Iveco daily van 2019
Purchased new 2 vans one long wheelbase and one medium, generally sound mechanically however they have issues with uneven brake wear on the rear! One side wears faster than the other and lasts between 30 and 50,000km not what you should be getting, we average around 100k before they require replacing on all our other vans ! Iveco will not admit there are issues and claim it’s normal wear ! Not when the other side is half way through and the opposite is down to wear indicator! Obviously there is an issue but won’t accept the fact and won’t repla...ce under warranty! So if you can afford to replace your pads every 3-4 months go buy one! Think these will be the last iveco we buy! Apart from that issue the only other gripe would be the panels are very thin and easy to dent just by touching them so be careful when closing doors! Can’t fault dealer service but iveco australia try to get out of the above issues! Will be taking matter further as we have this issue with 2 vans!
Purchased in April 2019 for $58,000.00.
You can have your daily back
Seats are uncomfortable like they wrapped material around a wooden bench, Not very roomy inside the cabin Wall behind the drivers seat is far too close, Engine sounds like a tractor, Very crude Interia like the van is from 2004 There is no reversing camera even the stereo is quite bad, Very rough drive It's like I'm driving a vehicle with no suspension You feel every Bump, Already had to replace the battery, Engine doesn't Warn you if you are very low in oil,
The mirrors don't have enough adjustment features,
There are 2 positives the gearbox is quite smooth, and I don't mind the Room in the back,
Purchased in October 2019 for $55,000.00.
No good transmission shudders before coming to a stand still
Bought I new iveco daily 45c17 auto
With still himatic transmission fault from day dot complaining about shudders before it comes to a
Complete stop they are making up story's and storytelling saying nothing wrong the issue is they don't know how to fix it !!!!!
Bought it from dealer in Coburg And then took it closer to my work at Westar centre campbellfield. It's been nothing but saying we can't help
Purchased in June 2018 for $60,000.00.
Generally good, but.....
I purchased a 9m3 35-130 Iveco Daily as a replacement for a 2008 SWB 311 MB Sprinter. I am limited to the wheelbase length I can park and I looked at a new sprinter but found the MWB is too long and the SWB has now gone front wheel drive. As I regularly tow a 2t tandem trailer I wanted to retain RWD rather than go FWD - this limited the choice of vehicle with most of the European vans.
I found the dealer Westar very good to deal with and got a better price than the more local SE suburbs dealer.
Mechanically the van is really good, the 8 speed...auto box means that even this lowest rated engine in the range works well in traffic and on the freeways, and it tows really well without struggling at all and feels very planted and stable. The latter capability is undoubtedly due to the separate chassis design of the Iveco and the higher towing rating of 3.2t means my trailer is well within its capability (the sprinter did always fell on the limit with its lower 2t rating). The additional space I've gained with the slightly longer wheelbase has also been welcome and the van rides well with around 900kg of racking and tools carried every day, however the ride is very firm when empty and if being used for courier work when a good proportion of travelling may be empty, I would think carefully about ride quality. There have been a few issues which to me mean that the overall design is not as resolved as the Sprinter - With the shortest 7m3 and the 9m3 vans it turns out that with the factory fitted tow bar the spare wheel cannot be carried in the underfloor carrier - the dealer did offer th re-locate the spare inside the rear side wall of the van, but this did not fit in with the racking I had planned, so currently the spare sits in the garage.
Purchased in February 2019.
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My Iveco Daily with Winnebago combination.
We purchased the Iveco Daily 50C18 in early 2010. Since then we have travelled 157,000 km. Extensive trips throughout Australia with no problems at all. It doesn't need extra oil between its annual service and can keep up with the flow of traffic in any situation. Towing our 1-1/2 ton trailer with comparative ease. We'd buy another Iveco without hesitation but for the present we are perfectly happy with the present combination.
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Iveco Daily 50 c 17 van 2016 review
We purchased our 2016 Iveco Daily Van from Newcastle commercial vehicles Beresfield new, it was the 3,0 manual 4490kg long wheel base high roof. during our 18 months of ownership we covered 180,000km doing our specialist long distance courier work of 3500km per week. during ownership we had no major mechanical issues with the vehicle, it was reliable and powerful, great to drive and loads of torque, fully loaded every night with max weight and also the occasional trailer full as well it pulled fantastic up hills no major change in pace it eats ...hills with ease. during ownership we had one handbreak cable recall, and rear door catch recall. other than that is sat on the freeway every night doing its work without an issue. I would highly recommend the Iveco daily, comfortable, reliable great for a work vehicle, all mod cons in the cabin and a pleasure to own. Iveco service was second to none, we have had no issue with customer service at all in fact they go above and beyond any other manufacturers customer service. great 24 hour mechanics that come to you if you do have an issue, unlike other manufacturers who will send out a tow truck. Iveco keeps you on the road with less down time and fix problems as fast as they can. The service center guys are fantastic no messing you around your in and done as quick as possible. Great service from Mat and the guys at Newcastle Iveco. Yes they are more expensive than other makes but you do get what you pay for. and in business Iveco is the way to go.
Questions & Answers
Can any one tell me if this is a good deal for a Iveco camper I am looking at as I’m new to the iveco’s
It’s a 3 seater 2005 iveco daily high top camper with 200,000 on the odometer with tow ball and it’s fully kitted out with a bed-multiple storage places -kitchen with fridge tv-duel battery- power sockets interior low voltage lighting and much more
The advert below is how i see it advertised online
2005 (Comp) Iveco Daily 50C17 T/Diesel Manual Hi Roof Camper Conversion Van
$10,900 not including registration or insurance.. as advertised on the auction web site !
This vehicle will be my home while I travel around Australia alone for the next 12 plus months....
I am in Darwin and I am looking at one ( a camper) in the weekend! How did you get on? Did you buy the one you were looking at?
can this vehicle tow a caravan
Iveco 2012 50C does anyone know of issues or fundamental faults?
Looking to buy.
I have a 2009 50C18 and it is as reliable as the best vehicle on the road. I purchased it new in the Newcastle region but wished I'd bought it from another agency. Servicing has always been done by IVECO Service Centres around Australia and in general they couldn't be faulted. Check the rubber coating on the roof (if your vehicle has it) the rubber needs to be replaced approx. every five years to ensure full roof protection from the elements.I highly recommend IVECO.
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