The new Fiat Panda City Cross comes to cover the single free slot which leaves current range, composed by three versions with engines and body design differentiated. And is that while in the Panda normal you have access to the five engines range —1.2 gasoline and 0.9 Twin Air versions gasoline and Bifuel, in addition to the 1.3 Diesel—, in the case of the most notorious versions 4×4 and Cross, the offer mechanics is only limited to the two engines of higher power. As things are, and seen the effect that has the “look” of the version 4×4 in the Panda, Fiat has decided to define a Panda with the image of the version of four-wheel motorices, the motorization simplest of the range, 1.2 i gasoline 69 HP and all the practicality that by itself provides you with the Fiat Panda but with a much more reduced price that the current versions crossover of the range. It is a version especially focused on the city, where the versatility of the Panda is worth its weight in gold: small on the outside but giant on the inside, with a perimeter well protected and a team of wheels and suspension that provide a height of the body with respect to the ground greater than that of the Panda normal, something that is particularly useful to move around with total freedom carefree curbs, potholes or gutters.
As you can see in the photos, the most characteristic are the protections of black plastic, in contrast with the body, in the front area and side mirrors color black or bars luggage rack on the roof. Fiat is also premiering two new colors, a new shade of Gray as well as a electric Blue —the photo—, the latter exclusive only to the City Cross. Inside, Fiat returns to play with the combination of shades of gray and black both on the dashboard and in the seats, the sides of the faux fur. As soon as Fiat to communicate the prices and their relationship to equipment for the Spanish market I will let you know.
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