A year ago now that the latest generation Iveco Daily was presented. He began his marketing last summer and have slowly been coming new versions to the range. The last to arrive were the variants with automatic eight relations, which now joins the ever impressive Iveco Daily 4 × 4 , designed to reach places that other van ever dream of tread.
The range of Iveco Daily 4 × 4 is more limited and will be offered with two different battles and two cabins. Single cab versions can accommodate up to three passengers and have a wheelbase of 3,050 or 3,400 mm (total length of 4.92 or 5.42 meters). The Daily 4 × 4 Crew Cab resort to longer wheelbase and can accommodate up to seven passengers . The MMA can be 3.5 or 5.5 tons and a single cab with back open for bodywork as buses or motorhomes are also available.
The Iveco Daily 4 × 4 is not simply a variant of the van to which they have been given an all-wheel drive, it is much more extreme. His 3.0 diesel four-cylinder delivers 170 horsepower and 400 Nm between 1,250 and 3,000 rpm. It is associated with a manual gearbox six relations with a transfer case having four reductions, which has a total of 24 speed . The traction is permanent and three locking differentials have .
The chassis is specially prepared to withstand the most extreme conditions and suspension and tires are also specific to this release. The steel bumper three parts facilitates the installation of accessories such as a winch or a snow shovel . The front brakes are ventilated disc and rear drum. The ESP, ABS, traction control and hill start aid are standard.
Circular outside the asphalt is something you can not resist the Iveco Daily 4 × 4, not only for its engine and its elaborate system of traction, but also by a ground clearance of 294mm and angles of attack for the 50th and 32nd for output, and a ventral 145.
Source – Iveco
From 20,307 euro
Article Iveco Daily 4 × 4, to reach culaquier part was originally published in Current Motor.