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Peugeot at the CV Show 2018 - launch of the Built for Business conversions range

  • Show debut for Built for Business conversion range
  • Partner, Expert and Relay all on display
  • Peugeot shares stand space with Citroen

Written by CJ Hubbard Published: 25 April 2018 Updated: 25 April 2018

Peugeot is using the CV Show 2018 as the launchpad for its new Built for Business range of van conversions – which will be available to order for quick delivery direct from Peugeot van dealers.

Beyond this, you can also see examples of every model in the current Peugeot van range – including the Boxer, Expert and Partner.

As usual, the Peugeot stand is right next to the Citroen stand at the show, allowing visitors to see both PSA brands in close proximity. Handy if you’re having trouble deciding which of them you prefer…

Peugeot Built for Business conversions at the CV Show 2018

As we’ve already reported in full, Peugeot is launching a new range of Built for Business conversions, with all six initial versions based on the Boxer large van.

Peugeot Boxer Built for Business Low-Floor Luton conversion at the CV Show 2018 has an enormous load area

The example on display at the show is Low-Floor Luton, which offers not only ease of loading but a massive 22 cubic metres of load space. We almost can’t emphasise enough just how enormous this thing is in person. It is huge.

There’s also a Peugeot Boxer-based tipper on the Ingimex stand if you’re keen to see one of those.

New Peugeot Built for Business van conversions

Peugeot Expert, Partner and Boxer vans at the CV Show 2018

Elsewhere on the stand Peugeot is promoting a number of its more conventional vans as well.

Peugeot Expert at the CV Show 2018

The Expert is on display in its smallest Compact form complete with Grip Control feature for low-traction surfaces, and as a Long Crew Van in top spec Professional Plus trim.

Peugeot Partner Electric in Royal Mail livery at the CV Show 2018

The Partner is once again appearing in Electric guise complete with Royal Mail livery. This electric van falls someway short of the rival Renault Kangoo ZE and Nissan e-NV300 for driving range these days, but counters with attractive value, so it’s still worth a look.

Peugeot Boxer at the CV Show 2018

Finally, in addition to the Boxer Low-Floor Luton conversion, Peugeot is showing the smallest L1 H1 panel van variant – which remains popular.

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