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2008 Fiat Palio

Fiat Palio 2008
Fiat Palio 2008
Fiat Palio 2008 Pictures
Fiat Palio 2008 Pictures
New Fiat Palio 2008 Photos
New Fiat Palio 2008 Photos

Fiat plans Smart, Toyota iQ competitor

Fiat is rumored to be working on an all-new brand to launch small, inexpensive cars into the Western Europe, with two of the three proposed models being based on vehicles from emerging markets. The third is much more interesting. The new supermini, which could revive the Topolino moniker, is expected to get a new twin cylinder engine that could offer as much as 65 mpg when mated to a dual-clutch gearbox.

Naturally, Fiat is targeting the smart fortwo, Toyota iQ and the upcoming up! minicar from Volkswagen, but the automaker is said to be working on a pricing model that more closely matches Renault’s low-cost Logan subsidiary. In other words, Europeans may get an efficient, stylish Italian city car that’s priced to compete with upper-end motorcycles as basic transportation. Electric versions are also a distinct possibility.

2010 Fiat Punto Evo

2010 Fiat Punto Evo

2010 Fiat Punto Evo

This is the Fiat Punto Evo, the revised version of the Grande Punto that will be displayed at next month’s Frankfurt motor show and go on sale in the UK next spring.
As well as a mild restyling, the Fiat Punto Evo gets an updated engine range that includes the innovative 1.4-litre petrol Multiair unit and so on.

Chrysler and Fiat giant World Cars


Minister of Industry Canada, Wednesday, welcomed the merger between Chrysler and Fiat to create a new global car giant after the Supreme Court of the United States to explain how they are merging.

Ottawa, 11 / 6 (AutomotiveRoll) – Minister of Industry Canada Wednesday welcomed the merger between Chrysler and Fiat to create a new global car giant after the Supreme Court of the United States to explain how they are merging.

“The Government of Canada is confident that we will see the competitiveness of Chrysler Canada Inc. That will produce and sell cars made in Canada and will continue to play an important role in Central America operating company,” said Industry Minister Tony Clement in a statement, as quoted from AFP.