The Iveco Daily is a popular light commercial van, produced by the Italian manufacturer Iveco. The vehicle is popular across the world in many countries and the Daily has been in production now for over 40 years. The Iveco Daily series boasts of a powerful engine that generates around 2.3 to 3.0 HP, depending on the specific model. Since the van’s been around for a while, many older versions have been disassembled for a continuous supply of used spare parts that can be fitted onto current models.
Breaking down an Iveco Daily Van
The new Iveco Daily comes in different sizes, with the largest version going up to 19.6 m³ for the seven-tonne vehicle. However, there are smaller and more compact versions available with the smallest having a cubic capacity of 7.3 m³. Breaking down an Iveco van for its spare parts is a specialised operation that requires an arsenal of different tools, which can usually be found in a breaker yard or with a professional refurbishment company.
Breaking down your old and damaged Iveco Daily and salvaging the usable spares is a tricky task that’s best left to the professionals since they have years of experience in doing the job. The scrapped parts can be easily disposed of since a professional refurbishment specialist already has deals in place with the businesses that purchase scrap.
Contact We Buy Broken Vans to dispose of your Van
Do you have an Iveco Daily that you want to sell off? If so, you’re in the right place. At We Buy Broken Vans, our team specialises in purchasing vans of all shapes and sizes that have stopped running. We are happy to buy your Iveco Daily from any UK mainland location, and you can get a free online valuation for your van. Simply enter the registration number of your Iveco Daily van into the online valuation tool on our website and get a free quote.
We will buy your van even if it’s a non-starter and a member of our team will get in touch with you to start the process of inspection after which we would make you an offer. Call us now on (0121) 285 9859 to start the process of disposing of your old Iveco van to be broken down for spares.
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