in 4 different models (330, 350, 290, and 250). Except for the 290 models which were limited to a 110 horsepower petrol engine. The other 3 models offer diesel and petrol engines.
The panel van model is a popular utility vehicle in the UK due to the wide variety of options that allow customers to choose from a wide variety of options for configuring the wheelbase. On the new Peugeot Boxer Van, the cabin has an interior and fixtures to match those offered by most of its competitors.
It has adjustable seats with armrests for the driver and front passenger, central locking, standard electric windows, rearview mirror on the door, forged with Defogger, radio with CD player. The latest model offers several enhancements to the Peugeot that you may not immediately notice. The electrical system has been redesigned to accommodate additional electrical systems. All these functions are available in all models except minibusses starting with level 250.
Peugeot expects buyers to prefer common rail diesel engines, and they have offered several engine volumes as well. These include the massive 2.0, 2.2, and 2.8-liter engines producing 127 hp. at 3,600 rpm / minimum. The breakthrough common rail diesel engine ensures lower fuel consumption and more environmentally friendly emissions. All net power is transmitted via a 5-speed manual transmission.
Another improvement is the gearshift lever, which is now on the dashboard. It doesn't improve performance, but gives you easier access, especially when cleaning, and more floor space for that extra storage space. Better noise levels in the interior are also noticeable. This is due to the built-in insulation to enhance noise-reducing properties and reduce body vibrations. The rear and front frames are low enough for easy access to the cargo area. All of this makes the van panels a very powerful car.