The Fiat Scudo is back. With the new Fiat Scudo, Stellantis is continuing to build on its corporate strategy and is bringing two new models to the already large family of small vans. Similarities to the Peugeot Traveler and Peugeot Expert, Citroen Jumpy and Citroen Spacetourer, Toyota Proace and Toyota Proace Verso, and Opel Zafira Life and Opel Vivaro cannot be overlooked.
The new Fiat Scudo is available as a diesel version with four engines from 102 to 177 hp and as a Fiat E-Scudo electric minivan with 136 hp and battery capacities of 50 and 75 kWh. That should be enough for ranges between 230 and 330 kilometers. This makes the Fiat E-Scudo, after the Fiat E-Ducato, the second commercial vehicle from Fiat to be available with an electric motor. The diesel versions have a choice of a 6-speed manual gearbox or an 8-speed automatic version.
Buyers can choose between manual and automatic transmissions. There will also be different equipment variants. Assistance systems such as traffic sign recognition, automatic emergency braking, blind-spot warning, or lane departure warning are an excerpt from a list of other safety functions. There is also a reversing camera with a 180-degree view and parking sensors to help with maneuvering.
The Fiat Scudo models include four versions and a total of three lengths: from a compact 4.61 to 4.96 to 5.31 meters - at heights of 1.89 or 1.94 meters. The commercial vehicle is designed as a box, chassis, or glazed van.
The Fiat E-Scudo electric minivan with a 50 kWh battery is priced at 45,000 euros; 32,000 euros are due for the 102 hp diesel. Interested parties can order the Scudo in the equipment levels Business, Basis and SX immediately. The car counterpart to the Scudo is called Ulysse and can be configured for 6 or 9 people. Like their Stellantis siblings, both the Scudo and the Ulysee are manufactured in Hordain, France.
Dimensions : 4.61; 4.96 or 5.31 meters long / 1.89 or 1.94 meters high
Cargo volume : 4.6; 5.3; 6.1 cubic meters
Payload : 1.4 tons
With the new Scudo, Fiat is catching up with the other models in the Stellantis van family. Little has changed in terms of technology. Fiat adapts the design somewhat to its own design language. The little brother of the Fiat Ducato comes as the successor to the Fiat Talento and is almost identical in construction to the Citroën Jumpy, Peugeot Expert, Opel Vivaro, and Toyota Proace from the Stellantis Group.