Running costs for the Peugeot Boxer are set to fall with the firm announcing its latest 2.0litre BlueHDi range of engines will be powering the popular band.
Peugeot says the new engine has more torque and more power than the unit it replaces.
It’s not just more frugal but there’s also lower CO2 so it meets the strict Euro6 regulations.
The BlueHDi is the same technology that’s been tried and tested in Peugeots SUV’s and saloon since 2013 so it’s an efficient modern engine line-up.
Peugeot Boxer 2.0 litre with BlueHDi engines
The three power outputs available for the Peugeot Boxer 2.0 litre with BlueHDi engines and these are a unit producing 110 bhp with torque of 300Nm, and engine producing 130 bhp and torque of 340Nm and the most powerful unit produces 160 bhp with torque of 350Nm.
The engines are coupled to a six speed manual gearbox along with stop start technology to boost economy which start at 47 mpg with emissions of 154g/km – which is slightly better than the 184g/km for the current mid-range engine.
The acceleration of the Peugeot Boxer has improved – is boosted by four seconds in the 0 to 62 mph sprint by an impressive eight seconds for the 50 mph to 80 mph test.
Peugeot Boxer models now feature a full steel bulkhead
All Peugeot Boxer models now feature a full steel bulkhead, deadlocks, and Bluetooth connectivity.
The boxer professional panel that features cruise control with speed limiter, touchscreen with satnav, air conditioning, rear parking aid and an alarm.
The Peugeot Boxer has been a decent seller for the van maker since it is launching 2014 and Peugeot regularly updates and improves its large fans and ensures quality and robustness for its users.
Another addition to the line-up is electronic stability control and prices for the range starts at £20,970, ex-VAT, with the popular professional model starting at £21,970 and the Peugeot Boxer window vans starting at £23,070.