D he new Fiat Talento in the Fiat range closes the gap between the compact Fiat Doblò Cargo and the Fiat Ducato large-capacity van. The Talento followed the Scudo.
Fiat is now showing that vans can also be sporty with the Talento Sportivo, which is based on the glazed Talento 'Family' station wagon. The optical distinguishing features of the sporty van are the matt black light alloy wheels in 17-inch format, the side bars with integrated steps and the modified front apron, which has a red trim strip in addition to the matt black paintwork. In addition, through the use of special suspension springs, the body is lowered, by 28 millimeters at the front and 18 millimeters at the rear.
The special model is only available with a 1.6-liter turbodiesel, optionally with 125 hp and 320 Nm or with 145 HP and 340 Nm. Prices for the eight-seater start at 39,901 euros for the small diesel and from 41,091 euros for the large diesel.
Fiat Talento as flatbed, bus and panel van
The Fiat Talento was developed in cooperation with the Renault group . The French developed the new generation of vans in collaboration with Opel. Accordingly, the new van is available as a Renault Trafic, a Nissan NV300, an Opel Vivaro and also a Fiat Talento. In order to instill the Fiat family in the van, the Talento was given a face in the typical Fiat look.
The market launch of the new Fiat Talento in Germany was planned for June 2016. The range of engines for the Fiat Talento includes 1.6 four-cylinder diesels with one or two turbochargers. The power levels are 95 hp for the single turbo and 125 and 145 hp for theBiturbo engines. Like its sister models, the Talento is available in the body variants panel van, bus and as a flatbed truck. There are also two different body lengths and heights in the range. Prices start at 23,430 euros plus tax.