Boxer L3 H2 LWB Hi Roof 2.2 BlueHdi Professional 140 Diesel
You may not think you know many people that own a Peugeot Boxer - but you also stand to be surprised, as it is used as a donor platform for everything from horseboxes to ambulances to motorhomes and therefore far more prevalent on our roads than you may imagine.
The Boxer is relatively lightweight for a large van, which means that converters love it for its flexibility when it comes to putting a body on the back and lots of equipment inside. The same can be said for the Citroen Relay and the Fiat Ducato, both of which share the same platform, but the contrast is that when it comes to a plain old panel van, the Peugeot has historically been conspicuous in its absence on our roads.
Having had its engine downsized from 2.2-litres to 2.0-litres in 2016 to meet the initial Euro-6 requirements, Peugeot has pushed it back up to 2.2-litres for the newer Euro-6d TEMP requirements. Thankfully, the larger outputs mean more power, with the new 2.2-litre BlueHDI available in three power outputs up to 163bhp.
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