The Peugeot Expert Van comes in two different lengths, which also determines the height and essentially the cargo space available. The cargo compartment in the rear, regardless of the version that chosen, is designed for easy access by offering multiple options on door styles and a lot of cargo space without making the Expert look like a working van. It keeps safety in mind with anti-lock brakes, airbags and a crumpling side panel designed to absorb potential impacts. An electronic stability program is optional, as well as a program designed to limit the risk of the van over tipping. Security is also a factor that is taken into consideration because manufacturers realize that cargo is precious and need to make it to its destination securely. Without automatic deadlocking doors and a perimeter alarm to cover security before the load starts moving, this van takes safety and security to the next level.
The interior features of the Peugeot Expert Van are designed for functionality and comfort for the driver. A partition can be added between the cargo space and the cab to create a more acoustic environment for the driver, and the seats are customizable as well. Buyers can choose from two bucket seats in the front or one bucket seat for the driver to ensure maximum comfort, and a bench seat for two for the passenger. The Expert also comes with a writing desk area to make jobs on the go more convenient. Storage compartments in the cab are always within reach, as is the buttons and levers on the dash, and there are many compartments to keep the driver and passengers organized. Storage is available in the side panels, ceiling and even under the seats. The dashboard contains all of the driving controls that are needed, and even the gear shifter is conveniently placed within arm's reach to keep the driver comfortable while on the road. Rear parking proximity sensors, manual air conditioning, and cruise control are some of the other features that are available on the Expert.