What do you call a van with class-leading economy and safety, big payloads, a comfy cabin for three with easy drivability that looks sharp?
You call it the new Peugeot Expert van.
This vehicle is one of Europe’s best-selling vans, however it has taken a while to make it to Australian shores and it has been worth the wait. Available in a range of body styles and powertrains, the Peugeot Expert van includes a list of standard equipment that gives it a broad appeal across trades.
With a choice of turbo-diesel engines – the 85Kw/300Nm Expert 115 economy champ that sips just 5.2L/100km on the Combined Cycle, to the grunty Expert 180 that cranks out a punchy 130Kw/400Nm – there’s plenty of poke for any job. Transmissions are 6-speed manual or automatic. The automatic is a proper conventional torque-converter type, meaning seamless gear changes at all speeds with instant response from idle. It’s a sealed-for-life unit too, meaning no ongoing maintenance costs.
Safety is another standout, with all models receiving the same high level of standard equipment; Stability Control, ABS and 4 airbags are almost par for the course in this segment these days, but the Peugeot Expert van ups the ante with Automatic Emergency Braking, automatic lights & wipers, front and rear park sensors, reverse camera, blind-spot monitoring and more. Connectivity hasn’t taken a back seat either, featuring Apple CarPlayTM and AndroidTM Auto1 with a 7″ touch screen and steering-wheel controls standard on all models.
Available from $38,990 driveaway, the Peugeot Expert van comes with a 5-year/200,000km warranty2, 5 years Roadside Assist2 and covered by the Peugeot Assured Service Price Promise3.
Check out the full spec on the Peugot website at www.peugeot.com.au, or contact a Peugot dealer near you.