20 Jan 2022

DUCATO MY 2021 NAMED "BEST MOTORHOME BASE OF THE YEAR 2022"

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DUCATO MY 2021 NAMED
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Ducato adds another success to the many international accolades it has gathered so far: this year too it has been awarded the “Best motorhome base of the year 2022” title by “Promobil” magazine.

This is the fourteenth year running that Ducato has taken home this prestigious title, beating the competition, and it was chosen as winner by the readers of the leading German magazine, which has been an important point of reference in the recreational vehicle market for over 25 years.
This year too, the title awarded confirms the trust placed by customers in the Ducato motorhome as the ideal base for their leisure time. In fact, Fiat Professional has built up its in-depth knowledge of the world of Recreational Vehicles, specialising in products and services for motorhome owners and always guaranteeing its customers maximum flexibility and freedom.
Ducato which celebrated its fortieth birthday in 2021, continues to confirm its leadership in the sector, as demonstrated by the 700,000 European families who have chosen it as the base for their motorhomes.

The new features sported by the latest Ducato MY 2021 model notably include new Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS), new engines and new interiors. In particular, the customers of the sector adore the 9-speed automatic transmission, which ensures a relaxed, enjoyable driving experience, a full range based on the new 2.2-litre Euro 6d-Final diesel engine, with its four power levels: 120, 140, 160 and 180 hp.
All the features are now also visible in the 3D virtual showroom, on the dedicated page of the website virtual show room: a unique interactive innovation that “shortens distances” and makes travellers all around the world the protagonists of an immersive experience in which they discover Ducato.

The road trip also continues on our social networks (Facebook, Instagram): keep following us online to stay up to date on all the Fiat Professional for RV news!​​​​​

 
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