Under the boonet of the Fiat Ducato, Fiat's euro 5+ range of 2.3 litre diesels now boasts lower emissions and up to 10% better fuel economy. All models come equipped with a 6-speed manual transmission as standard with optional Comfort-Matic gearboxes available on all engines except the entry level 110hp. Entry level 2.0 Multijet 110 engines boast CO2 figures of 170g/km with 44.1 MPG on the combined cycle. With optional Start and Stop, 2.3 litre 130hp and 150hp engines return even better fuel economy, boasting 45.6 MPG and lower CO2 emissions of 164g/km.

The new Ducato comes in a range of bodystyles including panel vans, window vans, combis, minibus, dropside and chassis (both with crew versions), back-to-back cabs and a platform cab. There are 8 different load capacities, four lengths and three different heights available for the Ducato range.

Six lengths are offered for the chassis cabs, including a new 3,800mm wheelbase version. Later this year there will even be a new three-way tipper join the range.

Fiat have retained the high-specification Tecnico grade with standard features including U-Connect DAB radio with a 5" touchscreen, integrated TomTom satellite navigation, LED daytime running lights, reverse parking sensors and a reversing camera. The new Ducato's Tecnico grade is significantly cheaper than the previous models equivalent too.

Fiat claim there are more than 250 optional extras offered on the new Ducato, some of which include a fixed or removable tow hook and a retractable rear access step. Driving safety has also been improved with features such as advanced ESC, Roll-over management, Roll movement intervention, Load adaptive control and Hill holder appearing as standard.

As with the new Peugeot Boxer and new Citroen Relay, the new Fiat Ducato is available to configure and compare here on Comcar using the link at the top of this article.

For other bodystyles, please use our Van Prices and Options tool.