Fiat Punto Evo is slated for launch in August. To compete with Volkswagen Polo facelift, which was launched earlier today at a starting price of Rs 4.99 lakhs, new Punto has arrived at dealerships and bookings too have begun. The Punto facelift is expected to come in at an expected price of INR 5-7.5 lakhs.
Fiat Punto is launched in Indonesia at starting price of IDR 249 million (Rs. 12.80 lakhs approx.).Comes in two variants, Easy and Lounge, price of latter is IDR 279 million (Rs. 14.35 lakhs approx.). Punto being imported in Indonesia as CBU from Italy, looks older compared to highly anticipated Punto facelift set to launch anytime soon in India.
2014 Fiat Punto Evo, also known as the Punto facelift, has been spotted on test at numerous locations. Fiat India dealers have already started accepting bookings for the new car on a refundable, down payment of INR 25,000 and if recent reports are to be believed, launch could occur at the end of this month or by early August.
With the new Fiat Punto Evo expected to be launched later this month, the company has started preparing for promotional activities. Recently spotted in Mumbai, the car was now spotted inside their Fiat Caffe outlet in Koregaon Park, Pune. Apart from this, the Punto Evo has also been spotted at a company authorized dealership.
Fiat Punto is spied yet again, by ardent RushLane reader Ganesh Bhat. Looks like this mule is intended to make most miles, as similarly camouflaged test vehicles have been spotted earlier; could be same. But fortunate for us, completely revealed photos of new Punto have surfaced online already.
Fiat Punto facelift was spotted again near Ranjangaon plant outside Pune. Looks like Fiat is betting high on Punto launch, followed by Avventura crossover, to make an appreciable stand in Indian car market.
The new Fiat Punto Evo facelift is slated for official launch next month. Set to compete with the likes of Maruti Swift, Hyundai i20, VW Polo, Honda Jazz, and Tata Bolt, the car was seen at the Fiat Caffe outlet in Pune earlier today.
Fiat Avventura is spied again by fervid RushLane reader Aakarsh Deep, who managed to click hi-res photos around the car and partial interiors as well. Punto based express crossover manages to look bigger on road, says Aakarsh, so do the pictures.