Joining the van line-up are three new volume versions of the 35S - 7.3m³, 10.8m³ and 18m³. The ranks of the higher GVM 50C have been bolstered with new 9m³ and 10.8m³ variants.
Iveco also announcing the arrival of new cab chassis models across both the single and dual cab range. Those new models include five additional wheelbases available in the Daily 45C and four new wheelbase options for the 50C.
The larger Iveco Daily 70C gains a further two wheelbase options, while the 50C and 70C dual cab models get a further three wheelbase choices and there’s also four new wheelbases for the 50C and 70C dual cab.
Another change being introduced includes the availability of Iveco’s 150kW/470Nm 3.0 litre twin-turbo engine as a selectable option on all van and cab chassis models.
Iveco’s Rear Air Suspension has also become a selectable option on all models in the Daily range.
Lastly, Iveco is also upping the standard features on offer in the Daily, including the inclusion of the ESP 9 safety package and the ‘Iveconnect’ multimedia system for the Daily vans.
Sliding windows are now available (for most models) on driver and passenger side sliding doors and alloy wheels become on option on 35S Single Wheel models.
Iveco Australia Marketing Manager, Darren Swenson, expecting a positive response from the market.
“The latest additions and refinements made to the van and cab chassis range will further broaden the appeal of the award-winning Daily to a wider range of buyers, particularly tradespeople and PUD operators,”
“It’s approximately a year since the current generation Daily range was launched in Australia, and this experience over the last 12 months has provided us with the market intelligence to refine our model mix to better suit the requirements of our customers.
“The result is an even stronger product range with great standard features and the improved ability for prospective buyers to specify a Daily van or cab chassis to very closely fit their business needs.”