The Daily’s gross vehicle weight ranges from 2.8 tonnes to 6.5 tonnes but this vehicle is really a 6.5-tonner that has been scaled down. Hence anyone with the need to carry some serious amounts of cargo would be advised to buy one of the bigger models.
The downside is that if you go above 3.5-tonnes, you’ll need a tachograph which will seriously affect the amount of time the van can spend on the road.
The Daily also features a full steel bulkhead and unglazed rear doors as standard to keep loads from prying eyes. Another plus is that the load area is independently lockable from the front of the van.
There is the usual mix of vehicle lengths and roof heights and the biggest model has a load volume of just over 17 cubic metres while the smallest has just 7.3 cubic metres.
Payloads start at 1,210kg and rise to 3,640kg.