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PEUGEOT'S UTILITY VEHICLES HISTORY

PEUGEOT History
PEUGEOT History

PEUGEOT'S UTILITY VEHICLES HISTORY

Very early on PEUGEOT complied with and fulfilled the demands of professionals. PEUGEOT’s vans are a such internationally-renowned for their reliability and durability.

1895

Peugeot Type 13 launched

Utility vehicles – photo of the Peugeot type 13 launched in 1895

Peugeot’s Type 13, built as a « delivery omnibus » offers a payload capacity of 500 kg and is one of a long series of utility vehicles.

1922

Light UVs are inspired by passenger vehicles

Utility vehicles – 1922 photo of a Peugeot Charette Normande

The small 163 proposes several models, from the « Normandy cart » to various small vans.

1938

Tarpaulin-covered trucks become common for the 02, 03 and 04

Utility vehicles – tarpaulin-covered truck in 1938

They are highly-appreciated in rural areas and in African countries.

1950

The first front-wheel drive panel vans

Utility vehicles – 1950 front-wheel drive panel van

The D3A, a version that would continue as the D4, then as the J7 (1965) and as the J9 (1980).

1980

PSA and Fiat partner

Utility vehicles – 1980 collaboration begins between PSA and Fiat to produce vans

The manufacturers partner to produce vans and J5 variations, replaced in 1994 by the Boxer, which is still available today.

1996

Launch of the Partner

Utility vehicles – the Peugeot Partner Combispace makes its appearance in 1996

The small Partner vans were launched followed by the Bipper in 2007, which is also proposed in passenger versions.

2016

Launch of the New Expert

With its distinct design, the new PEUGEOT Expert openly displays its robustness and modernity. And to even better meet your business needs, the New Expert comes in several versions: van, platform cab, extended cab and Combi with up to 9 seats.