Peugeot launches Built for Business conversion range for Boxer

Published 03 April 2018

Peugeot has launched Built for Business conversions for the Boxer van. The range of chassis cab conversions can be ordered direct from Peugeot’s dealer network and carry a full three year/100,000 mile warranty.

The Built for Business range includes tipper, dropside, Luton, low-floor Luton, box body and curtainside conversions. All are based on the Peugeot Boxer 335: powered by the 2.0 BlueHDi 160 S&S diesel engine with a six-speed manual gearbox. Standard equipment includes air conditioning, an uprated battery and revised dual-leaf rear suspension with anti-roll bar.

Tipper models are available on the L2 single cab or L3 crew cab platforms, with payloads peaking at 1.2 tonnes for L2s. The compact scissor-type underfloor tipping gear includes overload and hose burst protection, a mechanism Peugeot claims will make the conversion maintenance free throughout the life of the vehicle.

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Dropsides can be specified in L2 or L3 single cab configurations, along with L3 crew cab. The largest versions will carry payloads weighing up to 1.4 tonnes and aluminium corner posts can be removed by hand to easily convert the vehicle into a flatbed.

Luton vans are limited to single cab only, in L3 or L4 load lengths. Volumes for the loadspace span 16 – 20 cubic meters and payloads vary from 979kg – 1147kg. Box vans get the option of a lightweight aluminium frame to increase maximum payloads to 1051kg for vans in L3 spec.

The Curtainside body is available with either L3 or L4 single cab and provides a maximum payload of up to 965kgs (with a 17 cubic metre volume) or a maximum volume of 20 cubic metres with a 879kg payload. This enables up to six Euro pallets to be carried.

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