‘Wing-ing’ it with Iveco’s Daily

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The minibus and coach market is a crowded space. Indcar’s Wing is one body style bringing Iveco’s respected Daily chassis to the party in the now less-populated 25 to 30-seat spectrum. Ken Mann assesses its merits

Dominant it may appear as an OEM chassis supplier for mini and midi buses and coaches but Mercedes-Benz has rivals – especially MAN and lately DAF. The latter two put up a fight mainly at the heavier end of that chassis spectrum. Here we’re going to examine Iveco’s Daily – the 70C18 Euro 6, to be specific – to see if it, and Indcar’s Wing bodywork at 8.5m, helps to fill a void between the Sprinter 5-series chassis and the lighter end of the Atego range.

The front end seems to have a ‘smiling’ demeanour. Driveability is certainly a happy experience. KEN MANN

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