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Fiat Ducato I - Specifications

Fiat Ducato I Short wheelbase / Low roof version (L1/H1)
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

4760

2923

2100

2670

1312

-

Fiat Ducato I Short wheelbase / High roof version (L1/H2)
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

4760

2923

2419

2670

1312

-

Medium wheelbase / High roof version (L2/H2)
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

5495

3653

2450

3420

1312

-

Fiat Talento Short wheelbase / Low roof version
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

4760

2923

2100

2670

1312

-

Fiat Talento Short wheelbase / High roof version
A – Overall length, B – Wheelbase, C – Overall height, D – Maximum loadspace length, E – Slide load door entry height, F – Slide door entry width

Symbol

A

B

C

D

E

F

Dimension (mm)

4760

2923

2419

2670

1312

-


Specifications Van Fiat Ducato I of Transit Center.

The first generation Fiat Ducato debuted in 1981 and was produced in Val di Sangro in Italy by Sevel, which also cooperated with brands such as Alfa Romeo, Citroen, Peugot and Tabolt. Fiat Ducato I was available in two equipment versions: S and SX. In 1990, the car also underwent a slight modernization of the front, during which the headlights were changed - they were now integrated with the indicators, the front grille was changed and the aerodynamic coefficient was slightly improved.

The first generation of Fiat Ducato was available in four payload variants and as a shortened model sold under the name Fiat Talento. The individual variants were characterized by the following parameters: Fiat Ducato 10 - 2205lb (1000kg) capacity, Fiat Ducato 13 - 2866lb (1300kg) capacity, Fiat Ducato 14 - 3086lb (1400kg) capacity and Fiat Ducato Maxi 18 - 1800lb (1800kg) capacity. The shortened version of the Fiat Ducato - Fiat Talento had 1764 lb (800kg) capacity and was available in several body variants: classic van, station wagon, chassis with cab and tipper. Fiat Talento It was produced in the years 1989 - 1994. Its direct successor in later years became Fiat Scudo.

The Fiat Ducato engine range was extremely rich for those years of production. The offer included four petrol engines and as many as six diesel engines, which generated power from 69 to 95 HP and reached a maximum speed of 140 km/h. Petrol engines found in the first generation of Fiat Ducato are: 1.8, 2.0 (170B), 2.0 (XN1T) and 2.0 cat. The diesel range began with a 1.9 D power unit and ended with a 2.5 TD unit. The drive was transferred to the front axle or to all four wheels depending on the version.

The production of the first generation Fiat Ducato and Fiat Talento ended in 1994. In 1994, the second generation of Fiat Ducato was presented, while Fiat Talento was replaced by the Fiat Scudo model two years later.

Engine

1.8 (Petrol)

2.0 (Petrol)

2.0 (Petrol)

2.0 kat. (Petrol)

1.9 D (Diesel)

1.9 TD (Diesel)

2.5 D (Diesel)

2.5 D (Diesel)

2.5 TD (Diesel)

2.5 TD (Diesel)

Engine code

XM7T / 169B

170B

XN1T

170D

Fiat 149B1000

Fiat 280A1000

Sofim 8140.61

Sofim 8140.07

Sofim 8140.21

Sofim 8140.27

Engine (cc)

1796

1971

1971

1971

1910

1910

2445

2499

2445

2499

Power (HP)

69

75

78

84

69

82

72

75

92

95

 
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