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New car diary for Fiat

Make: Fiat

Model: 500X

Released: Feb 2018

Fiat has shaken up its 500X range, dropping the price, adding new safety and technology features, and deleting the two range-topping variants.

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Make: Fiat

Model: 124 - Spider

Released: Feb 2016

Fiat will team up with Japanese car-maker Mazda to produce the next-generation 124 Spider, based on the MX-5 roadster. The twins under the skin will be built using Mazda’s SkyActiv architecture, although each car will feature unique styling and be powered by different engines. The resurrected Spider will be built in Japan but Fiat will tune it in Italy.
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Make: Fiat

Model: 500

Released: Dec 2015

Fiat's micro-sized wonder car is set to receive a minor makeover in the form of a mid-life facelift, sure to bring more refinements and a slight cosmetic tweak.
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Make: Fiat

Model: 500X

Released: Dec 2015

After stripping its line-up of the slow-selling Puntoand Panda, Fiat’s Australian arm is hoping for a bettersales performance with the jacked-up 500X crossoverthat arrives this month.
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Make: Fiat

Model: Ducato

Released: Dec 2014

Fiat’s new Ducato van range will arrive with better fuel economy for the Italian brand’s largest light-commercial vehicle. A new shorter wheelbase variant will also be added.
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Make: Fiat

Model: Doblo

Released: Dec 2014

Fiat’s upcoming updated Doblo Van will arrive to refresh its light-commercial line-up. Competing against rivals such as the Volkswagen Caddy and Renault Kangoo, the third-generation Doblo should come in a variety of different variants including long and short wheelbase models.
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Make: Fiat

Model: 500X

Released: Nov 2014

The Fiat Chrysler Group will ramp up its platform sharing this year, with the much talked about baby Jeep spawning a soft-roader from Fiat. Likely to receive the 500X moniker, it will be a more city-friendly crossover and will be available in front-wheel drive, leaving the all-wheel drive version to Jeep.
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Make: Fiat

Model: 500

Released: Aug 2014

Fiat’s micro-sized 500 will receive an update bringing more value to the range. Rumoured to receive a bump in standard equipment while retaining the same price, Fiat's funky 500 should become even more popular.
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Make: Fiat

Model: Panda

Released: Oct 2013

Fiat's quirky Panda light hatch goes on sale in Australia this year, adding to the Italian car-maker's expanding local line-up. A 1.2-litre four cylinder engine has been confirmed but there is a chance the Panda will get the option of Fiat's two-cylinder TwinAir turbo unit. The tiny Panda's interior is dominated by Fiat's 'squircle' shapes, making for a unique cabin experience.
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Make: Fiat

Model: Punto

Released: Aug 2013

After taking back distribution of Fiat in 2012, the Fiat Chrysler Group will expand the Italian brand’s line-up with the re-introduction of the Punto small car in late 2013. There is a chance that Fiat’s Twin-Air two-cylinder engine will be available as an option, with pricing for the aging hatch to start around $18,000.
read more about the Fiat Punto

Make: Fiat

Model: 500

Released: May 2013

A new sub-$20,000 variant of the baby Fiat 500 will be the focus of a refreshed 500 lineup in the second quarter of 2013 to try and build the brand in Australia and grow sales to a more budget-conscious buyer.
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Make: Fiat

Model: 500 - TwinAir

Released: Feb 2012

Fiat will introduce the low-emissions 875cc turbocharged two-cylinder petrol engine to its 500 city car from February as the only engine variant, replacing the current 1.4-litre model.
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Make: Fiat

Model: 500 - Abarth

Released: Mar 2011

The flagship of the 500 model lineup features a turbocharged 1.4-litre engine, producing 118 kW and 230 Nm in ‘sports mode’. The first Abarth- badged Fiat to be sold on our shores is priced around $35,000.
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Make: Fiat

Model: Punto

Released: Sep 2010

The Punto range will be graced by a top-shelf Abarth SuperSport version in the third quarter, powered by a 111kW 1.4 turbo-petrol four. Driving through a six-speed manual, the Punto Abarth ‘essesse’ is good for 8.2-second 0-100km/h times.
read more about the Fiat Punto

Make: Fiat

Model: 500 - Arbarth

Released: Aug 2010

With the born-again Fiat 500 micro-hatch on sale here, expect Fiat to introduce a higher-performance Arbarth version some time in 2010, the pint-sized Fiat hatch will feature more power and sharper handling than its reincarnated donor model.
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Make: Fiat

Model: Ritmo - Wagon

Released: Aug 2010

According to Fiat Auto a wagon body style for Bravo will appear around 2010. Australian Fiat distributor Ateco Automotive is yet to finalise engine options and specifications for the Stilo-replacing Bravo, which will go by another name in Australia.
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Make: Fiat

Model: Punto

Released: Jul 2010

An upgraded Punto range is due to be launched late 2010. Minor interior and exterior trim changes are expected. To be available in three and five-door variants, the revised Punto will offer carryover 1.3-litre and two 1.9-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesels, plus a 1.4-litre SOHC four-cylinder petrol engine.
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Make: Fiat

Model: 500 - 500C

Released: Jan 2010

The funky “sardine-can-top” Fiat 500C convertible, will go on sale in Australia in January priced at $28,990. Appealing to fashion-conscious city-slickers, it will be available in both five-speed manual and five-speed semi-automatic guises. With a no-frills sliding soft-top, the 500C lugs about 40kg more beef than the roofed version.
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Make: Fiat

Model: Ritmo

Released: Mar 2008

The Bravo hatch will be Fiat's second car model to arrive here since the Italian brand's relaunch in 2006 with the Punto - but the Stilo replacement will be called Ritmo here. Expect 78kW and 90kW versions of a new 1.6-litre JTD turbo-diesel, plus a new 132kW 1.9 JTD and 1.4-litre petrol engines.
read more about the Fiat Ritmo

Make: Fiat

Model: Punto - Abarth

Released: Sep 2005

Fiat's new Punto mini car will be part of the proposed Australian Fiat line-up to be launched in 2005. One of Fiat's best selling models ever, the Punto should line up in high-performance Arbath guise alongside the larger Stilo, in both GT and Arbath variants.
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