Peugeot comes out fighting with new Boxer
Peugeot has released its latest version of the Boxer commercial vehicle, with a number of changes added to the most recent incarnation of the van.
It has been delivered after thorough and extensive testing and is set to provide business drivers with durability, style and performance.
The van comes with a strengthened body structure over its predecessor, with a redesigned front scuttle, new sliding door mechanisms, larger brakes and a range of 2.2-litre HDi engines with a revised injection system.
Furthermore, drivers will benefit from a number of anti-theft protection systems, including central door locking with deadlocking, independent locking and unlocking of the load space and an alarm as standard on the Professional models.
Those behind the wheel can also take advantage of new driver assist features, including hill start assist, grip control and hill descent control. Rear parking sensors are also fitted to aid with manoeuvring into the tightest of spaces.
Posted by Craig Salter