JAN 01] PEUGEOT NEWS
New Boxer Van Pulls A Cleaner Punch
firm Peugeot has put its renowned HDi engine technology in the
Boxer van range for the first time.
new 2.8 litre turbo common rail HDi unit replaces the 2.5 turbo
diesel across the range. Engineers say this will deliver more
power, more economy and a better drive.
THE NEW BOXER
Director Rod Philpot said:
acclaimed Boxer package really comes together behind this
engine. And our recent price realignment makes the HDi
experience even more accessible."
2.8 powerplant is Peugeotís biggest capacity HDi engine to
date, offering over 15 per cent more power and seven per cent
greater torque than the engine it replaces.
big engine simultaneously gives much-reduced fuel consumption
and emissions alongside the power increase.
wide range of body styles to suit most business needs is
available including panel vans with various roof height options,
chassis cabs with a choice of three wheelbases, chassis scuttle
cabs, a crew cab and window cab.
start at £14,600 (excluding VAT) for the 320S short wheel base
chassis cab version.