Why Lease The Iveco Daily?
The Iveco Daily has a great reputation as a workhorse, capable of taking on any task thrown at it with ease. It's one of the most popular vans in Europe, with users demanding 100% commitment and reliability from their working tool. This Iveco van has a unique chassis frame to which the body is mounted, making the van one of the toughest out there.
It's available in four body lengths and three roof heights, and with 226 variants in total there's a Daily perfectly suited for every job. There's a chassis cab too, so if you need a Luton, Tipper or Dropside truck you won't be disappointed. Find your perfect Iveco Daily lease deal today or browse all our latest large vans available online.
Why Choose Leasing?
Don't settle for used, take advantage of our unbeatable Iveco Daily lease deals today. Tailor your lease agreement to your budget and needs with fixed monthly rentals and no hidden fees or balloon payments. Once your lease is over, your van will be collected so you can simply select a brand-new van to drive.
If you're new to leasing and would like to know more about how van leasing works, take a look at our easy to understandvan leasing guides.
Iveco Daily Specifications & Dimensions
The Iveco Daily is fitted with either a 2.3-litre or 3.0-litre diesel engine. These are offered at power outputs of 136hp, 156hp, 160hp, 180hp or 210hp, depending on the application. You can have a manual gearbox, or Iveco's Hi-Matic 8-speed automatic box, which is derived from one previously used in Maserati cars. Iveco has recently announced a new zero-emission Daily Electric, with full details to follow.
If you need your new large van to take a decent load, then the Iveco Daily is certainly up to the task. Go for the 4100mm wheelbase model you'll have up to 5125mm of load length and, coupled with the highest H3 roof there's a cavernous 19.6 cubic metres of load volume available. All Iveco Daily vans are capable of towing a 3500 kg braked trailer.
Iveco Daily Trims And Models Available
Although there's just the single trim level, Iveco offers a selection of equipment packs for the Daily. These are Business, Evolution and Connect packs, adding an increasing amount of specification. There's also a Winter pack that includes a heated windscreen and seats, then there's the Mission packs called 'Delivery Urban' and 'Delivery Regional', tailored to those who carry out multi-drop delivery operations.
Iveco Daily Fuel Economy & Emissions
Depending on the specification and engine, the Iveco Daily has official WLTP fuel consumption figures of around 27.5mpg.
What engine is in the Iveco Daily?
The Iveco Daily is powered by a 2.3-litre or 3.0-litre diesel engine. These are offered at power outputs of 136hp, 156hp, 160hp, 180hp or 210hp.
What Other Vans Does The Daily Compete With?
As a large van, the Iveco Daily competes with a variety of vehicles, including some big names like the Ford Transit, Volkswagen Crafter, Renault Master, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Nissan Interstar and Vauxhall Movano.
Where is the Iveco Daily built?
The Iveco Daily is built at the Suzzara plant in Italy.
How big is an Iveco Daily?
The Iveco Daily L1 has an overall length ranging from 5080mm up to 7540mm. __ How long is the warranty on an Iveco Daily? __
The Iveco Daily has a 2-year unlimited mileage warranty, plus an additional 2 years of roadside assistance.