Peugeot Expert (2007–2016)

Last updated 25 June 2019

 
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Comes with pneumatic rear suspension which is height adjustable, long wheelbase and high roof versions available.
ESP wasn't fitted as standard, three star Euro NCAP crash rating not up to the standard of the Ford Transit Custom.
Updated 12 December 2012
Awarded three stars in Euro NCAP tests

The Expert was awarded 58 per cent for adult occupant safety and 86 per cent for child occupant safety while pedestrian safety was 26 per cent. The safety assist rating was poor at 26 per cent because...

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Introduction

The Peugeot Expert is a van that offers users all sorts of combinations to make it as useful as possible. Launched in 2007 to replace the one size fits all original Expert, the latest model is an altogether more complete machine.

It comes in standard form with a short wheelbase and low roof, though still able to swallow 5.0 cubic metres of cargo. From here, you can order the Expert with a longer wheelbase and with a high roof, freeing up to a maximum of 7.0 cubic metres of space. A new pneumatic rear suspension, available as an option, allows enables the rear load sill – and the overall height of the vehicle - to be lowered.

The load area of the Expert is much more cube-shaped than the previous model and it does everything expected of a modern commercial vehicle. It also provides a high level of protection for its payload, with well-designed lighting and robust, practical anchorage points. The loading area is also protected by side protectors fitted halfway up the side of the van.

There are three engine choices - a 1.6 HDi and two versions of the 2.0 HDi with either 120PS or 136PS. Both engines are refined, strong and have been designed for economy and durability. Service intervals are 20,000 miles and the Expert has also been designed to be easier and cheaper to repair in the event of an accident. For example, the headlamps are now equipped with special brackets which snap off in a collision at less than 10mph, protecting the headlamp and avoiding the need for a full replacement.

 

Used Buying Guide - Peugeot Expert

Good space, a well-thought out loading area, fine drive and decent standard equipment make the Peugeot Exprt an inexpensive workhorse. We tell you what to look out for when buying second hand.

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Peugeot Expert (1)

List Price from £20,145 +VAT
Buy new from £15,190 +VAT
Contract hire from £169.00 +VAT pm
Lease from £132.00 +VAT pm
 

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