Are Fiat Doblo vans reliable?

Are Fiat Doblo vans reliable?

The Doblo’s proved reliable and dependable over the years – drawing on Fiat’s considerable experience in the world of commercial vehicles. It feels built to last and should stand up to a considerable degree of punishment from the user. It’s also one of the most practical vans around.

What engine is in Fiat Doblo van?

The 1.4-litre petrol engine option is the entry-point in the Doblo Cargo range but the vast majority of buyers will take one of the MultiJet II common-rail diesels. From a fuel economy point of view these units do well, with the 1.3-litre MultiJet II turning in a 56.5mpg showing on the combined cycle.

Is a Fiat Doblo a car or van?

The Fiat Doblo is a van-based MPV with lots of space that’s better to drive than you might expect. The Fiat Doblo, like other van-based MPVs, offers the ability carry lots of people or stuff for a relatively modest price.

Are Fiat diesels any good?

This 1.6-litre diesel is a good unit as well, as it’s economical and has plenty of in-gear performance. However the Tipo is dull to drive and this top-spec car’s pricing puts it up against the talented Vauxhall Astra, which handles better, feels more upmarket and is better equipped.

How many miles does a Fiat Doblo do?

It’s 39.2mpg combined cycle economy is well down on the 54.3mpg achieved by the 94bhp and 118bhp Multijet diesels. The Dualogic automatic gearbox helps the Doblo to its best fuel economy of 56.5mpg and you can improve all of these figures further with the EcoPack and Start&Stop, which is found on Easy models and above.

Is Fiat Doblo discontinued?

As of January 2020 it was announced that the MPV version of the Fiat Doblo would cease production for all markets. The Doblo Cargo van remains in production as of February 2021- albeit with more limited engine options than previously.

How reliable is Fiat 500L?

The 500L gets a three-year, unlimited-mileage warranty as standard, which is average for the class. Fiat, though, finished below average for customer satisfaction and mid-table in our latest reliability survey.

How many miles can a Fiat 500L last?

The Fiat 500 is a small, durable car that can last on average between 200,000 – 250,000 miles when properly maintained and driven conservatively.

How good is the Fiat Ducato engine?

The engines have always been strong, although we’ve never been given the opportunity to test the 2.0-litre model while it was available. Compared with rival 2.0-litre large vans, the extra engine capacity of the 2.3-litre motors is surprisingly noticeable, giving the Ducato a strong, muscular disposition.

Is the Fiat Doblo 1.3 Multijet a good car?

Sure, body roll is apparent and ever-present, but it clings on gamely through bends and steers faithfully. Fiat’s 70bhp 1.3-litre Multijet diesel is smooth, punchy and free-revving, as in all its other applications. It endows the Doblo with decent lumps of mid-range punch even when fully laden.

Is the Fiat Doblo cargo available in the UK?

Now Fiat has refreshed the van with a new engine and improvements inside, which should make it an even more tempting choice for fleets. The big news is the introduction of a new 1.3-litre Multijet 16 valve diesel powerplant, which will be available in the UK this summer.

What kind of engine does Doblo cargo 1.3 have?

The big news is the introduction of a new 1.3-litre Multijet 16 valve diesel powerplant, which will be available in the UK this summer. The new engine is the smallest and most advanced second generation common rail unit and offers 70bhp at 4,000rpm and 133lb-ft of torque at 1,750rpm.

What kind of engine does Doblo Maxi XL have?

The thirstiest of the bunch is, unsurprisingly, the high-roofed Doblo Cargo Maxi XL, available exclusively with the 120hp 1.6-litre engine and returning a claimed 50.4mpg and 150g/km of CO2. Service intervals for all Doblos are the same – two years or 21,000 miles.