/2010 Fiat Doblo

2010 Fiat Doblo

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Fiat unveiled the new Doblo van fro 2010 and hopes that it becomes a a liveable space for people who travel and love to be in company! Fiat has put all its experiences from the previous model into good use to create something refined, so while it still looks cute and fun, it is not az crazy as the Multipla, and that’s a good thing! It also offers great practicality and interior space.

The Doblo is built upon a new platform with a wheelbase of 2755 mm and has a 790 liter luggage compartment. Thanks to its big rear hatch, it is also really easy to load or unload the Doblo. It also has 7 storage spaces inside the cabin for your stuff.

At launch Fiat Doblo is available with four different engines, one 95 hp petrol unit and three Multijet diesels with 90, 105 and 135 hp. The range is available with Euro 4 and Euro 5 versions and offers a Start&Stop device as standard, which cuts off the engine temporarily when the car is stopped to guarantee reduced fuel consumption and emissions.

To ensure optimum dynamic behaviour, comfort and active safety in all road surface and load conditions, the vehicle has been equipped with innovative mechanical features including a bi-link rear suspension system available with various component calibrations depending on vehicle application. The Fiat Doblò’s consistent and predictable road-holding is also guaranteed by the use of state-of-the-art electronic devices for stability control, namely ABS with electronic brake force distribution EBD and, above all, ESP complemented by a hill-holder system that helps the driver during Hill starts and comes as standard on this model. Other features of the 2010 Doblo include: automatic climate control system with distribution to rear seats, cruise control, parking sensors, a built-in Blue&Me hands-free system and a “Blue&Me TomTom” navigator.

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