Like the Peugeot Partner van, the new Peugeot Expert van comes with no fewer than four choices of trim level. The trim options are: S, Grip, Professional and Asphalt.
The load space is accessible via the rear asymmetric doors which open to 180 degrees. The already low load sill is further lowered with the addition of pneumatic suspension which also adds to a more comfortable ride. The maximum payload of the Expert is 1400kg on all three lengths of van, with a load length ranging from 2,162mm to 2,862mm. The load height is up to 1,397mm. Again payload capacity and load length depend on the model.
The new Expert van is available with a range of the latest BlueHDi diesel engines, ranging from 95ps all the way up to 180ps, with the option of manual and automatic transmissions depending on your choice of engine.
If you rely on your van all year round and in all conditions you may want to opt for the standalone ‘Grip’ model which is built for tougher driving conditions with larger wheels and a higher ground clearance amongst the modifications from base level S models.