A NEW Crew Van version of the Scudo was unveiled by Fiat Professional at the CV Show. The six-seater Fiat Scudo Crew Van is available in both long- and short-wheebase body styles.
The glazed rear cabin is fitted with a three-seat bench, each equipped with a three-point seatbelt and individual headrest.
The cabin has a courtesy light and includes grab handles and cupholders for the crew.
It’s finished with durable plastic interior panels, and there is a removable carpet over the rubber floor trim.
To protect against intrusion from the load area, there’s a glazed bulkhead behind the rear seat, and to allow for stowage of longer items, there is an extension of the load space under the rear seat.
The Scudo Crew Van is powered by Fiat’s 2.0 MultiJet 130hp engine. It has a maximum payload of 1067kg, including driver, with a gross vehicle weight of 2880kg.
Combined cycle fuel consumption is stated as 41.5mpg.
Fiat Professional also showed a new two/four-seat Crew Van version of the Fiorino N1 with 1.3 75hp MultiJet II Active engine. The van conversion includes a rear passenger seat that can be folded or removed completely.
It has panelled sliding side doors on both sides and twin rear doors.
The vehicle on show had a movable mesh bulkhead and a non-removable ladder bulkhead, which sits behind the rear seats, is available as an option.