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PEUGEOT’s LANDTREK may take many by surprise

With one of the longest histories in the automotive market, PEUGEOT celebrated its 210th anniversary in 2020.

Over nearly a century, PEUGEOT has been a formidable force in Africa. The new LANDTREK enables PEUGEOT to make a strong comeback in a market where it has a very strong heritage, fuelled by numerous racing victories. It personifies the DNA of legendary models such the 404 wagon and the 504 Pick-Up.

PEUGEOT is becoming increasingly global with the new PEUGEOT LANDTREK, which enters the One-Ton Pick-Up segment which for more than 25% of the South African new vehicle market.

South Africa certainly is an important market for PEUGEOT. The brand has opened 15 new dealerships in the past 18 months and boasts one of the freshest product ranges on the market today, with 80% of the passenger car range refreshed in the last year alone. PEUGEOT has launched the new 2008 in February (the 2021 South African Car of the Year), 3008 facelift in April, new 208 in May, and now LANDTREK.

The design represents reliability, robustness and ease of repair and says Peugeot: “it is set to be the benchmark for the One-Ton Pick-Up market.”

The is available in 4×2 and 4×4 diesel Double Cab. It offers up to three tons of towing capacity and a payload that exceeds one ton.

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

The exterior is modern and attractive. 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%.

Cutting-edge on-board technology

Luxury features include automatic dual zone air conditioning and a 10” HD touch screen compatible Apple CarPlay™ /Android Auto™ and 10 GB hard drive.

Safety is assured with by six airbags, Electronic Stability Programme, Hill Descent Control and Trailer Swing Control.


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

Up to 235mm of ground clearance equips the new PEUGEOT LANDTREK with all the necessary assets of the Double Cab market, be it two- or four-wheel drive.

For 4×4 versions, the rear differential is equipped with a mechanical rear differential lock providing extra traction when one wheel slips. The Borg-Warner Transfer case allows for easy transfer between 2-high, 4-high and 4-low modes with the simple turn of the rotary switch.


Pricing starts at R 579 900 and include a five years/100 000 km Warranty and Service Plan with maintenance intervals every 10,000km.

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