Iveco introduces Business trim for Daily range

Iveco has launched a new Business trimline for its Daily product range, which groups together some of the range’s most popular options and can give customers significant savings.

The Business trimline is available across the Daily product range except for the Daily 4×4 and Minibus models. The new model, which was launched digitally via Facebook Premiere across the UK dealer network, is designed to group together some of the ranges most popular options, as well as standard equipment features such as manual air conditioning, cruise control, front fog lights as well as electrically heated and adjustable door mirrors.

Ordering a Business trimline vehicle delivers customers a 34% saving compared to specifying each option individually.

Daily Business will be recognised as a standalone model and features new dedicated ‘BUSINESS’ badging to differentiate it within the Daily line-up.

The Iveco Daily is available as a panel van, chassis cab, chassis cowl and crew-cab the Daily range spans 3.5 tonnes GVW to a range exclusive 7.2 tonnes.

Developed with Fiat Powertrain Technologies and built to meet stringent WLTP & RDE Euro VI D emissions standards, the Iveco Daily can be specified to run on diesel or compressed natural gas (CNG).

The 2.3-litre F1A Diesel is homologated for light and heavy duty, with power ranging from 120hp with 320Nm of torque to 160hp with 380Nm. All variants are available with a 6-speed manual gearbox or 8-speed automatic gearbox.

The heavy duty 3.0-litre F1C is available with 160hp and 380Nm with the manual gearbox while the 180hp version can be specified as either a manual or automatic. The range-topping 210hp and 470Nm is only available with automatic.

Operators looking to maximise their green credentials, while saving up to 34% on fuel costs and reducing their CO2 emissions by 95% when running on biomethane, are able to choose a CNG-powered turbocharged 3.0-litre F1C engine.

Daily is the only vehicle in its class capable of offering an automatic gearbox with a CNG engine, it can also be specified with a manual gearbox. Producing 136hp and 350Nm of torque, it emits 4dB less engine noise compared to its diesel counterparts.

Used valuation data experts CAP have also suggested that Business models could hold an extra £1,000 in value at 12 months old.

“CAPs predictions of a strong uplift in residuals cements the Business trimline as a real value-added proposition in the Daily range,” said Iveco’s light business-line director, Mike Cutts.

“By adding to Daily’s already impressive comfort and driveability credentials means customers will benefit from a comprehensive vehicle ready for any mission, without compromising their bottom line.”

The Iveco Daily Business is available to order now.

Dan Parton
Dan Parton
Dan Parton is a former editor of Truck & Driver, the UK’s biggest selling truck magazine. He is now the editor of our three commercial vehicle titles: The Van Expert, The Truck Expert and Commercial Vehicle Engineer.

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