Boxer L3 H2 LWB Professional 130 Diesel
NVS Verdict: Can the new Peugeot Boxer compete with the new Transit and stand out from it’s siblings Fiat Ducato and Citroen Relay?
What is it?
Peugeot has finally revealed a redesigned version of the 2015 Peugeot Boxer. In addition to the refreshed design, the improved Boxer boasts equipment that has recently been reserved for luxury cars. Some of these improvements include a system for monitoring driving lanes, and also a system for reading text messages. A completely new dashboard and seats received new materials.
Standard features include hands-free function with Bluetooth and USB access. For an extra charge you can get a multimedia system with touch screen diagonal of 5 inches, with a navigation system and the ability to read SMS messages. Within the facelift model Boxer it has received an LAC system, which optimises system ESP, depending on vehicle load and weight distribution. Another innovation is the camera, which is integrated below the interior mirror, and is part of a system for monitoring and alerting on uncontrolled abandonment lane. It even offers a rear parking camera and cruise control.
Boxer Professional specification overview
In addition to the sharp headlights with (optional) LED running lights and the new ‘floating’ grille, today’s Boxer also benefits from a higher quality interior, lots more equipment, an improved engine range and various other tweaks to improve durability. To say it feels like a new van would be over-generous but it does come close.
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