2008 Fiat Doblo 1.9 JTD MULTIJET DYNAMIC Review,Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour

For more in depth reviews check my channel: www.youtube.com Filmed by: Tomaž Kožar Jesenice Make some room for the new Doblo. Fiat’s practical people carrier is back, and this time it has more space than ever. With longer, wider and taller dimensions, plus updated styling, the new Doblo has rivals like the Skoda Roomster and Citroen Berlingo firmly in its sights. The Doblo still looks boxy, and its unique appearance will still split opinion, but Fiat has made a good attempt at making it that much easier to love. The front end now looks more up-to-date and the overall outline is softer and easier on the eye compared to the previous version. Inside, the cabin has been given a dramatic makeover too. The spacious design means the Doblo is a relaxing place to be and with lots of headroom and plenty of space for five passengers, the Doblo is ideal for big families. For an extra £800, Fiat can also fit two extra seats in the rear. But if you want to stick with the more standard five seat set-up, the Doblo has a class-leading 790-litres of boot space and the parcel shelf is extremely sturdy, with the capability of supporting up to 70kg. The engine line-up has been updated too, with three new options available made up of a 1.4-litre petrol, and 1.6 and 2.0-litre MultiJet diesels. Fiat expects the 1.6 diesel to be its biggest seller and this is the version that we tested. Delivering 105bhp and 290Nm of torque the Doblo feels surprisingly quick despite its passive 0-62mph time, and
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4 thoughts on “2008 Fiat Doblo 1.9 JTD MULTIJET DYNAMIC Review,Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour

  1. I bought Fiata Doblo 1.6 Multijet 16v 90 KM last year. I paid for this car nearly 17 thousand euros. I needed him for long distance at my bussines. I did 40 thousand kilometres for 6 months. I think It was good investition. Even if nowadays We have extremely rise price for diesel fuel. When I go for a long route My car burns 5l/100km, in the city 5,5, l/100km. The car is very comfortable, useful, economical. I recommend Doblo to everyone!

  2. I had one of these and someone sprayed URINE, SEMEN and DIARRHEA all over the interior and pretty much ruined the fucking thing. 😀

  3. Fiat’s multijet engine has the best in class power/weight ratio diesel technology offers today. Secondly, until this machinery was introduced Diesel engines were looked down upon as non-environment friendly and expensive to maintain. The engine makes use of spring loaded valves that open/close at a definite fuel pressure. It makes use of multiple points to inject a pre-determined quantity of fuel, rather than the conventional single-central point of injection.

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