We take a look at the Peugeot Boxer dimensions including the all important load lengths and cargo volumes. The Peugeot Boxer has been the “large van” in the manufacturer’s line-up for over three decades and is a shared platform with Citroen and Fiat.
Peugeot Boxer Load lengths
The Peugeot Boxer dimensions has three wheelbases starting at 3000mm (L1), the middle wheelbase is 3450mm (L2) and finally the longest at 4035mm (L3). Whilst there are three wheelbases, the Boxer has four load lengths, starting with L1 at 2670mm at the floor ( 2464mm at the mid-height with bulkhead). The L2 has a floor load length of 3120mm (2914mm at the mid-height with bulkhead), and the L3 has a floor load length of 3705mm (3555mm at the mid-height with bulkhead). The longest L4 has a floor load length of 4070mm (3920mm at the mid-height with bulkhead).
Peugeot Boxer Load Height
Just like the wheelbases there are three roof height, the lowest (H1) is 1662mm, the medium roof (H2) is 1932mm and the highest H3 measures 2172mm. The loading height varies between 535mm to 565mm dependent on the amount of load is in the van.
There are two heights and two widths as far as the side load door (SLD) is concerned, the L1/H1 is 1075mm wide and 1482mm high, for the remaining lengths its 1250mm wide. The SLD height on the H1 is 1485mm, and 1755mm on the H2 / H3. The rear doors are all 1562mm wide while the three heights are, the H1 is 1520mm, H2 is 1790mm with the H3 measuring 2030mm high.
Boxer Dimensions Overview
There are seven cargo volumes starting at 8m3 on the L1H1 up to 17m3 for the L4H3, with the ever popular L2H2 coming in at 11.5m3. The maximum width inside is constant throughout the range at 1870mm and between the wheel arches measures 1422mm.
The overall Boxer length are 4963mm on the L1, 5413mm on the L2, 5998mm on the L3 , finally 6363mm on the L4. The overall heights varying from the H1 at 2254mm, the H2 is 2522mm and H3 at 2760mm. The overall width excluding the mirrors remains constant at 2050mm.