Engines first series
New Sevel produced version. Peugeot changed it's name to Boxer and Citroën is named as Jumper (Relay in the UK). One of engine options was Fiat 2.5 L diesel, which was replaced with 2.8 L Iveco/Sofim engine in 1998 .
The Ducato Goods Transport has a payload of 12 m cubed and comes with a choice of four engines. The 2.0 petrol, 2.0 JTD, 2.3 JTD 16v or the 2.8 JTD. They all conform to the Euro 3 standards and offer programmed maintenance management. The range includes two types of gearbox: a mechanical box with five speeds plus reverse and an automatic transmission with four speeds plus reverse.
The Ducato Passenger Transport has a carrying capacity of 6 to 9 people and comes with the 2.3 litre JTD 16v engine, which again is Euro 3 compliant and delivers 110 bhp.
The Ducato Combi is a mixture of the Goods Transport and the Passenger Transport. It is ideal for the transport of people and goods alike, and it can accommodate up to 9 occupants. Model designations were Ducato 10 (1 ton), Ducato 14 (1.4 tons and Ducato Maxi 18 (1.8 tons).
Second series was restyled in 2003 with the addition of rear and side bump mouldings and revised front grille. The engine range was: 2.0 JTD, 2.3 JTD 16v and 2.8 JTD, 2.5 diesel was dropped way. Model designations were this time: Ducato 29 (2.9 tons), Ducato 30 (3.0 tons), Ducato 33 (3.3 tons) and Ducato Maxi 35 (3.5 tons).
Engines second generation 1994-1999
Engines second generation 1999-2003
Engines second generation (facelift)
The third generation Ducato was launched in 2006. The vehicle was available in many variants both for people and goods transport. Carrying capacity was again increased, with the following designations: Ducato 30 (3 tons), Ducato 33 (3.3 tons), Ducato Maxi 35 (3.5 tons) and Ducato Maxi 40 (4 tons).
Engines third generation