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New Doblo Cargo XL

Fiat professional launched it’s new Doblo Cargo XL yesterday offering customers increased load volume of 5.0 m3 and a payload of 1,000kg.


The new Doblo Cargo XL offers a higher roof, which integrates nicely into the bodywork to keep it streamline and aerodynamic, as well as a longer wheelbase and wide rear doors allowing easy access to all that additional space.

The new Doblo XL Cargo versions are powered by a choice of three Euro 5 turbodiesel engines: 1.6 MultiJet 105 hp, 1.6 MultiJet 90hp MTA and 2.0 MultiJet 135hp. Combi versions will be available with the 2.0 MultiJet 135hp only.

Offering Best in Class for payload and volume and Best in Class for load compartment dimensions (length and height), the new Doblo Cargo XL is essentially in the Small Panel Van segment and yet offers the same load capacity and payload (1 Ton) as the Purpose Built Van but at a lower price.

With its increase in load volume, ease of loading, low fuel consumption, reduced operating costs, safety and comfort, the Doblò XL will appeal to a variety of customers including utilities, service vehicles (with ladder stored internally), converters and wheelchair-accessible transport for example.

Fiat Doblo Cargo XL FactsNomenclature will remain the same as the current Doblo Cargo and Combi range with Cargo N1, Combi N1 and M1 versions and will be available in two trim levels. In addition, Combi M1 versions will have side airbags and ESP as standard equipment.

Options include Blue&Me with steering wheel controls, Blue&Me TomTom navigator and eco:Drive Professional software.

The New Doblò XL is available to order now with pricing starting at £15,765.00 (basic) for the Doblò XL Cargo Base 1.6 MultiJet 16v Diesel 105, rising to £19,045.00 (basic) for the Doblò XL Combi SX M12.0 MultiJet 16v Diesel.

For more information on our Fiat professional range contact Val Williams on 01325 488886.

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