Fiat is, as they did with the new Tipo, reintroducing old and popular names. So now it’s Scudo’s turn. Fiat Scudo will replace Fiat Talento, which was based on Renault Traffic, as did Vivaro from Opel. Now Fiat is singing the same song, the new Scudo is almost identical to Peugeot Professional, Citroën Jumpy and Opel Vivaro mentioned above, developed by PSA, but of course a new version.
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The main difference between the three most popular buses from Germany and France and this Italian dialect is the nose. The well-known, updated Fiat logo, which can also be found on the 500 electronics and Tipo, is also connected up front here.
There is a choice between four diesel engines. The less powerful version has a good 102 hp. This is followed by versions with 120 and 145 hp. All three versions are available with a manual gearbox. The 145 hp version also has optional automatic transmission.
The latest version is called ‘180’. This one has, you guessed, 177 horsepower exactly. This version is only available with automatic transmission. Lover of a clean future? Then you can also choose one of the two Fiat Scudos electronics. E-Scudo is available with 50 or 75 kWh, which have a theoretical range of 230 and 330 km respectively.
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Fiat Scudo (and E-Scudo) are available in three sizes. Bus length options are 4.61, 4.96 and 5.31 meters. The loading loads of these versions in the same order are then 4.6, 5.3 and 6.1 cubic meters. That is not a mistake.
Not only is the Fiat Scudo available with a locked box, you can also mark it with two cabinets or as a passenger version with 3 desks! The last version is called Combivan, but there is more.
Such as luxury passenger cars based on this Opel model (zafira), Peugeot (Traveler) and Citroën (Spacetourer), Fiat Combivan also get the luxury passenger name. This name is retro as the name Scudo, is Ulysse. Good job Fiat! This waterfall of nostalgia makes us happy.