2015 Fiat Doblo Facelift spied for the first time

The second generation Fiat Doblo has been on the market since 2010 and it is time for a bigger update, before a new third-generation model arrives.

Here we have the first spy shots of the Doblo facelift, caught testing in Northern Sweden.

The changes look quite big as the whole front and a big part of the rear is camouflaged, hiding a new bonnet, new front bumper, grille and also new headlights with daylight LEDs.

At the rear is also a new bumper and new rear light graphic. The lower part of the boot is also new.

According to the photographer, the interior was also disguised, hinting at new materials, trim levels and equipment.

Engine range is also expected to go through some changes with new additions and improvements to fuel economy and emissions.

The updated Doblo is likely to debut at the Paris Motor Show in October.


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