Fiat Professional Bringing Doblo Cargo to 2011 CV Show

Fiat Professional will be showing its extensive range of award-winning CVs at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham’s NEC. Taking center stage on Fiat’s stand is the Doblo Cargo, voted International Van of the Year 2011. Also on display, making their UK debuts, will be an example of the recently introduced Euro 5 Fiorino range and the Punto Evo Van.

In the UK, the Doblo Cargo is available with a choice of four low emissions, Euro 4 and 5-specification engines, and comes in seven different forms: Cargo, Cargo Maxi, Cargo SX, Cargo Maxi SX, Combi, Combi Maxi and Platform Cab.

The engine line-up comprises a 1.4-liter 16v petrol unit and three MultiJet 16v diesels. Prices start at £11,395 excluding VAT for the Doblo Cargo 1.4 16v Petrol. Start&Stop has been fitted to all Euro 5 versions, providing up to 15 per cent fuel savings, plus CO2 emissions figures as low as just 126 g/km.

The Fiat Professional range of award-winning vehicles has been enjoying a high level of interest from customers and the media, and this is set to continue with the introduction of new environmentally friendly Euro 5 engines in the Fiorino, Scudo and Punto Evo Van,” said Gerry Clarke, Director of Fiat Professional UK.

The full lineup of vehicles at this year's CV Show comprises:
  • Scudo Van L2H1 12Q Comfort 2.0 MultiJet 120 bhp
  • Ducato 35 Van 2.3 120 MultiJet LWB HR
  • Ducato  35 Cab 2.3 120 MultiJet Diesel LWB Low Loader Plant & Go conversion by KFS Special Vehicles Ltd
  • Doblo Cargo Base 1.3 MultiJet 16v Diesel  90bhp
  • Doblo Cargo SX 1.3 MultiJet 16v Diesel 90 bhp
  • Fiorino Cargo SX 1.3 MultiJet Diesel 75 bhp Euro 5
  • Punto Evo Van 1.3 Dynamic  MultiJet Diesel 95 bhp  S&S Euro 5
  • Doblo Cargo Maxi SX 1.6 MultiJet 16v Diesel 105 bhp (Outside Display)
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