Tag Archives: IVECO

Minibus Options builds the UK’s largest wheelchair-accessible minibus

Minibus Options

Derbyshire-based Minibus Options has completed the UK’s largest wheelchair-accessible minibus conversion – building an M2 category minibus offering the capacity to accommodate up to seven wheelchair passengers. The conversion has been made possible thanks to the IVECO Daily – the largest panel van on the UK market – which is now offered with a 4,100mm wheelbase plus an extra-long rear ... Read More »

IVECO UK customers now able to order CNG Daily in right-hand drive

IVECO unveil their new Daily Blue Power line-up

IVECO announce their latest generation Eurocargo Natural Power is now available to order in right-hand drive, giving UK and Irish fleets access to a medium truck running on compressed natural gas (CNG) – ideally suited for low emission transport applications and environmentally-minded urban operators. Building on IVECO’s leadership in natural gas, the Eurocargo Natural Power is available as a 12-tonne ... Read More »

IVECO unveil their new Daily Blue Power line-up

IVECO unveil their new Daily Blue Power line-up

The new Daily Blue Power family is the perfect vehicle for urban and suburban missions; it can access all city centres round the clock, freeing transport operators from the constraints of environmental regulations with its winning combination of technology, low emissions and environmental impact, plus high performance and efficiency. The new Daily Blue Power anticipates the future and offers a ... Read More »

Minibus Guy – Episode 016

Renault Master

Fred takes a look at the Iveco Daily 4100L, the largest panel van in the UK today, with a 17 seat wheelchair accessible minibus conversion, provision for up to 7 wheelchairs. Access for passengers is via a Stayco fold-out step and handrails at the side entrance with a PLS Access tail lift to the underside at rear. Saloon seats are Phoenix ... Read More »

Consultation launched to increase alternatively fuelled van weight limits

alternatively fuelled

Due to recent speculation about alternatively fuelled vehicles being heavier than their internal combustion engine counterparts, the UK Government has launched a consultation on proposals to increase the weight limit of electric and gas-powered vans that can be driven on a standard category B license. Currently, drivers with a normal category B license can operate vans weighing up to a maximum gross vehicle ... Read More »