The heavyweight Peugeot Boxer van offering is back for 2022, but it’s now available in just one variant
The largest van in Peugeot’s portfolio is back for another year, but will only be available in one specification for 2022 – though prices are unchanged from 2021.
Called the Boxer Pro Long, the single-variant large van boasts a 1590kg carrying capacity with an impressive 13 cubic metres of cargo space across a load length of 3.7 metres.
Peugeot says this specific model is “the most van for the least cost” whilst also offering maximum productivity for owners.
The Boxer is powered by a 2.0-litre turbo-diesel four cylinder engine which produces 120kW of power and 310Nm of torque.
It is available exclusively with a six-speed manual transmission and will not be offered with an automatic – meaning those after a self-shifter will need to look at alternatives like the Volkswagen Transporter, Toyota Hiace and Ford Transit.
The Boxer’s turbo diesel engine consumes a combined 6.4L/100km (claimed).
More detailed specifications will be available closer to the Australian launch of the new single-variant Boxer van, but we do have a sneak peak now of what to expect in this French commercial vehicle.
A three seat setup will be available, along with an array of safety features including autonomous emergency braking, forward collision warning, lane departure warning and electronic stability control. Reversing cameras and sensors are standard, along with driver and passenger front airbags.
Peugeot Boxer 2022: prices in Australia
All prices listed are before on-road costs.
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