What types of Peugeot vans are there?
The baby of the Peugeot range is the Bipper. Ideal for smaller jobs, the Bipper can still handle weights of up to 590kg in its 2.8m3 space. It’s kind on your pocket fuel wise too - at its best it’s capable of an impressive 64mpg between refueling stops.
For a larger van, how about the Peugeot Partner? It’s different length options have varying capacities, the largest Partner having 4.1m3 of available space. Payload wise, the Partner can hold between 625kg at the smallest end through to 850kg in the larger model.
If your business is city based, you could go electric with Peugeot’s Partner Electric. Sporting the same shape and capabilities as its carbon fueled sibling, the electric is capable of over 100 miles on a full charge. What’s more, its rapid charging capabilities allow you to get to 80% charge in just 35 minutes. Handy if you need to stay on the move.
Then there’s the Boxer. The Boxer comes with everything you need from a larger van. Again, it has multiple options size wise, the largest able to take a load volume of a whopping 17m3. This large space can be packed with up to 1,900kg.
With hands-free auto-sliding doors, the new Peugeot Expert can handle most things you can throw at it. Only released earlier this year, the Expert comes in three different lengths and can take a payload weight of up to 1,400kg. It’s clever internal partition allows lengths of up to 4m to be carried.
If you need to carry people rather than goods, there is the new Expert Combi. With its flexible seating able to carry up to nine passengers, it can be configured in a number of different ways to suit you and your passengers. If you do need to pack in the luggage, the rear seats can be completely removed to create more space.