Monday 15th October 2012
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Let us know about your experience of the Peugeot Boxer. We want to hear what you think and if you had to replace any parts then we want to know how they performed. Leave your review in the comments box at the bottom of the page.

Peugeot Boxer Overview

The Peugeot Boxer is classed as a large panel van which is also available in other variants, such as minibus and high tops to name but a few. This vehicle is produced by the French manufacturing company PSA Peugeot Citroen Group. This van is also sold as the Fiat Ducato and the Citroen Relay, as it is produced at the same factory, with almost identical vans but for a few changes made by each manufacturer. The diesel engines for the Boxer are well refined and good performers and this is a more expensive version compared with the Citroen Relay. What do you think of this version compared with its sister versions, the Fiat Ducato and Citroen Relay?

Peugeot Boxer History

The first generation (1994-2006) Peugeot Boxer was a quality designed van which came in a few different engine choices. These engines were pretty good economically, and all complied with Euro 3 standards. This van was available in many different variations and was available to customise, to meet the requirements of the user. In 2003 this vehicle had a makeover which mainly affected the front grille design as well as a few other exterior changes. The second generation (2006-present) is the current version in production and was brought out in 2006. This version is slightly larger than its predecessor and the weight loads were increased, with up to 4 tonne weight load. Again there were new engines added to the range, improving economy and performance in the process.


Van Crew Cab Chassis Cab Dropside Platform Cab Minibus

Fuel Economy

There has been a wide variety of engines available for this vehicle. The petrol engine is a 2.0L which is no longer available, and the diesel engines are 1.9, 2.0, 2.2, 2.3, 2.5, 2.8 and 3.0L depending on which year. The most economical of the available engines are the smaller diesel engines which are pretty good economically. Take into consideration the age, fuel type and engine size of the vehicle when thinking fuel economy.


The gearboxes available for the Peugeot Boxer are the 4 speed automatic and 5 and 6 speed manuals. Which gearbox do you have for your Boxer and how did it perform? We have a section of our website dedicated to Peugeot gearbox parts where you can find your Boxer gearbox parts.


If you need parts for your Peugeot Boxer then look no further. Our vast network of UK Breakers has parts available for all makes and models of vehicle. You can enter your vehicle details in our part finder to search through our network of Breakers or visit the Boxer parts page to locate the exact part you need for your vehicle. Check our Boxer problems page here if you are looking for a solution to your problem parts.