Fiat Professional's pricing for this Talento model is, as you might expect, not too different from that of the old Scudo range. Excluding VAT, the figures start at just under £20,000 for the entry-level 1.6-litre MultiJet 95hp SWB standard roof van. There's a premium of around £400 to upgrade to the pokier 125bhp Ecojet engine, while around another £1,000 gets you the faster 145bhp Ecojet unit. If you want the long wheelbase bodystyle, the engine options start with the 120bhp Multijet unit, priced from around £21,500. Crew van and Combi versions based on the LWB chassis are also available, plus a platform cab option if you want it.
Standard equipment across the range includes remote central locking, electric front windows, electrically operated and heated door mirrors, a full bulkhead, a height adjustable driver's seat with lumbar support and an arm rest, a dual passenger seat and a full-size spare wheel. There's also a powerful audio system with Bluetooth and DAB, plus USB and Aux-in ports and steering-wheel remote controls. The SX version adds air conditioning, a 'Mobile Office' package that helps you to work on the move, a 'ViewPlus' rear view camera, rear parking sensors, upgraded "Living Brown" interior trim and enhanced exterior detailing. SX versions of the Talento van and crew van are priced at £1,000 more than the standard model.