The Peugeot Traveller MPV has been specifically developed for those needing to transport large numbers of people, but who wish to retain the car-like technology and exceptional comfort more often associated with a family estate. The result is a model that is distinctive in its design, with strength and elegance combining to create an aesthetic that is almost sporty in its appearance. Plus, with accessibility that is simpler than ever - including hands-free sliding doors and a rear tailgate window - loading and unloading people or luggage is effortless.
As such, it makes sense for the Peugeot Traveller to be among the most desirable models available as part of the Motability Scheme. With plenty of room to spare, some of the very best in-car technology as standard, and flexibility in the seating arrangements, there is much to appeal to motorists with a disability.
You can discover more about the Peugeot Traveller and any adaptations that are available as part of the Motability Scheme today by getting in touch with our dealership. From stowage options to driving aids, there are many modifications available free of charge to help get you behind the wheel.
Speak to the Motability experts at Booths of Ditton today to learn more.
OUR TOP OFFER: £4,999 Advance Payment on Allure 2.0L BlueHDi 150 S&S Standard Length
1) The prices shown are valid from 1st January 2019 until 31st March 2019.
2) All rates are subject to being accepted by Motability Finance Ltd.
3) We reserve the right to amend pricing and withdraw any product from availability at any time.
4) All products are subject to availability.
5) The Motability Contract Hire Scheme is administered by Motability Operations Limited (Registered Company No. 1373876).
*Active City Brake is a new technology which makes it possible to avoid an accident or reduce its severity if the driver fails to react. It works in urban conditions at speeds of less than 20 mph. A short range sensor is fitted to the top of the windscreen and can detect other vehicles that are driving in the same direction or stationary. This will automatically trigger an emergency brake to stop the vehicle and avoid a collision entirely or limit the consequences of an accident by reducing the speed of impact.