Reasons To Use Peugeot’s Fleet Of Vans For Your Business

Benefits of adding a Peugeot van to your business fleet of vehicles

Benefits of adding a Peugeot van to your business fleet of vehicles

For those who are in the market for high-quality business vehicles, then the Peugeot fleet of vans is an excellent option due to its reliability, durability, load volume options, and strength capabilities. The lineup of vans was specifically designed with business owners in mind, making them a great choice for small scale and large scale businesses. Not only does each van come with a fleet package option if you are leasing, but they are also very cost-effective, hassle-free, and come with environmentally friendly options. Every van comes with a three-year warranty as well as a relatively low APR finance rate.

With this said, here are some of the benefits of adding a Peugeot van to your business fleet of vehicles.

1: A wide range of safety equipment

The ever-popular Peugeot Partner model comes with a whole host of safety equipment, is fitted with the latest HDi diesel engine and comes in two different lengths.

There are two diesel options, one being a 1.6 HDi 75hp, the other being 1.6HDi 90hp, both fitted with a 5-speed manual option.  The standard version model has a capacity of 3.3m3, a payload of 625 or 850kg and a loading length of 1.80m.

A multi-flex bench seat allows 3 front seat occupants. If you choose to retract the multi-flex bench seat, then the loading capacity is increased by 400 litres. In addition to the stylish exterior which includes LED daytime running lights, fog lights and, 15” wheel covers, it comes with full inter-connectivity due to the 7” touchscreen located in the centre of the dashboard.

All types of digital devices can be connected via a USB port, auxiliary jack or through Bluetooth function and with the Mirror Screen technology, any smartphone application can be brought up on the 7” touchscreen display.

2: Extremely Spacious

The modern Peugeot Expert model comes in with a payload range of 1,000kg – 1,200kg, with a load floor length of 2,255mm – 1586mm. For those who are looking to transport more than a few people with their payloads, the Expert crew cab version has a fixed bench seat in row two that allows seating for up to 6 people. It comes with the new BlueHDi engines (95-180hp) which combine optimized fuel consumption with a high-performance automatic EAT 6-speed gearbox that has Quickshift technology.

3: Award winning vehicles 

The all-new Peugeot Boxer was voted Van of the Year 2015 and was released only after going through extreme conditions testing. It comes with a modern and stylish design, a durable and strengthened body structure, and new mechanisms for the side sliding doors.

In addition to this, it comes with a new suspension system that stabilizes with shock absorption, larger brakes, and reinforced rear-doors.

This high performance van also comes with a range of 2.2 litre HDi engines and five payloads available ranging from 1155kg to 1525kg.

Apart from this, it features three different lengths and two different height options. The cargo area measures 2670mm to 3705mm with a volume of 8m3 to 13m3. Plus, even for the entry-level model, it comes six different body types, a standard bulkhead, a user-friendly dashboard and a simple yet attractive design.

The Peugeot fleet of vans are compact, come with state-of-the-art technology and almost all the vans have robust features. From efficient BlueHDi diesel engines to large payload volumes, and dynamic sleek looks, there is a Peugeot model for every business size.

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