The largest of Peugeot’s van range, the Boxer is a spacious and fully practical solution to businesses big and small. With its variety of body sizes and selection of cost-effective engines, the Boxer is a van worth looking at.


Technology and Interior

Standard Panel Van iterations feature a payload that ranges between 740kg and 1,870kg, and a load space that rises from 8,000 litres to 17,000 litres. Capacity depends on the length and height of the model you choose. Standard Window Van models offer a payload that starts at 1,150kg and increases up to 1,870kg. Minimum payload is the same as that of the Panel Row Van and peaks at 15,000 litres. Eight tie-down hooks are a feature of all variants. Window Van versions come with a frame positioned behind the driver’s seat, providing protection from loose items while in transit. 

A four-speaker sound system includes an FM radio and DAB digital radio, which together provide a wide range of stations with signals boosted by a roof-mounted aerial. Bluetooth connectivity and USB ports are included too.

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Exterior design​

The Boxer comes in four different lengths and three different heights, providing remarkable flexibility. It is also available in two body styles: Panel Van and Window Van. Twin 180-degree rear doors (Panel Van only) provide easy access to the vehicle, as does a nearside sliding door. Standard features include power-operated and heated door mirrors and rear fog lights. A range of colours are available to make your Boxer stand out from the rest, including Bianca White, Dragoon Blue, Volcano Red and Horizon Yellow.

Driver assist systems

Driver aids such as Electronic Stability Programme, Anti-lock Braking System and Electronic Brakeforce Distribution come as standard. Driver and passenger airbags are included, as is a full-steel bulkhead (Panel Van models only), helping to ensure driver and passenger safety. An immobiliser and deadlocks are features that help keep the Boxer secure.

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What trim levels are on the Peugeot Boxer?

Boxer Panel Van

  • 2670mm
  • 8 m3
  • 740kg

Boxer Window Van

  • 3705
  • 13 m3
  • 1150kg


Standard Panel Vans come with a single option of a 2.0-litre diesel engine, paired with six-speed manual transmission. Window Van models offer the choice of 1 engine the same 2.0-litre diesel engine. The Peugeot e-Boxer has the option of a 37kWh 120 or 70kWh 120 battery options which will allow you to travel up to 73 or 139 miles.

While using a 7.4kW charger it will take 6 hours for the 37kW battery 0-100% and 12 hours for the 70kW battery 0-100%. If you are using a 22kW charger it will take 3 hours or the 37kW battery 0-100% and 9 hours for the 70kW battery 0-100%.

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