Peugeot Boxer comes in an array of possible configurations so you can choose an
ideal van for your business. The van was launched in 1994 and is now in its
second generation. The Boxer has been engineered with practicality at the
forefront, as well as this, the assertive styling of the Boxer will give your
business a professional and modern image.
The flexible van
is available in a number of dimensions; five different lengths from 4.9m to
6.3m, four MMA of 3.0T to 4.0T and six different volumes from 8m3 to 17m3. A
robust and reassuring profile is created from a wide windscreen, striking
headlamps and imposing grille. The bumper of the boxer is sturdy and the smooth
sides offer excellent protection.
The cabin is
spacious, bright and comfortable and has been ergonomically crafted so that
everything is to hand. The wide windscreen allows plenty of light inside the
Boxer and gives you a broad field of vision. The Boxer has an optional feature
of manual air conditioning with a pollen filter. Three people can be easily
accommodated in the van and the seats provide excellent support thanks to the
settings available, as well as this, the acoustics are designed to reduce noise
for a quieter ride.
The interior is
fitted with plenty of storage compartments which means you can carry all your
essentials with ease. There are a variety of configuration choices available
with the Boxer. The three different types of rear doors and sliding side doors
vary in size and the step out of the rear bumper is covered with a non-slip
coating, this makes it even easier to get in and out.
Boxer vans are
powerful and economical and there is a range of HDi engines to choose between.
The Boxer range features excellent technology including a front MacPherson type
wishbone with anti-roll bar. This enables tight control of the geometry, which
in turn provides superb road handling. To meet all your needs the Boxer offers
three different powertrains HDi: 2.2 l HDi 100bhp, 2.2 l HDi 120bhp and 3.0 l
HDi 157 bhp.