Is Peugeot Boxer any good?

Is Peugeot Boxer any good?

Peugeot Boxer verdict Its payload ratings are among the best of any 3.5-tonne van, fuel economy is genuinely impressive and you’ll get a good deal if you shop around. But, compared with more rivals such as the Ford Transit, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and VW Crafter, you’ll find the Boxer is noisy and tiring to drive.

What body type is a Peugeot Boxer?

LOAD VOLUME The PEUGEOT Boxer exists in 5 different body styles (Panel Van, Window Van, Chassis Cab, Floor Cab and Back to Backs) and range from L1 to L4 in length.

What vans are the same as the Peugeot Boxer?

The Fiat Ducato is the van the Citroen Relay and Peugeot Boxer are based on, but we’ve ranked it slightly higher because we prefer Fiat’s engines and the impressive new nine-speed automatic gearbox option.

Do Peugeot Boxers rust?

It will probably be a little rusty, but look for oil leaks. The sump gasket can leak or if the sump is excessively rusty, it can leak as well.

Does a Peugeot Boxer have a Cambelt?

It is a cambelt.

What is the biggest Peugeot Boxer?

The Peugeot Boxer dimensions has three wheelbases starting at 3000mm (L1), the middle wheelbase is 3450mm (L2) and finally the longest at 4035mm (L3).

What height is a Peugeot Boxer?

Van dimensions

Body style Height Length
L1H1 low roof van 2,254mm 4,963mm
L2H1 low roof van 2,254mm 5,413mm
L2H2 medium roof van 2,524mm 5,413mm
L3H2 medium roof van 2,524mm 5,998mm

How long is a Peugeot Boxer LWB?

The interior width of the Boxer is 73.6″ and the exterior width is 88.7″. The interior height of the Peugeot Boxer is 65.4″ (H1), 76.1″ (H2), and 85.4″ (H3). The wheelbase lengths are 118.1″ (SWB), 135.8″ (MWB), and 158.9″ (LWB).

What is the largest van in UK?

Large 3.5-tonne vans are the heaviest vans you can drive on a regular UK car licence – and on this page you’ll find them ranked in order of maximum payload. Examples of the large vans included in this list are the Ford Transit, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and Fiat Ducato.

Do Peugeot vans rust?

As it has been mentioned Fiat/Citroen and Peugeot vans were designed for commercial use with a short life span because they usually have a very high mileage in a short space of time before the body starts to rust badly, when used as a basis for motorhomes they do less mileage and thus expected to last longer.