April 9, 2020

Cleaner Daily range unveiled

Iveco has introduced an updated Daily van and light truck range to the UK, with the latest emissions standard engines, an improved cab interior with enhanced driver assistance, plus a range of connectivity solutions.

Iveco introduces the new Daily

Iveco has revealed its new Daily van, which introduces new advanced driver assistance systems and promises a fuel improvement of up to 10% over its predecessor.

Tread lightly with gas

Iveco’s Daily NP offers a viable alternative to diesel and electric, reports Dan Gilkes.

Driving on gas

With many companies in the transport and logistics business looking for an alternative to diesel, European truck and van manufacturer Iveco believes the future is gas-powered. Dan Gilkes reports.

The Selector: Conversions

Buying a panel van can be a complex business, finding the right wheelbase, roof height and load volume for your individual application, that can haul the payload that you need to move. Move into the world of the chassis cab, with the vast range of conversions and bodies available from a variety of suppliers and […]

Daily trio takes lead on environment

As the Iveco Daily celebrates 40 years of production, three engine variants have been launched that aim to cut the van’s impact on the environment.

CV Show preview

The 2018 CV Show may be set against a backdrop of uncertain times, but nevertheless reveals an optimistic and innovative vision for the future of the commercial vehicle sector. In this preview, we present a snapshot of the main players that will showcase their products and services at Birmingham’s NEC.

Curtainside Daily scores on payload and economy

Dan Gilkes finds much to admire with Iveco’s off-the-shelf curtainsider.

Three-way offer from Iveco

Iveco has launched its Daily Blue Power family using three different technologies to meet the needs of operators demanding sustainable transport solutions, particularly in inner cities.

Vans galore at CV Show

The focus of the CV Show at the NEC in Birmingham was vans as most truck manufacturers were absent. It was a bumper year for LCVs with a record number of new vehicles unveiled.