Peugeot Traveller MPV offers up to nine seats

Sister model to Citroen SpaceTourer will also debut at Geneva show

A new Peugeot MPV with seating for up to nine will launch at March’s Geneva Motor Show. The Peugeot Traveller is a sister model to both the Citroen SpaceTourer and Toyota Proace.

It boasts a five-star Euro NCAP crash-test rating and will be powered by BlueHDi diesel engines that comply with the latest Euro 6 emissions regulations. Power outputs range from 94 to 178bhp, with the most efficient version returning 55.3mpg and 133g/km CO2 emissions.

Peugeot Traveller engines

The Peugeot Traveller will be available with the following range of diesel engines and gearboxes:

- 1.6 BlueHDi 94bhp five-speed manual (51.3mpg, 144g/km CO2)

- 1.6 BlueHDi 94bhp six-speed automatic (54.3mpg, 135g/km CO2)

- 1.6 BlueHDi 113bhp six-speed manual (55.3mpg, 133g/km CO2)

- 2.0 BlueHDi 148bhp six-speed manual (53.2mpg, 139g/km CO2)

- 2.0 BlueHDi 178bhp six-speed automatic (48.7mpg, 151g/km CO2)

Interior space

As standard, the Traveller will have 1,500 litres of boot space – or 4,900 with all seats removed. It’ll also be available in three body lengths: 4.6m (called XS), 4.95m (called M) and 5.3m (called XL). Even the shortest XS version will be available with nine seats.

Trim levels and equipment

The standard Peugeot Traveller MPV, aimed at private buyers, will be available with five, seven or eight seats and in two different trim levels: Active and Allure.

The Peugeot Traveller Business, aimed at corporate customers such as the airport and hotel VIP shuttle market, is availabe with five or nine seats, while the range-topping Business Plus is available with six or seven seats. The six-seat version (pictured above) includes four face-to-face individual leather armchairs in the back, triple-zone climate control and soft interior lighting.

Other features offered on the Traveller include hands-free sliding doors, xenon headlights, a head-up display, 17-inch alloy wheels, a glass roof, a voice-controlled navigation system, a rear-view parking camera and a driver drowsiness detection system.

Price and on-sale date

There are no confirmed UK prices for the Peugeot Traveller just yet, but they should be revealed, along with an on-sale date, in the next few months.

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