D he family of small vans based on the PSA-EMP2 platform , grows. The clan includes the Toyota Proace, the Citroën models Jumpy and Spacetourer as well as the Peugeot models Traveler and the new Expert. Like its sister models, the 1.90 meter high Expert is available in three body lengths (4.60 m, 4.95 m and 5.30 m). The payload is a maximum of 1.4 tons, the loading volume varies between 3.2 and 6.6 m³, the trailer load is up to 2.5 tons. The range includes versions as a panel van with a double cabin, five or six seats, a fixed or foldable partition, a platform chassis as the basis for conversions and a station wagon with up to nine seats for passenger transport.
Peugeot Expert with 95 to 180 hp
The engine range for the Expert includes diesel engines with 1.6 and two liter displacement and a power range from 95 to 180 hp. In addition to manual 6-speed transmissions, a 6-speed automatic and an automated manual transmission version are also available. There are also optional versions with all-wheel drive.
The equipment of the Peugeot Expert includes optional sensor-controlled sliding side doors, a reversing camera, a head-up display, a networked 3D navigation with voice control and touchscreen, an adaptive one Cruise control, an adjustable traction control, a high beam assistant, traffic sign recognition, a driver attention warning as well as an active brake assistant.
If the Expert is equipped with a partition, this can be equipped with a through-loading facility. The passenger seat swivels upwards and extends the maximum loading length to up to 4 meters. With the swiveling desk pad and the holders for tablet and smartphone, the van can also be transformed into a mobile office.
The prices for the new Peugeot Expert start like the twin brother Citroen Jumpy at 22,990 Euros net. The predecessor starts around 1,000 euros cheaper. The combination version of the Expert starts at EUR 29,450 (incl. VAT)