Elegant, reliable and with comfortable power characteristics.
Peugeot Traveller enters the demanding van sector.
Equipped with a host of Bosch innovations, the van appears powerful and of strong character.
Bosch inside Peugeot Traveller
- Airbag control unit
- Common-rail diesel injection system
- ESP® (Electronic Stability Program)
- Power window drive
- Engine control unit
- Start/stop starters
Being both modern and with a strong character at the same time, the new Peugeot Traveller resembles both reliability and elegance. That’s just what the van sector is looking for. In addition, the new French van stands out for its high flexibility: It can either carry up to 8 passengers or haul up to 4554 l of freight. On the other hand, many technical Bosch innovations also contribute to a “great journey” on board the new Peugeot Traveller.
Bosch start/stop starter
Innovative products provide a significant contribution by supporting fuel-saving drive systems. For this purpose, Peugeot Traveller is equipped with a state-of-the-art start/stop system. The Bosch SC70 start/stop starter comes from a tried and tested series of starters that has proven its worth over millions of times. Despite its low weight, SC70 is particularly robust and specifically designed for highly dynamic starting characteristics. As soon as the vehicle comes to a standstill, the start/stop system turns off the engine – for instance, when waiting at a red traffic light or at a traffic jam. Pushing down the clutch pedal, it restarts the engine without delay. This contributes to fuel savings in city traffic and thus helps reducing the CO2 emissions.
Bosch common rail system for high pressure
Peugeot Traveller is equipped with turbo-diesel engines only. At these power plants featuring between 95 and 177 hp (70 – 130 kW), Bosch common-rail systems ensure powerful and yet comfortable acceleration. The highly reliable Bosch CP 4.1 common-rail high-pressure pump generates the required pressure. The powerful CRI2-16 solenoid-valve injectors work with a pressure of 1600 bar (about 23 200 psi). At the same time, the multiple-injection system contributes to reduced fuel consumption and thus less CO2 and pollutant emissions.