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|Iveco||Daily 35C13 Chassis Cab||2012||Dropsides|
|2012 Iveco Daily 35C13, 12ft Dropside, Euro 5, 3.5ton Gross, Twin Wheel, Manual Gearbox, One Owner From New, Very Clean and Tidy, Very Low Miles, MOT MARCH 2016
|Iveco||Daily 35S12 LWB 2.3HPI||2010||Panel Vans Large||£6,750.00|
|2010 (10) Iveco Daily 35S12 LWB Panel Van finished in Iveco White has the benefit of a 4.4m long load space with side loading door and bulkhead. The cab interior has a dual passenger seat, factory fitted CD/Radio and computer trip information. With 160,150 miles on the clock, this vehicle has
|Iveco||Daily 35C12 2.3HPI||2007||Dropsides||£7,950.00|
|2007 (57) Iveco Daily 35C12 chassis cab has been refurbished to a high standard and is currently been fitted with a 16ft 3in Brand New Alloy Body with Marine Deck flooring. A new bulkhead will be fitted with a slam board to provide additional strength when loading scaffolding poles onto the body.
|Iveco||Daily 35S12 2.3hpi||2010||Panel Vans Large||£6,450.00|
|Registered in January 2010 this metallic silver Iveco Daily 35S12 LWB Panel Van is in excellent condition throughout. This one owner vehicle comes with full service history and has 145,200 miles on the clock.
The vehicle is filled with a side loading door and bulkhead and benefits from a 4.4m
Iveco produces traditional vans as well as more innovative commercial vehicles designed to cater to the needs of modern users. Its range is kept simple with the Daily Van and the Daily Cab, both of which have recently received an aesthetic overhaul in addition to a technical update under the surface. And with bold styling choices as well as competitive prices, these vans are helping the company to fight back against its largest rivals.
Iveco Daily Van
While some criticise Iveco for having a relatively small range of vans compared to some other companies, the new Daily is doing its best to combat this issue. A total of 8000 different variations on this van are available to specify, encompassing wheelbases of either 3530mm or 4100mm which have been tightened up to allow for more load space without increasing the overall footprint of each model. At the upper end of the size scale, it is possible to find close to 20 cubic metres of space inside a Daily van, with the SWB variant offering a little over seven cubic metres in the rear.
Further adaptations that come with this latest generation include the presence of a access step fitted as standard at the rear to streamline loading and unloading, along with rear-wheel drive and air suspension if specified by the buyer. The seven-tonne version of the Daily van can bear payloads of around 4000kg, which makes it capable of leading the class in this area. It is also light and relatively fuel-efficient, with either a six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic gearbox in place. The amount of power put through the rear-wheel-drive set-up is managed by the EcoSwitch system, ultimately helping to improve fuel efficiency by around 5.5 per cent.
Iveco Daily Chassis Cab
The latest Daily Chassis Cab from Iveco is both more durable and capable than its predecessors. It can manage larger payloads effectively and is intended to be used both on the tarmac surfaces of highways and byways as well as the rougher conditions found on the average building site. Iveco is keen to emphasise the strength of this chassis, which it claims is much better suited to commercial work than vehicles which have been adapted from cars. The usable chassis length of 4.5 metres gives it a good degree of adaptability, meaning it can be converted to a box van, kitted out with a refrigeration unit or made to accommodate whatever features the buyer requires. A fresh suspension system known as quad-leaf allows for a smooth ride at all times, and Iveco points out that with strength comes the promise of improved residual values further down the line.
Ranging from 3.5t to 7t variants, Iveco vans may have had their position in the heavy-duty market squeezed in recent years by mainstream competition from the likes of Renault, Vauxhall and Mercedes-Benz. But with a lot to offer, the Daily range continues to make a name for itself and win loyalty amongst commercial users. These vehicles could make very good choices on the second-hand market.
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