peugeot partner the perfect partner for green van man

Friday, 1 May 2009

  • Peugeot’s New Partner Van is now available with a diesel particulate filter system (FAP)
  • CO2 emissions of 140 g/km and 53.3 mpg in the combined cycle
  • Peugeot undisputed leader of diesel particulate filter technology
  • Available in S L1 850 kg van version
  • £12,665 basic MRRP.

Peugeot will strengthen its green credentials further in the LCV Market with the introduction of a new 1.6 litre HDi 90 bhp engine, combined with an additive-enhanced diesel particulate filter system (FAP) in its New Partner van.

As the leading manufacturer of vehicles fitted with diesel particulate filter systems, Peugeot has set the standard for diesel engines and has given itself a leading position as regards future Euro V regulations, which will make it mandatory for all new diesel engine vehicles to be fitted with particulate filters from September 2009.

It was, in fact, January of this year that the 3 millionth vehicle equipped with the Group’s diesel particulate filter system (FAP) rolled off the assembly line at PSA Peugeot Citroën’s plant in Poissy, France. To date, over 1.6 million Peugeot models have been produced with this system

Peugeot’s patented, additive-based technology was first launched worldwide in May 2000 on the Peugeot 607, before gradually extending across the Peugeot car and LCV range. Today nine Peugeot models are available with diesel particulate filter systems including the Peugeot Expert and New Partner van.

Steadily improved over the years, Peugeot’s additive-based technology has proven its effectiveness in eliminating even the smallest particulates. The current technology, with its “Octosquare” filter technology and second generation additive, provides driver’s with a maintenance-free solution.

By including this engine option in the Partner van it further strengthens Peugeot leading position with regards to environmental protection and the production of clean, environmentally-friendly vehicles.

The 1.6 litre HDi FAP diesel engine fitted to the New Partner van is, first and foremost all about good performance including starting, acceleration, driveability and low fuel consumption. With a maximum torque of 158 lb ft at just 1,750 rpm, it has a very broad operating range, perfectly matched to the requirements of a light commercial vehicle. Another feature of this engine is its low fuel consumption of 53.3 mpg in the combined cycle and CO2 emissions of only 140 g/km when fitted to the L1 HDi 90 FAP 850 kg payload van.

Technical Data1.6 litre HDi 90 bhp FAP
  
ENGINE 
 Type Diesel Turbo
 16 Valve
Number of Cylinders4 Cylinder in-line
Capacity cm31,560
Maximum Power (bhp) @ engine speed (rpm)90 @ 4000
Maximum torque in (lb ft) @ engine speed (rpm)158 @ 1,750
  
PERFORMANCE  (half payload) 
Maximum speed in mph99
Acceleration (s) :  0-62 mph 14.1
  
CONSUMPTION (mpg) 
 Urban (ECE)44.1
 Extra Urban (EUDC)58.9
 Combined53.3
 Emission of CO2 (g/km) 140

Running Costs…

Low running costs are also an important consideration to owners. To help lower running costs, the new Partner van fitted with the HDi 90 FAP diesel engine also benefits from extended service intervals of 12,500 miles or 2 years.

The HDi 90 FAP diesel engine will be available in S trim level only.

ModelPayloadLoad volumeBasic price
S L1 1.6 HDi 90 FAP 850 850 kg 3.3 m3 £13,145

Standard equipment

  • Single passenger seat with fold-down back with cup holders
  • 15” steel wheels
  • Electric front windows
  • ABS and EBA
  • Driver airbag
  • Selective cab/load area central locking
  • Asymmetric steel rear 180o opening doors
  • Radio / MP3 compatible CD player with steering wheel mounted remote controls
  • Power steering
  • Driver’s ladder frame load protector
  • Height adjustable driver’s seat with armrest and storage drawer
  • Height and reach adjustable steering column
  • Overhead driver and passenger storage

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For more information, please contact Ian on 02476 884216 or Kevin 02476 884215.

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