PEUGEOT CURTAINSIDE VAN

Peugeot Built for Business Curtainside Vans offer enclosed bodywork, providing protection from the weather and a high-volume load space, while offering more loading flexibility.

 

PEUGEOT CURTAINSIDE VAN WEIGHTS & DIMENSIONS

Model

L3 Single Cab

L4 Single Cab

Wheelbase

4,035mm

4,035mm

Internal length

3,480mm

4,150mm

Internal width

2,057mm

2,057mm

Internal height

2,350mm

2,350mm

Volume

17m3

20m3

Payload*

965kg

879kg


In addition to wide opening, full-height rear doors, the heavy-duty PVC curtains fitted to both sides of the body can be positioned to make it easy to load the front or rear of the load space, by forklift, from either side.

When closed, the side curtains are tensioned both horizontally and vertically to provide a taut, weather-tight body side. If easy loading from either side by forklift is a priority, the Peugeot Boxer’s Curtainside trailer is a user-friendly option.

The body can be loaded from the rear through the full height and width GRP “barn doors”, equipped with externally mounted locks, as well as from either side.

Two body variants are provided based on the Boxer L3 Single Cab and L4 Single Cab offering up to 20m3 of load space for L4 models. Standard construction offers payloads of up to 965kgs* for L3 models. Standard equipment includes an LED interior light and external side marker lights. The front bulkhead is equipped with a kick strip along the lower edge to guard against damage.

Peugeot Curtainside van options include;

  • a 500kg capacity column tail lift
  • a choice of roller shutter closures in place of the rear barn doors
  • steps and grab handles to aid access to the body
  • additional load restraint hooks fitted in the floor

In addition to the comprehensive standard specification, which includes;

  • air conditioning
  • an uprated battery
  • heavy-duty rear suspension

Peugeot Curtainside van models are available in five solid cab colours and two metallic colours.

*Payload (excluding driver) is calculated including oil, water, lubricants, tools, spare wheel and 90 per cent full fuel tank. When calculating the payload, an average figure for the driver is 75kg (Please note: drivers’ weights will vary). Additional passengers and accessories must be taken into account. It is the operator’s responsibility that the plate weights are not exceeded. Please note: Masses and Dimensions are subject to 8% engineering tolerances.

For more information give us a call today on 01586 552 030 or use the enquiry form above