FIAT has just introduced the sixth-generation Ducato.
The new van, stable-mate to the Peugeot Boxer and Citroen Relay has all-new front-end styling featuring new headlamps, with optional LEDs, and a bold new grille design, available in satin silver or piano black.
The new three-part front bumper looks the part, and also helps to reduce repair costs when it gets bashed. A new bonnet, skid plate and new alloy wheels complete the revised exterior style.
The new Ducato has the broadest front-wheel-drive range on the market. Buyers can choose from between eight different load capacities, ranging from 8cu m to 17cu m, four lengths and three different heights. Five lengths are available for the chassis cabs – that’s one more than the current range.
The new Ducato is powered by the Euro 5+ engine. The company has worked to reduce emissions and improve economy by around 10% across the range. It now has best-in-class emission and fuel consumption figures, with emissions for the entry-level 2.3 MultiJet II 110hp as low as 170g/km and a fuel economy figure of 44.1mpg.