Used Peugeot Boxer for sale
The Peugeot Boxer has been around since 2006, with a few facelifts along the way.
Due to its time on sale, the Boxer does feel a tad outdated if you've experienced newer vans, but if you go for a facelifted model, it's a decent used van purchase that does the basics well. Other highlights are expressed below.
- Good value
- No nonsense character
- Good economy considering size
Economy, Towing, and Performance
As a large van, economy is okay in the Boxer. New stricter WLTP standards mean later models seem less efficient. Therefore, you'll see anything from 25mpg to just under 40mpg.
All versions of the Peugeot Boxer can tow a 750kg unbraked trailer. Whilst braked towing capacity will depend on specific spec, but should be between 2,000kg and up to 3,000kg on some versions.
Performance wise, a large van is always going to be tricky to get used to, and the Boxer can be a little tiring to drive at times. Rivals such as the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and VW Crafter are much newer, offering a more refined driving experience and better performance.
Bodystyles, Payload, and Capacity
The large Peugeot Boxer is available in a number of varying panel van sizes, comprising of four body lengths, three wheelbases and three heights.
There's also the ability to find a used Boxer with a 'Tipper' bodystyle amongst other bodystlyes too.
Payloads therefore vary from as low as 1,155kg to 1,900kg. Load area ranges a lot too, with load lengths ranging from 2,670mm to 4,070mm, load heights ranging from 2,464mm to 3,920mm, and load widths all being 1,870mm.
You shouldn't have trouble with finding space in a Boxer, that's for sure.
Interior, Technology, and Safety
The interior vibe of the Peugeot Boxer is rather dated, but if you're after a no nonsense van and aren't too bothered about the interior being a bit utilitarian, it shouldn't be an issue.
The controls and overall layout is pretty old school, but it does the job. Tech is pretty basic but if you go for models from 2021, you'll get better standard equipment with the Boxer S coming with DAB, Bluetooth and USB connectivity.
Later Professional models get a touchscreen infotainment system with sat nav which lifts the interior quite a bit, whilst Asphalt models add a rear parking camera.
All Boxers are fitted with an immobiliser as standard, whilst Professional and Asphalt models get an alarm too. Safety equipment in the range includes electronic stability control, blind spot monitoring, and lane-keeping assist.
Is the Peugeot Boxer right for me?
If you're in the market for a no nonsense van with lots of room, a used Peugeot Boxer is ideal.
Due to the Boxer's age however, competition has moved on with models like the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and VW Crafter feeling a lot better built and having more about them - they will of course cost more, however.
Why buy a used van from Evans Halshaw?
Find your perfect used van at Evans Halshaw
At Evans Halshaw, we stock an exceptional range of used vans, with a comprehensive selection of quality, robust vehicles from compact vans to pickup trucks.
All of our vehicles are fully HPI checked, giving you peace of mind when making a decision. In addition, we're able to offer same-day delivery on a selection of used vans, meaning you never have to wait for the van you want.
If you're still in the market for your perfect used van, our friendly associates at your local Evans Halshaw dealership can help you find the vehicle that's ideal for you.