Discover the Peugeot Boxer Van range: roomy, robust, economical and versatile vehicles that are easy to handle.
Equipped to provide a durable response to the needs of business users, the Peugeot Boxer provides all the comfort of an office on the move.
The Peugeot Boxer van undergoes full and rigorous testing to always stay one step ahead of the needs of business users:
The Peugeot Boxer van ranks among the most competitive vehicles in its class for running costs:
With a load volume of up to 17m and the best load width in its class, the Peugeot Boxer van is able to adapt to a full range of business activities, with the largest range of GVW options in its class.
The Peugeot Boxer range includes up to eight body styles, for each type of use and each activity :
The Peugeot Boxer van boasts a range of safety functions and driving aids for an easier driving experience:
The Peugeot Boxer includes a full range of features to turn the cab into an office on wheels:
Contract Hire from Free2Move Lease offers a risk free solution for your business. Key benefits include the ability to manage monthly outgoings and fix monthly rentals. No depreciation. Flexible contract lengths (18–48 months) or annual mileages. Add-on services. Reclaim some, or all VAT on rentals (where VAT registered) and no vehicle disposal worries.
Tailor your rental to suit your organisation. With Finance Lease, you simply pay a monthly rental for the contract term. You can also customise your rentals to match the cash flow and budget of your organisation with the help of a ‘balloon rental’ (if needed).
AT THE END OF YOUR AGREED LEASE PERIOD, YOU CAN:
WHY CHOOSE FINANCE LEASE?
Low initial outlay, (usually three or six months in advance) and fixed monthly cost, with the option to reduce your monthly rentals using the ‘balloon’.
You can tailor the agreement term to suit your business needs.
Your vehicles show as leased assets on your balance sheet. Offset your monthly rentals against taxable profits and recover the VAT on those rentals.**
** Only if VAT registered
Enjoy well-designed features and easy driving. Admire the contemporary, robust look of the new front end.
Our latest Peugeot Boxer van has gained a new front end, underlining its contemporary, robust looks:
At the rear, the new lights echo the styling upgrade.
The Boxer van gains in elegance and feeling of quality with its functional, comfortable interior.
The steering wheel looks and feels right, immediately conveying a sense of assured strength. For improved comfort and grip, the wheel can be upholstered in leather, as an option. This is also included in Look Pack 2.
The dashboard gains a new control panel incorporating a new range of radios, while the seats are upholstered in the new black Dark cloth, with touches of red and grey.
For maximum comfort, the suspension height of the driver’s seat can be adjusted to reflect the driver’s weight (up to130 kg).
The lumbar adjustment function and armrest on the driver’s seat contribute to a high standard of comfort.
The Peugeot Boxer van features an array of storage compartments adding up to a total of 73l, so you can organise the cab as you would your office.
The Peugeot Boxer van looks after you in every situation, with:
These added strengths also contribute to the acoustic comfort of your vehicle.
With a choice of body styles, lengths, heights and accessories, the Peugeot Boxer adapts to all your requirements with a range of functional features that set the standard.
Wide access comes as standard on the Peugeot Boxer van , with rear door opening angles of between 96° and 270°, for easy loading and unloading.
Swing doors of up to 2.03m in height, with a best-in-class load width of 1,422mm.
To make life even easier, the load sill is among the lowest on the market, at between 493 and 602 mm. It may vary by 14 cm with the addition of the optional pneumatic self-levelling suspension.
The Peugeot Boxer van offers one of the widest choices of gross vehicle weights, based on two separate ranges:
The Peugeot Boxer van range comprises eight different body styles, depending on the length, height and version selected.
Load volume varies with each option, from 8 to 17 m³, placing the vehicle on a par with the best in class.
To maximise load space, the Peugeot Boxer van features an optimised floor width between wheel arches of 1,422m, ranking among the best on the market.
The maximum width inside the vehicle is 1,870m.
The Peugeot Boxer has a wide range of efficient features designed to simplify driving while keeping you and your passengers safe.
Hill Descent Control technology works in tandem with the standard ESP and intelligent traction control. It lets the driver maintain a constant speed of below 18mph and keep the vehicle under control on a muddy or gravelly slope with a gradient of at least 8%, without touching the accelerator or brake.
For an even safer and more precise driving experience, the Peugeot Boxer van is available with a reversing camera.
As you manœuvre the vehicle, this function transmits pictures of the area behind your Boxer to the touchscreen and guides you using a system of coloured lines.
For greater safety, the screen lights up automatically when the rear doors are opened or when you put the vehicle into reverse.
The new 5″ touchscreen is used primarily for the navigation system.
The SMS text reading function and Connecting Box contribute to a relaxed driving experience.
A new programmable cruise control/speed limiter function lets you enter a setting to maintain or limit vehicle speed;
The braking system in the Peugeot Boxer van has been completely redesigned, resized and reinforced to improve both driving comfort and efficiency. Equipped with four disc brakes as standard, the braking system on the Boxer van is durable and efficient.
To improve your visibility, the Peugeot Boxer can be fitted with polycarbonate fog lamps integrated in the lower part of the bumper.
To protect vehicle occupants in the event of impact, the Peugeot Boxer van is equipped with several airbags: one driver airbag and one front passenger airbag; two side airbags; two curtain airbags.
Structural reinforcement of the Peugeot Boxer van:
A windscreen sensor is used for signal recognition as well as to switch automatically from high to low beam when the Peugeot Boxer identifies a vehicle travelling in the opposite direction.