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Windscreen replacement for your Peugeot Boxer

In 1994, the Peugeot Boxer was introduced to the market, as the successor to the Peugeot J5. Together with the sister models it became a sales success for PSA. In the Netherlands alone, more than 1,000 copies of this model were sold. If you need a windscreen replacement for your Peugeot Boxer, you can find a new windscreen for this model on the after market for only € 119. This is identical to the windscreen for the Fiat Ducato and Citroën Jumper.

Before we go into the possibilities of ordering car windows online at attractive prices, we first dive into the history of this versatile model.

The first generation of the Peugeot Boxer

The Peugeot Boxer is the replacement for the Peugeot J5, a model that was only moderately successful for PSA.
Like the J5, the Boxer was developed in collaboration with Citroën and Fiat. And unfortunately there was also badge engineering
here. The sister models are almost identical, except for the logos of course.

The success of the first generation Peugeot Boxer is mainly due to the versatility of the model. This type was not only marketed as a delivery van, but also as a fitted car for passenger transport and a pick-up model with a lot of loading space. It is also the largest car in the category transport vehicles for Peugeot.

Given its versatility, it is not surprising that the Peugeot Boxer has mainly been used by companies. Governments (including the French police) were also major customers of the Peugeot Boxer and in Sweden the Boxer is still used by many municipalities as a fixed value on a daily basis.

The Boxer had one facelift before a new generation of the model was introduced to the market in 2006.

The second generation of the Peugeot Boxer

In 2006, the second generation of the Peugeot Boxer was launched on the X250 platform with a number of sister models:

However, not much has changed. The versatility of the range remained the spearhead of these models, and now the engine range has also been expanded.

The third generation of the Peugeot Boxer as of 2014

The third generation of the Peugeot Boxer will be on the market in 2014. PSA wants to strengthen its market share by adding more features to the models. But Peugeot is making a nasty mistake. It is decided not to introduce an automatic gearbox on the market, where the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and the Volkswagen Crafter did. Also the difference with the Renault Traffic and Opel Vivaro is so small that Peugeot has trouble finding a distinguishing factor. And, not unimportant to mention: the airbag for the passenger is not standard with the Boxer. This is available as an 'option', an ugly mistake on the commercial vehicle market.

That is why PSA is committed to the long road it has taken to bring the car to the market. A small selection from the long list:

  1. The third-generation cars have covered four million kilometres before they were launched on the market.
  2. The doors have been opened and closed 500,000 times as a test at temperatures ranging from minus 30 to plus 80 degrees Celsius.
  3. 1000 times the car has been driven through a saline solution 10 centimetres deep, without washing the car.
  4. The car has been driven 1000 times through puddles with a depth of at least 10 centimetres.

The relevance? The first and second generation of the Peugeot Boxer were accused of being nice cars, but not robust enough to be a real company car for the people who work in the construction industry, for example. Maybe that's why PSA chose to run this generation exclusively with the HDi diesel engines (2.2 or 3.0 litres with 110 to 180 hp).

Of course this was also reflected in the advertising for the new Boxer:

Was the third generation also a success?

There has been much criticism of the third generation of the Peugeot Boxer. But the advantages should not be overlooked, because PSA did think carefully before putting this model on the market. For example, you can largely determine what the new Boxer will look like, ESP has been added to the range and the car is equipped with a start-stop system and hill assistance.

As a result, the van has become popular, but the success could have been much greater if Peugeot had first looked at its competitors.

When should the windscreen of the Peugeot Boxer be replaced?

Do you have a Peugeot Boxer in your fleet and is there any question of windscreen damage? Then it's about the size and location of the car window damage before it can be determined whether the windscreen of the Peugeot Boxer needs to be replaced. Is the window damage in sight of the driver and is this an asterisk with a diameter of more than 20 millimetres? Then the windscreen must be replaced. This is also the case when it concerns a branched crack in the driver's field of vision.

You can simply opt for cheap car windows, but you can't go to your Peugeot dealer for that.

How much does a new windscreen cost for the Peugeot Boxer?

There is already a new windscreen for the Peugeot Boxer up to and including 2006 for € 119. The price of a new windscreen for the Peugeot Boxer, built after 2006, starts at € 149. These are not the prices of the Peugeot dealer, but the prices on the after market. These car windows are made in the same place as the branded windows, but there is no brand logo in the automotive glass. This immediately reduces the costs.

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Year of construction:



Windscreen for the Peugeot Boxer

from 2006 onwards

Without options

€ 149.00

Windscreen for the Peugeot Boxer

from 2006 onwards

With sun shade band

€ 189.00

Windscreen for the Peugeot Boxer

from 2006 onwards

With rain sensor

€ 199.00

Windscreen for the Peugeot Boxer

from 1994 to 2006

Green tinted

€ 119.00

Windscreen for the Peugeot Boxer

from 1994 to 2006

Clear, not tinted

€ 119.00

Windscreen for the Peugeot Boxer

from 1994 to 2006

Green tinted with sun shade band

€ 159.00

Can I replace the windscreen of a Peugeot Boxer myself?

Car window replacement is a job for the specialists when it comes to the windscreen. This is because it has to be fitted in the right way to prevent risks and problems. If the windscreen of the Peugeot Boxer is not fitted correctly, it can leak or come loose during abrupt braking.

Are you a car mechanic or garage owner? Then you can order all windscreens without installation. You can even choose to pick them up from us in order to save even more on costs.

The windscreen has to be replaced, but I can't work without my Peugeot Boxer

The Peugeot Boxer is usually used as a company car. We understand that you can't do without the car. You can also just come to us when you actually need the car at the same time. Our certified fitting partners also replace the windscreen on-site. This can be on the parking lot of your company, but also on a construction site somewhere.

Are you in a hurry to replace the Peugeot Boxer windscreen? Then you can place an urgent order. We will then ensure that the windscreen is replaced within 24 hours, regardless of where you are in the Netherlands or Belgium.

Have the windscreen of your Peugeot Boxer replaced immediately

If the windscreen of your Peugeot Boxer needs to be replaced, you will find the best value for money on the after market. Our certified fitting partners will replace the windscreen of your Peugeot Boxer in a professional manner, of course with all guarantees, so that you can immediately make use of your loyal labour force again.

Can't find the right windscreen or do you want us to look at the options with you? Please contact us so that we can assist you personally.