New Citroen Jumpy & Peugeot Expert Detailed [130 Pics + Video]

PSA has released all the details about their new commercial vans, the Citroen Jumpy and the Peugeot Expert.

Based on the company’s new modular EMP2 platform, both new models are scheduled to go on sale in Europe from June 2016.

Offered in three different body lengths (4.6m-4.95m-5.3m), the new Peugeot Expert and Citroen Jumpy offer the same options to professionals as with their sister car, the new Toyota Proace Van.

“The new Peugeot Expert and Citroën Jumpy are designed to win market share and help us reach the objectives of our profitable growth plan,” said Carlos Tavares, PSA’s Chairman.

Featuring innovations like hands-free sliding side doors, a new modular system for the cargo space, Active Safety Brake and connected 3D navigation using a voice-controlled tablet, the new LCVs want to continue leading their market segment in Europe.

The new platform also means a lighter construction of between 100kg and 150kg, depending on the engine. Speaking of which, the new Citroen Jumpy and Peugeot Expert are going to be available with 5 diesel engines ranging from 95hp to 180hp and three gearbox options (manual, robotized manual and automatic).




  • Andrew Ngo

    I don’t know who is copying who. This is the same as Toyota Proace Van!!

    • Zygius

      You sir, are a GENIUS!! 😀

    • asd295456456

      Toyota Proace,
      Peugeot Expert,
      Citroen Jumpy,
      Fiat Scudo.

      These commercial vehicles use the same body, same motor, same interiors.

  • Marc Gruben

    A rebadged Toyota ProAce, huh? Should be the most reliable French-badged vehicle ever made.

    • Six Thousand Times

      Technically all three designed together but yes, mostly Toyota input.

      • Jérémie Brocas

        Please read the article and not just the headline. “Based on the company’s (PSA Group) new modular EMP2 platform, both new models are scheduled to go on sale in Europe from June 2016.”
        So the Toyota is the copy.
        Fiat is doing the same now with Renault (Trafic = New Scudo)

        • Six Thousand Times

          Actually if you click on the link for the EMP2 platform in your quote, you will see that it’s a JV between Toyota and some amalgamation of “cheese-eating surrender monkeys.” Relax, I’m just kidding.

  • emjayay

    Is “Jumpy” better in French, even though it’s an English word?

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