Used Fiat Scudo for sale
The Fiat Scudo replaced the Fiat Talento from 2022 onwards in being the brand's medium-sized van offering.
As is the case with many vans, the Fiat Scudo looks almost identical to a handful of vans from other manufacturers. This is the norm in the van world, and so the Citroën Dispatch, Peugeot Expert, Toyota Proace and Vauxhall Vivaro look almost identical.
With the van's platform shared by a strong batch of manufacturers, the Fiat Scudo should be a decent van, and benefits from the following highlights listed below.
- Good to drive
- Smart styling
- Fully-electric version in the line-up
- Low running costs
- Decent payload
Economy, Towing, and Performance
With the Fiat Scudo coming along in 2022, it's about as modern as vans get, and with a handful of manufacturers offering an almost identical van, it's a positive outlook for the Scudo.
The entry-level 1.5-litre diesel is joined by a beefier 2.0-litre diesel unit. There's also a fully-electric alternative in the E-Scudo. Economy in all three is impressive, with the diesels returning 43mpg and 38mpg respectively.
The E-Scudo has a range of up to 205 miles, or up to 270 miles with the optional bigger battery.
The diesel engines produce enough oomph as you'd expect, especially in the 2.0-litre version, whilst the electric versions feel uncanny with their electric delivery. You should have no problems when it comes to performance.
And if you're looking to tow, diesel models can tow up to 2,500kg with a braked trailer, whilst unbraked the figure is set to 750kg like all vans. The E-Scudo has a reduced braked towing capability of 1,000kg.
Bodystyles, Payload, and Capacity
Bodystyles are nice and simple with the Fiat Scudo, with a regular panel van in multiple lengths, as well as a Crew Cab in various specs too.
As for payload, for a Scudo fitted with a diesel engine, you'll find payloads of up to 1,400kg, whilst the E-Scudo is rated up to 1,226kg dependent on exact specification.
Capacity depends on spec too, but looking at the panel van in general, the capacity figures are as follows:
- Load Length: 2,185mm for L1 / 2,535mm for L2
- Load Height: 1,397mm for both
- Load Width: 1,268mm for both
Always double check figures buying used, as exact specs may vary the figures slightly.
Interior, Technology, and Safety
Interiors are neat and tidy, with clear dials and a nice infotainment screen on all trims apart from the entry-level 'SX' trim.
The E-Scudo gets funkier dials due to its electric nature but on the whole they are pretty van-like and more about plain and simple presentation, rather than the fully-digital focus many cars from 2022 have.
If you can, we'd opt for 'Business' or 'Tecnico' trims as they offer more kit, and you get the touchscreen infotainment which really gives the cabin a boost.
Safety features are good, with options in the range including traffic sign recognition, lane departure warning, forward collision warning and active emergency brake control, rear view camera and grip control.
Is the Fiat Scudo right for me?
If you're in the market for a medium van, the Fiat Scudo is well worth a look when buying used.
If you have a certain brand you prefer, the Citroën Dispatch, Peugeot Expert, Toyota Proace and Vauxhall Vivaro are worth looking at too, being near identical.
This segment has long been dominated by the textbook Ford Transit Custom, and is therefore well worth looking at too.
Why buy a used van from Evans Halshaw?
Find your perfect used van at Evans Halshaw
At Evans Halshaw, we stock an exceptional range of used vans, with a comprehensive selection of quality, robust vehicles from compact vans to pickup trucks.
All of our vehicles are fully HPI checked, giving you peace of mind when making a decision. In addition, we're able to offer same-day delivery on a selection of used vans, meaning you never have to wait for the van you want.
If you're still in the market for your perfect used van, our friendly associates at your local Evans Halshaw dealership can help you find the vehicle that's ideal for you.