The New Eurocargo 4×4 from Iveco is designed for the most demanding off-road work and is a good solution for construction and urban jobsites.
It is available with a day or sleeper cab with standard roof. It has a gross vehicle weight of 11.5 or 15 tonnes and a range of wheelbases measuring from 3,240 to 4,150mm.
It runs a Tector 7 engine in 220 and 250 HP variants on the 11.5-tonne version, and 250 and 280 HP variants on the 15-tonne version. It is the only Euro VI medium range vehicle to meet emissions standards with a single anti-emission system, the hi-SCR system with passive Diesel Particulate Filter.
The New Eurocargo 4×4 incorporates several protections for off-road driving such as steel bumpers, retractable access steps and a specific radiator guard. It features a front towing jaw and is available with PTO.
The ZF six-speed manual gearboxes feature a servoshift system for easy gear changing even in the most demanding work conditions. Permanent four-wheel drive is provided by a longitudinal differential, which distributes torque between the front and rear axles.
It is possible to select a fast or slow distributor ratio according to conditions (on/off road). In addition, three diff locks guarantee traction even in low-grip conditions.
The exceptionally narrow steering angle ranging from 40 to 48 degrees, depending on the tyres, mean the Eurocargo is just as comfortable in urban sites as it is off-road.
New Daily 4×4: geared up for off-road
Following the New Daily’s great success as winner of the prestigious “International Van of the Year 2015” award, Iveco launched the New Daily 4×4.
This vehicle is geared up for off road, for all tracks, for all conditions: on construction sites, for building and maintenance companies up to the highest altitudes. Its strength and durability are unrivalled in its class, thanks to its special off-road chassis.
Indeed one of its key strengths is the C-section ladder frame chassis, which has always been typical of the Daily range, enabling the easiest body customisation and guaranteeing robust performance in all missions.
It runs a 4-cylinder, 3-litre F1C Euro VI heavy-duty common rail engine that develops a maximum power of 170 hp (125 kW) with a maximum torque of 400 Nm.
The six-speed overdrive gearbox is coupled with the central transfer box with four low ranges in order to obtain 24 ratios. Thanks to its three differential locks, the New Daily 4×4 is able to tackle any slope and is capable of handling the most severe terrain, without any compromises as regards driving comfort.
The vehicle is well suited to all types of missions, with a vast choice of PTOs available on the gearbox and the central transfer box, compatibility with on-road as well as off-road tyres, and the ability to front-mount other accessories like winches and snowploughs.
The New Daily is available in two versions, a single cab with two wheelbases (a short 3,050mm variant and long 3,400 mm variant), and a crew cab with a 3,400mm wheelbase, which can transport a crew of seven people.