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Fiat Mobi Mopar accessories revealed in Brazil

Fiat Mobi Mopar accessories

The hatchback is powered by a 1.0-litre flex-fuel engine.

The Fiat Mobi small car which was launched in Brazil recently has received its own range of Mopar accessories. The FCA’s accessory division is in operation in Brazil since 2013 and offers several accessories ranging from cosmetic upgrades to transportation solution for pets.

The Mobi gets items like 14-inch light alloy wheels, Chrome or colored (red, blue and yellow) pedal covers, rub strips for the doors, sump guard, internal rearview mirror with integrated reverse parking camera, security alarm, anti-theft wheel screw, transparent bumper protector stickers, door protectors (to prevent the door from hitting an object in a tight space), suitcases, google holders, audio systems, and many more.

Fiat Mobi Mopar accessories

The Fiat Mobi branded luggage cases are also on offer.

The Fiat Mobi which is available in six variants replaces Uno Vivace in the Brazilian market. The budget hatchback will rival the Renault Kwid which is expected to land in Brazil towards the end of 2016 or early 2017.

The compact car is powered by a 1.0-litre three-cylinder flex-fuel engine that produces 77 PS while running on ethanol. A 5-speed manual transmission propels the front wheel.

Fiat Mobi Mopar accessories

Two different alloy wheel designs are on offer.

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The Fiat Mobi is priced between 31,900 reals (around INR 6.08 lakhs) and 43,800 reals (INR 8.35 lakhs). The base version makes do without power steering and AC to keep the entry level price point as close as possible to 30,000 reals.

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