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Iveco Daily 2006

In 2006, the brand fans were again shocked because Iveco presented a completely new (it might seem) Iveco Daily model. Iveco Daily 2006 is therefore described by some as the fifth generation of this extremely popular model. The new model was thoroughly changed the front of the vehicle, now it was more "oval" to fit into the automotive market from this period of time.

The fifth generation of Iveco Daily has gained ESP as standard, and new CNG-powered engines began to meet the stringent EEV and Euro 6 emission standards. Iveco Daily is available in over 2.5 thousand versions and equipment variants! The design of the new vehicle itself came from the pencil of the world-renowned Italian car designer Giorgetto Giugiaro. Everyone who is interested in car industry has heard about Mr. Giugiaro. He designed one of the most beautiful models for Alfa Romeo, Ferrari or Maserati!

Since 2009, Iveco Daily has been offered with new diesel engines meeting Euro 5 standards, which have of course been marked as Eco Daily models. In the same year, Iveco also unveiled the one-of-a-kind Daily Electric model that enjoyed zero emissions. Its power oscillated around 60kW, and the maximum torque was 230 Nm, providing a range of 120 kilometers at full load.

The year 2009 was extremely busy for the Iveco because of number of premieres. Also this year, the Daily model with a permissible total weight of 7 tonnes saw the daylight! It was a nod to all international carriers, in particular suppliers of heavier products. Iveco Daily was such an extremely popular van that by 2010 it was produced in over two million copies. On this occasion, the air intake grille was slightly remodeled (radiator grille). The chrome "ribs" were replaced with a grille and a slightly wider aluminum frame was led around.

In 2012, Iveco still didn’t slow down and presented another modernization of its flagship commercial vehicle. This time the changes were more visible. The Iveco name went to the radiator grille, which from now on merged more with the front bumper. Along with refreshing the appearance, Iveco introduced two new engine versions with a capacity of 2.3 liters and 146 HP and a second with 3.0 liters and 146 HP. Both engines met Euro 5 emissions standards. In 2012, Iveco Daily again won the Van of the Year title, this time in the Light Commercial Vehicles category.

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