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History of Peugeot Boxer

The Peugeot Boxer van is manufactured by Sevel, as a joint venture between Fiat and PSA Peugeot Citroen. The Boxer has been around since 1994 when it replaced the J5. This large panel van heads up the French manufacturer''s light commercial vehicle range. The Peugeot Boxer is a reliable van with no major reported issues. There have been two generations of the Boxer produced to date, each one receiving a facelift.

As Peugeot''s largest panel van, the Boxer is the French marque''s flagship light commercial vehicle. It''s also badged as the Citroen Relay and Fiat Ducato. The Peugeot Boxer is manufactured at the Sevel factory in Italy.

First generation Peugeot Boxer 1994 - 2006

The first generation of the Peugeot Boxer was launched in 1994. It came with a choice of diesel engines ranging from 1.9 to 2.5 litres, all of which conformed to Euro 3 standards. There was also the option of a five-speed manual or a four-speed automatic gearbox. The three wheelbases and four gross vehicle weights presented a total of 140 variants.

In 2002, the Boxer received a facelift that added rear and side bumper mouldings and revised the front grille. All engines became HDi common rail versions and were available in 2.0, 2.2 and 2.8 litre variants. The new Peugeot Boxer had improved sound insulation that reduced the noise inside the cabin to within three decibels of that of an average saloon.

Second generation Peugeot Boxer 2006 - present

Launched in June 2006, the second generation of the Boxer offered great comfort and ergonomics, making it more driver and passenger friendly. The Mk2 Peugeot Boxer is available in a range of variants, making it ideal for a variety of people and transport activities. There are three body lengths, three wheelbase lengths, two roof heights and four body styles available. The engines include a 2.2 HDi four-cylinder diesel with either 100 bhp or 120 bhp, and a 3.0 L diesel with 157 bhp.

There was a comprehensive facelift for the 2014 model, which rivals the likes of the Ford Transit and Mercedes Sprinter. In terms of styling, the Boxer borrows cues from Peugeot''s latest passenger car range. The Peugeot Boxer now has a higher quality interior, lots more equipment and an improved engine range than its predecessor. As a panel van, the Boxer has a capacity of 1,115kg to 1,900kg.