The Fiat 500 and Fiat Panda will be the first FCA models to adopt the group’s new hybrid technology. The new 500 Mild Hybrid and Panda Mild Hybrid will be arriving in UK showrooms from February and March 2020 respectively. Fiat says the electrification of the brand will continue with the start of production of the new 500 in its spiritual home of Turin. This model will be 100 per cent electric and will therefore play a key role in the FCA e-Mobility strategy.
This autumn Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is guaranteeing prices of all Fiat, Abarth, Alfa Romeo and Jeep cars, ordered before the Brexit deadline of October 31, 2019, irrespective of when they are delivered.
The Fiat Professional Doblo MY20 has added a new engine to its model line-up with the introduction of the 1.3-litre MultiJet 79 bhp engine. The load area is up to 5.4m3 and the payload is up to 1 ton.
A completely electric version of the Fiat Ducato van, which implements Fiat Professional technologies will be available in 2020. The Ducato Electric is being developed through a pilot project with, according to Fiat, no trade-off in terms of load and performance.
Customers who buy a new Fiat can benefit from a new fixed-price service plan from FCA’s aftersales business, Mopar. For £199, on top of the purchase price, Fiat customers can take advantage of the Easy Care service plan, which covers all planned maintenance for their vehicle over a three-year period or up to a mileage limitation.
Fiat is expanding its Fullback range of lifestyle pickup trucks with a new 4×4 ‘Cross’ version
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) UK has launched a scrappage scheme to encourage the trade-in of the oldest and most polluting cars, by offering up to £5,300 off a new, lower emission car from across their range
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The roomiest Fiat 500, the 500L, is being updated. There are three distinct versions of the car: Urban, Cross and Wagon, offered with a choice of petrol and diesel engines. Fiat says 40 per cent of all components are new