The new vans are replacing the models C itroën Jumpy and Peugeot Expert, at Toyota that was In the end, Proace was just a re-bathed PSA clone anyway. The three new vans are scheduled to hit the market in the first half of 2016. Before that, they will celebrate their world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show.
Same technology, different optics
All three models are available as MPV versions for private use and for the shuttle service in the commercial sector. They share technology, engines and equipment. Three body lengths and various equipment options are available. With a base length of 4.60 meters, there is space for up to 9 passengers. The height of 1.90 meters makes the bus suitable for parking lots. The equipment available includes a head-up display, a drowsiness warning and networked 3D navigation. There are also side sliding doors with keyless entry, a rear window that can be opened separately and numerous storage options. The engine range includes only diesel engines and ranges from the 115 hp diesel to the 180 hp top model with 400 Nm torque. When it comes to design, however, each brand sets its own accents wherever possible. All three have a typical brand face.
All three models are manufactured in the PSA Peugeot Citroën plant in Sevel-Nord Valenciennes (France).