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Drive Away Prices For Fiat Commercial Vehicles

Fiat Ducato (copyright image) 20th January, 2009

Fiat is making it easier for businesses across Australia that rely on commercial vehicles to cut costs by making the entire Fiat commercial vehicle range available at drive-away pricing – an Australian first – for a limited time, with savings from up to $3,700 on the Scudo, rising up to $4,700 on the largest Fiat Ducato, with the added bonus of a free alloy tray valued at up to $3,000 on the Ducato cab chassis.

“There is no doubt that businesses across Australia are doing it tough and they need to look at every dollar they spend to save money,” says Andrei Zaitzev, General Manager for Fiat in Australia. “With the Fiat Scudo and Ducato ranges, renowned for their excellent economy and low running costs, owners are already saving money, but with the new drive-away pricing we have made it even easier for more people to start benefitting from these low running costs.”

Powered by a 2.0 litre 88 kW Turbo diesel engine, the Fiat Scudo boasts a 1.2 tonne payload and a 6.0 cubic metre load space. The Ducato range has a choice of 2.3 litre 88 kW or 3.0 litre 115 kW Turbo Diesel engine, with load volumes ranging from 8.0 to 15 cubic metres. The 3.0 litre versions of the Ducato are available with the new MTA self shifting gearbox which combines the economy and performance of a manual gearbox with the convenience of an automatic.

The new Fiat commercial vehicle pricing covers all models in the range:
Fiat Scudo $36,990
Fiat Ducato Medium Wheelbase Van $39,990
Fiat Ducato Long Wheelbase Van $44,990
Fiat Ducato Long Wheelbase Van MTA $51,990
Fiat Ducato Extra Long Wheelbase Van $52,990
Fiat Ducato Extra Long Wheelbase Van MTA  $55,990
Fiat Ducato Cab Chassis incl. Free Alloy Tray (Max $3,000.00)  $41,990

Fiat sales climbed by 26.1 per cent in Australia according to official VFACTS figures for 2008, in marked contrast to the market as a whole. With the tiny Fiat 500 not gaining the sales volume that was expected, the Fiat Ducato van is leading Fiat’s growth in Australia.

“Fiat enjoyed strong growth in Australia during 2008 and we are determined, despite tough market conditions, to maintain this growth,” says Andrei Zaitzev. “We are delighted that our customers will be able to benefit from this sharp new pricing as part of our determination to keep Fiat gaining new owners in Australia.”

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