The biggest van in the Peugeot range, the Boxer is the marque’s heavy hitter, offering a wide choice of heights, lengths and load capacities. The vehicle delivers decent fuel economy too, particularly with a standard-issue 2.2-litre 118bhp diesel installed, which returns up to 34.9mpg. What’s more, the Peugeot Boxer comes well-equipped as standard.
The latest Boxer features redesigned shock absorber mounts to ensure vehicle stability, a braking system of even greater efficiency for improved performance, and a reinforced structure with crumple zone to absorb energy released on impact.
Maintenance need not be a problem with the Boxer. There is no need to change the belt, which has been replaced by a timing chain, while Peugeot has increased the interval time between services. Tyre prices are among the most competitive on the market too as a result of standardisation.
To make life even easier, the Boxer's load sill is among the lowest on the market, at between 493 and 602 mm. Available in eight different body styles, the Boxer also offers one of the widest choice of gross vehicle weights.
Behind the wheel, you can take advantage of Hill Descent Control, a reversing camera, programmable cruise control, Load Adaptive Control, Lane Departure Warning System, and a 5-inch touchscreen for navigation and SMS text reading.
The Peugeot Boxer is supplied with numerous standard-issue driver aids, such as an Electronic Stability Control, Anti-Lock Braking System and Cruise Control (featuring Variable Speed Limiter). It also features Hill-Descent Assist, which allows you to maintain an even descent, without the need to apply braking pressure.