Peugeot Boxer panel Van
New Euro 6 diesel engines for the Peugeot Boxer 2017: this commercial vehicle incorporates from now in your range the modern 2.0 BlueHDi. Developed by the PSA Group, these mechanics are also offered in its “cousin” the Citroën Jumper 2017, and are combined with a manual change of six marches and system Start & Stop in all versions.
Peugeot Boxer BlueHDi will be available in three levels of power, from the 110 HP (with 300 Nm maximum torque) until the 160 CV and 350 Nm of the more potent, passing through the intermediate version of 130 HP and 340 Nm. These engines replace the previous 2.2 HDi, and with respect to those not only increases slightly in power, but also improve its fuel consumption and performance.
For example, the Boxer BlueHDi 130 BHP approves an average consumption of 6.0 liters, with CO2 emissions of 154 g/km, which represents a decrease of 1.1 liters/100 km and 30 g/km less than the previous version with motor equivalent.
Peugeot Boxer Combi
All of these engines are Euro 6, and include a device (SCRSelective Catalytic Reduction) located before the particulate filter FAP, which reduces particulate emissions by 99.9% and nitrogen oxides by up to 90%.
These engines 2.0 BlueHDi incorporate a AdBlue tank, 15 liters, an additive that has a range of 10,000 kilometers and can be refilled at gas pumps for heavy vehicles, through a hatch located on the top of the fuel tank.
There are other developments regarding the equipment available in the range of Peugeot Boxer 2017. Optionally you can join a support for tablet or phone on the dashboard, along with a USB input and an electrical outlet of 12V.
Another novelty will be the camera in the windshield, that through the instrumentation warns the driver of the speed limitations of the traffic signals, and works well as sensor lights. In addition, the panel Van version is offered from now on with front bumper and door handles painted in the color of your body.