Peugeot Traveller (2016–)
New Peugeot Traveller unveiled
All-new MPV will be based on Peugeot’s Modular Platform 2’ (EMP2) to provide top quality, efficiency and record fuel consumption levels for the segment.
The Traveller will be available in two ranges, each with two levels of finish: For private individuals, a Multi Purpose Vehicle (MPV) with Active and Allure trim levels available in five, seven or eight seat versions. For professional people carriers, the shuttle with Business trim levels is available (in five to nine seat versions) and the range-topping Business Plus is available in six or seven seat versions.
Its Euro6 BlueHDi engines are equipped with pollution control technology on the market with a SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) system upstream of the DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter). The engines offer up to 180PS and 400Nm. Due to this technology, the Traveller range boasts an average CO2 emission level of just 140g/km.
The engine line-up:
- 1.6 L BlueHDi 95hp, 5-speed manual gearbox from 51.3mpg | CO 2 at 144g/km;
- 1.6 L BlueHDi 95hp S&S, ETG6 controlled gearbox from 54.3mpg | CO 2 at 135g/km
- 1.6 L BlueHDi 115hp S&S, 6-speed manual gearbox from 55.3mpg | CO 2 at133g/km;
- 2.0 L BlueHDi 150hp S&S, 6-speed manual gearbox from 53.2mpg | CO 2 at 139g/km;
- 2.0 L BlueHDi 180hp S&S, EAT6 automatic gearbox from 48.7mpg | CO 2 at 151g/km 1 .
On board, the Traveller promises calm and comfortable journeys due to dynamic ride and handling qualities, as well as luxury comfort and ambience. Multiple configurations up to eight seats and a wide range of equipment, sometimes exclusive in the segment, make the Traveller a vehicle that adapts to everyday life.
Features will include hands-free sliding side doors, head-up display and road sign reading system with speed-limiter recommendation. The vehicle will also be equipped with new voice-control connected navigation and real-time traffic information, VisioPark 1 reversing camera with 180° overhead rear view and rear view zoom, or Driver Attention Alert.