Peugeot cuts £1,000 off Expert van prices

Price cut across all models, including electric e-Expert

Peugeot has applied a £1,000 price cut across the entire model range of its Expert van, including the fully electric e-Expert.

According to the French brand the move is aimed at “giving businesses and fleet customers the most transparent pricing possible.”

Expert prices now start at £22,995 (basic, excluding VAT), while the e-Expert costs from a basic price of £32,450 before factoring in the Government’s Plug-in Van Grant. This offers up to £6,000 depending on model.

Alongside the price changes Peugeot has made range-wide updates to the Expert line-up to mark the start of a new model year – this includes new names for each trim level, now dubbed S Premium, Professional Premium and Asphalt Premium.

Entry-level S Premium versions will only be available in Standard-length form, while Professional Premium and Asphalt Premium will also be offered in the Long-length version. Professional Premium can also be specified in a shortened Compact length, and Crew Van variants only come in this form.

The e-Expert is only available in the upper two trim levels and with either a 50kWh or 75kWh battery, no matter which length is specified. The 50kWh unit claims a WLTP-certified battery range of up to 143 miles between charges, the 75kWh extending this to 205 miles.

Peugeot Expert (2021) Rear

Both batteries are specified to accept rapid 100kW charging, a recharge to 80% capacity taking 30 minutes.

The only mechanical change to the internal combustion Experts is the availability of an eight-speed automatic gearbox with the 145hp diesel engine.

Standard on all Experts is Peugeot’s Connect SOS and assistance package and a free six-month subscription to the Free2Move Connect Fleet Telematics software. This offers fleet management, eco driving and geolocation packs.

Professional Premium trim adds a seven-inch colour touchscreen with DAB radio, Bluetooth hands-free phone connection and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration. Rear parking sensors, an alarm, air conditioning and automatic lights and windscreen wipers are also included.

Top-level Asphalt Premium trim adds the Park Assist system – this employs front and rear parking sensors with blind spot monitoring and and 180-degree rear parking camera.

Peugeot’s ‘Connected’ 3D Navigation system is also specified, including a three-year subscription to live traffic updates and 17-inch alloy wheels are fitted.

Andrew Charman
Andrew is the News and Road Test Editor for The Van Expert. He is a member of the Guild of Motoring Writers, and has been testing and writing about new cars and vans for more than 20 years, and attends many new model launches each year.

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