Peugeot Traveller is the ideal solution for transporting up to nine occupants in a stylish and elegant ‘Combispace’ vehicle. Peugeot’s mix of distinctive design features and cutting-edge technology has made the Traveller a benchmark model in its segment.
Peugeot offers the Traveller in two specifications: families and professionals. Adaptable for any situation, the Traveller Business can be called Peugeot’s largest family passenger car and can be configured to offer seating for up to nine people in multiple positions.
Choosing a van as a base for a modular luxury vehicle has many advantages, not least of all is the sheer space available to utilise.
Next, the Peugeot Traveller VIP – designed for professional use – can be configured with six or seven seats, offering four face-to-face individual leather armchairs for rear passengers as well as a multi-function roof with tri-zone climate control and LED mood lighting. Topping the Traveller range, the VIP trim can be converted into an office on wheels, enabling business professionals to keep tabs on their work while commuting or traveling.
The Peugeot Traveller’s modular interior can carry up to 1,500 litres of cargo. The van is available in two lengths: 4.95m or 5.3m. Despite its voluminous proportions, it is only 1.9m high, fitting easily into multi-storey car parks. One look at the Traveller, and you can instantly tell it is part of Peugeot’s passenger car range and not an LCV. In fact, the list of features on offer can also be found on the French carmaker’s flagship models.
Peugeot has ensured the Traveller does not skimp on either safety or creature comforts. The van’s claim to safety is backed by a five-star Euro NCAP rating. The luxury van offers hands-free sliding doors, head-up display and sign-reading speed limiter, and a panoramic glass roof. Active safety brakes, VisioPark reversing camera and blind spot warning systems take care of driver and occupants’ safety.
Peugeot offers two versions of the Traveller, geared towards families and professionals.
Additionally, there is a 3D voice-controlled navigation system and integrated Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink software in the infotainment unit. Peugeot has designed the Traveller with sleek lines and compact overhangs to communicate a modern profile.
Powering the luxury people carrier is a Euro4 compliant BlueHDi diesel engine good for 150hp, blending driving pleasure and fuel efficiency in just the right proportions. Peugeot claims a maximum fuel efficiency figure of 17.3 kmpl, which is impressive considering the numerous capabilities it possesses.