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New Fiat Ducato Dropside Truck

Functionality, capacity, practicality and comfort

  • 2 types of cab, single and double.
  • 4 wheelbases, 5 lengths
  • GVW options from 3000kg to 4250kg
  • maximum load of 2100kg on the front axle and up to 2500kg on the rear axle
  • 8 flatbed dimensions with load areas from 4.9 to 8.5m²
  • 2 different ranges: the Ducato and the Ducato Maxi with reinforced suspension and 16” wheels

The robust and reliable original flatbeds are produced using state of the art materials and technologies:

  • the load platform, 2m wide and 2.8m to 4.2m long, is crafted from Scandinavian timber and treated with phenol resins toensure an anti-slip surface which is highly resistant to abrasion
  • the side boards are made of aluminium profiles, making them undeformable and light for optimised payload, 40cm high and fitted with an access step.

The load area ranges from 4.9 to 8.5.

Fiat Ducato 3-way Tipper

The Tipper Body is made of robust steel, with high strength timber and anti-slip floor:

  • the load platform, which is 2m wide and between 2.5m and 3.3m long, is made of robust steel
  • the robust aluminium side boards are 39cm high and fitted with a practical access step.

The load area ranges from 5.1m² to 6.8m².

Self-levelling suspensions

To keep you level at all times, irrespective of load weight and arrangement, thus increasing safety and driving comfort.

Allows you to raise or lower the load platform when the vehicle is parked in order to:

  • make the handling of your goods easier
improve the ramp angle or the passing of an obstacle beneath the vehicle


Northern Commercials work closely with various finance providers, which allows us to find the right solution for your business. Various finance options are available, all tailored dependant on the duration of the contract you require and your business’ budget.

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What are the main finance options?

Hire Purchase

Hired Purchase allows you to use the vehicle while paying for it, at the end of the agreement you take ownership. The vehicle appears as an asset on your balance sheet from day one. After the final payment, the vehicle becomes yours.

Contract Hire

Means taking control of a vehicle for a fixed period of time, you will pay a fixed monthly fee for the duration of the agreement and then return the vehicle at the end of the contract. Monthly payments are calculated by the looking at the initial cost of the vehicle and the residual value, based on the mileage and age of the vehicle at the end of the contract.

Finance Lease

It means that vehicles are hired to you for a fixed period without the option of ownership, and at the end of the primary period you may choose to continue to rent the asset for a further period at a nominal rate or to act as an agent in its disposal. This means you have the option to sell the vehicle on the finance companies behalf and keep the majority of the proceeds.

Operating Lease

An Operating Lease is a simply a type of long term rental, with a fixed monthly price. Monthly payments are generally lower than a finance lease as the vehicle’s residual value is accounted for in contract. At the end of the agreement you can choose to extend the agreement or simply return the vehicle.

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