Top notch Talento is one of the most comfortable vans on the road and a real delight to drive.
Rebadged Mitsubishi L200 offers access to the Fiat Professional dealer network but double-cab versions only
Fiorino wins the battle of the clones but too many additional extras inflate the price
Can another rebadged version of the Renault Trafic make an impact on the market?
Manoeuvrable, competent pick-up impresses off-road, but lacks on-road refinement of some rivals
Former Fleet Van Awards van of the year gets a mid-life facelift
The Doblo Cargo mid-life refresh had big shoes to fill. Fiat has not disappointed
Can it really be 30 years since the Fiat Ducato first appeared in Europe?
New engines, better build quality and a host of class-leading features make the Doblo a winner.
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.
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.
Don’t be fooled by the diminutive engine in this van. MultiJet technology means 1.3 litres can give more than enough power to push the Fiat Punto van along nicely.
Refreshed Doblo is an even better performer
The Citroen Dispatch, Peugeot Expert and Fiat Scudo - three vans in one from the Sevel factory in Italy – have been treated to a range of mid-life improvements
Fiat’s 2.3-litre JTD common rail diesel gives the new Ducato quieter, cleaner and more fuel-efficient performance than the old 2.8 diesel