Pricing and spec for the new Fiat Professional Talento medium panel van has been released.
The van is based on the same platform used by the Vauxhall Vivaro/Renault Trafic, and is built by Renault in France.
Standard equipment on the entry level Talento includes remote central locking, electric front windows (one-touch lowering on the driver’s side), electrically operated and heated door mirrors, a full bulkhead, a height adjustable driver’s seat with lumbar support and an arm rest, dual passenger seat, a powerful audio system with Bluetooth, DAB, USB, Aux-in, a full-size spare wheel and steering-wheel remote controls. The entry-level Combi Active adds a rear tailgate with window wiper and de-mister, luggage cover, passenger airbag, and folding/removable rear seats.
All versions are fitted with LED daytime running lights, ABS with EBD (electronic brake distribution) and EBA (emergency brake assistance) in addition to a sophisticated ESC system with Hill Holder and Traction+ as standard. Available safety features include side airbags and window-bags a Trailer Stability Assist (TSA) system which guarantees total stability when towing by automatically modulating engine power and braking force applied to each wheel to stabilise both the vehicle and a wayward trailer. A front parking assist system and a reversing camera (with a display in the rear-view mirror) are also available.
Key options (all prices excluding VAT) include air conditioning (£720), automatic lights and wipers (£110), front fog lamps (£110), bulkhead window (£60), “Mobile Office” (folding passenger sear, clipboard holder and under-seat storage £170), a leather-trimmed steering (£70), reversing camera with interior mirror monitor (£280), cruise control with speed limiter (£170), rear parking sensors (£220), ViewPlus wide-view mirror (£60) glazed rear doors (£170), plylining with a resin-coated plywood floor (£170), seven-inch touchscreen multimedia system with satellite navigation (£400), tow bar with pre-wiring and Trailer Sway Mitigation (£310 – excluding installation) and the cargo plus trapdoor (£30).
The SX version adds air conditioning, Mobile Office, ViewPlus, rear parking sensors, upgraded “Living Brown” interior trim and enhanced exterior detailing, while the SX Combi adds 17-inch alloy wheels, front fog lamps, automatic lights and wipers, a leather steering wheel, cruise control with speed limiter, the upgraded audio system with satnav and enhanced exterior and interior detailing. SX versions of the Talento van and crew van are priced at £1,000 more than the standard model, while the Combi SX is £2,000 more than the Active trim level.
Prices, excluding VAT and OTR charges, starting at £19,795 for the 1.6-litre MultiJet 95hp SWB standard roof van. The 1.6-litre MultiJet 120hp SWB is priced at £20,195 while the twin-turbo 1.6-litre EcoJet 125hp S&S is priced at £20,645. The range topping twin-turbo 1.6-litre EcoJet 145hp S&S is priced from £21,245.
The long-wheelbase Talento is priced from £21,395 (1.6 MultiJet 120hp), the crew van starts at £21,145 (1.6 MultiJet 95hp), the platform cab is available from £21,545 (1.6 EcoJet 125hp S&S) and the Combi is priced from £21,885 (1.6 MultiJet 95hp).
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