Peugeot expert van

Peugeot launches Expert Long and Crew van models

The longest version of the PEUGEOT Expert van, the New Expert Long, will be launched at the CV Show today.

With a load floor length of 2,862mm, the New Expert Long provides a 350mm longer load floor than Standard models – 700mm longer than in the shortest Compact variant.

Opt for the Moduwork load through flap in the full steel bulkhead, with folding side passenger seat, standard on Professional and Professional Plus models, and the overall loading length can be extended to 4,024mm for items such as ladders or piping. New Expert Long load volume is extended to 6.1m3, or 6.6m3 with Moduwork.

The gross payload for New Expert Long van models ranges between 1235kg and 1435kg.

New Expert Long is also available as a Crew van providing the flexibility of seating for a driver and up to five passengers, combined with 4.0m3 of load space.

The vans provide a load floor length of 2,365mm and will carry a gross payload of 1,196kgs.

In the passenger compartment, the Crew van features twin glazed sliding side doors with fixed side windows, equipped with noise-reducing, dark-tinted glass.

A toughened plastic bulkhead is fitted behind the second row seats with a polycarbonate window enabling cab occupants to view the load area.

Equipment includes air conditioning, cruise control with programmable speed limiter, front electric windows, electrically adjustable heated door mirrors and a full-size spare wheel.

ESC electronic stability control is fitted as standard equipment along with remote central locking with deadlocks and separate locking for the cab.

A PEUGEOT Connect radio is fitted to the New Expert Crew van and features a 7-inch touchscreen with DAB digital radio, Bluetooth connectivity, a USB port and audio jack. Smartphone connectivity is enhanced with Mirror Link.

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