The 1.3-litre MultiJet, which starts at £15,995 (ex VAT), joins the 1.6-litre MultiJet engine, which is available in 105PS or 120PS outputs.
There are four trim levels available for the Doblo model year 2020: Standard, SX, Tecnico and Sportivo. The Standard specification offers a selection of safety and comfort features, as well as the new Eco pack which adds Stop&Start, a ‘smart alternator’ and an electronically-controlled fuel pump to save energy and ensure higher combustion efficiency. The SX trim adds a near-side sliding door, driver height-adjustable seat and body coloured door mirror; the Tecnico trim adds air conditioning, reversing sensors, sat nat and cruise control; while the Sportivo tops the range and is available exclusively in black metallic with 16-inch alloy wheels and folding electric heated door mirrors.
A number of body variants are available including Cargo, Maxi Cargo, Cargo XL, Passenger, Maxi Passenger, XL Passenger, Crew Van, Work up and Maxi Platform.
In June this year, Fiat launched the model year 2020 Ducato, updating the range to include Euro 6d-Temp compliant engines. The new model also features a new nine-speed automatic transmission, advanced driving assist systems, updated infotainment system and revised exterior.
All models utilise a 2.3-litre diesel engine, available with 120PS, 140PS, 160PS or 180PS.
The engine features a new turbocharger that adapts to the speed of the engine and to driving styles to provide the right performance at all times.
A new nine-speed automatic transmission is said to optimise consumption levels without compromising performance. It allows for optimum use of driving torque that reaches 450Nm on the 180PS.
Prices start at around £200 more than the outgoing version, at £24,670 (ex VAT).
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