Fiat Professional’s New Punto Van made its UK debut at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham’s NEC.
The appeal of Fiat Professional's Doblò Cargo van range has just been broadened with a new version introduced.
Can it really be 30 years since the Fiat Ducato first appeared in Europe?
With a 163bhp Euro V powerplant under its bonnet, this van may just be a little too quick
Everyone at Fleet Van has been knocked out by the Fiat Fiorino since it first appeared on the fleet scene in 2008.
Fiat will now supply vehicles comprising several variants to Opel/Vauxhall commencing December 2011.
The Fiat Doblo Cargo has been named 2010 Fleet Van of the Year at the Fleet Van Awards.
The new Fiat Doblò Cargo was crowned International Van of the Year 2011 at the award ceremony in Hanover, Germany.
New engines, better build quality and a host of class-leading features make the Doblo a winner.
Fiat has replaced its rather wacky-looking Doblo Cargo with a new model that could well set the standard for small vans in the future.
Fiat’s rather curiously designed Doblo and Doblo Cargo have metamorphosised into a whole new shape for 2010, with a fresh set of engines and class-leading payload.
Fiat, which has been named most improved van manufacturer at the Fleet Van Awards, has upped the panel van ante with its latest Ducato, offering 25 different models up to four tonnes gvw.
Fiorino makes a big noise as Fiat’s diminutive urban van demonstrates that great things come in small packages
The van on test here is one of a trio of vehicles that have carved out a new niche in the LCV market.
Dreamed up by Italy’s most famous car designer and boasting true car-like characteristics, the new Fiat Grande Punto makes an impressive fleet package.
Every journalist has his or her pet favourites – and Fiat will no doubt be delighted to learn that my particular blue-eyed boy in the car-derived sector is the van on test here, the Fiat Doblo Cargo.
This chic new round-town runabout is bound to set a fresh trend among the UK’s van fleet buyers. But where on earth did they get those names?
With a new Ducato heavy panel van and Doblo Cargo launched last year – and now a fresh Scudo appearing in April – it’s been a busy time for the CV lads at Fiat of late.
Fiat is aiming to grab a slice of the growing market for upmarket passenger transport.
Trevor Gelken gets behind the wheel of the new light panel van triplets the Citroën Dispatch, Fiat Scudo and Peugeot Expert