Fiat introduces Tecnico versions of Ducato and Doblo Cargo

Article by Christian A., on August 6, 2012

Banking on the positive feedback to special series Ducato Tecnico, Fiat Professional has decided to extend the Tecnico’s availability to other versions and models in the range. The Ducato Tecnico series was launched early this year. It is based on the Ducato 35 Van 2.3 Litre 130 MultiJet II LWB HR (L3H2). Fiat Professional has built a new Ducato Tecnico version based on the Ducato 30 Van 2.3 Litre 130 MultiJet II SWB (L1H1).

The company has started to take orders. It comes with several extra standard equipment such as air conditioning, front fog lights, Blue&Me with steering wheel controls, TomTom predisposition on the dashboard, B&M TomTom Live navigator plus cradle, Start&Stop, special wheel trims, reverse parking sensors and eco: Drive Professional software. Consumers can choose from a wide variety of pastel colors for the Ducato Tecnico version of their choice.

Metallic paint costs £100 more. The SX version is the basis for the Doblò Cargo Tecnico versions so the additional standard equipment are the following: air conditioning, Blue&Me with steering wheel controls, TomTom predisposition on the dashboard, B&M TomTom Live navigator plus cradle, Start&Stop, reverse parking sensors and eco:Drive Professional software. The SX trim level for Doblò Cargo has front fog lights and special wheel trims as standard equipment.

Doblò Cargo Tecnico versions can be ordered in all pastel colours and for just £100 more, the Doblò Cargo Tecnico can also be ordered in metallic paint.

Promotional prices for the Ducato Tecnico are as follows: Ducato VAN 30 L1H1 130 MultiJet II Tecnico - £13,995.00 OTR excluding VAT; Ducato VAN 35 L3H2 130 MultiJet II Tecnico - £16,995.00 OTR excluding VAT. Promotional prices for the Doblò Cargo Tecnico are as follows: Doblò Cargo Tecnico 1.3 MultiJet II 90hp - £10,495.00 OTR excluding VAT; Doblò Cargo MAXI Tecnico 1.6 MultiJet 105hp - £11,995.00 OTR excluding VAT.

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