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The Iveco Daily is a large van produced by Iveco from 1978, in was sold also as Fiat Daily until 1983. It is also available as a minibus.
The first series Daily was offered with two models, the 35 and the 50 (3.5 and 5.0 tons). The larger one (Daily 50) had load capacity up to 17 m³. In 1980, a turbodiesel version named "Turbodaily" was introduced, and it was in production until 2002.
The second generation Daily was introduced in 1990, with a totally revised cab and improvements on the Sofim engine (at that time, with a 2.5 L capacity).
The second generation was facelifted in 1996; it differs only slighly exterior-wise, but the engine was now available in 2.8-litre capacity 76 KW (103 hp). All-wheel-drive variants were also made available.
With third series the Daily got new light groups (wider and lower). The Turbodaily name was dropped as all turbodiesels came with Unijet technology (common rail). Two new versions were released: "Agile", with automatic gearshift, and "CNG", a natural gas version. Also two new load classes were introduced: Daily 65 and Daily 28 (6.5 tons and 2.8 tons).
The current generation was designed by Giugiaro and arrived to markets in the middle of 2006. It's available as: Van, cabin cruiser, Combi, Minibus, Agile, and CNG. The minibus is also commercialized with the Irisbus brand.
For the first time since the year 2000, an all wheel drive version of the Daily is available starting from 2007. This is developed in co-operation with the company SCAM and is available as single cab and double cab with the wheelbases 3050mm (120.1in) and 3400mm (133.9in) and double cab with wheelbase of 3400mm (133.9in). Permissible total weight in two versions: 3500kg (7716lb) or 5500kg (12125lb).
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