The robustness and modernity of the Peugeot Expert van are evident in its distinctive design - with two different lengths available, you are sure to find the van to suit your needs.
The Peugeot Expert van is also easy to park in restricted areas: the 1.90m roof height across all models means that you can still gain access to height-restricted car parks.
Active Safety Brake is an automatic emergency braking system that intervenes if it detects an imminent collision. The camera and radar can detect both mobile and fixed obstacles. In this case, should the driver fail to brake, either sufficiently or at all, the system automatically triggers the braking system, helping to prevent a collision when travelling at less than 18mph, or to reduce the impact of a collision by reducing the impact speed when travelling above this speed.
Only active at night, the headlights of the Expert van switch automatically from main beam to dipped beam and vice-versa depending on other vehicles detected by the on-board camera.
The Peugeot Expert panel van is equipped with four airbags:
Thanks to its Moduwork bench seat, the Expert van offers excellent levels of modularity to help you make the most of any unoccupied seats. The side passenger seat, for example, can be lifted up to create a space with a flat bottom.
The large hatch incorporated into the partition can be opened up to increase the usable length to 4m for carrying long objects.
Finally, your Peugeot Expert van can be transformed into a mobile office should you so wish; simply lower the central armrest to reveal a very practical swivelling table.
The Peugeot Expert van combines compact exterior dimensions with maximised load capacities, so vital in this segment.
Panel and Crew van versions can be specified with 50/50 rear 180° glazed swing doors with heated rear windows and wash-wipe.
Wide opening rear doors, mean that you do not need to encroach upon road space when loading and unloading.