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About Iveco ECODaily

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2010 MODEL IVECO ECODAILY
Iveco has launched its new Iveco Daily range in the UK branded the ECODaily. As the name would suggest the company is showing its green credentials - a factor that is becoming increasingly important in today's economic environment.

From 2010, all EcoDaily engines conform to Euro 5 standards and are EEV compliant - the next, not yet compulsory standard. For the non-Eco-versions Iveco has introduced a new range of Euro 4 engines

Not only does Iveco emphasis its green credentials, but it reinforces its position as the manufacturer of heavier vans. This sector of the market where the Iveco Daily has traditionally reigned is now being attacked by newcomers, such as the Ford Transit, Renault Master and Vauxhall Movano, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and Volkswagen Crafter, not to mention Iveco's sister company the Fiat Ducato and the French pairing of the Citroen Relay and Peugeot Boxer. Not resting on their laurels, Iveco have raised the bar to an impressive 7 tonnes GVW. This new 7 tonner gives an increased payload of 470 compared to the 6.5 tonner.
This gives over 4.7 tonnes available for the body and payload on a chassis
Cab- much more than you'll get on a Eurocargo or DAF LF 45.

When you consider the impact on the environment that it would take three normal 3.5 tonne panel vans to carry the same as a fully laden 7-tonne EcoDaily- this means that emissions can be cut by more than 60% by only using the one vehicle. You do, however, need to use a tachograph, an O-Licence and a driver with a suitable licence.

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About Iveco ECODaily

Iveco

2010 MODEL IVECO ECODAILY
Iveco has launched its new Iveco Daily range in the UK branded the ECODaily. As the name would suggest the company is showing its green credentials - a factor that is becoming increasingly important in today's economic environment.

From 2010, all EcoDaily engines conform to Euro 5 standards and are EEV compliant - the next, not yet compulsory standard. For the non-Eco-versions Iveco has introduced a new range of Euro 4 engines

Not only does Iveco emphasis its green credentials, but it reinforces its position as the manufacturer of heavier vans. This sector of the market where the Iveco Daily has traditionally reigned is now being attacked by newcomers, such as the Ford Transit, Renault Master and Vauxhall Movano, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and Volkswagen Crafter, not to mention Iveco's sister company the Fiat Ducato and the French pairing of the Citroen Relay and Peugeot Boxer. Not resting on their laurels, Iveco have raised the bar to an impressive 7 tonnes GVW. This new 7 tonner gives an increased payload of 470 compared to the 6.5 tonner.
This gives over 4.7 tonnes available for the body and payload on a chassis
Cab- much more than you'll get on a Eurocargo or DAF LF 45.

When you consider the impact on the environment that it would take three normal 3.5 tonne panel vans to carry the same as a fully laden 7-tonne EcoDaily- this means that emissions can be cut by more than 60% by only using the one vehicle. You do, however, need to use a tachograph, an O-Licence and a driver with a suitable licence.

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About Iveco ECODaily

Iveco

2010 MODEL IVECO ECODAILY
The ECODaily comes in a panel van, chassis cab, (with crew cab options), window van and an MPV model. Just the 10 engine power outputs from 96 to 176PS loads of different wheelbase lengths and rear overhangs, roof heights and options of rear axles means that Iveco can make more than 7,000 different types of Daily - again, more like a truck than a van.

The most obvious change is the new front to the Iveco Daily. The grill has been joined in the middle and given a honeycomb design to add some Italian flair. There are changes inside too - the cab has changes too, with aluminium finishes and new seat fabrics and colours. Truck driver wannabees can opt for suspension seats which can be heated and fited with extra armrests and lumbar support.

To store your Yorkee bar there is plenty of added storage in the cab with a massive 6 litres under the passenger seat.

Helpful colouring on the rev counter shows the driver when he is in the optimum gear for the task in hand. Added gadgets include steering column controls.

Iveco has put together a massive range of engine choices to meet the varying emissions regulations - Euro 4 and Euro 5 and EEV.

Iveco Daily buyers can choose from two Euro 4 engines - a 2,300cc rated between 96 and 136PS, and a 3,000cc rated between 136 and 176PS, all using EGR technology to keep emissions down. All 2,300cc units are Euro 4 and Iveco has added two new common rail versions - a 106PS version and a 126PS version. Iveco are keeping the existing range of 96, 116 and 136PS engines,
If Euro 4 is still your thing, then you can specify more powerful 3-litre engines, using common rail technology, rated at either 146 or 176PS.
The Fiat Powertrain Technology engines are well designed with plenty of torque available across the rev bands - this means that they perform well in all conditions and places less stress on the engines which means that servicing intervals can be extended to up to 40,000 km.

Not content with a huge Euro 4 lineup, Iveco have the ECODaily range which is homologated according to the heavy-duty regime. These Iveco ECODaily vans are fitted with totally new examples of the 3-litre engine which go one step beyond Euro 5 and actually reach the next level - EEV (Enhanced Environmentally Friendly Vehicle). The range consists of a 170PS from the outset with a 140PS variant joining the bigger brother towards the end of 2010. These engines mean that companies can demonstrate their corporate responsibility by purchasing the greenest vehicles available to them prior to it becoming compulsory. Iveco have use two stage turbos alongside EGR to reach these EEV standards with a particulate filter bolted on for good measure.

Taking things one step further, Iveco can also supply the ECODaily in NGV form - powered by biomethane - the cleanest and most reliable form of gas available in the UK. Rated at 136PS, this engine also meets the EEV test and actually exceeds the EURO 6 requirements which are not needed for years yet.

An efficient engine is nothing whithout a properly designed gearbox to transmit the power. Depending on the engine, the Iveco Daily and Iveco ECODaily come with either a five- or six-speed manual. Urban operators may wish to specift Iveco's six-speed AGile automated transmission which is now available on all models. The Agile's software has been upgraded to make the driving experience better - the driver can now change down manually and the Agile alters behaviour depending upon how heavy the driver's right foot is feeling.

The Iveco Daily's ESP system controls the ABS, ASR and HBA, (helps emergency braking) and the hill assist to dtop drivers rolling back when making a hill start. A new feature on the Iveco ECODaily is called LAC (Load Adaptive Control) and it checks the vehicles weight - feeding this information into the ESP computer to influence the decisions it makes under all conditions.


Discs all round - with ventilated at the front give excellent stopping power and a series of airbags keep the driver safer, in case the brakes are still not enough.

A nifty feature is the on-board compressor and repair kit to keep drivers on the move if they get a puncture - although the spare wheel is still required over 3.5 tonnes.

There is a new rear door design which means that you can choose the opening angle up to 270 degrees

The Iveco Daily uses Fiat's Blue & Me system for hands free. It
uses voice-recognition technology which seems to understand anyone, not just a programmed driver's voice. Once setting up with a compatible phone, the driver can operate the whole thing just by voice commands alone.

One step further is Blue & Me Fleet, Iveco's fleet management system which links into the Iveco ECODaily's CAN-BUS wiring system and GPS. A fleet manager can therefore keep up to date with fuel consumption, driver style, distances, speeds etc.

Not content with EURO 5 diesels, EEV and EURO 6 and beyond CNG variants, Iveco have launched a zero tailpipe emission electric version, the Iveco EcoDaily Electric, which uses totally recyclable Sodium-Nickel chloride batteries, rather than the Lithium-Ion preferred by many manufacturers. EcoDaily Electric uses an asynchronous three-phase motor controlled through an inverter to with a regenerative braking system. The power output is 30kW continuous (60kW peak) for 3.5 tonne models and 40kW continuous (80kW peak) for 5.0 tonne models.
The loadspace is the same as the diesel model, as the motor and batteries are located out of sight and can be supported totally by Iveco as it is designed, made and sold by the company - only one backside to kick!
You need a three phase charger - a domestic plug is not enough and it takes 8 hours to fully charge the batteries. The range is somewhere between 90 and 130kms, depending on payloads and how the vehicle is driven.

All cars and vans have to be at least 85% recyclable - the Iveco EcoDaily is already over 90% recyclable ahead of the target date for vehicles over 3.5tonnes GVW of 2015

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