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The new Peugeot Boxer makes a bold statement in the commercial van market with its impressive versatility, modern features, and solid performance. As a successor to its well-regarded predecessor, this latest iteration brings several improvements that cater to the diverse needs of businesses and tradespeople. While not without its minor shortcomings, the Peugeot Boxer undoubtedly stands as a competitive option in the large van segment.
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The design of the new Peugeot Boxer has undergone a refresh, bringing a more modern and stylish aesthetic to the commercial van segment. The front end showcases a bolder grille design, which is flanked by sleeker headlights that integrate well with the overall look. The redesigned front adds a touch of sophistication to the Boxer's appearance, moving away from the purely utilitarian design of its predecessors. Despite its commercial orientation, Peugeot has managed to imbue the Boxer with a certain level of elegance and refinement, making it more appealing to a wider audience.
Practicality is one of the standout features of the Peugeot Boxer. The van's design prioritizes usability and functionality, catering to the needs of businesses and tradespeople. There's a versatile load space as the Boxer offers a range of load lengths, heights, and body styles to suit various cargo requirements. This versatility makes it ideal for transporting goods of
The Boxer's cargo area is one of its main selling points, and its dimensions offer ample space for commercial needs. The Boxer offers a maximum load width of 1,870mm, with 1,422mm between the wheel arches. The boot space, or cargo area, of the Peugeot Boxer varies depending on the specific model, body style, and configuration chosen.
The interior of the new Peugeot Boxer is designed with a focus on functionality, comfort, and driver convenience. While the primary purpose of the Boxer is commercial use, Peugeot has made efforts to provide a well-appointed cabin that caters to the needs of both drivers and passengers.
The dashboard layout is designed to keep essential controls within easy reach of the driver. This design enhances driver comfort and minimizes distraction while on the road. The seats in the Boxer are designed to provide support during long journeys. Depending on the trim level, the seats might offer various levels of adjustment and comfort-enhancing features.
Depending on the chosen trim and optional packages, the Boxer can be equipped with a range of tech features. These might include a touchscreen infotainment system, navigation, smartphone integration (like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto), Bluetooth connectivity, and USB ports.
One trim level available: Professional Premium +
The Professional Premium + Trim model includes a 7" Capacitive colour touchscreen with DAB radio, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, integrated satellite navigation, Bluetooth® handsfree, USB socket and steering wheel mounted controls. Cruise control with variable speed limiter, ESC with Hill Start Assist, ABS braking including EBA and EBFD, Rear parking sensors and Daytime running lights. Professional Premium + also adds Twin lens door mirrors with electrically adjustable and heated upper mirror, Twin unglazed rear doors (opening to 180°), Nearside sliding side loading door, Perimetric Alarm & deadlocks and Remote central locking with deadlocking and separate locking for cab.
The Boxer's performance is adequate for its class, with a range of diesel engine options that balance power and efficiency. The engines provide sufficient torque for hauling heavy loads, and the driving experience is surprisingly smooth for a vehicle of this size. The steering is responsive, making city manoeuvring less of a chore, and the Boxer's suspension does a commendable job of smoothing out road imperfections.
Peugeot offers the Boxer with the choice of a 2.2-litre BlueHDI diesel engine available in three power outputs, 120ps, 140ps and 163ps. All provide strong and smooth power delivery. There is also an all-electric version of the van, called the Peugeot e-Boxer.
Overall, the Peugeot Boxer is a versatile and well-rounded offering in the large van market. With its modern design, spacious interior, impressive cargo capacity, and a range of tech features, it caters to the needs of businesses seeking a reliable and adaptable commercial vehicle. It's a strong contender in its segment and a worthy consideration for anyone in need of a capable and dependable commercial van.
The Peugeot Boxer is now available for purchase at a starting on-the-road price of £32,268.00*, or it can be leased with monthly payments starting from £435.20.
If you're considering leasing a Peugeot Boxer, we proudly offer excellent car leasing services in the UK. Our leasing deals include a manufacturer's warranty, road tax, breakdown insurance, and free delivery to most areas of the UK mainland (excluding specific regions).
Leasing a Peugeot Boxer can often be a more financially advantageous option compared to purchasing outright, thanks to the fixed monthly payments, variable mileage options, low initial rental, and flexible contract durations.
It's important to note that the 'on-the-road' price mentioned includes a year's road fund license, DVLA first registration fee, and a number plate fee. Please be aware that this price is accurate at the time of publication and is subject to change. To get the most up-to-date information, we recommend contacting your nearest retailer.