Fiat has revealed a new dropside version of the Doblo Cargo van designed for heavy duty construction and agricultural work.
The Fiat Doblo Work Up features the classic dropside body shape, which includes a four metre square load area capable of carrying 1,000kg in total and objects up to 2.3m in length.
Based on the Fiat Doblo Cargo panel van, which shares its name and design with the Fiat Doble people carrier, the Doblom Worked Up is priced from £16,065.
This price applies to the model with the smaller of the two turbodiesel engines offered with the new Doblo Work Up, the 1.3-litre MultiJet 90bhp unit.
A second engine, a 1.6-litre MultiJet 105bhp is also available from £17,065 and both units comply with new emissions laws from Europe, named Euro 5 criteria.
Both engines are more frugal than ever thanks to the inclusion of Start/Stop technology, a system which automatically turns the engine off when the car is stationary in order to save fuel.
This also has the knock-on effect of lowering CO2 emissions in both versions. The smaller engine delivers 133g/km of CO2 while the larger engine emits 150g/km of CO2.
All new Fiat Doblo Work Up models come with stability control, anti-lock brakes, electronic brakeforce distribution and an optional hill-holder system.
Fiat's wireless Blue&Me technology and a satellite navigation system can be specified as an optional extra for the Doblo Work Up.
"The new Fiat Doblò Work Up is the latest evolution of a model designed to be top of its class in terms of performance and functional characteristics, its capability and ease of loading," says Francesco Russiello, Marketing Product Manager, Fiat Professional. "Its low running costs, low fuel consumption with reduced operating costs, and equipment levels all combine with safety and comfort, to make this a commercial vehicle well worth consideration."
The Fiat Doble Work Up is available now in the UK.