When there is a need for a commercial vehicle that has maximum space with optimal load-
carrying capacity, then Boxer's second generation is an apt choice. It has given a hard time
to its competitors in the large van segment. With the optimal payload and fuel economy, it
is perfect for commercial purposes.
It is the second generation Peugeot boxer, which is based upon Fiat Ducato and Citroen
Relay. It was launched in 2006, which helps both the driver and passenger to attain
maximum comfort. The year-wise upgraded and improved ergonomics with proper driving
experience makes it quite useful. The large van sector has seen an efficient vehicle with all
the commercial features.
Peugeot Boxer: Second Generation
This van has all the features of an efficient one such as the large load area, highly efficient
Euro 6 engines, and numerous variants. The cherry on the top is the announcement of its
electric version at the 2019 CV Show. The sustainable approach of Peugeot towards the
environment is commendable, and it also helps in increasing the fuel economy and payload.
The different variants of this van make it a big hit as it also comes in window and panel
version. With the availability of three wheelbase lengths, four body lengths, and three
heights, one can use them for any commercial purpose. It has two trim levels which are
known as standard and professional.
The high-end models are equipped with heavy-duty
suspension and better axle distribution, which helps in increasing the load capacity.
This is a van that has optimally high value due to its payload ratings. This is amongst the
best vans that come under the 3.5tonne category. With the significant fuel economy and
impressive payload, it can be a good deal for commercial purposes. However, if you are
comparing it with high-end van models of Ford, VW or Merc then it is a bit tiring to drive