Peugeot is adapting its utility vehicles
PSA Group: the utility vehicles Peugeot Boxer and Citroën Jumper are now consistent with the European norm
Four models of the utility diesel vehicles family from PSA group, are concerned by the Euro IV update on engines: the VUL Peugeot Boxer, the Expert and the Citroen Jumper and Jumpy. The French firm has equipped its models with powerful 2.0L engine responding to the requirements of the European regulation in force.
This 4 cylinders’ engine is not only less polluting than its predecessor but also less gas-guzzler, reducing that way the pollutant emissions and the diesel consumption.
This new block will be baptised BlueHDi in reference to the fluid AdBlue which is used to eliminate carbon monoxide polluting particles.
PSA group reassures its clients about the AdBlue’s autonomy
Some clients of the French brand are preoccupied by the potentials upkeep due to the addition of the AdBlue injection. PSA group was particularly keen to reassure its potentials buyers on the autonomy of the AdBlue fuel tank: 6200 miles (10 000 KM) which represent the average distance travelled in one season. This means that the owners of the new utility diesel vehicles Euro VI can restock their fuel tank in AdBlue, during the annual car inspection.
For those who drive more than 10 000 km per year, have nothing to be afraid of. PSA group’s utility vehicles are equipped with a warning system which warns the driver before the tank runs all dry. This way you can refuel, either by going to see your dealership or by yourself (for the most handyman).
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