There’s lots to admire about the Peugeot Traveller, so let’s take a look at just some of the advantages of owning this capacious MPV. This versatile people carrier comes in three lengths: Compact, Standard and Long – choose the body style that best suits your needs.
Getting in and out of the Peugeot Traveller is easy, thanks to sliding side doors (which are power-operated on many models). The Peugeot Traveller is big. No matter which version you choose, passenger space is generous in each row.
A number of large MPVs are 7 seater cars, but the Peugeot Traveller goes one better by making room for eight.
This eight seater car features second and third rows that slide forwards and backwards, and split-fold too. Rows two and three can also be completely removed.
This is where the Traveller’s flexibility really comes into its own. Even the smallest version, the Compact, possesses a 640-litre load space (third row removed), which rises to 1,060 litres (second and third rows removed). Long iterations, meanwhile, have a maximum luggage volume of 3,700 litres. In this respect, the Traveller is just as capable as a regular Peugeot van.
The Peugeot Traveller comes with two diesel engine options, both of which make the vehicle surprisingly affordable to run. A 1.6-litre 115bhp unit, for instance, returns as much as 54.3mpg and produces 137g/km of CO2 (Standard and Long variants).
There are many more benefits to owning this superb MPV. If you would like further information about the Peugeot Traveller, please contact Specialist Cars Peugeot today to book your practical demonstration. We would be delighted to accompany you on a test drive too.