The PEUGEOT Expert Van has a wealth of features designed to support you and all of your business needs.
Winning not one but two of the highest accolades in Drive.com.au’s recent Commercial Vehicle (LCV) of the Year awards, the PEUGEOT Expert Van was not only named the ‘Best Medium-Sized Van’ it also bested all seven categories and 19 finalists to take out the overall ‘2019 Commercial Vehicle of the Year’ award.
Just another way the PEUGEOT Expert Van has proven itself to be a cut above the rest.
The robustness and modernity of the PEUGEOT Expert Van are evident in its distinctive design - with two different lengths available, you are sure to find the van to suit your needs.
The PEUGEOT Expert Van is also easy to park in restricted areas: the 1.90m roof height across all models means that you can still gain access to height-restricted car parks.Book a Test Drive
The most convenient of technology is all at your fingertips in the PEUGEOT Expert Van. The Mirror Screen feature allows you to connect your smartphone to the USB port on the dashboard. Your apps appear and can be used directly on the 7” touchscreen.
ACTIVE SAFETY BRAKE
Active Safety Brake is an automatic emergency braking system which activates if an imminent collision is detected. The camera and the radar will detect stationary or moving obstacles. If the driver then fails to brake, or if the braking is insufficient, the system applies the brakes on behalf of the driver, it contributes to avoiding an impact if you are driving at less than 30 km/h or to reduce any further consequences, by reducing the impact speed.
ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL
This system detects a vehicle driving in front of it moving in the same direction. It automatically adjusts the speed of the vehicle to that of the vehicle in front of it, using the engine brake and the braking system (the brake lights then come on) to maintain a constant distance, down to a complete stop of the vehicle (for a vehicle fitted with an automatic gearbox) or down to 30 km/h (for a vehicle fitted with a manual gearbox)
LANE DEPARTURE WARNING
The lane departure warning (available on selected models) is a system that detects the unintentional crossing of a traffic lane ground marking using a camera that recognises continuous or broken lines. To ensure safe driving, the camera analyses the image and, in the event of a decrease in the driver’s vigilance and a speed greater than 80 km/h, triggers a visual and audible warning if the driver veers off course.
SPEED LIMIT RECOGNITION AND RECOMMENDATION
The multifunction camera recognises speed limit signs and informs you of the limit on the instrument panel and/or in the Head-Up Display. The speed limit is suggested to you automatically for your cruise control.
The PEUGEOT Expert Van range is powered by an all-diesel drivetrain line-up offering up to 135kW and 400Nm of torque. Depending on body style, available drivetrains include:
1.6 L BlueHDi 115 hp S&S, 6-speed manual gearbox from 5.2 l/100 km
2.0 L BlueHDi 150 hp S&S, 6-speed manual or automatic gearbox from 5.6 l/100 km
2.0L BlueHDi 180 hp S&S, EAT6 automatic gearbox from 6.2 l/100 km
All BlueHDi engine options incorporate SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) upstream of the additivated DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter). They also meet the Euro6 standard with the most effective pollution control technology on the market.
Their 22.4L AdBlue tank allows for a maximum range of 15,000 km. AdBlue is filled up easily using the exterior filling flap, located in the middle pillar, which is invisible when the driver's door is closed. The Peugeot Expert benefits from competitive usage costs, in particular thanks to its best in class fuel consumption and its 20,000 km, 12 month scheduled servicing intervals.