Peugeot Bipper Professional ATV HDi 75.
After looking at the cost, I’m sure that the GPO realised that the Bipper had clearly been designed with the city in mind & like it’s very car like to drive, handling like a small hatchback both around town & on the motorway. Although the Bipper is pretty much identical to the Citroen Nemo which I’ve driven before, the Bipper does feel more upmarket than the Citroen, as Peugeot appear to have spent a little more on the vans interior. Don’t be fooled by it’s compact size though as it’s surprisingly spacious both in the cab & in the back. And its the space in the back that makes this such a compelling buy, with 2.5 metres cubed load space available & a payload of 660 kg, it could make sense to look at a Bipper if you’re not currently utilising the load space in your existing larger van.
Modern vans don’t just ned to be load luggers but must offer the driver some home comforts to appeal in a competitive market. The Bipper exceeds at this too, with air con, a half height bulkhead with meshed grille, a Blue & Me handsfree system that connects quickly * & is simple to use, remote central locking, with a separate locking for the cab, an integrated A5 clipboard, rake & reach steering adjustments, electrically heated door mirrors, ABS, a drivers ladder frame protector, a radio CD, 12v plug in the cab & 15″ steel wheels.
As you can probably tell, I liked the Bipper a lot & can see it solving many companies commercial cost dilemmas. Small can be beautiful as well as cheaper & practical all at the same time.
Special AKA 4/5.