Fiat unveils all-new 2022 Scudo van

Fiat has unveiled the all-new Scudo. The medium size panel van will go on sale in 2022 and be offered with diesel or electric power. 

The 2022 Scudo is the first van to be launched since Fiat merged with PSA Group (Peugeot, Citroen and Vauxhall) and formed Stellantis. This means the new Scudo is based on the same mechanical platform as the Vauxhall Vivaro, Peugeot Expert and Citroen Dispatch

Fiat hasn't released any technical details but the electric Scudo is expected to use the same powertrain and battery system as the e-Expert. This means buyers get the choice of two battery sizes, 50kWh and 70kWh returning a respective 124 or 186-miles on a full charge.

The diesel model will most likely use PSA's 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine, offered with the choice of a manual or fully automatic transmission. Both the electric and diesel models will offer up to 6.6 cubic metres of loadspace while maximum payloads will range from 1100 - 1400kg.

When the new Scudo goes on sale it will rival some of the UK's best-selling medium size vans, including the Ford Transit Custom and Volkswagen Transporter. It will also go up against the Toyota Proace, which is built at the same factory at the Citroen Dispatch in northern France.


When did Fiat stop selling the Scudo van?

The Fiat Scudo was launched in 2007 in the UK and became a popular van before it was phased out in 2016. 


What are the Fiat Scudo's dimensions?

Depending on which model you choose, the old shape Fiat Scudo measures 4805–5135mm in length and 1986mm wide. The height ranges from 1894–2204mm.


When will the new Fiat Scudo go on sale?

The new Fiat Scudo will go on sale in the UK in the spring of 2022. 

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Why is my van not showing on the insurance database?

Earlier this year I purchased a Vauxhall Vivaro van. It was advertised as having the 125PS engine which is backed up by a code on the door frame and the V5. When I try to get van insurance it is coming up as a different model with a higher power output. I do not want to be paying more for my insurance than needed or indeed, in the event of a claim, having it turned down due to inaccurate information. I have extensively trawled through my handbook but cannot find an answer. Can you help?
The insurance companies get their data from the DVLA. It may simply be a database error or something more sinister in regards to the history of the van. I would suggest taking it to your main Vauxhall dealer (ideally the one that sold the van when it was new) and having the VIN/registration and engine details confirmed. You can then approach the DVLA and ask them to amend the database if an error is found or take it back to the seller if the history of the vehicle fails to add up.
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