|Also called||Iveco EcoDaily
T&BC Daily (Libya)
Only first generation:
Fiat Daily (until 1983)
Alfa Romeo AR8
|Body and chassis|
- 1 First generation (1978–1990)
- 2 Second generation (1990–2000)
- 3 Third generation (2000–2006)
- 4 Fourth generation (2006–2011)
- 5 Fifth generation (2011–)
- 6 Electric Version with Zebra Battery
- 7 Variants
- 8 See Also
- 9 References
- 10 External links
First generation (1978–1990)
The first series Daily was offered with two models, the 35 and the 50 (3.5 and 5.0 tons). The larger one (Daily 50) had load capacity up to 17 m³. In 1980, a turbodiesel version named "TurboDaily" was introduced.
- 2.5l diesel 72 hp@4200rpm , 141 Nm a 2400 rpm
- 2.5l turbodiesel 95 hp@4100rpm , 217 Nm a 2300 rpm
- 2.5l diesel I.D. 75 hp@4200rpm, 160 Nm a 2200 rpm
Second generation (1990–2000)
The second generation Daily was introduced in 1990, with a totally revised cab and improvements on the Sofim engine (at that time, with a 2.5 L capacity). Following the entry of Ford's commercial operation into Iveco,in 1986, The Daily 3.5 ton was soon removed from the UK market as it was now direct competition with Fords Transit, the Daily stayed on in the UK at rated above 4.0 ton, and now sold as Iveco-Ford Truck. The Daily has no other connection with the Transit.
The second generation was facelifted in 1996; it differs only slightly exterior-wise, but the engine was now available in 2.8-litre capacity 76 KW (103 hp). The 59-12 (chassis cabs and panel vans) and 59-13 (minibus) models were launched (GVW 6.4 tons). All-wheel-drive variants were also made available.
- 2.5l diesel 75 hp@4200rpm
- 2.5l turbodiesel 103 hp@3800rpm
- 2.5l tdi 115 hp@4000rpm
- 2.8l diesel 85 hp
- 2.8l turbodiesel 103 hp@3600rpm
- 2.8l tdi 118 hp@3600rpm
Third generation (2000–2006)
With third series the Daily got new light groups (wider and lower). The Turbodaily name was dropped as all turbodiesels came with Unijet technology (common rail). Two new versions were released: "Agile", with automatic gearshift, and "CNG", a natural gas version. Also two new load classes were introduced: Daily 65 and Daily 28 (6.5 tons and 2.8 tons). The Iveco Daily was made "Van of the Year" for the year 2000.
Originally there were model with three engine options, all of type 8140 of 2.8 liters. A variant was a suction diesel with 66 kW (90 hp), but they rarely sold. Another had turbocharger, intercooler and 78 kW (106 hp). The last variant gave 92 kW (125 hp) and had common rail injection. Shortly after receiving the largest engine variable geometry turbocharger and an output of 107 kW (146 hp).
In 2003 came F1A engine with 2.3 liter stroke volume and second-generation common rail injection with 74 kW (101 hp) and 88 kW (120 hp), and in 2004 came the new F1C engine of 3.0 liters, based on F1A with timing chain and 100 kW (136 hp) or 122 kW (166 hp). At this time, the old 8140-engine was completely replaced.
The motors up to 88 kW (120 hp) had five-speed gearbox, while the more powerful engines also available with a six-speed gearbox. The model could also be obtained with electronic / hydraulic controlled manual gearbox, called Agile.
Fourth generation (2006–2011)
The fourth generation was designed by Giugiaro and arrived to markets in the middle of 2006. It's available as: Van, cabin cruiser, Combi, Minibus, Agile, and CNG. The minibus is also commercialized with the Irisbus brand. Certain models with clean engines have been sold as the "Iveco EcoDaily" in some European markets.
For the first time since the year 2000, an all wheel drive version of the Daily is available starting from 2007. This is developed in co-operation with the company SCAM[disambiguation needed] and is available as single cab and double cab with the wheelbases 3,050 mm (120 in) and 3,400 mm (130 in) and double cab with wheelbase of 3,400 mm (130 in). Permissible total weight in two versions: 3,500 kg (7,700 lb) or 5,500 kg (12,000 lb).
- 2.3 HPI 96 PS (71 kW; 95 hp) and 116 PS (85 kW; 114 hp)
- 2.3 HPT 136 PS (100 kW; 134 hp)
- 3.0 HPI 146 PS (107 kW; 144 hp)
- 3.0 HPT 176 PS (129 kW; 174 hp)
- 3.0 CNG 136 PS (100 kW; 134 hp)
Fifth generation (2011–)
The fifth generation was introduced June 29, 2011 and came into the market at the beginning of September 2011. Optical changes are made to its predecessor in the front and in the interiors. Technically, there are revised engines and support systems. ESP is standard and comes with adaptive load control. Besides DRL is now available adaptive front fog lights with cornering light function. For the first time Daily brings a diesel engine with over 200 hp. The 3.0 L with two turbochargers delivers 150 kW/205 hp with a maximum torque of 470 Nm is the world`s strongest diesel engine with only 4 cylinders. It met like all engines the Euro 5 standard and also has diesel particulate filter and EGR . The latest generation of Multijet injection system provides heightened torque with lower fuel consumption and emissions for all engines. The revised injection system also brings a quieter running engine.
Daily can be ordered in configurations from 3.5 to 7.0 tonnes (6.5 tonnes was the largest model available in the previous generation, the new 7.0 tonne van increases payload by an extra 470 kg). The maximum payload for the Daily is 4,700 kg.Panel van comes with loads of up to 17.2 cubic metres, which equates to carrying six Euro pallets. 7,000 different configurations of Daily are available through the usual mix of wheelbase lengths, internal lengths, heights and axle ratios. As far as load volumes are concerned, the Daily retains the 8 variants spanning from 7.3m to 17.2m which are derived from the four load lengths (2600/3000/3520/3950mm), three load heights (1545/1900/2100 mm), and the standard 1800 mm load width. The rear doors have a 1540 mm aperture and vary from 1430 mm to 1990 mm in height, with a side loading door giving between 1100 and 1250 mm in width, and 1415 mm and 1780 mm in height.
The safety aspect has also been upgraded, and includes new Daytime Running Lights along with cornering fog lights to allow for improved visibility and provide an early signal for other motorists. The new Daily also see’s the introduction of extra active sensors of the new ESP9 system which provides more stability, in addition to Hill Holder and more acronym expressed safety features than the Starship Enterprise; ABS, EBD, MSR (Engine over-run manager), ASR, TSM (Trailer Stability Management), ROM (Roll Over Mitigation), RMI (Roll Movement Intervention), HFC (Hydraulic brake fade) and LAC (Active Load Control).
- 2,3 l 78 kW (106 PS)
- 2,3 l 93 kW (126 PS)
- 2,3 l 107 kW (146 PS)
- 3,0 l CNG 100 kw (136 PS)
- 3,0 l 107 kW (146 PS)
- 3,0 l 125 kW (177 PS)
- 3,0 l 150 kW (205 PS)
Electric Version with Zebra Battery
- 40.10 WM (4 x 4) 1,500 kg light truck series - Officially the VM 90 military version of the Daily, which includes an armored variant.
- "TBCO Home Page". Tbco-libya.com. Retrieved 2010-09-30.
- "Iveco EcoDaily". whatvan. Retrieved 22 March 2013.
- "New Daily – a new hero for transport professionals". web.iveco.com. Retrieved 2011-09-24.
- "ECODAILY Electric motor". Sales material. Iveco UK. First published 2010. Retrieved 2010-07-18.
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