|New Peugeot Traveler 2017 audit|
Seven-seater individuals transporters are all exceptionally well, however for individuals with greater families nothing can beat the inside and out conveying limit of a van. The Peugeot Traveler is the MPV rendition of the new Peugeot Expert van, and it will convey eight full-sized grown-ups with space to save. It has two sister models as the Toyota Proace Verso and the Citroen SpaceTourer, yet Peugeot is pointing the Traveler at purchasers who need somewhat more extravagance from their kin movers.
|New Peugeot Traveler 2017 review|
Our standard-wheelbase model had adequate space for six-foot travelers in every one of the three columns. It additionally offered a strong 640-liter boot space even with all seats in position yet that space is exceptionally tall and shallow so it isn't exactly as useful as the numbers propose. Evacuating the cumbersome seats is no little operation, however in the event that you figure out how to hurl them out you'll be compensated with a limit of 3,200 liters of space up to the window line. That is genuinely (and obviously) van-like.
|New Peugeot Traveler 2017 interior|
Indeed, even section level Active trim gets a lot of treats like double zone atmosphere control, journey control, programmed lights and wipers, and a smooth 7-inch infotainment framework offering Bluetooth and DAB availability. Our Allure model added to this with electric and warmed front seats, an all encompassing glass rooftop, a heads-up showcase, xenon headlights and keyless section. Sat-nav is a £240 alternative, yet Allure models do get cowhide trim to add to the extravagance feel. The inside is very much planned and trimmed in genuinely top of the line materials, yet the Traveler can't coordinate the Volkswagen Caravelle for inside quality.
|full interior New Peugeot Traveler 2017|
Moving is the place the case for a more auto like individuals bearer begins to bode well. In spite of the fact that there's a lot of modification in the seat and directing wheel, the driving position is unflinchingly upright and won't suit drivers with long legs. The enormous inside increases street and wind clamor, making for a genuinely loud ride, despite the fact that it's agreeable even without a heap in the back.
Execution from the 148bhp 2.0-liter diesel isn't shining, however it has solid in-rigging pace – it's only a disgrace the six-speed gearbox has such a free, loose activity. The Traveler is anything but difficult to drive, however, with awesome all-round perceivability affability of that high-set driving position. It feels littler out and about than its size as well, and it handles flawlessly enough.