Six months ago scarce that new Iveco Daily is in the Spanish market. Which is one of the most representative market vans recently received a complete update that tries to position the Italian model as a leader in its segment. To achieve this objective, Iveco continues to strengthen the range and has come to Brussels to present the latest developments of this model.
From now on Iveco Daily provide in its range of eight-speed automatic transmission under the trade name Hi-Matic . Although it may seem silly, automatic van helps reduce fatigue and stress on drivers who spend several daily at the wheel of this type of vehicle hours, especially if you are driving regularly for urban areas.
Thus the Iveco Daily van is the first market to adopt an automatic change of this type. With increased number of relationships and your better staggering, an improvement in performance is achieved with faster acceleration and adjusted consumption. It also offers the Eco and Power modes operation, with different managing change depending on the needs of the moment.
The Eco mode changes underway soon, at low speed and gently, keeping consumption in check, while the Power rushes of marches and make changes quickly to fully aprevechar the engine, which can be diesel 2.3 or 3.0 liter up to 205 hp and 470nm of torque . Depending on the brand maintenance cost is reduced by 10% compared to manual versions, which is an important fact.
Iveco market the Hi-Matic automatic transmission with three different schedules, Urban, Regional and International . The first is focused on who makes more frequent use in town, optimizing maneuverability and comfort. The International program also features a double overdrive and torque converter with torsional damper. These measures help to reduce consumption on longer journeys established speeds. The towing capacity of automatic Daily is up to 3,500 kilos, with a total mass of up to 7.2 tonnes.
Source – Iveco
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