Peugeot Expert review


Peugeot Expert interior
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The interior layout, fit and finish

The old Expert had an awkwardly offset steering wheel that made you feel twisted in your seat, and while the latest model hasn't entirely resolved this issue, it's considerably better.

The driver’s seat is very adaptable and one of the more comfortable you'll find in a mid-sized van, with good support for your thighs and lower back.

You get a height-adjustable steering wheel, too, and with the exception of the gear lever, which is a little close to the driver’s knee, the rest of the control positioning is logical and well thought-out.

Less impressive is the narrow windscreen, because it limits visibility – something that's especially noticeable when you're reversing with door mirrors that are really quite small for a medium-sized van.

Still, the quality of the materials is good, and so is the fit and feel of all the key touch points, such as the steering wheel, controls and gear lever.

Peugeot Expert interior
Peugeot Expert rear
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