Fiat Doblo Cargo (2010–2022)
- February 2010: Fiat Doblo Cargo Launched
- May 2010
- September 2010
- August 2011: Fiat Doblo Work Up Dropside Launched
- February 2012
- August 2012
- September 2012
- April 2014: Doblo Sportivo launched
- August 2019: 1.3-litre MultiJet 80PS added to Doblo line-up
Fiat Doblo Cargo Launched
Fiat Doblo Cargo commercial vehicle range announced by Fiat Professional UK with prices starting at £11,195. Available with a choice of four low emissions, Euro 4 and 5-specification engines, the new commercial Doblo comes in seven different forms - Cargo, Cargo Maxi, Cargo SX, Cargo Maxi SX, Combi, Combi Maxi and Platform Cab - to offer real solutions for a wide spectrum of van users.
The engine line-up comprises a 1.4-litre 16v 95PS petrol unit and three MultiJet 16v diesels - 1.3 (90PS), 1.6 (105PS), and 2.0 (135PS). Standard equipment across the entire range includes ABS anti-lock brakes, height adjustable steering wheel, power steering, electric front windows, adjustable headlights, passenger seat undertray, high performance speakers, side rubbing strips and central door locking.
The Doblo wins Best Light Van and the Environment Award at the Fleet World Honours.
More accolades for the Doblo arrive with it being crowned 2011 Van of the Year at the International Van of the Year awards.
Fiat Doblo Work Up Dropside Launched
Called the Doblo Work Up, it’s a ‘dropside’ vehicle with compact external dimensions allowing easy use in urban areas. The load box is 2.30m long and 1.82 m wide, with 4m2 of loading area which can accommodate a payload of up to 1,000kg. Additionally, the multi-link suspension permits a rear axle load up to 1,450kg.
The load box is made of high-resistance steel with a floor created from anti-slip multilayer wood and sides in aluminium alloy. Under the floor is a compartment for stowing long tools, safely protected from the elements. It is ideal for the transport of frames and glass and can take, for example, three Euro pallets or 33 boxes of fruit.
The new Doblo Work Up is powered by a choice of two Euro 5 turbodiesel engines: 1.3 MultiJet 90PS and 1.6 MultiJet 105PS. Front airbags complete the safety specification, while high-tech equipment such as a handsfree Blue&Me system and the Blue&Me TomTom navigator are available. The new Doblo Work Up costs £16,065 (basic) for the 1.3 MultiJet 16v Euro 5 and £17,065 (basic) for the 1.6 MultiJet 16v Euro 5.
Fiat Doblo Cargo now comes with a three-year, unlimited mileage warranty.
Fiat introduces Tecnico trim Comes with air conditioning, Blue&Me hands-free phone connection, TomTom sat-nav and rear parking sensors.
Doblo range is expanded with the arrival of the XL version. It has a load volume of 5.0 cubic metres and payload of 1000kg.
Doblo Sportivo launched
Adds alloy wheels, engine power upgrades, Sportivo side-stripes and painted bumpers. As with Tecnico versions, air conditioning, Blue&Me connectivity with a TomTom satnav dock, front fog lights and parking sensors are also standard. The Doblo Cargo Sportivo range starts at £10,695 for the 1.6 105 MultiJet, just £700 more than the equivalent Doblo Tecnico 1.3 90 MultiJet II.
1.3-litre MultiJet 80PS added to Doblo line-up
Fiat adds new engine to its popular model line-up with the introduction of the 1.3-litre MultiJet 80PS engine. As before, the van has a load area of up to 5.4 cubic metres and a payload of up to one tonne.
The 1.3-litre MultiJet engine is now available with a choice of two power outputs, 80PS and 95PS, while the 1.6-litre MultiJet engine can deliver either 105PS or 120PS.
There are four trim levels available for the Doblo: Standard, SX, Tecnico and Sportivo. The Standard specification offers a selection of safety and comfort features, as well as the new Eco pack which adds engine start/stop, a smart alternator and an electronically-controlled fuel pump to save energy and ensure higher combustion efficiency.
The SX trim builds on this adding a near-side sliding door, driver height-adjustable seat and body coloured door mirrors, the Tecnico trim adds air conditioning, reversing sensors, navigation and cruise control, while the Sportivo tops the range and is available exclusively in black metallic with 16-inch alloy wheels and folding electric heated door mirrors.