Peugeot Traveller VIP VAN
Peugeot Traveller VIP van rent Dubai designed to offer space and comfort for both driver and passengers, the Peugeot Traveller Business VIP van is the ticket to a first-class journey. Travel in style with a business car that brings luxury to you.
With its Head-Up Display and other driving assistance systems, the Peugeot Traveller VIP van rent Dubai provides the next generation of 3D Connected Navigation, with voice recognition. It incorporates numerous connected services and real-time traffic information from TomTom Traffic. It’s a business car designed to work in conjunction with busy lifestyles.
On board the Peugeot Traveller Business, you can transport your passengers on all their journeys in complete comfort.
Available in 3 lengths, the Peugeot Traveller Business VAN offers 2 levels of finishes: Business and Business VIP van.
The interior space of the Peugeot Traveller VIP van is dedicated to the comfort of its passengers. Its multiple configurations from 5 to 9 seats and its VIP lounge configuration (4 or 5 face-to-face seats) can be adapted to suit all of your needs and to those of your passengers.
Top-of-the-range equipment enhances the interior ambience and contributes to the well-being of your passengers. And for even more comfort, you can benefit from tri-zone climate control with soft diffusion and the 2 concealed glass roof panels (with dark tinted glass and sliding blind) andwith mood lighting.
On the move is where the case for a more car-like people carrier starts to make sense. Though there’s plenty of adjustment in the seat and steering wheel, the driving position is resolutely upright and won’t suit drivers with very long legs. The cavernous interior amplifies road and wind noise, making for a fairly noisy ride at speed, although the soft suspension means it’s comfortable even without a load in the rear.
If that sounds more like the kind of flexibility you’d get from a minibus, that’s because it basically is. Like the near-identical Citroën Spacetourer or rivals such as the Volkswagen Caravelle, Ford Tourneo and Mercedes-Benz V-Class, the Traveller is essentially a van with windows, alloy wheels and a smattering of luxury accouterments.
The PPeugeot Traveller VIP VAN Rent Dubai is a large van-based MPV with up to nine seats, but running costs comparable to a regular car. It’s an alternative to the Mercedes-Benz V-Clas and Hyundai i800.
As soon as you see the Traveller, it’s obvious that it has its roots in a van, but that’s not a problem. On the contrary, it has the distinct benefit of allowing buyers to choose from a variety of arrangements. That means that not only can you pick from different seating arrangements – covering both the number of seats and how they’re laid out – you can also choose between two different lengths of vehicle.
As you can probably guess, the Traveller’s large, boxy exterior means that it has a massive amount of space inside for passengers – far more than in a conventional MPV. And, if you remove all the rear seats – which is not easy, as they’re pretty heavy – you can have a colossal luggage capacity of as much as 4,500 litres to play with.
Again, it’ll come as no surprise that there’s a van-like air to the materials, but the design and equipment are reminiscent of what you’ll find in a Peugeot car.
So, among the toys that are available are DAB radio, smartphone connectivity through Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, dual-zone climate control and a 7.0-inch touchscreen. You can even get a head-up display that projects info – such as current speed – onto the windscreen, as well as a reversing camera.
Overall, if you’re upgrading from a family hatchback, you’ll find the standard equipment is decent, but not particularly generous for the price. You get cruise control, parking sensors and air-conditioning, while radar-guided cruise control, automatic city braking and an 180-degree camera are notable options.
Despite the tall body and the high seating position, driving the Traveller is fairly easy. It’s surprisingly manoeuvrable and the soft suspension means that you won’t feel too many bumps. Ultimately, though, you can never forget that you’re driving something that’s basically a van. On the motorway, the Peugeot’s brick-like aerodynamics mean it suffers from more wind noise than conventional, car-based rivals such as the Ford Galaxy. And, when you turn into a corner, there’s a lot of body roll.
Just as unsurprisingly, the only engines available are diesels, but what will probably come as a surprise is that the smallest unit is just a 1.5-litre unit. Naturally, it doesn’t get the Traveller moving all the quickly, but it has the advantage of the lowest CO2 emissions and the best fuel economy in the range.
If you’re likely to be using the Traveller VIP van more heavily laden, then it’s worth considering one of the stronger engines, both of which are 2.0-litre units. They give progressively stronger performance, but the price you pay are increasingly high fuel consumption and emissions.
If you have a particularly large family or regularly have to move lots of people, then the Peugeot Traveller VIP VAN Rent Dubai could be the right car for you. But, the likelihood is that most people will find a more conventional MPV or SUV suits them better and will cost them a fair bit less to buy and run.
The dash is nicely designed and decorated, if not quite made of the same level of robust-yet-soft material in a Caravelle. The rest of the cabin is well-decorated, for instance fully shrouding the bare metal of the doors and seat mechanisms, and carpeting the entire floor.
The car-derived platform also means lots of useful electronics, including active cruise, a HUD with speedo and navigation arrows, CarPlay/Android Auto, and a parking camera.