Fiat New Cars in India
Fiat as a brand needs no introduction in India. The Premier Padmini, for long a favourite in the country pre-liberalisation, was always referred to as a Fiat. In India, the company's performance has not met with expectations, and even the joint sales and marketing effort with Tata Motors has not paid off. A two-car range comprising just the Grande Punto hatchback and the Linea sedan is not helping matters either. Fiat needs to seriously bolster its range in India, and also expand its dealer footprint if it is to survive in such a competitive market place. That said, its products enjoy a strong following, and Fiats have a reputation for style and fun-to-drive character, true to the brand's Italian heritage.
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Fiat New Cars - User Reviews
my palio 1.6 gtx sport is wonderful to drive. great power and aamazing handling. but fuel efficiency is not very nice
A brilliant vehicle! The only disappointment in this car is the first gear, rest all is pretty good. I guess, for 47000 Kms driving I had no trouble whatsoever with only servicing expenses. The plastic knobs for the boot and fuel could have been better in quality. Fuel efficiency wise there is no match to this car. In city is delivers 16-17 KMPL and on highways about 22 KMPL, with a very conservative driving style it delivers even more than 25 KMPL. A true value for money! 8.5/ 10
It is extremely good. Fuel economy car with affordable price.Style fit & finish wise it is the best car. A good,comfort and economical car.My palio Stile sdx is wonderful to drive. great power and amazing handling. Fuel efficiency wise there is no match to this car. In city is delivers 16-17 KMPL and on highways about 22 KMPL
Hi All, I purchased Tuscan white Punto 2012 1.3L Multi-jet Emotion in the end of January 2012. I do have many choices though, such as Ford Figo, Maruti Suzuki Swift, Volkswagens Polo and Skoda Fabia all diesel varient. But the one in the competition with Punto was the Polo only. SO what make me to buy Punto? Answer is a complete package with affordable price. It provides me everything like climate control AC, Blue&Me connectivity, Air bags, beautiful best in class alloy wheels and at last but not the least ABS with EBD. What else you need from a car? Seating position is best in class boot space is best again and you don’t have any problem with the back seat leg and head space, which is a big drawback in polo. Although interiors are not so attractive as we can see in polo but the build quality is great doors and body feels solid, not like other cars whose body is made of thin sheets which can be bend even by a small push, Even the steering mounted controls feels you comfortable. Going on to controls, best is the answer. Once you drive this car you will forget others in this segment. Even at higher speeds likewise 150+ the car is in your control. The problem in old model like ground clearance is also rectified in the new model I didn’t find any bump touching the body till now. Now on the fuel economy front with full AC on, the streets are rocked with 15-17 kmpl and on highway I have extracted around 23 kmpl. On cons side, I would say that music system doesn’t have AUX input, and the speakers are of low quality, I have to change them and FIAT can work on improving the interiors. That’s all from my side, Please share your comments :).
I had Fiat in my house and it was a pretty nice car in terms of fuel consumption, comfort and road balance at the speed of 90-100 km/hr. I would definately suggest every one to buy this car.
Fiat Car in News
It hasn't been the best of years for the Indian auto industry. Data compiled by the Society of Indian Autmobile Manufacturers (SIAM) shows that over the past 12 months, production has grown by just 1.2 %, from April 2012 till March 2013. The industry produced 1,685,355 vehicles in March 2013 as against 1,845,868 in March 2012, which declined by (-) 8.70 percent.
The Society of Indian Automotive Manufacturers (SIAM) has released a White Paper today, strongly opposing the proposed Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the European Union. The proposed India-EU FTA seeks to curb and eventually cease import duties on completely built-up (CBU) vehicles imported into India from the European Region. SIAM’s contention is that such a move will adversely impact domestic car manufacturers.
Equating the performance of Audi in record volume of engine production, Fiat too has created a new record. Its Powertrain Technologies Poland plant in Bielsko-Biała has touched a historic landmark. The record-making 5,000,000th 1.3 MultiJet engine has come out from the Polish plant.
If Motherhood is celebrated with flying colours, can fatherhood wait and watch? The answer is simply ‘no’. Close the heels of the fabulous ‘The Motherhood’, Fiat has uploaded a new YouTube film that underlines truths about life as a new Dad.
Stage is all set to carry ahead the phenomenal success of Fiat’s attractive new viral film ‘The Motherhood’. To satisfy the growing demand for the rap tune (online request of course) it will be available as a mobile phone ringtone too.