2019 – PEUGEOT BOXER

As one of the leaders in the light commercial vehicle market (VUL) in Europe, Peugeot continues to expand its portfolio in Brazil and launches the new Peugeot Boxer in its van version. The arrival of the utility completes the more robust and diversified range of the domestic market of vans, next to the Partner in the segment of small commercials, and the Expert, in the versions passenger and passenger, between the middle. In a promotional launch, the van arrives in the country at a special price of R $ 117,171. The suggested value after the action will be R $ 139,490.The new Peugeot Boxer, which has been validated for more than 4 million kilometers and tested in extreme conditions, offers quality, robustness and durability in addition to a wide load capacity – one of the best in the segment, with 13m³ of body space and more than 1,600kg. That is, a modern van, designed for professionals, whether fleet or freelancer, who need a vehicle to streamline your business.More than a van, whether for professionals, fleets or companies, Peugeot’s new light utility is designed to usher in a new era in the commercial utility sector and meet the multiple uses of a professional clientele with high demands in terms of quality, cost of use and daily efficiency.

In this sense, the new 2.0 Turbo Diesel BlueHDi engine steals the scene. The most modern, powerful technological and economic in its category in the country, the engine still has the lowest pollutant emission index of the segment, receiving the seal B of energy efficiency of Inmetro. With a maximum power of 130 hp at 3,500 rpm and a maximum torque of 340 Nm at 1,750 rpm, the new Peugeot Boxer becomes an excellent choice for any type of use. Whether in town or on the road, the vehicle gains in performance, agility and economy, showing that there are no challenges too big for itSignature PeugeotRegarding its exterior, the new Peugeot Boxer is a vehicle with a bold design and lines that refer to a strong and modern identity. Integrating the stylistic codes of the French brand, adapted to the world of the commercial vehicle, the van is noticed wherever it transits. A utility vehicle should be practical, sturdy and reliable features more than present in the new Peugeot Boxer. Everything to value the image of the professionals and companies themselves.The new front evokes power and sturdiness. The hood has salient lines, underlined by the brand’s block. The wide front grille is surrounded by a gray metallic frieze that appears to be cut inside the hood block.

The new Peugeot Boxer adopts an expressive, feline and technological look, marked by the continuity of the front grille to halogen headlamps, with height adjustment. Its stunning new bumper provides maximum protection and integrates two circular elements at the bottom. Right above, two rectangular niches serve as a step to facilitate the cleaning of the windshield.The rear is highlighted by the brand’s emblem and a new light signature, which highlights the launch’s modernity and ensures better lateral visibility of the rear illumination.Superior Comfort and FunctionalityIts interior, functional and comfortable, also gains in elegance and quality that leap to the eye. The steering wheel adopts a more modern and functional design, guaranteeing maneuverability and safety. The launch also has a wide range of equipment, which can transform the cabin into a true mobile office, maximizing comfort, practicality and efficiency.The model was designed to provide the greatest possible comfort for drivers and passengers and to reduce human wear even during long working hours in intense urban traffic, which ends up generating greater productivity.

The ergonomics, totally designed for the professional use of the passenger compartment, make the steering of the vehicle a differentiated experience. The panel has been raised, providing comfort and practicality, since all the commands, alerts and indicators are in a position of easy visualization and access. Both the arm rest (for the driver) and the shift lever complement each other in a minimum space prepared for the driver’s well-being and rest.Two center sockets, one 12V and one USB, complete the extremely functional panel, which also consists of independent door locking buttons, air conditioning and ventilation. Above, the vehicle offers a clamp that allows to transform the console of the van into a practical desk, that is always kept within the reach of the eyes and the hands of the driver.In terms of practicality and organization, the new Peugeot Boxer has a great diversity of cases and spaces to facilitate the daily work. In total, up to 10 spaces can be counted, in particular the locked glove compartment, a key-free locker, a central console and doors, and a large space with a capacity of up to 22 liters of useful volume, in the upper part of the cabin. The advantage of this last space is the description in relation to who is outside the vehicle, emphasizing the safety of the conditioned load.

In the place.Another important factor in relation to competitors is the comfort and ergonomics of the seats, both for the passengers and for the driver. Designed and developed to ensure maximum comfort to generate greater disposition and less wear and tear on workers, thus increasing productivity. The seats are equipped with removable height adjustable headrests, as well as an armrest, and for the driver’s seat, specific adjustment for the lumbar.The Differentials of the Boxer on AsphaltThe new Peugeot Boxer is a standout not only for the provocative design, agility and economy of its engine, but also for its intelligent architecture, designed to provide useful volume and quick, versatile and practical access – either from the rear or side doors – to the cargo compartment. Check out some of the surprising numbers of the van:

Versatility with the large sliding side door with 1562 mm and size dimensioned to ensure easy access to the cargo compartment, as well as loading materials through forklifts. Rear doors also have opening up to 270º. Ideal angulation to favor loads and movements around the vehicle. Another differential is the distance between the wheel housings of 1.422 mm and a maximum inner width of 1870 mm. Definitely an imposing setup, prepared to streamline processes and increase the productivity of the van; Even with so many predicates extolling the performance of the new Peugeot Boxer, the technological excellence, mechanical reliability and energy efficiency (low fuel consumption and emission of pollutants) of the 2.0 Turbo Diesel BlueHDi engine form an unbeatable tripod in the category. Under the hood, it generates a maximum power of 130 hp at 3,500 rpm and a maximum torque of 340 Nm at 1,750 rpm. The engine still records the lowest consumption of the category, making 9.5 km / l in the city and 9.6 km / l on the road. Thanks to the emission control system coupled to the engine, it is also the least polluting, emitting only 206 g / km of CO²;- The mechanics of the new Peugeot Boxer is another quality differential. The van is manufactured with the modern and robust mechanical base of the European model, but completely adapted to the Brazilian roads and highways, citing as example the increase of 10 mm in height compared to the ground compared to the brother of the old continent. The six-speed manual transmission, the reinforced suspension package and the oversized brake system are also highlights for our reality.

The model is the most complete, with most technological security items as standard in its category in the country. Equipment such as the ESP (Electronic Stability Program), which includes the Adaptive Load Control (ASR), ASR (anti-roll) and Ramp Start Assist functions ensure more assertive and safe driving;- Practicality, quality and comfort are adjectives that summarize the interior of the new Peugeot Boxer. All the interior, from the thickness of the seats, adjustments of the seats (including for the lumbar in the case of the driver), position and size of the steering wheel, distance of equipment in the panel, armrest (driver) and even a small table were developed and adjusted to provide more quality of life and generate greater productivity for those who use the vehicle.To meet the highest quality and agility, Peugeot has developed a special program of exclusive services aimed at its consumer who uses the vehicles in a professional way: the Peugeot Total Care Pro. The offer consists of a range of 10 commitments ranging from scheduling of services, scheduled delivery with date and time; fixed price review, 24 hour towing assistance for 8 years; car reservation, among others;- A vehicle that lacks reliability and quality. To ensure the high level of excellence of a Peugeot model, the new Boxer has gone through hours and hours of testing that simulate the consumer’s intense use of the car. More than 4 million kilometers traveled in extreme conditions and in different aspects (loaded, unloaded or with half load).- The van was also developed with the possibility of adapting to the needs of multiple consumers, regardless of their industry. The body is equipped with the transformation capacity for different segments such as ambulances, school, food truck, mobile police bases, etc.Specifications of the new Boxer

Payload volume of 13 m³;
Width of loading between the ‘Best in Class’ wheelchairs of 1.422 mm;
Useful width of 1870 mm;
Useful length of 3,705 mm;
Load capacity of 1,667 kg;
Sliding side door 1250 mm wide;
Rear doors measuring 1,562 mm wide and 1,790 mm high;
Opening of 270 ° rear doors;
Loading level of 60.2 cm.
The most modern engine of the category in the country The new Peugeot Boxer arrives to the market already with the intention of inaugurating a new era in the category K2-K3 of vans. Not only for its sweeping design and in line with the European generation of the vehicle, but bringing a powerful engine, technologically, economically and environmentally responsible. We are talking about the 2.0 Turbo Diesel BlueHDi engine, which combines fuel economy, high performance and great reduction in pollutant emissions. This factor has already been evaluated and approved by INMETRO, which awarded seal B in the ‘National Energy Conservation Label’ program.Associated with the 130 hp engine at 3,750 rpm and torque of 340 Nm at 1,750 rpm, there is a clutch with hydraulic control that provides maintenance of the pedal drive load and a lower maintenance cost. The six-speed manual transmission (ML6C), designed and adapted to the Brazilian conditions, completes the whole.

This combination is one of the secrets of the benchmark performance of the model, achieving higher performance with lower fuel consumption without losing agility and power as it allows the 2.0 Turbo Diesel BlueHDi engine to run most of its time at its maximum efficiency range.Also adjusted to follow the reality of the roads and roads of Brazil, full of spines, holes, gaps, ditches, holes, etc., without loss of comfort and performance, the van brings reinforced suspensions, guaranteeing stability, safety and precision. in the worst land. Another change is now in relation to the ground. The model for the Brazilian market is 10 mm higher compared to European.The independent front suspension is Pseudo McPherson type, with coil springs, hydraulic shock absorbers and stabilizer bar, while the rear is composed of a rigid axle with semi-elliptical springs and hydraulic shock absorbers.Emission Control: Inside BlueHDiBlueHDi is the most efficient post-treatment system in terms of pollution control, including nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulate matter. The diesel engine emits pollutants from the combustion of unburned hydrocarbons (HC), carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulates. Through BlueHDi, these components are eliminated in three steps:

 In the former, unburned hydrocarbons (HC) and carbon monoxide (CO) are converted to water (H2O) and carbon dioxide (CO2) in the oxidation catalyst;\ In the second stage, the conversion of nitrogen oxides (NOx) into water and nitrogen by introduction of AdBlue (water and urea mixture – equivalent to Arla 32) into the SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) catalyst;- In the third step, the reduction of 99.9% of the number of particles within the particle filter occurs.Quality tested under the most extreme conditionsIn order to guarantee a high level of reliability and resistance compatible with intense customer use of the new Peugeot Boxer, more than 4 million kilometers have been driven in its development under the most extreme conditions, whether under load, half load or empty, or on any type of route, including degraded roads and the mountain.Reliability and durability have also been proven by specific tests, including:- 1,500 hours in temperatures of -20 ° and + 40 ° C to guarantee the aging resistance ofthe components and materials of the mechanical, plastic and electronic parts;

 1000 passes in 10 cm of water or in 2 to 3 cm with projections of salt water, without washing of the vehicle during the following 1.000 km to validate the watertightness and the resistance to the corrosion;- 500,000 cycles of door closing and opening tests performed from -30 ° to + 80 ° C, representing a severe use by the customer over 10 years.In addition to the quality controls performed during all stages of production, more than 1,800 appearance and functional features are tested on each vehicle at the factory. Working quality at the service of reliability and durabilityAn example of brand excellenceThe new Peugeot Boxer is a van of dimensions L3H2, category K2-K3, most complete for sale in the Brazilian market. Available in a single version and in White Banquise color, the cost benefit in question of fuel economy, maintenance and serial items, plus the guarantee of one year or 100 thousand km is indisputable. Air-conditioning with manual adjustment, radio pre-arrangement, ESP / Hill Holder Control, GSI – Gear shift indicator, electric mirrors, under-console refrigerated cargo compartment, 12V socket and USB input , crankcase protector, driver and passenger airbag, steel wheel 225/75 / R16C – 116 / 114R, with homogeneous steppe, load separator, 270 ° door opening, alternator 180 °, among others.

The truth about Christmas

There you sit at the Christmas dinner, between the soup and the main course, and the conversation has come to a standstill. Not for long! Because this year you can amaze your familly (or friends) with special international facts about Christmas. Did you already know these facts about Christmas? Then you are a greater Christmas connoisseur than we are!

1. The first decorated Christmas tree dates from 1510 The first decorated Christmas tree dates back to 1510 from the town of Riga in Latvia. The first historiography about a Christmas tree dates back to 1531.

2. Jingle Bells is not really a Christmas song at all Every year in December this golden old Christmas song shines through the speakers several times and almost everyone knows a bit of text: Jingle Bells. But did you know that Jingle Bells was actually written for Thanksgiving and not for Christmas at all?

3. An artificial Christmas tree is not so environmentally friendly at all
They sometimes say that an artificial Christmas tree is better for the environment than a real one, because you use it more often. But before a fake Christmas tree is really ‘greener’ than a real Christmas tree, you will have to use it for about 10 years. This mainly has to do with the re-use of the real Christmas tree as compost and the raw materials that are needed for making and transporting artificial Christmas trees. Unfortunately, artificial Christmas trees often disappear much earlier on the garbage dump. Do you want a new tree more than once every ten years? Then it is better to buy a real one for the environment every year!

4. Santa is from Sinterklaas A somewhat more famous Christmas event: Santa Claus is descended from Sinterklaas. St. Nicholas inherited much wealth and was best known for giving away much of that wealth to the people who needed it most. When St. Nicholas was declared sacred, he became the patron saint of children. Thanks to Coca-Cola and painter Haddon Sundblom, Santa was known throughout the world.

5. The Christmas Stocking was first a shoe You probably know it from films and series: the Christmas Stocking. Why do Americans, British, and people in other countries hang such a sock? Well, at first it was not a sock, but a shoe for the fireplace. According to the story, St. Nicholas dropped a bag of gold through a chimney. The bag fell into a shoe that happened to be drying by the fireplace (gosh, where do we know the putting of a shoe even more?). The bag of gold was meant for the father of three daughters so that his daughters could marry.

6. Angel hair really refers to angels

For decades people use Angel hair to decorate the tree. Why did that tradition ever arise? By hanging Angel’s hair in the tree, people wanted to show that real Angels had decorated the tree, some of their beautiful hair had been left behind. Later the Angel’s hair was replaced by the silver and other colored strings, but the idea behind it is still the same.

7. Sweden watch ducklings on Christmas Eve

Since the 1960s half the Swedish population has been watching a cartoon by Donald Duck on Christmas Eve. The cartoon is called ‘Kalle Anka och Hans vänner önskar God Jul (Donald Duck and his friends wish you a happy
Christmas.

8. Christmas presents refer to the three sages

Did you know that giving Christmas gifts to children, but also to our friends and loved ones, refers to the gifts that the three sages gave to child Jesus on Christmas morning?

9. Electric Christmas lights have been around since 1882 You often hear that they used to put real Christmas candles in the tree. And that’s right since the middle of the 17th century little candles were put in the Christmas tree. But since the end of the 19th century, they have gradually been replaced by electric Christmas lights. In 1882 Edward Johnson, the assistant of Thomas Edison, invented the use of electronic Christmas lights.

10. Santa Claus has his own zip code in Canada In Canada Santa Claus has his own postcode, namely H0H 0H0. Children in Canada even get an answer when they send mail to Santa, but then they have to send their letter before 16 December. The complete address is:

11. Peruvians drink and fight on Christmas Day In a village in Peru, Christmas Day is used to start the new year in a special way with a clean slate. First, there is a strong drink, after which people fight a strong game with each other. Peace on earth, shall we say.

12. The Christmas tree drinks one liter per day During the first week that you place a real Christmas tree in your house, it needs just under one liter of water a day to stay beautiful. Of course, we all give the Christmas tree too little water, which means that it loses its needles much faster.

13. Thanks a little: children call Colonel instead of Santa In 1955 Sears, a department store in the US published an advertisement in which children were asked to call Santa Claus. Unfortunately, the wrong telephone number was mentioned. The telephone number was from a colonel in the Continental Air Defense’s Director of Operations, CONAD. So instead of a phone call about a rocket fired by Russia, this good gentleman got phone calls from children with their wish lists. But the children are being put off, Colonel Harry Shoup did not. He and his staff gave the calling kids the coordinates of the Santa’s place of residence at the North Pole. In the years that followed, CONAD changed to NORAD and children still call. At the moment hundreds of volunteers spend part of their Christmas Eve with answering phone calls from children and passing on the exact location of Santa Claus. Even Michelle Obama has already answered phone calls.

14. Silent Night is the most often recorded Christmas song night before christmas the most recorded of all Christmas songs. 733 different versions have been copyrighted since 1978. White Christmas is the best-selling Christmas single of all time. All I want for Christmas (Mariah Carrey) is the most popular Christmas single of our time

15. Santa Claus visits 822 houses per second That Santa Claus goes around the world on Christmas Eve to deliver Christmas presents, of course, you already knew. But did you know that in order to be able to visit all the houses, he finishes no less than 822 houses per second? This means that he has to move with a speed of 1046 kilometers per second. Fast guest, that Santa!

16. Jingle Bells was the first Christmas song in space Jingle Bells is the first song that could ever be heard from space. The Gemini 6 astronauts Tom Stafford and Wally Schirra sang this song for Mission Control on the morning of December 16, 1965. But not before they really scared mission control!
“Gemini VII, this is Gemini VI. We have an object, looks like a satellite going from north to south, up in a polar orbit. He’s in a very low trajectory traveling from north to south and has a very high climbing ratio. It looks like it might be a … Very low. Looks like he might be going to re-enter soon. Stand by one … You might just let me try to pick up that thing … ” They were natural about Santa Claus, and at that moment, they started to sing Jingle Bells!

17. The Peak refers to the Star of Bethlehem Even though you see him less and less often, for many families it is still a special moment when the peak is placed on the Christmas tree. The Christmas tree is ready. Often, a star or an angel is used here. Both, of course, have a link with the Christmas story. That statement of Jesus Christ is in John 8:32 and is irrefutable. Biblical truth frees us from superstitions and from customs that disapprove of God and that are detrimental to ourselves. The following comments show how biblical truth has released people from different countries from Christmas customs that they saw as a burden.

Liberated by the biblical truth

Argentina “Our family is free from the problems associated with overeating and drinking and the cost of gifts we could not afford,” says Oscar. Mario really felt free when he heard about the ‘Christmas lie’, as he calls it. “I now enjoy showing my appreciation by others by giving them gifts at other times, when my budget permits.” Canada “I love to give and receive presents,” writes Elfie. “But I do not like it when I have to give something. When our family did not celebrate Christmas anymore, that was quite a relief! ” Ulli, a daughter of Elfie, says: “When my parents did not celebrate Christmas anymore, they surprised us at all sorts of times in the year with nice trips and presents, and we loved that! When classmates asked us what it was for, we proudly said: ‘Just like that!’ Yet it was not easy for our parents to live according to biblical truth, because they were put under pressure by family. But they did not matter. That they were determined to serve Jehovah God in an acceptable manner had a great impact on me. ” Silvia also thought it was a liberation not to celebrate Christmas anymore. “I was very happy. I knew that I had the approval of Jehovah God, and that felt better than thousands of Christmas celebrations. “

Kenya Peter writes: “When I was still celebrating Christmas, I borrowed a lot of money to buy gifts and pay extended meals. That meant of course that I had to work overtime, so I could not be with my family. I was very happy to be free of that! ” “I give gifts to my family and friends at all times, and vice versa,” says Carolyne. “I find such unexpected gifts that are given from a pure heart the most beautiful.”  Japan “Our children have learned that it is not self-evident that they get presents,” Hiroshi and Rie write. “As parents, it makes us happy to see that they understand that giving must come from the heart. Keiko says: “Our family always celebrated Christmas. If we were certain that our son was sleeping, my husband and I put a present next to his bed. The next morning we said to him: “Because you’ve been nice, you’ve got a present from Santa Claus.” When I heard the background of Christmas and told my son about it, he was startled and started to cry. As a result, I realized that Christmas is not as beautiful as it is always depicted. It’s a lie, and I felt like I had deceived my son by holding on to that lie. ” Philippines Dave says: “It is difficult to express the joy that Jehovah gives us through the pure truths in the Bible. When members of our family give something to others, we do not expect to get anything back. And we give from our hearts. “