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Find out more about PEUGEOT's compact utility van.
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PEUGEOT Expert Commercials

PEUGEOT Expert Commercials

The PEUGEOT Expert van has been a consistently good seller since its introduction back in 1995, with an updated version released in 2007, and another update in 2016 – the third generation.

As part of the last update, PEUGEOT replaced the platform that it was built on, to the PSA Group’s EMP2 platform. This is significant; the EMP2 platform is also used for the PEUGEOT 308 passenger car, along with the Vauxhall Grandland and Citroen Grand C4 Spacetourer.

A car-orientated platform means road car manners, so the Expert feels much more like an oversized car, rather than a commercial vehicle.

Commercial Platform

Of course, PEUGEOT have updated and modified the suspension and steering to suit the demands of commercial life, and the platform has been strengthened to accommodate the extra weight, but it’s still essentially a car platform.

As part of the upgraded suspension, the PEUGEOT engineers minimised the intrusion to the load-carrying space, which means all of the Expert range can easily accommodate two Euro pallets in the rear, even with the e-Expert full-electric van.

Further still, the EMP2 platform allows PEUGEOT to offer the Expert in three different body lengths, with two different wheelbases – there really is a model to suit all of your needs, including an all-electric version.

Last Mile Deliveries

As more cities and towns introduce low-emission zones, the need for low-emission delivery vehicles is increasing - especially for ‘last mile’ deliveries. PEUGEOT recognised this and have provided a solution in the e-Expert commercial vehicle.

It uses the tried and tested electric motor, transmission, and associated running gear from PEUGEOT road cars. This means you’re getting the equivalent of 134hp, with a choice of two batteries – the 50kWh runs to around 148 miles, but the upgraded 75kWh battery pack will reach approximately 211 miles before needing a recharge.

With zero local emissions, the e-Expert is the ideal last mile delivery vehicle.

If an electric vehicle doesn’t quite work for you yet, you’ll be pleased to know that the diesel Expert has class-leading economy and emissions – the best being the BlueHDi 100, which can return up to 44.2mpg, and the 20.6 litre AdBlue tank shouldn’t need filling for at least 9,000 miles.

Trims, Specs, and Options

The Expert range starts with the ‘S’ trim level, which gives you twin sliding doors, a full steel bulkhead, central locking with deadlocks, a DAB radio with Bluetooth compatibility, electric windows, and cruise control. Choosing the ‘Professional’ trim will add air conditioning, a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and smartphone compatibility.

If you’re looking for something a little more stylish, then the 'Asphalt' is for you – with body coloured bumpers, mirrors and door handles, along with front fog lights, LED daytime running lights, automatic wipers and lights, and front and rear parking sensors with a parking camera.

There are some great additional options (depending on the trim chosen) – these include, blind spot monitoring, lane departure warning, and grip control. Want more? How about satellite navigation, climate control, and even a head-up display? The Expert can have it all.

If you’d like to find out more about the PEUGEOT Expert range, follow the links below.

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