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Iveco launches next-generation Daily

Date: 25 April 2014   |   Author: James Dallas

Iveco is to launch the third generation of its 3.5-tonne Daily in panel van and chassis cab bodystyles in June 2014.

Load volumes for the panel van line-up start at 11.0m³ and move on to a maximum 20.0m³, which the brand claimed would be best-in-class.

According to Iveco, a new design featuring elongated wheelbases and a shortened rear overhang will improve drivability compared with the current model without compromising its manoeuvrability in tight spaces.

All models up to 3.5-tonnes are also equipped with new front suspensions.

The brand has not revealed the engine line-up for the new Daily but claimed it would deliver a 5% improvement on fuel consumption compared with its predecessor.

The stop/start version of the current Daily, which went on sale in April 2013, has official combined fuel economy of 35.0mpg and CO2 of 210g/km when powered by the 2.3-litre 126hp engine.

Iveco will release prices and specification details for the new range closer to launch.