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Peugeot Boxer II - Specifications

Peugeot Boxer II L1/H1
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

4963

3000

2254

2670

1485

1250

Peugeot Boxer II L1/H2
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

4963

3000

2524

2670

1485

1250

Peugeot Boxer II L1/H3
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

4963

3000

2764

2670

1790

1250

Peugeot Boxer II L2/H1
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

5413

3450

2524

3120

1790

1250

Peugeot Boxer II L2/H2
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

5413

3450

2764

3120

1790

1250

Peugeot Boxer II L2/H3
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

5998

3800

2524

3705

1790

1250

Peugeot Boxer II L3/H2
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

5998

3800

2524

3705

1790

1250

Peugeot Boxer II L3/H3
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

5998

3800

2764

3705

1790

1250

Peugeot Boxer II L4/H3
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

6363

4035

2764

4070

1790

1250


Specifications Van Peugeot Boxer II of Transit Center.

Second-generation Peugeot Boxer debuted on the market in 2006. He took over all the most important and best features of his predecessor, thus offering the highest level of reliability. In addition, by introducing a number of amenities, a completely new design and functionality has quickly become one of the most popular commercial vehicles in Europe. The Peugeot Boxer has been entirely designed with drivers in mind and maximum utilization of the cargo space and the interior of the cabin. In addition, it had one of the lowest coefficients of air resistance among commercial vehicles, thanks to which it significantly reduced fuel consumption.

The second generation Peugeot Boxer was available in many types of body styles. Peugeot Boxer II was also produced in two factories: Val di Sangro (Italy) and Saltillo Van (Mexico). The car met all the requirements of its users, it was offered in four length versions (3 wheelbases) and three height versions (H1 - H3). The longest and largest of the L4H3 versions was characterized by a length of over 6.3 meters and a height of over 2.7 meters, while offering a cargo space height of 2.17 meters! Peugeot Boxer was available in four DMC variants: 3.0t, 3.3t, 3.5t and 4.0t and load capacity from 1090 kilograms to 1995 kilograms.

Peugeot Boxer also underwent facelift in 2014, which adapted it to current trends in the commercial vehicle market. First of all, the front of the car was modernized. Completely new headlights integrated with LED daytime running lights, a new front grille and a bumper and bonnet have been redesigned. Completely new in the interior of the vehicle - more ergonomic seats, a cup holder integrated with the central console, as well as a holder for mobile devices and a notebook.

The engines offered along with the second generation Peugeot Boxer are well-known PSA and Iveco engines with the following markings: 100 HDI, 120 HDI and 160 HDI, the latter has 157 horsepower and is made by Iveco. Drive in the Peugeot Boxer was transmitted to the front wheels by means of a 5- or 6-speed manual transmission or optionally by means of a 6-speed automatic transmission.

Peugeot Boxer probably in the next two years will see the next generation, which will be a response to appearing on the market "fresh" competition. We can be sure that Peugeot Boxer will respond to the needs of users and introduce a number of amenities in the new car.

 
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