Fiat Ducato

The Fiat Ducato is a light commercial vehicle officially developed by Stellantis (formerly FCA) and produced since 1981. It was also sold as the Citroën C25, Peugeot J5, Alfa Romeo AR6 and Talbot Express for the first generation, while the second and third generations are marketed as the Fiat Ducato, Citroën Jumper, and Peugeot Boxer. It entered the Canada and United States markets as the Ram ProMaster for the 2014 model year.

Fiat Ducato
Overview
ManufacturerSevel
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (2014–2021)
Stellantis (2021–present)
Also calledCitroën Jumper
Citroën Relay
Peugeot Boxer
Ram ProMaster
Opel Movano
Vauxhall Movano
Production1981–present
Body and chassis
ClassLight commercial vehicle (M)
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive
Chronology
PredecessorFiat 242
Fiat Daily
Dodge Sprinter (for Ram models)
Citroën H Van (for Citroen model line)
Commer FC (Talbot models)

In Europe, it is produced at the Sevel Sud factory, in Atessa, Italy. It has also been produced at the Iveco factory in Sete Lagoas, Brazil, at the Karsan factory in Akçalar, Turkey, at the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Saltillo Truck Assembly Plant in Saltillo, Mexico, and at the Fiat-Sollers factory in Elabuga, Russia. Since 1981, more than 2.6 million Fiat Ducatos have been produced.[1] The Ducato is the most common motorhome base used in Europe; with around two thirds of motorhomes using the Ducato base.[2]

Equipment levels were high, with this light commercial van getting air conditioning, CD player, power windows and mirrors, anti-lock braking system and tire-pressure monitoring system.

In July 2019 the electric version of the Ducato developed by FCA Italy was presented and will be on sale from 2020.[3] From the model year of 2021, the Ducato is also rebadged as the Opel/Vauxhall Movano, replacing the previous model Movano, which from 1998 until 2021 had been based on the Renault Master.