Peugeot has announced it will launch three all-new vans in Australia with autonomous emergency braking (AEB) included as standard.  
The range with feature the Partner (small), Expert (medium) and Boxer (large) vans.
Along with the aforementioned AEB, all models will also feature a rear-view camera, rear parking sensors and a minimum of four airbags as standard including either side curtain, or thorax airbags.
The Partner opens the range, it’s available in two body lengths with left-side sliding doors, 180-degree rear barn doors, the i-Cockpit cabin design, lane-departure warning, speed sign recognition, six airbags and a load capacity of up to 1000kg, and a cargo area of up to 4.4m3.
The medium Expert is also available in two lengths and includes blind spot monitoring, dual sliding doors, 180-degree rear barn doors with a load capacity up to 1300kg and 6.6m3.
Also available in two body lengths is the large Boxer model which mirrors the spec of the Expert but offers a load length of 3.1 or 3.7m.
Every model will be covered by a five-year, 200,000-kilometre warranty.
Full specifications and pricing including engine and transmission details will be announced closer to the launch later this month.
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