Why Lease A Fiat Van?
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Fiat is Italy’s largest automotive manufacturer with a rich history dating back to 1899! It manufactures light commercial vehicles under the Fiat Professional banner. More recently, Fiat was acquired by Stellantis in 2021 and now operates as part of that company’s family, which also produces Vauxhall vans and Citroen vans. Fiat’s van range has recently been overhauled - they’ve lost the Talento medium van, but gained the all-new Scudo medium van - and now use Stellantis van platforms to build their commercial vehicles.
The all-new Fiat Doblo small van joins the growing ranks of Stellantis-owned small vans that are all built using the same platform - you’ll notice more than a few similarities with vans such as the Vauxhall Combo and Peugeot Partner small vans. This flexible and award-winning platform means the Doblo is available with diesel engines and all-electric powertrains. Payloads in the diesel versions max out at 1000kg, while the electric versions can carry up to 800kg and offer a sensible range of 170 miles plus.
The all-new Fiat Scudo is Fiat’s version of the Citroen Dispatch (and other Stellantis medium vans) replacing their old Talento medium van - that older platform has found new life as the basis of the all-new Renault Trafic medium van. The current Scudo with a diesel engine under the bonnet offers up to 6.6 cubic metres of load volume and payloads maxing out at 1400kg. The all-electric E-Scudo is almost identical to the e-Berlingo, with the exception of the redesigned front-end of the van, and offers a usable range of just over 200 miles. The electric Scudo is also capable of carrying payloads of up to 1885kgs - thanks to electric vans having an overall heavier gross vehicle weight.
The Fiat Ducato is a large van that lives up to all the requirements of being a big van that can harbour a bulky load - its maximum payload is a jaw-dropping 2100kg. Its long list of varying dimensions and body styles also means there’s a version for every conceivable large van requirement. The arrival of the all-electric eDucato was no surprise against the backdrop of the other Stellantis brands releasing their own electric large vans, and like them it can carry up to 1900kg in the back and offers a respectable 140-mile range.
Why Lease A Fiat Van?
On a lease you’ll be able to drive a new Fiat van by only paying affordable and fixed monthly payments with no hidden costs or admin fees to pay. Leasing can be tailored to your needs, meaning that you can decide to pay a lower initial rental payment for your Fiat van lease if you like. You’ll decide your contract length, annual mileage and model - servicing and maintenance can also be added to your plan as an optional extra. Plus, you don’t need to worry about depreciation and selling your car for a lower cost at the end of your lease – just hand the vehicle back and upgrade to an even newer van on another lease deal.
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Fiat Van FAQs
Does Fiat make electric vans? Yes, Fiat makes electric versions of the Doblo small van, Scudo medium van and Ducato large van.
Which Fiat van is the biggest? The biggest Fiat van is the Ducato large van - available with diesel engines or in an all-electric version.
Are Fiat vans reliable? Fiat vans are as reliable as any other van on the market - they platform share with all of the other Stellantis-owned brands’ vans, so maintenance is far easier thanks to the interchangeability of the parts they use.
What warranty do Fiat vans come with? All Fiat vans come with a 3-year or 100,000-mile manufacturer’s warranty.
Which Fiat van is the newest? The newest Fiat vans are the recently-launched Doblo small van and Scudo medium van - both available with diesel or all-electric powertrains.
Where are Fiat vans made? Fiat’s Ducato large van is built in Italy, the new Doblo small van is built in Spain, while the Scudo medium van is built in France and in the UK.