FIAT Doblo Models/Series Timeline, Specifications & Photos

Generations: 4
First production year: 2001
Engines: Gasoline, Natural gas, Diesel
Body style: Van

2015 - Present

The facelifted version of the Fiat Doblo was introduced in 2015 at the Geneva Motor Show. Despite being a utility van, it was factory built as an MPV as well. In 2000, Fiat decided to build a utility vehicle that could cover most of the urban needs for a small shop. It was a huge success and, in 2010, it introduced the second generation. It was offered in a few sizes, to fit everyone's needs and pockets. The 2015 Doblo MPV was more about sense than styling. It was a very practical vehicle, easy to drive, with great visibility and a huge luggage area. But the styling was not comple...

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gasoline engines:

  FIAT Doblo 1.4L 6MT (95 HP)

  FIAT Doblo 1.4L T-Jet 6MT (120 HP)

natural gas engines:

  FIAT Doblo 1.4L T-Jet CNG 6MT (120 HP)

diesel engines:

  FIAT Doblo 1.6L MultiJet 5AT (90 HP)

  FIAT Doblo 1.6L MultiJet 6MT (105 HP)

  FIAT Doblo 1.6L MultiJet 6MT (90 HP)

  FIAT Doblo 2.0L MultiJet 6MT (135 HP)


2010 - 2015

Fiat introduced the second generation of the Doblo in 2010, which was built in Turkey and featured unusual technical solutions for its segment. The Italian automaker understood that the MPV segment was dead in Europe. However, families still needed vehicles with roomy interiors to move around. Thus, they thought about building a light commercial vehicle and then adapting it. That was smart and allowed the Italian automaker to offer the car at a lower price since most of the development costs were split with the commercial-vehicle department. Last but not least, some of its underpinnings w...

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2005 - 2010

Starting with 2005, all vehicles sold in the EU had to comply with the Euro 4 pollution norms, and Fiat chose that year to introduce the facelift for the Doblo range. Even if it was designed as a light utility vehicle, the Doblo was a very good and competitive MPV on the market. One of the most important differences between the Italian vehicle and its competitors was the independent rear suspension, which ensured a higher comfort level over bumpy roads. After the big fail with the Fiat Multipla design, the Italian carmaker decided to introduce the Doblo in that segment. The car was ava...

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2001 - 2004

While the French had already released their versions of a van-based family, Fiat released the Doblo. The first Doblo was sold in 2001.The car proved its utility and in 2006 was awarded the “International Van of the Year”. The car was based on the Fiat Strada’s platform and was manufactured in Turkey, in a Fiat’s subsidiary factory. The vehicle competed with another two cars in its segment, the Citroen Berlingo and the Renault Kangoo. The most important aspect of the Doblo is that it can carry up to 730 kg and had an interior volume of 3.2 cubic meters, but it also has a heavy commercial us...

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