Peugeot launches Landtrek bakkie

Peugeot launches Landtrek bakkie

Peugeot has launched a new bakkie called the Landtrek, which is available in 4×2 and 4×4 diesel double cab.

It offers up to three tonnes of towing capacity and a payload that exceeds one tonne. What’s more, the new Peugeot Landtrek has the most accommodating cargo bed in the segment.

In terms of comfort, Landtrek comes with state-of-the-art onboard technology, advanced adaptability and SUV-like driving pleasure.

The exterior design is outstanding with a strong personality that perfectly integrates into the brand’s current range, incorporating all its codes: vertical grille with the Lion in the centre and vertical LED light signatures.

The interior features a 10’’ HD screen at the top of the dashboard, setting the tone for an interior that has been meticulously designed to include many of the features found on the other Peugeot models, including “toggle switches” that provide access to all the functions.

As well as being robust and practical above all, the Landtrek also provides its passengers with comfort and functionality. Special attention is paid to the three rear passengers, with backrests tilted to 23° for even greater comfort.

The modularity of the rear bench seat in the Landtrek Double Cab adds enormous versatility to the cabin, with the possibility of folding the backrest in 60/40 or 100%. In addition, the rear seat cushions can also tip up in a 60/40 split to allow for numerous and flexible loading configurations. When folded down, the backrests can support a load of up to 100 kg. In addition, two Isofix fasteners ensure the safety and docking of child seats.

The Peugeot Landtrek boasts a 1.9-litre turbodiesel engine that develops 110 kW thanks to a variable turbine geometry with 16 valves. With a generous torque of 350 Nm Landtrek adapts to the prevailing terrain through Manual, Sport or Eco modes.


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Charleen Clarke

CHARLEEN CLARKE is editorial director of FOCUS. While she is based in Johannesburg, she spends a considerable amount of time overseas, attending international transport events – largely in her capacity as associate member of the International Truck of the Year Jury.
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