Informations Modifications Specifications Image Review 2012 fiat dobloThe Fiat Doblo has always been about space – one that’s versatile,practical and value for money for the family driver. Now the all-newversion builds on those qualities, yielding improved comfort, style,economy, safety and running costs.
Highly acclaimed and with more than a million variants sold since itfirst went on sale in 2000, the Doblo has forged a formidablereputation as a hard-working hold-all. And whether it’s for leisure orwork the new model aims to cement its standing with best in classinterior space and lowest exhaust emissions.
Eight versions of the Doblo featuring seating for up to seven willbe available when it goes on sale this month, with prices ranging from£12,295 to £17,145 (OTR). As well as a sophisticated new appearance,all incorporate innovative bi-link rear suspension for a high level ofcomfort. The longest wheelbase in the segment doesn’t just mean moreroom for passengers but more space for their luggage too, with a roomy790-litre boot that can be expanded to a class-topping 3200 litres.
There is a choice of three high-tech engines, all of which producemore power and torque than their predecessors while drinking less fueland emitting less carbon dioxide. The 1.6 16v and 2.0-litreturbodiesels employ Fiat’s ground-breaking MultiJet technology tocombine best-in-class fuel consumption and exhaust emissions withlively yet smooth responses. They also feature a new six-speed manualgearbox while the 1.6 will also become available with an automatic.
The interior of the 2011 Fiat Doblo has been designed with family requirements in mind. The company says it offers safety and comfort with a high degree of functionality. The 2011 Fiat Doblo comes as standard with five seats, but the seating capacity can be increased to seven seats with the addition of a third row.
The 2011 Fiat Doblo comes equipped with a Hill Holder function, ESP Electronic Stability Program, EBD Electronic Brake Distribution and ABS anti-lock brakes.
An innovative software program developed with Microsoft, called eco:Drive, is available to new Fiat Doblò drivers. The system uses the USB port to analyse the driving style helping the driver to optimise behaviour in terms of consumption and hence emissions.
Specifically, eco:Drive gathers information on vehicle efficiency and your driving styles as you drive. All data is sent through the USB port of the Blue&Me infotainment system to a standard USB key, which can then be read on a computer. You can then take a careful look at fuel consumption and emissions for each trip (and create your own eco:Index) and get tips on how to achieve a more eco-friendly driving style. You can actually improve your score by progressing through a series of tutorials: motorists who are keen on becoming more eco-responsible drivers can expect a 15% improvement in their driving style, which means cutting CO2 emissions by 15% and an annual fuel saving of 120 to 200 Euros.
Specifically for the eco:Drive system, the Fiat brand was recently nominated "Green Champion" by the Green Organisation, a group devoted to acknowledging, rewarding and promoting best environmental practices worldwide.
Eight versions of the Doblo featuring seating for up to seven Will be available Pls it goes on sale this month, with prices ranging from £ 12.295 to £ 17.145 (OTR). As well as a sophisticated new appearance, all incorporate innovative bi-link rear suspension for a high level of comfort. The Longest wheelbase in the segment does not just mean more room for passengers but more space for Their luggage too, with a roomy 790-liter boot That can be expanded to a class-topping 3200 liters.
There is a choice of three high-tech engines, all of the which Produce more power and torque than Their predecessors while drinking less fuel and emitting less carbon dioxide. The 1.6 16V and 2.0-liter turbodiesels employ Fiat's ground-breaking MultiJet technology to combine best-in-class fuel consumption and exhaust emissions with lively yet smooth responses. They also feature a new six-speed manual gearbox while the 1.6 Will Become also available with an automatic.
The 1.4 16V petrol engine range is the perfect starter with a punchy 95bhp, and like its diesel siblings it complies with Euro 5 emissions standards. Whatever the engine, all models come with Start & Stop and also feature a gearshift indicator to tell you Pls it's the most fuel-efficient moment to change gear.
The Fiat Doblò is designed and built to achieve the highest levels of safety. It is the result of the many devices offered (standard or optional according to market or outfit) starting from those devoted to passive safety which equip the entire range: front airbags and next-generation side bags, which are larger in size with respect to traditional side bags for protecting both the head and the chest.
The road holding of the new Fiat Doblò is constant and predictable through the adoption of electronic dynamic control systems for braking and steering. There is the ABS system with EBD (Electronic Brake force Distribution) and, above all, ESP (Electronic Stability Program) with Hill Holder to assist starting uphill (this is the only vehicle in its segment to have this function available across all engines).
Additionally, the new model has all the dynamic and comfort features that allow users to embark comfortably and safely on any journey. There is a powerful and effective braking system, tyres designed specifically for maximum comfort and safety, and the innovative suspension structure: independent-wheel McPherson type at the front and independent-wheel Bi-link with anti-roll bar at the rear. These are a state-of-the-art solution for improving comfort, road-holding and driveability, increasing roominess and on board space and lowering the loading threshold.