2015 Iveco Daily Release - Iveco Cars Review

2015 Iveco Daily Release
2015 Iveco Daily Release, Iveco Daily for 2015, which premiered in June, won the box car 2015 award was given at the 65th International Commercial Vehicle Show, which takes place in Hanover, a new Iveco Daily beat other finalists from shortlist, molds manufacturer FIAT, Ford, Mercedes, Renault and Opel. The annual Van of the Year awarded by a jury of 23 journalists from major international publications for commercial vehicles.The new Iveco Daily is presented in both structural variants as Van in a version with chassis cab. Although 80% of the components redesigned, Daily has preserved its classical structure of the chassis, which provides strength and durability over time, including versions for maximum flexibility chassis with cab.The Italian manufacturer says that, thanks to the new model with an extended wheelbase and rear overhang shortening, Daily has improved drivability with maneuverability in tight spaces.Weight vans may be in the range of 3.3 to 7 tonnes, with space for loads in the range of 7.3 to 19.6 m3. The van is produced in altitudes of up to 2,100 mm, so even tall people can stand upright in the cargo area. External lengths are in the range of 5.040 to 7.500 mm, while the luggage compartment loading may be in the range of 2.600 mm to 5.100 mm. In addition, lowering the loading platform by 55 mm facilitated the loading and unloading of vehicles. Available wheelbases with vans are revised and now includes 3,000, 3,520 and 4,100 mm, with the team as the last two mentioned lengths are available for vehicles with long and short overhang.Wheelbase is 3,000 to 4,750 mm and the overall length of the vehicle up to 6,190 mm and a weight ranging from 3.3 to 7 tons. Comfort vehicles is also improved. The driver has a comfortable working position and a better driving position thanks to improved sound insulation, and reduced external noise in the cabin. The control panel has better visibility. Cabin air conditioning system is effective, and commands provide better ergonomics.

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