Iveco models

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What Iveco vans are there?

The only Iveco vans for sale in the UK are variations of the Daily. The Iveco Daily starts at 3.5 tonnes and goes up to seven tonnes, and offers high-top, crew van, chassis cab and panel van options. Iveco also makes the Eurocargo and S-Way trucks.

Does Iveco make an electric van?

Yes, Iveco has started building the eDaily, an electric version of its Daily van. Iveco says that the eDaily has a 248-mile range around town and that it can add 62 miles of range in half an hour. The towing capacity is the same as the diesel versions at 3.5 tonnes. However, it doesn’t seem to have arrived in the UK market yet.

Can I get finance on a used Iveco with Motorpoint?

Found your perfect Iveco at Motorpoint? We offer Hire Purchase (HP) finance to spread the cost for up to five years. Call our friendly team and arrange this over the phone, or visit us in store.


Besides the electric powertrain in the eDaily, Iveco vans come with either a 2.3-litre or 3.0-litre diesel engine. The smaller engine comes in 120, 140 and 160 versions, which offer 116hp, 136hp and 156hp respectively. Typically, the 3.0-litre engine is found under the bonnet of the bigger configurations of the Daily, and comes with 176 or 207hp. A six-speed manual gearbox and an eight-speed Hi-Matic automatic gearbox are available.

Iveco was formed as part of a merger of five truck makers within the Fiat Group in the mid-1970s, but today it stands alone from Fiat. However, inside the Daily you might spot some switchgear and controls from other brands in the old Fiat-Chrysler group. The steering wheel is even shared with US-market Dodge muscle cars with over 700hp – albeit without the same luxury trimmings.

Yes, there are 4x4 versions of the Daily van and chassis cab models. They’re rare, but you’ll spot them with their much higher ride height and knobbly tyres.

Iveco’s engines and oily bits are generally reliable, and over 200,000 miles should be easily achievable with routine maintenance. As with many modern infotainment systems and electrical components, glitches and gremlins can sometimes occur.