Iveco Daily Trucks For Sale

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The Iveco Daily is a panel van that can handle large loads – up to 7 tonnes GVW, which places it firmly in the heavy commercial vehicle category with the ever popular Ford Transit. The Iveco is arguably a little more hardwearing than its best-selling cousin though, which means that it’s an ideal choice for heavy duty users as well as tradesmen and the like.

The Daily’s DNA is more truck than van (hence why you’re reading this on TruckLocator.co.uk), and can be customised for a massive range of tasks. Though some Iveco Dailys can handle 7 tonnes, the range does start at 3,500kg, and it comes in many configurations; from window vans to chassis and crew cabs, all the way up to 4x4 models suitable for more rugged applications.

Find out more about the Iveco Daily and whether you should buy one.

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Iveco Daily  70C17 LWB Panel Van
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Iveco Daily 70C17 LWB Panel Van POA
2010 | Panel Vans Iveco Daily 70C17 LWB Panel Van, Euro5 Engine, 6 Speed Manual Gearbox, Twin Side Loading Doors, Rear Barn Doors, Hope Safety T-Bar, Factory Fitted Immobiliser, Digital Tacho, CD Player, Electric Windows, Remote Central Locking, Mudflaps, Excellent Condition. MoT Expiry: 31/10/2016
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Iveco Daily 70C18
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Iveco Daily 70C18 POA
2012 | Dropsides | 7000kg This Iveco 70C18 DAILY commercial vehicle seats 3; The gearbox is 6 Speed manual; Body: 12 ft Thompson Steel Dropside with large front Tool box (2ft); Kms: 93807; Bhp: 180; Engine Cc: 2998; D.O.R: 24.12.2012; MOT Expiry: November 2016; Euro: 5; LEZ: Compliant
Iveco Daily  60C17
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Iveco Daily 60C17 POA
2010 | Box Vans | 6000kg No of Seats: 3; The gearbox is 6 Speed Manual; Rear Doors: Barn; Length: 17ft 6ins; Kms: 179995; Engine CC: 2998; D.O.R.: 09/2010; Euro: 5; LEZ: Compliant
Iveco Daily 70C17
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Iveco Daily 70C17 POA
2011 | Panel Vans | 7000kg This Iveco 70C17 IVECO DAILY commercial vehicle seats 3; The gearbox is 6 Speed Manual; Extra details: Barn doors rear, Sliding door both sides; Length: 16ft; Kms: 188682; D.O.R: 16.09.2011; MOT expiry: August 2016; Engine Cc: 2998; Euro : 5; LEZ: Compliant
Iveco Daily  50C13
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Iveco Daily 50C13 POA
2000 | Tractor Unit | 52kg Urban tractor unit with mobile display trailer including hydraulic side canopy; stage and side steps; front office; electric hook up and lightingMoT Due May 13log book present
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Iveco Daily 65C17V
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Iveco Daily 65C17V £9,450.00
2010 | Panel Vans | 6500kg Iveco Daily 65C17 H3 roof Van. 3950 wheelbase. 1 Owner from new. Dealer maintained. Very nice condition throughout. Very good payloads on this model. In cab telephone (just insert SIM card) Digital tachograph. Rear step bumper. Fully ply lined. Full steel bulkhead. High security locks to rear and side doors. Finance available (subject to status) For more information or to arrange a viewing,
Iveco Daily 50C15V
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Iveco Daily 50C15V £15,995.00
2012 | Refrigerated Box SERVICED 12 MONTHS TEST
Iveco Daily 50C15V
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Iveco Daily 50C15V £14,995.00
2012 | Refrigerated Box SERVICED 12 MONTHS TEST
Iveco Daily 50C15V
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Iveco Daily 50C15V £13,995.00
2012 | Refrigerated Box SERVICED 12 MONTHS MOT
Iveco Daily 50C15V
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Iveco Daily 50C15V £12,995.00
2012 | Refrigerated Box SERVICED 12 MONTHS TEST
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Click on the dates in the timeline below to view interesting events in the Iveco Daily's history. Click on the circles in the timeline to view key model updates and face lifts
01.01.1978
Launch
The Iveco Daily is launched. Originally only handling up to 5 tonnes, the Daily is sold both by Iveco and by Fiat, though it is essentially the same van.
01.01.1990
Second generation launched
The second generation of Iveco Daily trucks is launched in the UK. Initially the second generation looked the same as the first, but it did receive a facelift in 1996 – the exterior was broadly similar again, though the engine became available in a 2.8 litre capacity.
01.01.1996
Second generation facelifted
Second generation facelifted with minor changes to its exterior.
01.01.2000
Third generation launched
Iveco’s third generation of Daily trucks makes its way to the UK market. Third generation Dailys come in wider and lower variations, and become available up to 6.5 tonnes. The Daily also wins “Van of the Year”.
01.06.2000
New versions launched
Two new versions were released, the ‘Agile’, with automatic gearshift, and the ‘CNG’, a natural gas version.
01.10.2000
Van of the year
Daily wins the Van of the Year.
01.01.2006
Fourth generation launched
The fourth generation of Iveco Daily trucks is released. More configurations are added, with van, cabin cruiser, Minibus, Agile, Combi and CNG variants becoming available in the UK. The smallest engine is now 2.3 litres.
01.01.2007
All wheel drive version launched
All wheel drive version of the Daily available for the first time since 2000.
01.01.2011
Fifth generation launched
Iveco’s 5th and latest generation of Daily vans becomes available. A slight visual overhaul is not the big news; the fact that the Daily can now handle up to 7 tonnes is what makes the headlines. More engine tweaks are included also.
01.01.1983
Fiat Drop Daily
The Daily is no longer available with a Fiat badge.
01.01.2003
New 2.3 Litre Common Rail introduced
A new 2.3 litre common rail injection engine becomes available.
01.01.2004
3-Litre Daily variants Available
3.0 litre engine variants of the Daily are now widespread.

The 2015 model Daily launch event - Turin 2014
 
 

The Daily is more truck than van, and versatility is definitely the order of the day. There is a massive range of configurations for sale on TruckLocator.co.uk, so look carefully at the listings if you know what you’re looking for.Iveco Daily Van in white

The smaller 2.3 litre diesel engine variants are extremely economical, and although even the smaller trucks are still sold as heavy duty commercial vehicles so no official fuel consumption figures are provided in the UK, TruckLocator can confirm that for a big van, the Daily is very cheap to run on a day to day basis (hence the name). However, the bigger 3 litre versions use considerably more fuel, so check what you’re looking at when you arrange a viewing.

It’s the 3 litre versions of the Daily that are the most intriguing however – the Iveco has the biggest engine available in any van for sale in the UK, and the engine is very hardwearing. Service intervals can be 25,000 miles – as opposed to the Ford Transit’s 20,000 – and the van is among the most spacious on the market too, with up to 17.2 cubic metres of load space.

All in all, the Daily is a good all-round heavy duty vehicle for drivers who aren’t in need of a large truck. Iveco bill it as having “the strength of an industrial vehicle with the handling of a van”, which in our opinion is a pretty fair assessment.

The Iveco Daily in a nutshell

The Iveco Daily is a hardwearing, extremely heavy duty van, and should be considered by those who aren’t 100% sure that they need a full sized truck. There is a massive range of engine configurations and sizes for sale on TruckLocator.co.uk, so be sure to look carefully when buying.

Electric Iveco Daily Model Launched

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Iveco Tests Natural-Gas-Powered Stralis Truck

Truck manufacturer Iveco is currently trialling a new version of its flagship Stralis range which is powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) in order to test the viability of the use of this... Read More

Mayor of London shows strong interest in LBM powered Daily

All eyes were on Iveco’s natural gas powered Daily light commercial at the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership’s exhibition earlier this week, as Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, stopped to... Read More

Read some of the reviews left by Trucklocator users regarding the Iveco Daily below. You can also view all Iveco Daily reviews.

Tough as old boots and still going strong after all these years 4.5/5 by Ian Gaffney I run a 2004 6.5 tonne Iveco Daily with the 2.8 litre 125bhp engine. I bought it at five years old and it is still going strong today approaching a decade on the road. As a builder, I wanted something... Read full review

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