2016 Fiat Punto News And Info
2016 Fiat Punto. Since Fiat Punto will actually be old rebadged models it is certainly cheaper to sell thus Punto Fiat and will be priced aggressively. As well as to attract customers will be loaded with the features of the car to the brim, similar to the deal offered by Fiat Linea company Classic.
2016 Fiat Punto and put in three variants, trim the base – active, vital middle and top end it trim also called passion. These variables will be presented with a similar composition engine for the Fiat Punto Evo. It will Multijet 1. 3-liter diesel engine generates 75 bhp power and 197 Nm of torque. On the other hand, gasoline versions will come with the support of Fiat’s 1. 2-liter and 1. 4 liters power mills fire producing 68 bhp of power and 96 Nm of torque and 90 bhp and 115 Nm of torque, respectively. It will send power to the wheels of 5-speed manual gearbox on all the variables.
Fiat plans to launch a next-generation 2016 Fiat Punto in Latin America (in 2016), Asia-Pacific (in 2017). And it can be expected to design, the Aegea concept and design inspired by the all-new Punto, as we have seen in the introduction. And provide previews on the front end of the car is very aggressive, just opposite the front end of the boring of the current generation, which is one of the more things do not appeal to you on this subject. Headlights differ from the concept of Aegea, and includes more than softness, sharpness and aggression.
According to earlier reports that the 2016 Fiat Punto will be replaced by version 5-door Fiat 500 is not to question the credibility of these reports, but thinking logically, a version 5-door hatchback 500 can not be justified in terms of affordability for developing markets in Latin America and Asia-Pacific Pacific where as the Punto hatchback sold at reasonable prices. Even if Fiat did not succeed in making it cheap and affordable prices with low quality materials, it will face another major problem: tarnish the image of the iconic 500 hatchback.
Instead, Fiat has launched a low-cost next generation 2016 Fiat Punto with cues borrowed from the concept of Aegea in Latin America, Asia and the Pacific, and the replacement of the current status Punto version 5-door Fiat 500 in Europe. Of course, the company will need volumes to justify the cost of developing and manufacturing different, and more premium replace Europe alone. However, if a company makes a version 5-door hatchback Punto 500 as an alternative for Europe, it can sell itself also in North America, to reduce production costs and strengthen its presence in the latter market. This can be a winning strategy for the Italian auto industry is to succeed with the new B hatchback segment in both developed and developing markets.