New Fiat Linea has a bot capacity of 500 litres, and fuel tank of 45 litres. Both 1.4l T-Jet petrol and 1.3l advanced multijet diesel new Fiat Line dimensions stand at 4596 mm length, 1730 mm width, and 2603 mm wheelbase. The diesel multijet Linea height stands at 1494 mm while the T-Jet petrol stands at 1487 mm. Both cars use a DOHC camshaft.
FIAT India has set up free check up camps at exclusive FIAT dealership in 94 workshops across India for 2 days from 14th to 15th February 2014.
A drive was also flagged off by Mr. Basavanhalli from Tuli FIAT showroom. The drive goes through 28 states and Union territories touching all 4 corners of the country, a complete Golden Quadrilateral and is an attempt at a Guinness Book of World Record. FIAT India supports the drive by providing service and fuel to the vehicle in question.
FIAT Group Automobiles India Pvt announced its association with Jaipur Foot to support the cause of artificial limbs for differently abled people. FIAT aims to make a noticeable difference in mobilising lives, and this caring gesture is extended to its customers as well.
Fiat India has announced the launch of two new editions of their Punto hatchback and Linea sedan. Called Absolute Edition, these two come with added features, gadgets and styling, making the two Fiat cars even more desirable.
Fiat India is keen to expand its market share and has announced a slew of new products and expansion of sales and service networks across the country. With a current market share of less than 1%, the company is targeting 1% shortly while hope to increase this share two fold in the coming year.
Fiat India, the completely owned subsidiary of Fiat Auto Italy, has announced that their plant in Ranjangaon near Pune has reached a production milestone of 250,000 cars and 500,000 engines. Incorporated in 2007 under the Tata Motors – Fiat Auto JV, Ranjangaon plant is spread over 200 acres and employs 2500 people directly.
Fiat will soon introduce Jeep brand in India. Expected to be launched by last week of October, the first two cars to arrive will be Grand Cherokee and Wrangler. Fiat India is currently busy testing both these cars across different terrains in the country, so as to get it customized for Indian roads.
Fiat India has been working round the clock with the aim of new launches, sales growth, and dealership increase. At the moment, Fiat’s market presence in the Indian auto market stands at 1%, and the company hopes to at least double it next year