Revamped Peugeot van range now on sale

Peugeot has announced pricing for its entirely revamped van range, with the new models available to order now, with deliveries beginning in April 2024.

The new Peugeot Partner, Peugeot Expert and Peugeot Boxer models all feature revised styling, as well as more efficient diesel and electric motors and the launch of a new ChatGPT tool, activated by the “OK Peugeot” voice assistant.

The Peugeot Partner is available from £20,255 (excl. VAT), with the electric Peugeot E-Partner starting from £26,205 after the Plug-in Vehicle Grant (PiVG). Two trim levels are on offer: Professional and Asphalt.

The Peugeot E-Partner uses a 52kWh battery to increase its range to 205 miles, an improvement of over 10% compared with the outgoing model. It has a 7.4kW onboard charger, reaching full capacity in 7.5 hours, or five hours using a three-phase supply. It can also be fast-charged to 80% in half an hour.

Diesel models have a choice of 100PS or 130PS engines, with an optional eight-speed auto on the more powerful version.

The mid-size Peugeot Expert has also been refreshed with dramatic new front-end styling.

The electric Peugeot E-Expert has a 75kWh battery and a 136PS motor, with a WLTP quoted range of 217 miles. As with the Partner, a 7.4kW onboard charger is included with optional three-phase and fast-charging capability.

Diesel models use a 2.0-litre 120PS or 145PS engine, with six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic transmission. Prices start at £26,710 plus VAT, with the E-Expert from £36,210 (after PiVG). As with the Partner it will be offered in Professional and Asphalt trim levels.

The biggest van in the refreshed line-up is the new Peugeot Boxer, which has had less of a dramatic facelift but now gets LED front headlights and redesigned rear lights, with a smarter, higher quality interior. Again, both diesel and electric models are available.

The electric Peugeot E-Boxer uses a 270PS electric motor and has a 110kWh battery giving it a range of up to 261 miles, and an 11kW three-phase onboard charger is standard. It can also be fast-charged to 80 per cent in 55 minutes using a public fast charger.

Diesels come with a 2.2-litre engine with either 140PS or 180PS, with a choice of six-speed manual or eight-speed auto gearboxes. Prices start at £30,315 plus VAT, with the E-Boxer from £44,485 (after PiVG).

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Can my son reject a van he bought last August?

My son bought a 19 plate Citroen van from a Citroen dealership in August 2023 with a year warranty. Upon buying it was kept for two weeks whilst they fixed a faulty drivers seat. Since then the driveshaft has broken, there was an oil leak and there was a problem with the NHS door, The stop start has never worked. Citroen fixed all but the stop start wanting £250 to fix it. Now the clutch is starting to slip. Citroen are not taking any blame for this and have said they will strip it down to check for faults but if there aren’t any will charge £600 to put it back! The centre console electronics now intermittently work. What are his rights given all the faults with the vehicle. Can he reject it?
It is possible to reject a vehicle if certain conditions are met, such as the vehicle is not fit for purpose, of sufficient quality or not as described. The issue in this situation is the amount of time that has passed since the vehicle was purchased, as your consumer rights are somewhat diminished after six months, although the fact that it is still under warranty goes in your favour. You can read more about the process of rejecting a vehicle here:
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