Boxer Van | Warwick Farm, New South Wales | Peter Warren Kia
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    DIESEL 160 MANUAL STANDARD Key features

    •Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB)
    •Forward Collision Warning System (FCWS)
    •Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS)
    •ABS + ESC with EBD and EBA
    •Navigation system
    •Rear reversing camera
    •Rear parking sensors
    •LED daytime running lights
    DIESEL 160 MANUAL LONG Key features

    •Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB
    •Forward Collision Warning System (FCWS)
    •Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS)
    •ABS + ESC with EBD and EBA
    •Navigation system
    •Rear reversing camera
    •Rear parking sensors
    •LED daytime running lights
    Classic French design A dynamic and hardworking mode, the Boxer Van makes a statement for your business. Its clean design incorporates simple lines and expressive curves hat catch the attention, while touches such as wide wheel arches and an expansive windscreen ensure it’s a practical option even when the road gets bumpy or the weather gets bad. Wide-opening rear doors and dual sliding side doors ensure loading up is simple, and when the nights draw in, the handy light in the cargo area keeps things illuminated.
    Choose a body style The Boxer comes in a choice of Standard and Long body styles, giving you the chance to decide how much cargo volume you need. With up to 13 cubic metres on offer (Long), businesses with bulky cargo or lots to transport have plenty of flexibility.
    Choose a colour The Peugeot Boxer comes with a crisp and classy Bianca White paint finish as standard, but three other options are available too, enabling you to tailor your vehicle as best suits your brand. Aluminium Grey is a popular choice, while the more vibrant Imperial Blue and Tiziano Red provide a bold finish.
    Guiding light As well as all the exterior lighting you’d expect (headlights with follow-me-home functionality and a high-level third brake light, for example), the Boxer is fitted with LED daytime running lights. These provide optimum visibility in all conditions and are efficient too.
    Cargo capacity The Boxer Standard model possesses a maximum load length of 3.12 metres, a load height of 1.93 metres, a 1.87-metre load width, and an impressive 11,500-litre cargo volume, giving you plenty of space to accommodate larger loads. If you need more capacity still, choose the Boxer Long variant, which delivers an even greater load length of 3.71 metres. With its 13,000-litre load volume, it provides ultimate flexibility whatever your needs.
    Get comfortable The Boxer provides the driver with a rake-and-reach-adjustable steering wheel, as well as an adjustable seat, making it easy to find the perfect driving position. The cabin is fitted with climate control and power-operated windows too, which make it easy to establish an amenable temperature in no time at all.
    Infotainment highlights A five-inch touchscreen infotainment system is supplied as standard, providing access to navigation functionality, among other things. And as well as AUX and USB ports, the vehicle features Bluetooth connectivity, which makes it easy to stream your favourite audio content and enjoy hands-free telephony.
    Cabin cubby spaces While the van offers enormous capacity in the back, it also features a number of useful stowage compartments up front. For instance, there’s an overhead storage area, a covered upper dashboard compartment, lower stowage spaces on both sides, and a centre console that provides a useful place to put drinks and phones.
    Performance The Peugeot Boxer Van comes with one engine option: a 2.0-litre four-cylinder unit that is mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. This turbo-charged engine delivers a peak torque of 310Nm, and irrespective of which body style you choose, it produces CO2 emissions from 168g/km and returns a combined 6.4 litres per 100 km. Despite its size, the Boxer is a lot of fun to drive, offering controlled steering and balanced handling.
    Big yet safe This full-size panel van provides plenty of protection, starting with a fixed bulkhead that ensures cargo and cabin crew are kept safely apart. And whenever you need to check on the load bay from your seated position, a handy window (which can be opened and closed) will allow you to do just that.
    Passive protection The vehicle is fitted with a raft of passive protection to keep you safe in the even of an impact. Driver, passenger and front side curtain airbags are installed as standard, as well as front seatbelt pre-tensioners and seatbelt reminders on all positions.
    Active protection A number of driver aids are included as standard, such as Autonomous Emergency Braking. This clever piece of tech uses a windscreen-mounted camera that constantly analyses the Boxer’s speed in relation to that of the vehicle ahead. If a safe distance between the two vehicles is compromised, full braking pressure is automatically applied.