Iveco Daily review

Category: Large Van

Section: Introduction

Iveco Daily van
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Introduction

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If you follow the progress of the Iveco Daily, you might notice that it tends to receive rather regular updates. The latest includes a new, larger grille to improve cooling, new cleaner engines and revised headlights with the option of LEDs. There’s also been a minor but significant change to the rear suspension, new electronic steering to enable more safety features, and a revised interior. 

Available from 3.3 tonnes to 7.2 tonnes, the Iveco Daily comes with a choice of 2.3-litre or 3.0-litre engines, both of which meet the Euro-6D emissions regulations. Power for these ranges from 116bhp to 210bhp, with up to 347lb ft of torque. There’s also the option of a 3.0-litre compressed natural gas (CNG) engine, producing 136bhp and 258lb ft. A fully electric version of the van is also available. A six-speed manual gearbox is standard on all but the electric van, and an eight-speed automatic called HiMatic is optional.

Iveco doesn't offer specific trim packages that increase in spec as the price increases. Instead there's a range of option packages that can be combined and have been tailored to suit typical needs of its customers. With Delivery, Delivery+, Construction, Businesses, Business Exclusive, Winter and Hi-Drive packs available, more than 7000 variations on the Iveco daily theme are offered.

That makes for a very diverse range, and it needs to in order to compete against such a broad spectrum of rivals, including the Volkswagen Crafter, Ford Transit and Mercedes Sprinter, as well as the Peugeot Boxer, Citroen Relay, Renault Master, Fiat Ducato and Nissan NV400