Current Peugeot Boxer Offers
The Boxer comes in a choice of three body styles – the Panel Van, the Window Van and the Chassis Cab – in single cab and crew cab versions. From the front, that sloping windscreen gives you a great field of vision, while its raised headlights are eye catching. The personality is stamped on this vehicle with the wide grille and the imposing bumper.
Choose the right combination for your loads – the roof height can range from 1.662m to 1.932m, with a floor load length of 2.670 up to 3.705 – a total space of up to 13m3 – and doors that are big enough and open wide enough to load in whatever you plan to transport.
The Boxer has been designed to make the most of every bit of space – with wheel arches made as small as possible, giving you a load width of 1.442m. The rear sill height is the lowest you’ll find on the market – from 53.5cm to 56.5cm for models featuring normal suspension, so lifting up boxes to load is less of an issue. The doors come in a choice of heights and there are sliding side doors, with neat touches such as a non-slip covering on the rear bumper sill, and doors that can open up to as much as 270 degrees. There’s a good ride ahead for you too, with the MacPherson-type wishbone front suspension with anti-roll bar for great stability and road holding.
You can even lower the rear sill for easy loading, thanks to the rigid tube rear suspension.
Under the hood, you can choose to place a 2.21HDi 100bhp four-cylinder engine, a 2.21HDi 120bhp engine or the completely new 3.0HDi 157bhp Common Rail injection system.
If you drive for a living, it’s even more important that you’re as safe as you can be – so the Boxer has been designed to ensure that as much of the impact of a collision is absorbed by the structure, including the rigid steel structure, front axles designed to deflect energy and a footrest that limits the backward movement of the pedal and steering column in the event of a collision. There are six air bags too – a driver and passenger seats, side air bags and two curtain air bags. The system automatically disconnects the fuel supply in the event of a crash.