Experience Peugeot’s All-New Boxer Van
If you’re after space, you’ve got it. The Peugeot Boxer Van is 1.9 metres tall and 1.8 metres wide, making it one of the best large vans on the market in terms of storage space. Enjoy even more storage in the cabin with an overhead storage area, upper dashboard storage area, and centre console storage.
Peugeot always has your convenience in mind, with an upper cup holder, a phone holder on the upper dashboard, and ten tie-down rings in the rear cargo area.
A dual sliding door system and barn-opening rear doors make it easier than ever to get your gear in and out, so you’ll never be stuck wrestling equipment.
Choose from four different trim levels: the S, Professional, Grip, and Asphalt. You also have four colours to choose from: Bianca White (standard), Imperial Blue, Red, and Aluminium Grey.
Whether you’re in the driver’s seat or a passenger, Peugeot always has your comfort and convenience in mind. Enjoy an all-new 5.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system, complete with a built-in sat-nav, Bluetooth connectivity, and climate control air conditioning.
Excellent safety, electric windows, adjustable steering wheel, and lumbar adjustments for the front seats, you’ll inevitably feel comfortable in the all-new Boxer van. Enjoy rear parking sensors, a reverse camera, cruise control, and in-cabin USB ports to make your drive that little bit better.
Stay visible on the road with LED daytime running lights, halogen headlights, and high-level third brake lights
AEB comes standard on every Boxer Van, so you can feel confident that you’re in safe hands. The Boxer will warn you if it senses a collision about to happen and, if there is no reaction, will autonomously apply the brakes to avoid an accident. This works alongside the Forward Collision Warning system.
Whether you’re driving forward or reversing into a tricky spot, the Boxer has got you covered. With Rear Parking Sensors and a Reverse Camera, you’ll know if you’re ever about to hit something, so you can glide into those spots with ease.
Don’t stray from the road with Lane Departure Warning. If you’re cruising through roads with clearly marked lines and leave the lane unexpectedly, the Boxer van will let you know via audible and visual alerts.
Enjoy an extended cruise control function with a Speed Limiter monitoring your speed in relation to the vehicle in front of you.
We incorporate an anti-lock braking system, emergency brake assist, anti-slip regulation, and dynamic stability control into Electronic Stability Control – all the basic safety features you love rolled into one.
We have airbags in the driver’s seat and passenger’s seat, front, and side, so you know you’re in safe hands in the event of an accident.
If you’re after an efficient engine, you’ve got it. The Boxer Van features a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine. You’ll experience a strong 130Nm of torque at 1,500 RPM, and a fuel consumption of 6.4L/100km. Both the Standard and Long Boxer van comes with a six-speed manual transmission.
The load volume of the Boxer van is 11.5m3, with a maximum load width of 1870mm, a maximum load height of 1932mm, and a maximum load length of 3120mm – making the Boxer an ideal large van.
The turning circle on the Boxer van is 12.6 metres for the Standard, and 14.2 metres for the Long.
Test Drive the New Peugeot Boxer Van
Like what you’ve seen? Come down to Perth City Peugeot, Perth’s number one Peugeot dealership, to test drive the new Peugeot Boxer Van today.
Boxer Van FAQ
Q: What engine is in the Peugeot Boxer?
A: The Boxer Van features a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine. You’ll experience a strong 130Nm of torque at 1,500 RPM, and a fuel efficiency of 6.4L/100km. Both model types come with a 6-speed manual transmission.
Q: Where can I buy a Peugeot Boxer Van in Perth, AU?
A: When it comes to quality Peugeot vehicles, Perth City Peugeot is Perth’s one and only Peugeot dealer. Visit us in Victoria Park and take the all-new Boxer Van for a test drive today.
Q: What is the payload of a Peugeot Boxer?
A: The payload weight of the Boxer Van is up to 1,645kg, with a load volume of up to 13m3.
Q: What weight is a Peugeot Boxer?
A: The kerb weight of the Boxer Van is 1915kg.
Q: Where are Peugeot Boxer Vans built?
A: The Peugeot Boxer Van is built at the Val di Sangro factory in Italy, a facility owned by both Groupe PSA and Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles. So the Boxer Van is built alongside the Fiat Ducato and Citroen Relay.
Q: Where is the battery located on a Peugeot Boxer?
A: The battery is located under the bonnet on the driver’s side.