Fiat Professional reveals Fiorino facelift

Date: Friday, April 01, 2016   |   Author: James Dallas

Fiat Professional’s facelifted Fiorino small van will be available with three Euro6 engines: a 1.4-litre 77hp petrol unit and a pair of 1.3 turbo diesels with outputs of 80hp and 95hp.

The EcoJet versions of the diesel engines, which employ fuel-saving technologies such as start/stop, a smart alternator and a variable displacement oil pump, are appearing for the first time on the New Fiorino.

Paired with a Comfort-Matic robotised transmission, the Ecojet achieves a claimed 74.3mpg  on the combined cycle with emissions of 100 grams of CO2, a fuel saving of up to 14% compared to the manual transmission without EcoJet.

The refreshed Fiorino features a new front bumper that fits in with the latest Fiat Professional design language.

New 15-inch wheel covers and 15-inch alloy wheels complete the external revisions.

Inside a redesigned steering wheel is available with remote stereo controls and leather trim. The instruments cluster gets new graphics with permanent backlighting for better visibility and a new storage compartment has been added to the dashboard. A new, five-inch, colour touchscreen infotainment system is also offered for the first time, with Bluetooth, USB/AUX port and satellite navigation and DAB radio available.

The facelifted van will be in showrooms in June.

 

 

 



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