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What's going to replace the Fiorino?

So the Qubo has now stopped being made since 2020, and the Fiorino got a face lift how long before production ends for the MK3?
The Bipper and Nemo variants stopped being produced since 2017 and did not get the facelift.
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Re: What's going to replace the Fiorino?

I see Peugeot's smallest van is the Partner. With Fiat's now tied to PSA Group, it is likely that all new Fiat vans will be clones of Peugeots, so the next Doblo will be a Partner clone, along with the already available Vauxhall Combo.

With tiny vans being low volume sellers, and diesels with particualte filters being a pain for local delivery work, I think we may see options reduced to van versions of small hatchbacks, like the Fiesta van. How about the horrid thought of a Fiat badged version of a Peugeot 208 3dr, with no rear windows or seats.
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Re: What's going to replace the Fiorino?

Fiorino's though history have basically had a box for the load area, unless they do a 127 on the Peugeot and graft a box on the back!
I do hope the fiorino will survive as they are a very useful ''nip around'' van
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Re: What's going to replace the Fiorino?

it will look like panda for 2022 model year, check this motor1.com/news/486949/fiat-fiorino-van-spy-photos/
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Re: What's going to replace the Fiorino?

I hope that's not going to be it
There were some others ide seen that were similar to the current mk3
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Re: What's going to replace the Fiorino?

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it will look like panda for 2022 model year, check this motor1.com/news/486949/fiat-fiorino-van-spy-photos/
Anyone remember the original Vauxhall/Opel Corsa Combo? Did they have a stock of rear boxes left over and are proposing to use them up?
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Re: What's going to replace the Fiorino?

Guess this is an appropriate thread to say goodbye. Nearly ordered a brand new Fiorino Adventure, which is basically a Qubo with rear van doors, but a delay because the factory in Turkey is in shut down and more time to consider means our time with this great platform is at an end. Have found a Suzuki Vitara at good price, spec and its local, so trading the Qubo in.
104000 miles... 2012 year...
Incidentally the dealer is Desira Fiat in Diss, the same place we bought the Qubo, and why is because they have a 500x for sale with the 2l multijet 140...very quick, assured drive, seat was really really uncomfortable after the Qubo, put me right off. Always fancied the no nonsense Vitara look, drove that one instead, yep I'll have it, much better than the somewhat bloated feeling of the 500x.

Still will. Haunt the forum as have an old ducato... Cheers
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Quote Originally Posted by portland_bill View Post
Anyone remember the original Vauxhall/Opel Corsa Combo? Did they have a stock of rear boxes left over and are proposing to use them up?

Rust coloured bulge above the drivers head ?

Rusty Spanish metal.. wasnt the Tigra and Ka similarly afflicted
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Re: What's going to replace the Fiorino?

The front of the box used to get a hammering
I think the later 127 fiorino's had a plastic cover on the cabin roof that extended uo the front of the load area
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Re: What's going to replace the Fiorino?

This Fiat Cento Venti concept is supposed to be the new Panda, but What If it could be the New Fiat Fiorino Mk4
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Re: What's going to replace the Fiorino?

That 2022 model looks awful imo. like an old van. I would Like to see something physically similar to the qubo but with an EV drive train and a nice visual refresh.
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Re: What's going to replace the Fiorino?

Unfortunately the qubo unlike the fiorino did not get the face lift but obviously a face lift bumper will fit the qubo which would bring any qubo right up to date
They have also made a cover for the side loading door rails which is a great improvement
Steering wheel is the same as the new panda and the inrerior has had a refresh with a large touch screen for media and sstnav
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