Peugeot Boxer review

Category: Large Van

Section: Passenger & boot space

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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

The Boxer stars for its ability to carry big weights, and by combining that with a large load volume too it is, by our reckoning, the most practical van in the class.

Maximum volume is 17m3, but there are also a range of options from 8m3 built off three wheelbases (3m, 3.45m and 4.03m) with four body lengths and three heights to choose from. The headline figure is a maximum 1575kg payload, but an average 3.5-tonne van will still permit more than 1200kg, which makes it one of the best vans in the large van segment for weight hungry users.

A maximum load length of 4070mm is possible, while height in the tallest vans is 2172mm. There’s also 1870mm across the load area at its widest point and 1420mm between the wheel arches. A side loading door is fitted as standard along with 180-degree rear opening doors.

While the Peugeot Boxer can lay claim to a sizeable payload it is not the biggest van in the sector for volume. If you need something larger it’s best to go for the Volkswagen Crafter or the massive Iveco Daily which can transport 19.6m3.

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