Peugeot will present the new Expert LCV at the CV Show on 26th April, with a press reveal being held at 9:30am on the Peugeot stand.
Built on the Efficient Modular Platform 2 (EMP2) alongside Citroën Dispatch, new Expert offers improved compactness, weight reduction and versatility over the outgoing van, and combines efficient engine options to achieve up to 133g/km of CO2.
The new model introduces a number of innovative features to the segment (shared with new Citroën Dispatch), including hands-free sliding side doors, the modularity of the cab with ‘Moduwork’, Active Safety Brake system, rear-view camera with VisioPark and connected 3D navigation.
New Expert can carry a maximum load of 1400kg and is available in three body lengths, from the new ‘Compact’ version at just 4.60m up to 5.30m. The model is designed to be particularly well suited to urban journeys, with a maximum height of 1.90m.
Efficient Euro 6 BlueHDi engine options offer from 95hp / 210Nm to 180hp / 400Nm, and are mostly equipped with Stop&Start technology. The new BlueHDi 180 EAT6 gearbox and the BlueHDi 95 ETG6 electronic automated gearbox also frees up extra legroom for the middle passenger.
Commenting on new model, Maxine Picat, Peugeot Brand CEO, said: “Our ambition with the new Peugeot Expert is to attract new customers. Its innovative design offers differentiating services and embodies a new aspect of PEUGEOT’s high-end strategy in theutility vehicles sector.”
Peugeot will exhibit on stand D40 in Hall 5 at CV Show 2016, which takes place at the NEC, Birmingham from 26-28 April.