The Expert is available in three length but with only one roof height. There are also two standard trim levels, S and Professional, plus Grip and Asphalt versions that are a bit more specialised.
On the inside, the PEUGEOT Expert offers superior driving comfort. The step provides easy access to the elevated seating position which dominates the road. Along with the functional and ergonomic driving position the cabin also offers numerous storage compartments. The Peugeot Expert is reasonably well equipped even in basic S version, with twin sliding side doors, electric windows, cruise control, DAB radio and Bluetooth
On-board the PEUGEOT Expert, the Moduwork swivelling table deploys with the central armrest, transforming your cab into a veritable mobile office that is both ergonomic and practical. The smartphone holder with built-in charging cable and tablet holder on the dashboard allow you to have your digital tools right in front of you, at your fingertips. The tablet holder is designed for tablets up to 11”. The tablet is powered by the USB socket found close by on the dash.
Extras such as air conditioning, electrically heated mirrors, and a seven-inch touchscreen for audio with MirrorLink smartphone compatibility are added. Then there’s the Expert Asphalt, which adds a classier look to the exterior that includes body-coloured bumpers, mirrors and door handles, front fogs, LED daytime lights, auto lights and wipers, front and rear sensors and a parking camera along with electric fold mirrors. For an even sportier look, there’s the aptly named Sport Edition. This has black alloy wheels, sports stickers, and dual-zone climate control air conditioning as standard.