Ducato 35 LWB Diesel 2.3 Multijet High Roof 120
Fiat has been building Ducato large vans since 1981, and the model covered by this 2021 Fiat Ducato review is the sixth iteration. It was originally launched back in 2006, revised in 2011, facelifted in 2014, updated in 2019, and is now being upgraded again with another facelift, new engines and more technology for 2021.
The New Ducato, as Fiat is calling the 2021 model, is available with class-leading driver-assistance systems for added safety, lots more screens in the cabin and has adopted the same 2.2-litre engines used by the Peugeot Boxer, Citroen Relay and Vauxhall Movano.
Up until 2021, Fiat has always used its own engines – which have been specifically designed for commercial vehicle use – but as part of the New Ducato changes it's shifting to the same 2.2-litre units used by its relatives. Fiat, Vauxhall, Peugeot and Citroen are all part of one big Stellantis family of companies now, so this makes sense.
While the Fiat Ducato is only available in front-wheel drive, it still offers buyers an enormous amount of choice.
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