Iveco wins big van rental order

Enterprise Rent-A-Car to add Iveco Daily vans to fleet

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We aren’t at all surprised to see rental companies increasingly investing the Iveco Daily van.

We’ve driven the Daily on a number of occasions have always come away impressed at the quality and versatility of the van.

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Iveco has made no secret of the fact that it is targeting rental fleets and sees big opportunities in that space for the Daily.

Back in September, Europcar expanded its local range of Daily vans.

Another step towards that is this new 60 van order submitted by Enterprise Rent-A-Car.

The fast-growing rental car company is growing its commercial vehicle fleet with the Daily 35S13 vans a great addition according to National Remarketing and Franchise Manager – ANZ, Thai Pham.

“In Australia we’ve previously been limited to passenger vehicles, but we’ve identified some opportunities in the commercial vehicle space, particularly with vans and our plan is to launch commercial vehicles to all major cities in Australia.”

All of the vans are specified with Iveco’s 2.3 litre turbo-diesel engine, mated to an eught-speed auto transmission and boasting 12 m³ of usable cargo space.

“The availability of a full automatic transmission was extremely important for us – we want to make driving the van as easy as possible for our clients and potential customers, the New Daily really drives like a car.” Thai said.

“As a company we’re confident that we can successfully grow this segment of our business and we look forward to having a continued relationship with Iveco to service our equipment needs in this area.”

Related: Iveco Daily upgraded for 2018

The big 60 vehicle order comes just days after further good news for Iveco with the vehicle manufacturer also announcing a significant 110 truck order.

Stay up to date with all the latest Iveco commercial vehicle news here at behindthewheel.com.au and, if you’re keen to keep up with the latest Iveco Trucks News, visit heavyvehicles.com.au.




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