Also covering the brand’s electric e-Expert van, all models have had their prices slashed by £1,000, meaning the regular model is now available from £22,995, and the electric e-Expert from £32,450 – both prices here are excluding VAT.
Peugeot has also revised its trim level names, with the new grades called S Premium, Professional Premium and Asphalt Premium.
Standard equipment includes electric and heated door mirrors, cruise control, DAB radio and six months of ‘Free2Move’ telematics service. Upgrade to Professional Premium, and you get a seven-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, rear parking sensors, automatic lights and wipers and rear parking sensors.
At the top of the range is the Asphalt Premium, which adds 17-inch alloy wheels, a head-up display, a reversing camera and a suite of driver assistance technology that makes the Expert ideal for longer trips.
The Expert is also an ideal model to convert into a camper van thanks to its generous size, good on-road dynamics and car-like interior.
Peugeot has also introduced a new eight-speed automatic transmission to its Blue HDI 145 diesel engine, in response to customer demand.
Julie David, managing director, Peugeot UK, said: “With the latest range updates, we’ve made the Expert and the popular full electric e-Expert even more appealing and accessible to fleets and businesses. The introduction of a new automatic engine on the Expert reflects our aim to always listen and respond to evolving customer expectations.”
August 13, 2021