Fiat-Ulysse-2The practical French and Italian second generation Eurovan is next up on our ramp for further investigation.

The Peugeot 807, Citroën C8 and Fiat Ulysse was the replacement for the first generation Ulysse, the 806 and Citroën Synergie.

These vans entered the market in 2003 in an attempt to grab some of the people carrier market from the likes of Ford, Chrysler, Volkswagen and Vauxhall, and even though the Fiat had some small tweaks made compared to their PSA counterparts, the Peugeot and Citroën were fitted with a two petrol engines including a 2.0-, and 2.2-litre, and 2.0- and 2.2-litre diesels, while the Fiat came with a 2.0-litre petrol and the 2.0- and 2.2-litre diesel engines.

The Eurovans came equipped with a host of technology and safety features, and are known to have some electrical gremlins, so this will provide some extra challenges.

Next month we’ll be looking at the fourth gen Ford Transit, so wherever you work in the aftermarket if you have insight to share, we would be delighted to hear from you. To get your advice included contact

Click below to see technical contributions on the Peugeot 807/Citroën C8/Fiat Ulysse from:

Autoelectro – starter motor issues on the trio of Eurovans

Cambiare – various technical faults with the 807/C8/Ulysse

Comma – discusses the importance of servicing the fluids and lubricants on the trio

Dayco – explains about the importance of checking the belt systems on the Eurovans

First Line – a look at the brakes, bearings and turbo hoses on the Citroën, Peugeot and Fiat

Meyle – advises on the trio’s engine mounts and suspension

Motaquip – looks at the 807, C8 and Ulysse’s brakes

Petronas – advises on lubricant formulations for the trio

RMI – looks at a few common faults with the second generation Eurovans

TecRMI – gives technical insight into a suspension faults on the Fiat Ulysse – on a number of issues that plagues the Peugeot 807

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