Fiat Professional’s popular Doblo Cargo van has been praised once again, after picking up the Best Light Van trophy at this year’s VansA2Z Van of the Year Awards.
The vehicle was honoured at an industry lunch at London’s prestigious Lords Cricket Ground, which sees the Doblo Cargo’s award haul continue to grow.
Since its release, Fiat Professional’s Doblo Cargo van has been capturing plenty of attention for a variety of reasons.
For one, the vehicle represents the first LCV to be equipped with a bi-link rear suspension system, which aims to provide drivers with a smooth ride every time. Furthermore, the vehicle can also boast lower loading height and better width between the wheelarches.
On top of all of this, the bi-link suspension enables the Doblo Cargo to permit a rear axle load of up to 1,450kg.
When it comes to the Doblo Cargo van’s performance, motorists can choose between five low emissions, Euro 5-specification engines – a 1.4-litre 16v 95bhp petrol unit and four MultiJet 16v diesels which are split between a 1.3, 1.6, 1.6 Comfort-Matic and 2.0 arrangement.
What’s more, the actual van comes in a large host of different forms, which include the Cargo, Cargo Maxi, Cargo SX, Cargo Tecnico, Cargo Maxi SX, Cargo Maxi Tecnico, Combi, Combi Maxi, Platform Cab, Work Up, and XL.
Commenting on the vehicle upon presenting it with its Best Light Van award, Neil McIntee, editor of VansA2Z.com, said: “Fiat’s Doblò Cargo is one of the most impressive vans of its size to have been launched over the past few years. That is why we have made it our Light Van of the Year for 2013.
“One of the aspects that really appeals is the unique and intelligently designed rear suspension system. A bi-link independent set-up, it has been installed with an eye to enhancing ride and handling, and has done just that. Light in weight, it’s compact too.”
Drivers can get their hands on the Fiat Doblo Cargo 1.3 Multijet 16V Van Start Stop SWB Diesel van today for just £176.30 a month.
This great van leasing offer presents motorists with an award-winning vehicle that can deliver an average of 58.9mpg on a combined cycle and limit its CO2 emissions to a frugal 126g/km.
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