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Peugeot Boxer Van Review

5 Stars (85 Reviews)
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  • Ryan Hopley - 13/02/2019

    very good for what we require in electrical wholesale at rmo

    5 Stars
  • Callum Irvine - 01/02/2019

    Big load space made to work not to be a show van

    4 Stars
  • Samuel Hotten - 30/01/2019

    Decent van for the money

    4 Stars
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Our Review

Though Peugeot are not known for their workhorse approach to the commercial van market, the Peugeot Boxer 330 L1 will receive no complaints from drivers that want this approach in their van. The Boxer has got a good carrying capacity and loading features, which makes it a dedicated vehicle to its tasks.

The Peugeot Boxer can shift its 1155Kg payload very smartly thanks to its 250Nm of torque at 1500rpm. Not only does this provide the pulling power to shift the Peugeot Boxer away from a stationary position, it makes it a good cargo carrier on the motorway. Not to mention the contribution this power makes to keep the fuel consumption to over 30 miles per gallon at 35.8 mpg. The 2.2 HDi engine is well made and well designed, and unlike many commercial vans of this size it is not too noisy.

The Peugeot Boxer utilises spring leaf suspension which provides a low loading height of 535mm and good load dimensions. Load length is 2670mm, load height is 1662mm, and a width of 1870 narrowing to 1422 between wheel arches. The rear doors assist access greatly by opening a full 180 degrees, together with a nicely located side door. The van has also been designed with McPherson strut suspension and an anti-roll bar which enhances road handling.

The Peugeot Boxer subsequently offers drivers sharper steering for a van of its size, and the dashboard mounted gear stick sets the driving experience up nicely. The Peugeot Boxer is a highly pleasurable van to pilot around town as well as being a good stable runner on the longer motorway trip.

The Peugeot Boxer provides plenty of storage options in the front for the driver, and the dashboard mounted gear stick means sliding across to exit from the passenger door is easy to do if required. A basic but adequate CD stereo system comes as standard and is controllable from the steering column. The seat belts are height adjustable and a driver's side airbag is fitted.

The breaking system comes with ABS, EBA, and EBD as standard, providing more control to the driver, which is arguably the best way to avoid accidents and running up associated repair and insurance costs.

The Peugeot Boxer is a very accomplished van, with intelligent thought out design which appears to have been designed around the driver and the payload.

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