Making its way into the hottest segment in the market at present, Fiat is all set to shake things up. It goes up against cars like the Terrano, EcoSport and S-Cross wherein this is priced relatively well and does a decent job.
Sporting the look of an outdoorsy car and the front façade of the vehicle sports a grille with chrome surrounding it and a headlight cluster which houses high intensity amps and indicators. The bumper has fog lamps and an air dam fitted into it. The cladding on the side body has the ‘Avventura’ tag imprinted on it. The door handles and rear view mirrors are body coloured. The rear-end tail lamps are neatly designed and the windshield has a defogger and wipers attached to it. The bumper houses fog lamps and the spare tyre is fitted onto the tailgate. To complete the look, the roof has functional roof racks.
The interiors are spacious and designed with plastic which is of high quality. It sports a dual colour theme on the inside accompanied with ambient lighting. The door trims, seats and armrests get premium fabric. The dashboard is loaded with a vast range of equipment like 3 spoke steering wheel, glove box, instrument cluster and AC. Apart from this, there are many more fixtures like the gear knob and steering wheel is wrapped with leather, the seat is adjustable, it has electrically adjustable mirrors, automatic climate control among others.
A 1.4L Petrol with 1368cc & 1.3L Diesel with 1248cc 4 cylinder engine powers this crossover which produces a power of 138BHP with 210Nm of torque and 138BHP with 209Nm of torque respectively. This is linked to a 5-speed manual transmission gearbox. The MPFI fuel supply system enables it to have a mileage of 17.1kmpl.
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