Keen to be seen as more than just ‘OK’, Iveco have given their used truck remarketing operation a makeover with a rebrand to ‘Iveco Certified Pre-Owned’.  Iveco put their ‘Pre-Owned’ vehicles through a series of checks and inspections following a set procedure before they are put out on the market. 120 checked points included the following components:

  • Interiors
  • Onboard Electrics / Electronics
  • Cab / Coachwork
  • Chassis
  • Braking System
  • Engine
  • Fuel System
  • Gearbox / Transfer Box
  • Clutch
  • Cooling System
  • Heating / Air Conditioning
  • Bodybuilding / Hydraulic System

Depending on the vehicle’s age, mileage and the amount of work required for reprocessing, the vehicles are divided into three categories – PREMIUM, PLUS and STANDARD. Full details of the classification guidelines below.

IVECO Certified Preowned

Iveco Certified Premium

  • Low Mileage
  • Vehicle max. 4 years old
  • Tyre tread at least 5mm
  • Legal documentation and technical inspection carried out
  • Exterior and interior cleaned & destickered
  • Vehicle fully refurbished
  • Manufacturer warranty
Iveco Certified Premium

Iveco Certified Plus

  • Vehicle max. 6 years old
  • Tyre tread at least 3mm
  • Legal documentation and technical inspection carried out
  • Exterior and interior cleaned & destickered
  • Roadworthy
  • Manufacturer warranty (If applicable)
Iveco Certified Plus

Iveco Certified Standard

  • Legal documentation and technical inspection carried out
  • Exterior and interior cleaned & destickered
  • Roadworthy
Iveco Certified Standard

Online Support

Iveco have rebranded their used online offering with vehicles advertised for sale by the network at www.iveco-preowned.uk. With just thirty trucks advertised for sale in the UK via three dealerships, the choice of pre-owned trucks remains limited. The site has not yet been fully updated to show the new classifications for the vehicles available. There are only two Certified trucks and to find them at the time of going to press, you have to select an old OK Trucks classification ‘Comfort’.