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Fiat Linea 125 S TVC released – Video

Fiat Linea 125S 2016 Auto Expo

The new range-topping Linea is priced at around INR 11.5 lakhs, on-road, Delhi.

A TVC promoting the newly launched Fiat Linea 125 S has been released. The video focuses on the car’s ability to outperform contenders from a segment above.

Interestingly, Fiat has chosen the discontinued Honda Civic as one of the perceived rivals. The ad shows the new variant powering its way from a traffic light. The touchscreen infotainment system also finds a mention in the short video.

Showcased at the Auto Expo 2016, the Linea 125 S is powered by a pumped up version of the 1.4-litre T-Jet turbocharged engine. It is tuned to generate 125 PS and 210 Nm of torque. The drive is sent to the front wheels via a 5-speed manual transmission.

Visual enhancements include an exclusive blue exterior color option, 16-inch blacked out alloy wheels, wing mirrors with integrated ORVMs and glossy black front grille. The enhancements on the inside include a revised centre console that incorporates a touchscreen infotainment system which offers navigation, reverse parking assist and several other functions.

Fiat Linea 125S 2016 Auto Expo

The Linea 125 S gets touchscreen infotainment system.

Other noteworthy features of the Fiat Linea 125 S include rain sensing wipers, automatic headlamps, single touch power windows, cruise control, dual airbags, ABS with EBD, ambient lighting, rear sun visors and disc brakes on all the four wheels.

Also read – Fiat Linea discontinued in Brazil

The Fiat Linea 125 S is priced at around INR 11.50 lakhs, on-road, New Delhi. The sedan locks horns with the likes of VW Vento TSI, Honda City, Skoda Rapid and Maruti Ciaz.


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