BlueHDI Euro 6 engine range rolled out to Peugeot Boxer van

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Peugeot is completing the roll-out of its range of Euro 6 engines in the Boxer, which will now be available with a new range of 2.0-litre BlueHDi diesel engines.

The BlueHDi technology incorporates SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) upstream of the additivate cleansing DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter). The engine options therefore meet the Euro6 standard.

The 15-litre AdBlue tank provides a range of approximately 6,200 miles. It’s easy to fill up with AdBlue, due to the external filler flap which is located above the fuel filler and is also compatible with existing heavy goods vehicle AdBlue pumps at service stations.

The connectivity of the Boxer has been enhanced, making it even easier for professionals to make their vehicles an extension of their offices: a holder for a digital tablet or smartphone, a USB connection and a 12V socket on the instrument panel to power them are now available as standard for the Professional version.

The central glove compartment has now been replaced with a double cup-holder, a storage compartment and a compartment for a smartphone with a USB and auxiliary connection, as a standard or optional feature, depending on the level of finish.

The range basic price excluding VAT starts from £20,970, with Professional models from £21,970 and Window vans from £23,070.

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  • Nigel - 03/04/2018 13:29

    Why does my euro 6 engined boxer need an oil change at one year old and only done 3600 miles ?

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