2019 Peugeot Expert. The Expert was initially revealed at a special event at PSA’s Sevelnord plant in France at the end of last month, where it was announced that the van will be based on the new Efficient Modular Platform 2 (EMP2) and will boast improved efficiency and lower running costs from a range of BlueHDi diesel engines. The characteristics of the 2019 Peugeot Expert, with three lengths and load tracking system Moduwork. It’s all new, 2019 Peugeot Expert, son of a project on a modern platform and driver assistance technologies borrowed from the world of “automotive”. Let’s see the list prices, put in the street included and excluded Vat and Ipt, in addition to stamp on the certificate of conformity.
The modular design of the 2019 Peugeot Expert is reflected in two wheelbases, which have been combined to offer three different body lengths. The smallest option is 4.60 metres, with medium and longer lengths at 4.95 metres and 5.30 metres respectively. Peugeot CEO Maxime Picat said: “The innovative design allows us to offer best in class efficiency figures in terms of CO2 and fuel economy. It’s our trump card in winning over new customers in the LCV sector.” The 2019 Peugeot Expert has also been awarded the maximum 5-star rating in EuroNCAP tests, helped by a host of safety features on board, with adaptive cruise control, a speed limiter, road-sign reading and recommendations, lane departure warning, driver attention alert and an active safety brake all available.
Other tech on offer includes a 7-inch touchscreen with voice-operated connected 3D satellite navigation, a head-up display and a ‘Mirror Screen’ function that is compatible with Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink technology. The ‘Top Rear Vision’ system also makes parking easier, as when the vehicle approaches an obstacle the rear camera zooms in to provide a 180-degree seen from above angle for a more precise display of the remaining distance. Conventional front and rear parking sensors are also available. In addition, it can come with unique hands-free sliding doors, which can be opened or closed with your hands full. The system will also close the doors then lock the vehicle automatically as you drive away.
The platform’s reinforced structure supports a payload of up 1,400kg and allows the van to tow up to 2.5 tonnes. 2019 Peugeot Expert will also be offered as a double cab and flatbed. Efficiency is likely to be the main selling point though, as the range of BlueHDi engines combined with the weight savings gained from the new platform considerably cut emissions and improve fuel economy. There are three 1.6-litre diesel engines, ranging from 95 bhp to 115 bhp, with the most frugal offering 55.3 mpg and 133 g/km CO2 emissions. There are also three more-powerful 2.0-litre diesels, with the range-topper offering 180 bhp with 46.3 mpg and 151 g/km.
With 115 horsepower engine respective prices are 21,000 and 21,650 euros; for the 120 horses starting from the Standard equipment to 22,450 dollars, then there is the Long to 23,200; same offer for 150 horsepower engine, to 23,100 and 24,650 euros. Let’s move on to the Premium version. 95 horsepower engine: Compact 22,500 euro Standard euro 21,850; for the engine by 115 horses we 22,600 and 23,250 euro respectively. For the 120 horses are 23,400 and 24,050 euros, plus there’s the set up Long at 24,800 euros. On the engine from 150 horsepower from Standard to 24,700 euros, while Long is offered at 26,250 euro.
There is also the version with 180 horsepower engine: Standard equipment costs 26,700 euros and the Long 28,050 euros. The 2019 Peugeot Expert Has Updated Technological Contents And Efficient Engines. The floor is born EMP2 and also declines Combi, with 9 seats. Best consumption with engine start-stop 1.6 115 horses and BlueHdi serial, 5.1 liter/& 100 km. The mighty 180 horsepower turbo diesel engine with 6-speed automatic transmission stop and start and is the most “thirsty”, while remaining on values of 5.9 liters per 100 km on the combined cycle.