Fiat Professional has revamped its Fiorino small van with revised looks and features, with a fuel efficient model offering 14% greater economy than before.
The new Fiorino retains its compact dimensions without sacrificing any of its load capacity of up to 2.8 cu m or payload capacity of up to 660kg.
The evolution of the FIAT Professional Fiorino introduces some modern design touches, inside and out, with new features that will propel it to the top of its class in terms of performance, running costs, comfort and functionality.
In terms of style, the front bumper of the new Fiorino has been completely refreshed in line with the sophisticated design language of the Fiat Professional range while retaining the high-mounted headlamps that are not only synonymous with the Fiorino's identity but also have a practical role in improving visibility and ensuring they are less susceptible to parking mishaps.
New 15-inch wheel covers and 15-inch, diamond finish, burnished alloy wheels completes the external revisions.
The passenger compartment has also been revised.
The redesigned steering wheel is available with remote stereo controls and leather trim, as is and gear knob and boot.
The instruments cluster gets new graphics with permanent backlighting for better visibility and a new, more functional storage compartment has been added to the dashboard.
A new, five-inch, colour, touchscreen infotainment system is also offered for the first time, with Bluetooth, USB/AUX port and available satellite navigation and DAB radio.
The engine range features two turbodiesel 1.3 MultiJet II engines with outputs of 80hp and 95hp as well as a 77hp 1.4-litre naturally-aspirated petrol unit.
The new EcoJet diesel version employs additional fuel-saving technologies such as a start and stop system, a 'smart' alternator and a variable displacement oil pump.
Paired with a Comfort-Matic robotised transmission, the Fiorino EcoJet has an official combined cycle fuel economy of 74.3mpg with emissions of 100g/km, meaning a fuel saving of up to 14% compared to the manual transmission without EcoJet.
For drivers who need to tackle rough terrain or simply want to take on the winter weather with confidence, the Fiat Adventure offers 15-inch wheels with mud-and-snow tyres, a raised suspension, oversized body protection, a front bumper with skid plate and, of course, the Traction+ electronic differential lock system which assists driving in low-grip conditions.
Available in Cargo and Combi body styles, orders for the new Fiorino are now open priced from £11,315, excluding VAT and OTR charges.