Today I'm reviewing the Peugeot Boxer at the professional trim level. This trim means a lot more comfort in the cabin to go with all of that power under the bonnet. The...
The Peugeot Boxer is best known for its lengthy loading bay & low running costs. This large van is also loaded with practical features in the cabin that make it perfect for use as a mobile office as well as a tradesman's favourite. From a clipboard to cubbies, this van puts your needs first.
Peugeot Boxer Specifications and Dimensions
Pick the Peugeot Boxer & you’ll be spoilt for choice - there’s 3 body styles, 3 lengths, 3 heights & 3 wheelbases to choose from.
Let’s start with your choice of body styles…
Panel Van - A firm favourite when it comes to business. It’s no wonder all types of tradespeople favour this style - it’s got the highest payload & loading volume from its body range. In its top form, the panel van will give you a 1570kg payload & a 17m3 loading volume.
Crew Van - Will come in handy if you’re the designated driver to & from work, but still need a decent amount of loading space. This body style will give you an extra row of seating for 3 more passengers & 2 extra window panels that align with the seating. You’ll also get an impressive payload of 1390kg proving that this van is still the ultimate workhorse.
Window Van - Transforms the Peugeot Boxer into a 17-seater people carrier. This body style is solely for transportation purposes only. The window van is your ideal choice if you work in the public transport industry.
Now you might be wondering what lengths & heights each body style has to offer…
L1H1, L2H1, L2H2, L3H2, L3H3, L4H2, L4H2, L4H3
You’ll also get a choice of 3 wheelbases:
3m (L1H1 model)
3.45m (L2H1, L2H2)
4.03 (L3H2, L3H3, L4H2, L4H3)
Peugeot Boxer Interior & Trim
There’s plenty of choice when it comes to furnishing the interior in the Peugeot Boxer.
Depending on what body style you pick, there’s 4 trim levels available. Asphalt & Grip are the higher tier trims while the Standard & Professional trims offer more basic features.
Features across the Asphalt & Grip trims include:
Rear parking sensors & camera
Cruise control with speed limiter
Hill descent assist & more.
Features across the Standard & Professional trims include:
Rear parking sensors
Adjustable drivers seat & more.
All features from Standard & Professional will be automatically included when you pick the Asphalt or Grip trims.
Peugeot Boxer Fuel Economy And Emissions
The Peugeot Boxer packs a powerful, yet economical set of diesel engine outputs.
The 2.2-litre, BlueHDi, 120bhp engine is available if you opt for a L1H1 panel van or window van model. While this engine is powerful, it’s ranked higher for its impressive engine economy. This engine delivers the highest mpg & lowest co2 emissions from its range of outputs - 26.6-34.9 mpg (combined) & 154-155g/km in co2 emissions.
If you’re looking for more engine power, choose the 2.2-litre BlueHDI 140bhp. This output is ideal for transporting heavier loads due to its increased horsepower, but it still proves to be efficient when it comes to fuel economy & emissions. You’ll get a combined mpg of 25.5-34.3 & co2 emissions ranging from 153-186g/km. This engine is available across all body styles depending on the height & length you pick.
Both engines are equipped with a manual 6-speed gearbox & Stop Start function.
Boxer Vs Competitors
If you’re familiar with the Citroen Relay, you’ll notice that the Peugeot Boxer is almost a carbon copy of the much-loved large van. This wasn't by accident - both vans platform share and are built by the PSA Group comprising Citroen, Peugeot & Vauxhall. The PSA Group often uses the same chassis across the automotive brands to manufacture small, medium or large vans. Alongside the Citroen Relay, other contenders competing with the Peugeot Boxer include; Vauxhall Movano, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Ford Transit, Renault Master, Nissan NV400 & VW Crafter.
Peugeot Boxer Finance
How much does it cost to lease a Peugeot Boxer?
Our Price Promise guarantees that you’ll get the very best leasing price, but if you do find a cheaper quote elsewhere, we’ll give you £100.
We can also guarantee that vehicle depreciation is something you don't have to worry about when you lease. Depreciation means how much a vehicle will be worth after a certain length of time - decreasing as you drive it. If you buy a vehicle, it’s likely you’ll have to sell it for less. But if you lease, you don't need to worry about selling your vehicle at a resale price because depreciation costs will be factored into your monthly rentals.
Why Lease A Boxer?
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