The 2018 Fiat Fiorino Cargo is a compact van with a budget engine, and is perfect for your refrigerated van business if you drive the van mainly in the city. The Italian brand has designed this van for easy access and maneuverability, especially in crowded, crowded urban areas. Among all Fiat commercial vehicles, the Fiorinos is the smallest in the range, behind the Fullback, Ducato and Talento.
In terms of style, the front bumper of this revised Fiorino has been restyled but otherwise, little has changed in terms of exterior aesthetics. Thus, this van retains the headlights mounted high, which are not only synonymous with its identity, but also play a practical role in improving visibility and reducing the risk of parking accidents. Smarter 15-inch hubcaps and 15-inch burnished alloy wheels, diamond finish, complete the external revisions. As always, the Fiorino was designed with the urban environment in mind. The wheels are pushed to the corners of the vehicle to maximize interior space and handling while keeping the van compact and manoeuvrable
Despite its compact dimensions, the Fiorino offers plenty of space for larger drivers. The standard van has a fairly minimalist interior, with hard plastics and, in some places, a fragile appearance. The driver’s seat is comfortable and comfortable for long journeys. However, the optional fold-down passenger seat is thin and can be uncomfortable. As part of the 2018 upgrade, the van had a redesigned steering wheel with remote audio controls, new instrument graphics, and a new dashboard storage compartment. A five-inch touch screen with Bluetooth and DAB radio is also available, with the optional satellite. The basic Fiorino is equipped with a height-adjustable steering wheel, an armrest and lumbar adjustment, a height-adjustable driver’s seat and a radio / CD player. The SX trim adds a remote central locking, power windows and mirrors and a rear compartment lock in the cab. Opt for the Adventure model, and you get Traction + with ESC electronic stability control, roof bars and large wheels. There is also a Tecnico version of Fiorino. This adds fog lights, reversing sensors, shutdown, air conditioning, Blue & Me audio controls on the steering wheel, fold-down passenger seat, Fiat Blue & Me infotainment system with ECO: Drive Professional and a TomTom sat point in the top of the dashboard.
The range of engines is one of the main reasons why operators could choose the Fiorino instead of the Peugeot and Citroën models that share its platform. Fiat has installed its famous 1.3-liter Multijet oil burner complying with Euro6 rather than the 1.4-liter diesel used by its French partners. The unit comes with 80 or 95bhp and is extremely compact and lightweight, giving rise to excellent fuel economy and with at least 190Nm of torque, it feels great as well. With this maximum torque produced at 1750 rpm, the Fiorino has the punchy element to its performance that is perfect for darting in and out of traffic. It also has the precise direction and tight rotation circle that operators want when space is tight. The alternative to the 1.3-liter diesel Multijet is a 1.4-liter gasoline engine with 77 hp. Here, the torque of 118 Nm is produced at 2600 rpm, so there is less urgency at low speed, but the essence is smooth, refined and, above all, cheaper.