What's the used Fiat Doblo like?
The Doblo is surprisingly good to drive, and the steering is light, which helps with parking and manoeuvring. Its handling is agile and composed, and it rides well for a car of this size and shape. This makes it ideal for family use - children aren't going to be lurching about feeling sick in the back. The only real complaint is that over bumpy roads it can feel pretty firm.
However, the boxy shape does kick up wind noise on the motorway. The higher-powered diesel engines can sound clattery at low speeds, too.
Five can travel in comfort, or seven if you opt for the Family model. And, if you fold down the split-folding rear seats, that will extend the already enormous load space into your very own removals van.
While the upright driving position allows great visibility, the seat isn't the most supportive and the rear corners and front windscreen pillars are fairly thick, so could impede your view.