First images and details of the new Iveco Daily have been released, with the next generation set to increase load volume and fuel economy when it arrives in the summer.
Panel van, chassis cab and minibus versions will be available, atop the Daily’s trademark ladder frame chassis that will allow the third generation of the Daily to support GVWs of up to 7 tonnes like the outgoing model.
Wheelbase lengths have been increased, while the rear overhang has been shortened for improved manoeuvrability.
New 18m³ and 20m³ models will also feature in the range offering class-leading load volumes.
Iveco also claims there will be a 5% improvement in fuel consumption over the previous model, with improved handling as well as greater soundproofing for the cabin.
Models up to 3.5 tonnes get a revised front suspension, while single rear wheel models receive a new rear suspension layout to reduce the loading height by 55mm.
CM will have further details of the new Daily and first driving impressions in June.Looking to by a Daily now? Our Used Trucks section is the place for you.
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