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Iveco Daily Passenger


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Travelling better every day.

Ideal for intercity journeys and with a category-leading passenger capacity to help keep running costs low, the Daily Line offers a configuration to suit every need.

The model comes with a choice of three lengths, two different door types and a variety of seating layouts: from 16 to 22 passenger seats. This makes it easy to customise the vehicle according to requirements, without having to compromise between features and fittings, or passenger capacity.

The range of fittings is equally wide, with the option to add destination display boards, ticket machine pre-installations and request stop buttons, to meet specific customer requirements.

Thanks to the rear access ramp and the quick-removal seats in the back rows, available on request, the Daily Line facilitates access for those with disabilities.

The Daily Line is also available with Iveco’s CNG powered engine, for reduced environmental impact.

The Daily minibus range, powered by FPT Industrial’s F1C 3.0L diesel engine, ensures Euro VI compliance through the adoption of a Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system, like the rest of the Iveco Bus range. This system allows high performance and reduced fuel consumption. The offer is completed by the environmental friendly 136hp NATURAL POWER CNG powered engine.

The new HI-MATIC automatic transmission has been designed to guarantee maximum performance and lowest running costs, whilst ensuring unbeatable comfort, superior performance and low fuel consumption. Thanks to the availability of 8-speeds, gear shifting is now faster and even more accurate than standard 6-speed transmissions, guaranteeing engagement of just the right gear at any engine speed in less than 200 milliseconds for unbeatable performance.

Electronic control allows for two operating modes, which are functional to the specific mission needs:
+ ECO – for smooth, low-speed gear shifting to enhance comfort and keep fuel consumption low
+ POWER – for faster, higher speed gear shifting to achieve more precise gear engagement and a sporty driving style
A more complete range for passenger transport.
The Iveco Daily is the ideal base for building a minibus, with a wide choice of different models offering load capacities from 4.5t to 7.2t providing maximum versatility for bodybuilders:

+ Bodybuilding simplicity and sturdy build with truck-derived chassis
+ Heavy-duty and durable transmission
+ Reliability of FPT Industrial Heavy Duty F1C 3.0L engines in diesel and CNG models
+ Wide choice of load capacities, homologations, solutions and options for passenger transport
+ New 8-speed Hi-Matic automatic transmissions

The Daily chassis offer for bodybuilders includes:
+ Cowl version, reduced cowl version and cut away (up to 7.2t)
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News -​ Iveco Daily Wins 2015 What Van Award

The Iveco Daily is the 2015 winner of the What Van? Large Van of the Year award, regaining the prize it captured two years ago with the previous generation model.

The Daily has long been the favourite of operators who need a large van that can endure tougher assignments and take more punishment than its competitors and the new model will not disappoint in that regard but has also taken a step up in terms of refinement.

The new Daily delivers better economy, improved load carrying capabilities and superior handling and ride quality than its predecessor.

Built in Suzarra, Italy and Valladolid, Spain for the European market, 80% of the bodyparts are new – including the completely redesigned wishbone Quadleaf front suspension on 3.5-tonne versions and recalibrated rear suspension, the components contributing most to a dramatic improvement in ride quality, cutting out oversteering when cornering and enabling a more instinctive driving style than with the previous model.
The new suspension system can support 1.9 tonnes on the front axle, has raised ground clearance and is lighter than the previous arrangement – thus improving payload by 44kg. No changes have been made for change’s sake however, and the new Daily retains the ladder frame chassis to which Iveco attributes its legendary sturdiness.

The new Daily retains the 2.3 and 3.0-litre engines of its predecessors with power outputs ranging from 106, to 130 to 150hp in the smaller powertrain and up to 205hp in the flagship 3.0-litre. The manufacturer has improved fuel efficiencies by 5.5% across the line-up.

Load spaces are positioned to cater for a wide range of operator requirements and go from 7.0m3 to a cavernous and class-leading 19.6m3.

Iveco has optimised load capacities with a redesigned wheelbase, total length and load compartment length relationship. As a result the new 3520 and 4100 mm wheelbases reduce the rear overhang without affecting the ground dimensions and load platform.

As a rear-wheel-drive model in a sector that is predominantly made up of front-wheel-drive vans, the Daily offers superior traction and durability compared to most of its rivals, with the RWD Mercedes Sprinter, this year’s Highly Commended large van, an exception.

The core medium height, medium wheelbase model, which Iveco expects to account for 40% of sales, has a payload of 1200kg and a load volume of 10.8m3 – up from 10.0m3 in the equivalent previous generation van.

Frequent drop operators will appreciate a loading height of just 675mm, 55mm lower than the previous model, and a footstep at 460mm off the ground to ease loading and unloading.

The MWB Daily has a tight turning circle of 11.9m, which is useful for drivers making deliveries in confined spaces and compares to the 12.6m turning circle quoted for the MWB Sprinter. The shortest wheelbase Daily (3000mm) has a turning circle of just 10.5m.

The Daily range comes with an efficient and precise six-speed manual gearbox as standard but has added an eight-speed Hi-matic automatic transmission to the 3.0-litre model. Product manager Martin Flach says the 2.3-litre engine will be offered with the auto system from February next year, which is good news for the UK where the smaller engine accounts for most volume – particularly in the expanding dotcom delivery market for supermarket giants such as Asda and Tesco.

A useful shelf in the load bay for carrying long items extends above the passenger compartment and in the cab itself you get a full-length overhead shelf and three lidded storage compartments on the top of the dashboard as well as three cup holders and big bins in the doors.

The middle seat folds down to reveal a desk top and a handy feature is that the flat work surface is detachable to provide a laptop tray. The passenger bench seats lift up to provide generous storage space for toolboxes, jackets and hard hats.
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