There are three important version of the Iveco Daily van, beginning with the C model, which is the most traditional with a chassis that is five millimetres thick and as sturdy as certain 7.5 tonners; thanks to its rear twin wheels, the Iveco Daily C can support from thirty five hundred to sixty five hundred kilograms GVW. The Iveco Daily van L series is lighter, supporting up to thirty five hundred kilograms GVW; finally, the Iveco Daily van S versions has thirty five hundred kilgograms GVW and a chassis with a frame that is three millimetres thick.
As for engines, there is quite a variety. The 35S features one hundred and fourteen horsepower with its 12 engine; one hundred and twenty three horsepower with its 13 engine; and one hundred and forty three horsepower with its 15 engine. There is a 2.3 litre engine with a five speed gear box and a 2.8 litre engine with a six speed gearbox.
The Iveco Daily van averages over seventy kilometres per hour in terms of speed. Average speeds only tell so much however; more important is the fact that it can easily and happily maintain speeds of sixty five or more while driving up steep hills and mountainous roads. It is ideal for city driving as well, able to pass with ease and handle tight curves like a dream. Even the standard 2.3 litre engine performs admirably. It makes the Iveco Daily van a very lively and peppy drive, sometimes accelerating at a faster and smoother rate than the more powerful 2.8 litre engine. It is supremely easy to change gears – both critics and drivers have likened changing gears in the Iveco Daily van to pressing a hot knife through butter. Furthermore, both engines are extremely quiet, making for noiseless, calming rides.