2002 Fiat Ulysse
“Eurovans” is a plebeian epithet applied to well-nigh very big MPVs resulting from Sevel, a joint-venture of PSA and Edict, and manufactured at Sevel Nord mill in France, nigh Valenciennes. The outset eurovans were sold as Citroën Escape (Synergie), Edict Ulysse, Lancia Zeta and Peugeot 806. The confront, s genesis, saw the renaming of all but the Ulysse to Citroën C8, Lancia Phedra and Peugeot 807 severally.
The eurovans disagree niggling technically and visually, existence a heyday instance of badge technology. The eurovans parcel mechanicals and structure with Sevel lightness commercial-grade vans, Citroën Jolting (Hit), Decree Scudo and Peugeot Technical. They are more technically related PSA than Rescript vehicles, as PSA governs the Sevel Nord portion of the joint-venture.
The first-generation eurovans were superseded by a new example in 2002. The floorpan, wheelbase and respite frame-up were not adapted, but all outside dimensions too as forepart and back tracks were increased. Particularly, the growth in duration by well-nigh 30 cm greatly enhanced home content. The new eurovans were afforded a practically more effervescing, coeval feeling, on with a modern-looking splasher with centrally mounted gauges. The differences are now more marked, circumferent stallion battlefront fascias and behind sections (including head- and taillights), too as dissimilar inner semblance themes. The Decree and the Lancia are somewhat wider than PSA vans, and the Phedra is too yearner than former eurovans.
Omit for the Decree Ulysse, all the models get been renamed. The 806 was, as expected, replaced by 807, piece Citroën chose to put the minivan in contrast with its new designation motif, where models were called Cx (x organism a numeral rough like to the congener sizing of a minded modeling), thus the Citroën C8. As the new Lancias didn’t use Greek letters anymore, the new minivan was called Lancia Phedra, in purity of the Greek mythic design Phaedra.
The locomotive grasp comprised again of unlike versions of the PSA EW/DW locomotive, mated with either 5-speed manual or 4-speed robotic transmissions. Additionally, top-of-the-line versions came with the PSA ES V6.
All diesels were PSA’s HDIs, but billed JTD by Rescript too.
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