New Iveco Daily Trim Level Does the Business

Iveco has introduced the Business trimline to its Daily van range, bringing together some of the most popular options into one money-saving model.

The standard equipment list for the Business models features manual air conditioning, cruise control, front fog lights and electrically heated & adjustable door mirrors, with a customer saving of 34% over specifying each option individually.

While a saving at the front-end will benefit operators, research and forecasting by industry-leading used valuation data experts, CAP, suggests that Business models are predicted to hold an extra £1,000 in value at 12-months old.

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“CAPs predictions of a strong uplift in residuals cements the Business trimline as a real value-added proposition in the Daily range” explained Iveco’s light business-line director, Mike Cutts. “By adding to Daily’s already impressive comfort and driveability credentials means customers will benefit from a comprehensive vehicle ready for any mission, without compromising their bottom line.”

Elsewhere, the Iveco Daily Business remains much the same as the regular Daily. It’s still built on a C-shaped steel chassis, allowing it to form the most versatile vehicle in its class. Available as a panel van, chassis cab, chassis cowl and crew-cab, the Daily range spans from 3.5 to 7.2 tonnes GVW, offering a payload almost a tonne greater than its competitors in the medium-sized truck market.

Power comes from either a 2.3 or 3.0-litre turbodiesel engine, with power outputs ranging from 120 to 210hp. Torque outputs run from 320 to 470Nm, providing enough performance for both light and heavy-duty. Both six-speed manual and eight-speed automatic gearboxes are available, although not every option is available paired with every engine.

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Developed with Fiat Powertrain Technologies and built to meet stringent WLTP & RDE Euro VI D emissions standards, the Iveco Daily will usually be specified to run on diesel, but can also be equipped to use Compressed Natural Gas.

Operators choosing the CNG-powered turbocharged 3.0-litre engine can save up to 34% on fuel costs and reduce their CO2 emissions by 95% when running on Biomethane.