The Peugeot Traveler was officially launched at the Geneva Motor Show in 2016. It was as a replacement for the French company’s other minivan, the Peugeot Expert Tepee. Technically and visually, it is the same with the Toyota Pro Ace Verso, Citroen Spacetourer, and the Opel Zafira Life as all three were manufactured through a successful partnership.
Locally, the Peugeot Traveler was introduced in 2017 as their stunning entry to the rising demand for automobiles with VIP shuttle features.
The Peugeot Traveler measures 4956mm long, 1,920mm wide, and 1940mm tall. It is majestically big with sculpted dramatic curves and refined lines. Highlights include the high vertical radiator grille encased in chrome-plated surround, Xenon headlamps with LED daytime running lights, front LED fog lamps, rain-sensing front wipers, time adjustable rear wiper, power-folding and electric side mirrors, door handles in chrome trim, a heated rear window opening, and panoramic roof windows with LED ambient lighting.
Supporting this luxurious multi-purpose vehicle is a set of 17-inch alloy wheels.
As expected, the cabin of the Peugeot Traveler is sophisticatedly roomy. It offers premium features drivers and passengers will love such as Claudia leather-covered seats and trims, power lumbar and massage function at the first-row seat, captain seats at the second-row seats, sliding and tilting seats the third-row seats, telescopic and adjustable tilt steering wheel, a head-up display, automatic three-zone climate control with rear vents, power windows, a lounge table that folds and slides, four 12V sockets, one 220V socket, and footstep lighting.
Technology & Safety Features
The Peugeot Traveler is equipped with a seven-inch capacitive display with MP3, Mirror link, Bluetooth, and USB connectivity.
In terms of safety, this premium minivan is built with four airbags, an anti-lock braking system with electronic brakeforce distribution, brake assist, electronic stability program, seat belts pretensioners, child safety lock, front and rear parking sensors, hill start assist, tire pressure warning loss indicator, cruise control, and ISOFIX anchors for child seats.
Platform & Chassis
The Peugeot Traveler is built using the EMP2 platform. It is equipped with a pseudo-McPherson front axle suspension at the front and axle with a deformable cross member at the rear. Its braking power is assisted by ventilated discs at the front and rear.
Engine & Drivetrain
The Peugeot Traveler is a front-wheel-drive vehicle that runs using a 2.0-liter BlueHDi diesel engine with high pressure turbocharged direct injection. It is mated with a six-speed efficient automatic transmission capable of producing 150 horsepower with 370 Newton meters of torque.