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Iveco Daily I 1996 - Specifications

Iveco Daily I 1996 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)

-

-

-

-

1320

1320

Iveco Daily I 1996 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)

-

-

2770

-

1320

1060

Iveco Daily I 1996 Medium wheelbase / Low roof version (L2/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)

-

-

-

-

1320

1060

Iveco Daily I 1996 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)

-

-

2770

-

1320

1060

Iveco Daily I 1996 Long Wheelbase / Low roof version (L3/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)

6890

3950

-

4530

1320

1060

Iveco Daily I 1996 Long Wheelbase / High roof version (L3/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)

6890

3950

2770

4530

1320

1060


Specifications Van Iveco Daily I 1996 of Transit Center.

Iveco Daily I in its new version debuted on the market in 1989 and immediately gained a number of satisfied customers. The completely new design improved the car's aerodynamic properties, thanks to which the air resistance coefficient Cx dropped to 0.44 for vans and to 0.50 for cars with a box. This mainly resulted in significantly lower fuel consumption.

The new design also allowed to create up to 50 varieties of Iveco Daily including box cars, chassis with cabs, dump trucks, vans, minibuses and varieties with four-wheel drive. Some of these versions were produced in cooperation with external companies that supplied Iveco with containers for the vehicle frame.

Iveco Daily I 1996 was available in three wheelbases 2800 mm, 3100 mm and 3950 mm. Also in the case of varieties mounted on the frame, the passenger cabin had three lengths: normal (one row of seats), with two rows of seats (6 people) and with three rows of seats (8 people). As for the Iveco Daily minibus, then they occurred in only two varieties longest and fit from 16 to 19 passengers.

Iveco Daily I 1996 was offered with rear-wheel drive or, optionally, with all-wheel drive. Customers had at their disposal diesel engines with a capacity of 2.5 liters: R4 2.5D 75HP, R4 2.5TD 103HP, R4 2.5TDi 115HP and diesel engines with a capacity of 2.8 liters: R4 2.8D 85HP, R4 2.8TD 103HP, R4 2.8TDi 118HP.

Nomenclature: first generation models were signed with 3 or 4 digits separated by a dot. The first two numbers denoted the approximate total weight allowed, while after the dot one or two numbers denoted the approximate power in HP.

Example:

30.8 – commercial vehicle with a DMC 2.8 tons (30), 75hp engine (8)
45.10 – light truck with a GVW of 4.5 tonnes (45), 103HP engine (10).

 
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