Comes with fully suspended drivers seat with armrest and 2 passenger bench seat with plenty of secured storage underneath the bench.
With class-leading payload, volume capacity, power and torque. its no surprise that the new Iveco Daily was recently awarded 2015 International van of the Year.
The Daily Van is extremely versatile offering unrivalled strength and loading capacity while having the driving characteristics of a car. The Daily Van range punches well above its weight with its two main model variants, all can be driven on a standard car licence.
Loading is made easy with a large side sliding door and a 1900mm roof height. The rear loading platform has also been lowered by 55mm over the previous model to make loading and unloading even easier. A cost option with most other van manufacturers, the Daily Van has double-hinged 270° opening rear doors fitted to every van as standard. This allows the doors to be opened almost flat against the body, which is ideal when loading and unloading in confined spaces.
Powering this model is a two core 3 litre direct-injection Iveco diesel engine delivering market-leading power and torque outputs.
The 3 litre powerplant features a turbocharger with wastegate and intercooler producing 170hp / 127kW, torque is rated a 430Nm.
In addition to these engines impressive power and torque figures, the latest Daily range is also more fuel efficient than the previous generation by approximately 4.1% thanks to adoption of low friction piston rings, use of high-grade, low viscosity lubricants and reduced drag coefficient for van models.
With many Daily owners expected to spend long periods on the roads, Iveco have equipped the new model with an extensive array of active and passive safety features.
While some light commercial vehicle competitors provide a front disc / rear drum brake set-up, the new Daily provides the superior stopping power of disc brakes all-round. Adding to the braking equation is ABS with EBD (Electronic Brake Force Distribution), while Iveco Hill Holder technology ensures there’s no rollback when starting on an incline.
All models adopt new low level fog lamps with cornering function. The cornering function automatically activates the fog lamps on bends casting light into the direction the driver is steering. It also engages once the indicator is applied.
Vehicles also feature optional Electronic Stability Control and Trailer Sway Mitigation which sees the Stability Control intervene when instability in the trailer or caravan is detected. Passive safety features include driver, passenger and curtain airbags.
Other features of the Electronic Stability Control package include: Anti Slip Regulator, Adaptive Load Control, Hydraulic Rear Wheel Boost, Hydraulic Fading Compensation, Roll Movement Intervention and Roll Over Mitigation.
Iveco has maintained the Daily’s strong truck-like solid steel C-section chassis. This approach is unique to the new Daily and sets it apart from vans developed with car-derived underpinnings. The result is a robust load-bearing chassis that allows for greater load capacities and has made it possible to optimise load-carrying ability across the range.
A solid chassis also increases the vehicles durability and makes them suitable for a broader range of applications both in van and cab chassis variants.