New car uses reworked Punto Evo base in a bid to boost ride comfort
22 March 2010

The new Fiat Doblo will cost from £12,295.

Fiat says the car - which is based on a reworked Punto Evo base in a bid to boost ride comfort and space - retains just three per cent of parts from the previous generation model.

See the new Fiat Doblo pictures

It has a 790-litre boot which can be extended to 3200 litrres with the rear seats folded flat.

The Doblo will be offered with petrol and diesel engines, which range from 95bhp to 135bhp, and all offering reduced emissions to the outgoing models.

All Doblos come with start-stop, stability control and a hill holder function as standard.

It seats five as standard, but can be specced to carry seven.

John O'Brien

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