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Tim Campbell gives us a review and comparison of two 2003 model 7.5 tonne trucks – an Iveco Cargo Tector and a 65C15, as he finds out how the two trucks perform on the road, as well as seeing how practical they are. The Cargo has been UK’s best selling truck for a number of years, sporting a 4.0 litre engine and producing 170bhp, with a maximum payload of 4,490kg. The 65C15 comes with a smaller 2.8 litre, which produces 146bhp, and has a maximum payload of 3,815kg.

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This week i take a trip to Carrick-on-Shannon County Leitrim to check out Euromotive Components customised 2016 IVECO Daily van. This is no ordinary van as you will see when we check out whats in the back!
There are plenty of different engine sizes to choose from in the IVECO Daily range, from a 116hp diesel engine right up to this model which features the 3.0 litre Diesel engine with 2015hp 470Nm. There is also a CNG engine (Compressed Natural Gas) model available.
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New Car: 2017 Iveco Daily van review

This version of the 2017 Iveco Daily 50C van is the biggest you can buy, and it’s also larger than any of its competitors… but so is its price-tag.

The cargo area, as you’d expect, is huge. There is 5.12m of floor length to use, 2.10m of load height and 1.74m of width, with just 1.03m between the wheel arches – meaning it isn’t wide enough to house a standard pallet between the housings. That’s not a massive issue, though, because there’s space behind the arches and in front of them to strap down a pallet, and there are 16 floor-mounted D-hooks to secure loads to.

The practicalities are all taken care of: there are barn doors that open up 270 degrees at the rear (allowing an opening of 1.53m wide by 2.00m high) and a single solid sliding door on the kerb-side (opening: 1.26m by 1.80m), with a step-in height of 77cm. Just watch your thumb when opening the side slider – it can pinch your skin.

The front could be a touch sharp over speed-humps and potholes, and at higher speeds we noticed a bit of a resonant shudder through the entire vehicle when un-laden. Of course, the driver doesn’t notice the bigger bumps in the road as much as the passenger thanks to the Iveco’s brilliant pneumatic suspension seat, which even features heating.

The biggest surprise, though, was the ease of manoeuvrability offered by what is, a very large van. Its steering is very accurate, making it easy to hustle around town despite its large turning circle (14.5m kerb to kerb). It’s also stable and predictable at higher speeds, though the wheel can jostle in the driver’s hands over sharp bumps.

Some of the plastics in our test vehicle were poorly finished, too, including the passenger side airbag cover. But, we can appreciate that the large, plasticky sun-visors will be ideal for those who drive east in the morning and west at sunset.

There’s an additional storage bin on top of the dashboard for storing smaller items which, again, had average fit quality.

The knobs for the single-zone climate control offers decent tactility, though, and the captain’s chair-style armrest on the inner side of driver’s seat makes light work of longer trips. Both the windows at the front are auto down, and the driver’s is auto-up, too.

The driver information screen has detailed trip computer analysis, but misses out on a digital speedometer. On the screen we saw fuel consumption averaged at 10.3 litres per 100 kilometres, which is exceptional for such a big piece of moving machinery.

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