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|2007 Iveco Daily 35C15, 13.6ft Dropside, Euro 4, 3.0 Litre, 3.5ton Gross, Twin Wheel, Manual Gearbox, Direct Company, Clean And Tidy Vehicle, New Ally Dropsides
|Iveco||Daily 35c11 Dropside XLWB Scaffold Lorry||2013||Panel Vans Medium||£17,995.00|
|PLUS VAT, PLUS VAT
|Iveco||Daily 35c13 d/c Tipper T/L||2010||Panel Vans Medium||£10,995.00|
|S/n10134: Steel tipping body, alloy T/L double action,Rear plyed as tool storage area, van comes with 4 person rear seat,Vehicle will undergo a multipoint check and service in our workshops and have an MOT and Warranty. We are conveniently located at J7/M40 with easy access from London The Midlands,
The Iveco Daily has recently been superseded by the new ECODaily, but there are still plenty of the Daily on the UK roads and available for sale at www.vanlocator.co.uk.
Iveco have always pushed the maximum load volume with their Daily – the Daily was the first van to reach 17m3 with an interior high enough for the Harlem Globetrotters to stand up in.
At the end of its reign, the facelifted Daily was available with Euro 4 engine technology. With near identical appearance to the ECODaily that replaced it, the Daily, designed by Giugiaro with its revised front grill is indicative of the styling seen in Iveco’s heavier trucks. It comes in a huge range of configurations, in terms of lengths, heights and gross vehicle weights, not to mention the availability in chassis cab and MPV forms. Iveco claim that there are over 2,500 different configurations of the Daily.
Keeping rear wheel drive across the range differentiates the Daily compared to the majority of the competition. High tech turbocharging technology for the 2,300cc diesel and high power from the 3,000cc diesel in the range means useable power for all models.
The three-litre HPI version is rated at 146PS, whilst the higher pressure and upgraded three-litre HPT version kicks out 176PS.
Inside the cab, the driver ergonomics have been improved – the gearstick – relocated to the dashboard makes it easier for drivers and passengers to move across the cab and gives shorter, more precise gearchanges. Seats have been upgraded and the amount of storage inside the driver’s cab has been increased.
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