Tag Archives: Peugeot

EXPERT OPINION | Van Review

 Is this the best-kept secret in the medium-sized van market? Warren Caves investigates A renewed focus on the Australian market prompted Peugeot Australia to release a trio of light-commercial vehicles onto the local market in 2019. The Expert mid-sized van sits nicely between the smaller Partner and larger Boxer offered by Peugeot to compete with the likes of the Hyundai ...

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BOXING CLEVER | Van Review – Peugeot Boxer

Peugeot now adds the third piece to its small to medium van collection. Peugeot is now making significant traction in the van segment as buyers come to appreciate the often quirky, but always stylish, approach of this French manufacturer to the task of shifting goods in an urban environment. The Boxer takes Peugeot on a new route, moving into a ...

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STELLANTIS | TRANSPORT NEWS -50/50 merger of Peugeot S.A. (“Groupe PSA”) and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V.

The first quarter of 2021 is expected to cement the 50/50 merger of  Peugeot S.A. (“Groupe PSA”) and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. with the resultant group to operate under the new corporate name of Stellantis. The name Stellantis comes from a derivation of the Latin verb “stello” meaning “to brighten with stars”. It is completely irrelevant to any form of ...

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THE PREFERENCE FOR PUGS | Van Review – Peugeot

Peugeot focuses on reinvention and rejuvenation of the brand It’s the newest small van to launch onto the Australian market and if you go for the top of the line model it’s full of technical innovation and safety equipment that would impress even a prestige car owner. But we are talking here of the entry-level Peugeot Partner, a small van ...

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Expert Advice | Van Review

Peugeot strengthens its focus on the Australian LCV market European mid-size vans have taken the fight to the established Asian brands in recent years and the reasons are easy to understand. European vans have long enjoyed a reputation for incorporating higher levels of safety, improved standards of ride and handling and for offering more comfort to minimise driver fatigue. They’re ...

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Peugeot Partner wins the  “Compact High Cube Van” category at the Great British Fleet Awards for the second consecutive year.| TRANSPORT NEWS

PEUGEOT Partner has won the ‘Compact High Cube Van’ award in the Fleet World Great British Fleet Awards for the second successive year. Partner has been racking up the awards since before its UK launch last year. This latest award is the third for Partner so far in 2020, which recently went on sale in Australia. According to the Great ...

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THE FRENCH RECONNECTION – VAN Review : Peugeot returns to the Australian LCV market

 Peugeot returns to the Australian LCV market By Richard Robertson The combined entity of French brands Peugeot and Citroen has always been a niche player in Australia, even though Citroen celebrates its centenary here this year. From peak sales figures of close to 13,000 in 2007, combined brand sales dwindled to just over 4000 in 2016 and the following year, ...

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The French Reconnection | VAN REVIEW – Peugeot

Peugeot returns to the Australian LCV market  By Richard Robertson The combined entity of French brands Peugeot and Citroen has always been a niche player in Australia, even though Citroen celebrates its centenary here this year. From peak sales figures of close to 13,000 in 2007, combined brand sales dwindled to just over 4000 in 2016 and the following year, ...

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