The new Fiat Tipo has arrived with a facelift, new and updated engines, new safety systems and for the first time ever as a crossover. The new Tipo comes as a 5-door and Station Wagon in three different variants (Tipo, City Life and Life) and as a crossover in two variants (City Cross and Cross).
The exterior shapes of Fiat's family car have been given a modern, elegant and dynamic exterior - the front has a new radiator grille, and the new Tipo is the only Fiat with the new Fiat logo, which also sits on the new, electric Fiat 500. The headlights are new, and both headlights and taillights are available with LED lights.
Inside you can get the digital 7-inch digital display that can provide a complete overview of the car's status, infotainment system and smartphone while driving. The steering wheel is smaller and more sporty, which gives both better ergonomics and better visibility. Optionally you can choose a 10.25-inch HD touch screen with wireless charging.
The new Fiat Tipo comes with a new 1.0 GSE T3 three-cylinder petrol engine, which is the latest addition to the family of Fiat's FireFly Turbo engines, and which delivers 100 hp. The engine is combined with a 5-speed manual gearbox, which ensures a graceful car in the city and comfort on the highway.
It is also possible to choose the Multijet 1.6-liter diesel engine (130 hp) with a 6-speed manual gearbox.
The basic variant of the new Tipo is simply called Tipo. It comes as a 5-door or Station Wagon. Although the price is low (22,800 euros), Tipo offers advanced safety systems as standard, such as sign recognition, fatigue monitoring and lane departure warning.
The mid-range Fiat Tipo City Life offers the same practical qualities, but also contains equipment that gives a sharper expression and more comfort. In addition to the equipment in the basic variant, it comes with 16 '' wheels, LED daytime running lights, special upholstery, adaptive cruise control, heated front seats and blind-spot assistant. The new Fiat Tipo City Life has a price of 26,800 euros.
The top-of-the-line, Fiat Tipo Life is for those who prioritize high comfort and safety for the whole family. The new Fiat Tipo Life comes with 16 '' alloy wheels, tinted side mirrors with heating, air conditioning, fog lights, rear parking sensors, lumbar support in the driver's seat, light and rain sensors. The price for Fiat Tipo Life starts at 28,200 euros for the 5-door version with a petrol engine and from 31,000 euros for the Tipo Life variant with a diesel engine.
The big news in the form of the Fiat Tipo as a crossover comes in two variants. The first is called City Cross and it is equipped as a City Life. The price starts at 28,200 euros for the version with a petrol engine and at 30,900 euros for the version with a diesel engine.
The second is the new Fiat Tipo Cross crossover has it all and can do it all. The Tipo Cross comes with 17 '' alloy wheels, LED lights with Automatic High Beam, heated mirrors, tinted windows, parking sensors and much more. For Fiat Tipo Cross with a petrol engine, the price starts at 29,500 euros, and with a diesel engine, the price starts at 32,287 euros.
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