Fiat Punto Evo launches in Pune, Rs 4.55 lakh onward
Fiat Punto Evo unveiled by Fiat Group Automobiles India Pvt. Ltd in Jaipur draws attention to the car’s first in segment features, excellent ground clearance and design and engineering which fits the cars for use on Indian roads. The Punto Evo marks its entry into the premium hatchback segment is available at a price of INR 4.55 lakhs (ex sh Pune), INR 40,000 less than its predecessor.
Punto Evo Dynamic is a mid level trim and has all the features seen on board the Active trim with additions such as body colored ORVMs, electrical controls for mirrors and integrated music system with AUX and USB inputs. The Dynamic trim also include ABS and EBD among its safety features.
Punto Evo Emotion sits on 15” diamond cut alloy wheels with 195/60 R15 tyres. Chrome plated door handles, front fog lamps, leather encased steering wheel and Blue&Me multimedia are offered on this trim while interiors are flooded with ambient lighting adding to its premium appeal. Top of the line Punto Evo Sport is only available with a 93 PS diesel engine while it gets 16” alloys and 195/55 R16 tyres. Here the interior theme is all black as against dual tones seen in the other three variants, while price stands at INR 7.20 lakhs.
Fiat India offers 3 years warranty on the Punto Evo with extended warranty of 2 years. Service is at 15,000 km intervals while the company also offers 3 year and 45,000 km total repair and maintenance program for new customers. Fiat Punto Evo launch price of variants as of 11/08/2014:
Price (INR) Ex-Showroom Pune
|Petrol||Active 1.2L Petrol||
|Dynamic 1.2L Petrol||
|Emotion 1.4L Petrol||
|Diesel||Active 1.3L Diesel||
|Dynamic 1.3L Diesel||
|Emotion 1.3L Diesel||
|Sport 1.3L 93 PS Diesel||
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