Fiat is one of the few firms of cars throughout the automotive landscape which is specialized in content sized cars. Any brand (except for Suzuki and them brands specialists in Kei Cars in Japan) is capable of match the range that has the manufacturer Italian if together all them variants that sells to it long and width of the world. The Fiat Mobi is one of these examples and now it signs it launches to the sale in the market Mexican.
The Fiat Mobi was intended initially to the market Brazilian, and in the will is selling from makes some months. However the brand has decided to release it now in Mexico positioning it below the one for guests looking for a vehicle with a contained exterior size and a large interior cabin. This model is especially indicated to make more bearable the tortuous traffic that many times is can find in the great avenues of the country.
The mechanics of the Fiat Mobi range consists of a single engine gasoline. This mission has been entrusted to a new engine of 1 liter of displacement with 8 valves and 69 cv which will be attached at first to a manual gearbox of five relationships. On it will be structured a range of finishes with three steps called Easy, Like and Way (with appearance outside off road).
This small urban will equip of series from the step more low of the range the ABS, double airbag front, distribution electronic of the braking, seat rear hinged, bumper in color body, steering wheel adjustable in height, pre-installation of radio, anchors ISOFIX and several hollow slides.
Mexico not is a country in which those vehicles small have a great weight, but each day the gasoline is increasing its prices and this type of vehicles is are returning very necessary beyond. By this Fiat wants to be present with this model and cover of the best form possible the needs of its customers Mexican.
Finally, the prices recommended by Fiat are the following:
- Mobi 1.0i 69 CV Easy 144.900 7.086 us $
- Mobi 1.0i 69 CV Like 161.900 pesos (7.917 dollars), and
- Mobi 1.0i 69 HP Way 176.900 pesos (8.651 dollars)
Source – Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Mexico