Versatility and strength on
reliable and attentive to every need , the Daily adopts a ladder-frame
chassis that provides structural stiffness , fatigue resistance and
durability . Precisely
for this reason can offer versions cab and box bodies with a maximum
permissible weight of no less than 7.0 tonnes , which increases the
payload of 470 kg , and with more than 4700 kg of payload of the frame
gets a payload capacity better than that of many mid-range vehicles .
of a set of interventions aimed at improving the quality of real and
perceived , the Daily now offers , in the van version , a more efficient
system of locking of the rear doors , with different choices of the
hinges designed to allow operators to opt for one that fits the type of use of the vehicle . Besides
the classical position at 180 ° , inclusive of 90 ° opening , borrowed
of the Daily, with the new model in fact the opening of the doors can be
up to 270 ° with automatic door stops at 90 ° , 180 ° and 270 ° without tie rods, thus making them extremely comfortable to use.
regards the equipment , the interfacing is facilitated by the optional
electronic expansion module that is the essential element of connection
with the CAN interface of the vehicle. Outputs include PTO controls , light management, start the engine , electrical insulation and alarm .
She will also set up with fixed body that is factory fitted on the cab versions . There are also boxes with a width of 2140 mm for versions from 29L to 50C and 2300 mm for those from 65C to 70C . This
type of construction includes folding steps for easier access ,
ergonomic handles vertical side and rear load securing devices . Sensitive
to the needs of all customers , even those who hold driving license
category " B" , the Daily in versions up to 3.5 tonnes offers a tire
repair kit instead of the traditional spare wheel , which instead
continues to be standard on higher versions . This with the aim to gain space for the payload in cases where it becomes a fundamental element for the choice of vehicle .