The 2011 Fiat Doblo Work Up allows an easy use in urban areas due to its compact external dimensions which do not limit its performance. A rear axle load up to 1,450 kg is ensured by the multi-link suspension. Featuring a floor created from anti-slip multilayer wood with sides in aluminum alloy, the load box is made of high-resistance steel, while long tools can be easily deposited under the compartment from under the floor, at the same time being easily protected from the elements. These features make the car model an ideal one for those customers who work in agriculture, construction, being also great for the transport of frames and glass as it is capable of taking three Euro pallets or 33 boxes of fruit.
Concerning the powertrain, the new Fiat Doblo is powered by a choice of two Euro 5 turbodiesel engines, a 1.6 MultiJet 105 bhp with a consumption of 49.6mpg (combined) and emissions of 150 g/km CO2 and a 1.3 MultiJet 90 bhp with a consumption of 55.4mpg (combined) and emissions of 133 g/km CO2. Both engines comprise the fuel-saving Start&Stop system and diesel particulate filter. The new Fiat Doblo finds no rivals when it comes to security as it was equipped with innovative mechanical solutions that include stability control, and ABS anti-lock brakes with EBD electronic brakeforce distribution. The safety specification is completed by front airbags. According to Francesco Russiello, Marketing product Manager, the new Doblo Work Up is the latest evolution of a model designed to be top of its class in terms of performance and functional characteristics, its capability and ease of loading.
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