Used Fiat Scudo cars for sale

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Fiat Scudo

PANORAMA FAMILY MULTIJET 140 5-Door

£7,695
2008(58)
£146.56 per month
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  • 42,500
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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Fiat Scudo

Panorama Family 8 Seat Bus L2 LWB Air 130 Hdi 5-Door

 
£11,100Inc. VAT
£9,250Exc. VAT
2013(13)
£212.01 (Inc VAT) per month
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  • 43,620
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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Fiat Scudo

SCUDO 90 M-JET 5S 6-Door

£8,995
2011(11)
£175.01 per month
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  • 49,100
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 1.6L
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Fiat Scudo

2.0 JTD Multijet L2 Panorama Family 5 Seater 5dr

£11,995
2013(13)
£230.79 per month
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  • 45,000
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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Fiat Scudo

Panorama Family 8 Seat Bus L2 LWB Air 130 Hdi 5-Door

 
£11,580Inc. VAT
£9,650Exc. VAT
2013(13)
£222.08 (Inc VAT) per month
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  • 40,742
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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Fiat Scudo

2.0 Multijet 120 Family L2 5dr panorama FINANCE £0 DEPOSIT £198.96 X 60 MTS

£8,995
2011(61)
£175.01 per month
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  • 48,000
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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Fiat Scudo

2.0 Multijet 2.0JTD Multijet Panorama 8 Seats Taxi Minibus Vehicle 5-Door

£10,950
2013(13)
£208.86 per month
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  • 53,000
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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Used Fiat Scudo

A history lesson…

The Fiat Scudo is a van range that has developed as a result of a wide-ranging partnership, which means that you'll find equivalent versions from Peugeot, Citroen and Toyota all built on the same platform.
 
As a result your choice between the four options is in part based on which badge you prefer and how much money you're being asked to shell out, although there are more design subtleties to the Scudo than meet the eye.
 
The Scudo nametag has actually been around since 1995 and this first generation lasted until 2007, but you'll really be looking for a second generation model since these are affordable and far better equipped, as well as being designed to fall in line with the look of the Fiat Ducato.
 
The used Fiat Scudo fits into the mid-size area of the market, going toe to toe with rivals like the Mercedes-Benz Vito and the VW Transporter. While it may not be as well known, it is still able to offer a solid commercial vehicle experience with a few clever features elevating it above average.
 
Bang for your buck
 
If you're looking for something a little more practical than Fiat's Doblo, the Scudo's inclusion of a third seat up front that fits another adult passenger will be welcome. Moving about upfront is made easier thanks to the presence of a dash-mounted gearstick and there is a two seat version available if you definitely won't need a third.
 
Compartments moulded into the doors have room to grasp bottles and cans, accounting for the need to stay refreshed while on the road. There are also dedicated cup holders on the dash and a lockable glove box that can keep more precious items safe.
 
The entry level used Fiat Scudo for sale comes with a 1.6 litre petrol engine sporting 90bhp. While this is perfectly adequate, most buyers instead opt for the reliable, powerful and frugal 2.0 litre MultiJet diesel engine, which pulls well and has 120bhp at its disposal.
 
There's even a Euro5-approved version of the diesel that ups the output to 163bhp, which is a much better fit if you're going to be lugging large loads for extended periods.
 
Carriage space comes in the form of 5.0m3 for the short wheelbase Scudo, with 6.0m3 onboard the long wheelbase edition. If you want maximum onboard storage, the high roof iteration bumps space up to 7.0m3, which comes close to matching the Ducato.
 
Fuel efficiency is equally decent, since you'll get between 37 and 39mpg out of the various engines depending on how you drive.
 
What you'll pay
 
The used Fiat Scudo's first generation is cheap as chips, but you'll probably find a lot of miles on the clock at asking prices lower than £1000.
 
If you opt for the post-2007 models, which is arguably sensible, you should find prices starting at around £3000-£4000 depending on the condition of the car in question. For a van that costs at least £15,000 from new, that's not a bad price.
 
What to check
 
As with any commercial vehicle you can expect that the Scudo will have taken a bit of a beating, so look carefully at the service history and give the car a thorough inspection inside and out.
 
If you're picking one of the Scudo Combi models, which have seats in the rear and may have been adapted for wheelchair users, it still pays to be cautious and you should only commit to a sale if you're totally confident in what you're buying.
 
Parts
 
Because the Fiat Scudo comes from a shared range, its parts are not overly costly and you'll find them in abundant supply.
 
How it drives
 
The Scudo's respected engines and overall practicality make it a good road companion, although as mentioned above you should really seek out the diesel powered models if you want the best possible experience. The extra torque, not just the extra horsepower, makes all the difference.
 
There are plenty of electronic assists onboard newer models to improve handling, while the optional pneumatic suspension makes the van easier to load and is also a great comfort-enhancer. The Scudo fills a gap in the market well and while big name competitors may leave it overshadowed, you should embrace it for its material benefits.

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