Iveco Daily review

Category: Large Van

Section: Passenger & boot space

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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

With such a wide range of bodies and sizes, listing the options available to an Iveco Daily buyer would take some time. However, for panel van customers there are five body lengths based off three wheelbases and three roof heights. That means load volumes range from 7.3m3 all the way up to a class-leading 19.6m3. 

Short wheelbase vans have a total length of 5080mm with a 2610mm load length, while medium wheelbase vans get two body options providing 3130mm and 3540mm load lengths. The two largest bodies are built on a 4100mm wheelbase, which means they have exceptionally large overhangs given that the largest body measures 7540mm. These two monsters provide internal load lengths of 4680mm and 5125mm.

Width is 1800mm for all models, while H1 roof height vans get 1545mm of internal height, H2 models have 1900mm and H3 2100mm.

One sliding side door is fitted as standard, with a maximum width of 1200mm. Rear doors open to 270 degrees and have a height aperture just 100mm less than their respective internal height measurements.

Payloads vary vastly based on engine, gearbox and body type but for 3.5-tonne vans fall between 900kg and 1400kg.

 

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