Used Fiat Ducato Vans in Scotland

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Fiat Ducato 35 HR WV MULTIJET 2016, 116000 miles, +23
Fiat Ducato £12,995

2016

Manual

Mileage: 116,000

Diesel

Fiat Ducato 2.3 35 MWB VANTAGE CUB 2 BERTH MOTORHO +34
Fiat Ducato £29,995

2010

Manual

Mileage: 56,000

Diesel

Fiat Ducato 2.8 15 LWB JTD GRAN V 126 BHP MOTOR CA +24
Fiat Ducato £24,950

2005

Manual

Mileage: 40,000

Diesel

Fiat Ducato Dropside Crew Cab LWB 35 Multijets JTD +15
Fiat Ducato £7,995

2009

Manual

Mileage: 106,000

Diesel

Fiat Ducato Sea Dinghy 2003, 27349 miles, £19995 +24
Fiat Ducato £19,995

2003

Manual

Mileage: 27,349

Diesel

Fiat Ducato LWB L3 35 Dropside (SOLDsd) Multijet I +30
Fiat Ducato £20,995

2019

Manual

Mileage: 28,842

Diesel

Fiat Ducato 3.0 40 MAXI MULTIJET POWER 155 BHP AUT +22
Fiat Ducato £17,995

2014

Automatic

Mileage: 96,000

Diesel

Fiat Ducato Tipper LWB L3 35 Double Chassis Cab Mu +30
Fiat Ducato £11,995

2013

Manual

Mileage: 107,001

Diesel

Fiat Ducato 2.3 35 MULTIJET II 148 BHP AUTOMATIC 3 +28
Fiat Ducato £17,995

2017

Semi-Auto

Mileage: 103,000

Diesel

Fiat Ducato 2010, 41000 miles, £32950 +14
Fiat Ducato £32,950

2010

Manual

Mileage: 41,000

Diesel

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Why buy a used Fiat Ducato with Exchange and Mart?

It's interesting how cultural factors creep into what seem the most pragmatic buying decisions. Take large panel vans as an example. On the face of it, choosing a van is about the least emotional vehicle selection procedure you can imagine. You weigh up the relative merits of each model and one comes out a winner. Yet how is it that in northern Europe, a Ford Transit is so often the result of that process whereas in southern Europe, those cold hard calculations usually equal Fiat Ducato? Clearly dealer proliferation is a factor, but more than that it's trustworthiness. If everybody else buys one, they must be good, right? The Ducato is good. Now in its sixth generation, the Ducato has forged a solid track record. It's notched up around 3 million sales since it was first launched in 1981, and continues to make big numbers not only in Europe but also in the 80 international regions in which it is on sale. In recent times, this model has made more running cost sense thanks to the addition of cleaner Euro6D Multijet3 engines. And there's also a full-electric version too.

About the Fiat Ducato

Pounding the streets of Naples or Palermo is about as tough an assignment as you could think to put a commercial vehicle through, but it's here that Fiat's Ducato has earned a loyal following. If it can put up with that sort of traffic, heat-cycling, and punishment from potholes, cobbles and other road users, British conditions aren't going to make it break a sweat. The latest model builds on the toughness of its predecessor and adds a welcome layer of technical sophistication. Fuel economy on the diesel variants has been markedly improved and it's impossible to argue with the basic practicality of the Ducato. Perhaps the biggest threat this van has to face down is from its sister vehicles, the Citroen Relay, the Vauxhall Movano and the Peugeot Boxer. Your buying decision may very well come down to which of these four you can negotiate the best deal on, but do consider the Fiat's better media connectivity before haggling.