Second series Fiat Scudo
The Fiat Scudo is a medium-sized van. It is larger than the Fiat Doblo and smaller than the Fiat Ducato vans. The 'Combinato' version, which is basically a normal Scudo van with rear seats and windows, is a popular vehicle of choice of taxi drivers, as their size can accommodate up to seven people.
The Fiat Scudo has a loading capacity from 850 to 900 kilograms (1,900–2,000 lb), including the driver, and load space of 4 cubic metres (140 cu ft) alone with an interior length of 2,059 millimetres (81 in). The unobstructed distance between wheel arches is 1,220 millimetres (48 in): these dimensions mean that 2 europallets can be loaded into the vehicle.
The Scudo is built with a choice of two diesel engines and one gasoline. Diesel engines were either the 69 PS (51 kW/68 hp) 1.9 D, or the 109 PS (80 kW/108 hp) 2.0 JTD and the gasoline engine was 1,6 (1581 cc 58 kW).
Second generation (2007-)Edit
In 2007 was introduced new version, externally designed to be similar than the new Fiat Ducato, also new engine versions came available. The cargo ability varies from 5–7 m³ (180–250 cu ft) and the combi version can transport five to nine people. Carrying capacity varies between 1,000 and 1,200 kg (2,200 and 2,600 lb). Formula 1 driver Michael Schumacher was also featured in a commercial of the Fiat Scudo.
|2.0 Multijet DPF||diesel||140||100||140|
Peugeot Expert/Expert Tepee and Fiat Scudo in MexicoEdit
The Peugeot version of the Scudo is arriving to dealers this summer in both cargo and passenger configurations to Mexico, while the Fiat Scudo is arriving in early 2009.
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