Fiat adds Fullback Cross to the range | New Release - Car News Mar 2017


13:10 Thursday 16 Mar 2017

Fiat has added a new model the Fullback pick-up range, the Fullback Cross.

Unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, the Fiat Fullback Cross brings with it a host of styling upgrades both inside and out, including a new grille with matt black ingots, satin silver skid plate, enlarged side steps, and multiple black details including textured black sports bar and all-black cargo space.

The double cab Fullback Cross has a 180bhp 2.4-litre turbodiesel engine under the bonnet with a choice of six-speed manual or five-speed automatic gearboxes. An electronic selector allows the driver to engage the four-mode all-wheel drive system, while three electronically-controlled clutch modes enable the centre differential to manage torque distribution to the wheels based on speed and road conditions.

Standard safety equipment includes ABS with EBD, Trailer Stability Assist, Lane Departure Warning, seven airbags and cruise control. Bi-Xenon headlights, front fog lights and LED daytime running lights are also included as standard. Inside are leather seats, steering wheel and gear knob, automatic dual zone climate control and heated front seats, with six-way electric adjustment on the driver's side. A 7-inch touchscreen with DAB CD/MP3 Radio, Bluetooth, USB port. rear parking camera and satellite navigation is also included.

The Fiat Fullback Cross will go on sale in the summer and prices will be announced closer to the launch.


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