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Fiat creates commercial vehicles which are popular, reliable and versatile. Building on its reputation in the consumer sector, it has crossover models as well as vans built from the ground up to cater to commercial use. Under the Fiat Professional marque, it produces and markets many models, each of which fits a particular niche.
The most stylish small van on the market is Fiat’s Punto, revamped in 2012 with new engines, technical features and dashing good looks. It also benefits from offering a number of impressive safety features as standard, including ABS with electronic brake force distribution, fog lights that follow the curve of the road as you corner and two airbags, with up to seven airbags available as optional extras.
1000 litres of load space in the rear make it surprisingly spacious at this size bracket, while the two trim levels keep things simple and make choosing a model easier.
The Doblo comes as either a Cargo or Combi model - the former of which features a load compartment measuring 1820mmx1714mmx1305mm, for a total volume of 3.4 square metres. It can handle loads of up to 1005kg. As well as the standard van, there is the Maxi Van, with a slightly longer wheelbase to accommodate awkward loads.
High-roof variants of the Doblo Cargo are on offer, as well as a chassis cab with load platform which can be converted to encompass a range of different units on the rear, such as refrigeration units for food delivery.
The Doblo Combi is less a van and more a people carrier, but nevertheless it puts the emphasis on combining passenger transport with goods haulage in a convenient commercial package. Short- and long-wheelbase models are also on offer, while easy-access doors improve its versatility and make it a popular choice.
The larger Fiorino is the more specialised sibling to the Doblo and makes appearances on the second-hand market regularly, with both Cargo and Combi models available. Rear swing doors and a sliding side door make access to the load space easy, and the Cargo is built to hug the ground effectively to further speed up the loading and unloading process.
The Combi, meanwhile, is available with a highly configurable seating set-up that makes it as good at carrying loads as it is at ferrying passengers from A to B. When a van needs to lead a double life, Fiat has the right options to suit this requirement.
The Ducato van is one of Fiat’s best vehicles for commercial use, encompassing three different wheelbase options and height variants, as well as offering load spaces that range from 8 metres cubed right up to 17 metres cubed, depending on the requirements of the buyer.
Up to seven people can be seated in the Ducato Crew Van, while the Dropside Truck is similarly diverse in its availability of different load spaces and configurations. Meanwhile, the Ducato Passenger Transport range takes on the minibus market, offering plenty of storage space throughout the cabin and coming with suspension that is self-levelling to provide the most comfort irrespective of the load that is being carried.
The Scudo sits in Fiat’s range of vehicles somewhere between the Doblo and the Ducato. The van can take a lot in its load space. It is also a good conversion option, delivering bespoke set-ups that are capable of satisfying almost any need - commercial or otherwise.
Highly popular with vehicle converters, Fiat Professional make the most out of this - their 'heavy' vans over 3.5 tonnes GVW perform well, but you will need to have 'granddad's rights to drive the van or take an extra test. Still this is better than building a motorhome on a Fiat Ducato chassis to gind that it is so heavy you are not allowed to get in it and drive.
The Fiat Doblo is a further example of Fiat's approach to van conversions. It is the only van in its class to be offered as a chassis cab for conversion for applications such as food vans and small motorhomes.
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