TECHNOLOGY & SAFETY

Peugeot Boxer Van

Peugeot Boxer

FROM £27,777 *

The Peugeot Boxer has a wide range of efficient features designed to simplify driving while keeping you and your passengers safe.

TECHNOLOGY & COMMUNICATION

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HILL DESCENT CONTROL

Hill Descent Control technology works in tandem with the standard ESP and intelligent traction control. It lets the driver maintain a constant speed of below 18mph and keep the vehicle under control on a muddy or gravelly slope with a gradient of at least 8%, without touching the accelerator or brake.

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REVERSING CAMERA

For an even safer and more precise driving experience, the Peugeot Boxer van is available with a reversing camera.

As you manœuvre the vehicle, this function transmits pictures of the area behind your Boxer to the touchscreen and guides you using a system of coloured lines.

For greater safety, the screen lights up automatically when the rear doors are opened or when you put the vehicle into reverse.

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TOUCHSCREEN

The new 5" touchscreen is used primarily for the navigation system.

The SMS text reading function and Connecting Box contribute to a relaxed driving experience.

DRIVING AIDS

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  • A new programmable cruise control/speed limiter function lets you enter a setting to maintain or limit vehicle speed;
  • Standard ESP with Hill Descent Control, an optional function linked to intelligent traction control. This function lets the driver maintain a constant speed of below 18mph and keep the vehicle under control on a muddy or gravelly slope with a gradient of at least 8%, without touching the accelerator or brake;
  • Load Adaptive Control adapts ESP to the level and distribution of the vehicle load. It keeps the vehicle on course in critical situations;
  • With the tyre pressure monitoring function, each wheel is equipped with a pressure sensor to identify a puncture or loss of pressure;
  • Lane Departure Warning System, reads the road continuously using a camera positioned above the interior rear view mirror;
  • A windscreen sensor is used for signal recognition as well as to switch automatically from high to low beam when the Peugeot Boxer identifies a vehicle travelling in the opposite direction.

SAFETY

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The braking system in the Peugeot Boxer van has been completely redesigned, resized and reinforced to improve both driving  comfort and efficiency. Equipped with four disc brakes as standard, the braking system on the Boxer van is durable and efficient. 

To improve your visibility, the Peugeot Boxer can be fitted with polycarbonate fog lamps integrated in the lower part of the bumper.

To protect vehicle occupants in the event of impact, the Peugeot Boxer van is equipped with several airbags: one driver airbag and one front passenger airbag; two side airbags; two curtain airbags.

Structural reinforcement of the Peugeot Boxer van:

  • A reinforced structure with a crumple zone at the front to  absorb energy released on impact
  • A rigid steel structure forming a cage to protect passengers, with reinforced front doors contributing to the overall  stiffness of the body
  • A front axle sized to transmit part of the energy under the body in the event of a head-on collision
  • Limited upward movement of the pedal assembly and steering column in order to protect the driver