Used Iveco Daily vans tend to be bought by specialist operators. The vans are built more like trucks and are therefore available right up the weight range. The Iveco Daily can be specified as a 7 tonner with the 70C17 and 70C21 models, for example. This means truck operators can have a van-sized cab with a payload far greater than a typical 7.5 tonner. Carries more but looks smaller – perfect for urban operation. Iveco Daily light commercial vehicles are often bought new as chassis cabs rather than panel vans and can therefore have bespoke bodies fitted to the rear wheel drive ladder chassis. Whilst there are fewer Iveco Daily vans for sale than most other van makes, they are extremely sought after if they are particularly long examples or those with a high gross vehicle weight. Available with the Hi-matic automated gearbox that is seen on many luxury cars, including Jaguars, the Daily makes a great van for local multi drop operation.
Iveco have made the Daily van for more than 40 years. It was actually the first new vehicle designed by the company after the manufacturers all came together.
easyStorage needed a fleet of vehicles to deliver a large-capacity, efficient transport solution. Having trialled options in different shapes and sizes, the Iveco Daily 7-Tonne range has proven to provide the basis for that winning formula. Wrapped in the trademark bright orange, there is no mistaking 3.8-meter high and 8.7-meter-long vehicles out on the road. Supplied by A M Philip Trucktech in Glasgow, Scotland, easyStorage now runs a 100% Iveco fleet with 27 7.2T GVW Daily currently in operation. Additionally, another 12 are in build with a further eight on order. The vehicles recently saw the company take home both…>
Iveco has partnered with finance house, Arval UK to introduce of a new range of contract hire funding options for the 3.5t GVW range of Daily panel and crew vans, chassis cabs and crew cabs. These offers are open to limited companies through business contract hire. Available across the UK dealer network, credit approval decisions will be provided in two minutes. For customers looking to have a more specialist body on their Daily, either with optional extras or body-built solutions such as tippers, dropsides and lutons, the new contract hire deal has the flexibility to include this on a single…>
These are large numbers of vans to roll off the production line. It has taken some 40 years to reach this milestone, but this too is testament to the durability of the concept and the dedication of the IVECO team to compete in a market dominated by large car manufacturers. All of the 1,600,000 Daily vans have rolled off the assembly line at the Suzzara plant (in Mantua, Italy) - the factory where the Daily has always been made. The Daily has continuously reinvented itself for more than 40 years, with innovation, versatility and efficiency. It has introduced many innovations…>
For quick fix urban road repairs, you don’t need a huge 18-tonner blocking roads. Plenty of councils have identified this issue and are ordering 7-tonne Iveco Daily vans with hotboxes fitted through Dawsongroup Sweepers. Dawsongroup Sweepers have now taken delivery of 10 Iveco Daily chassis cabs for conversion to ‘Hotbox’ road repair vehicles. The company’s business hasn’t slowed down throughout the pandemic, which means that all 10 of the new Daily vehicles are already spoken for and will be off to their end users shortly after receipt from the bodybuilder. The 72C18HA8 vehicles feature Iveco’s 180hp 3.0 F1C diesel, with…>
If you are delivering to urban environments, then it pays to have a truck with a more compact appearance. Euro Foods, a distributor of frozen and fresh foods has realised this and has just taken delivery of eleven Iveco Daily trucks/vans? The Daily is difficult to categorise as a truck or a van, as it looks a lot like a van – with a cab used to compete with the Ford Transit at 3.5 tonnes – but the Daily has a GVW of up to 7.2 tonnes. This means that it can not only compete with your common or garden…>