Fiat has recently launched the Strada pick-up in Italy, where the model will be available for its future customers from the end of January.
According to the Italian based automaker Fiat, the Strada pick-up is made in Brazil, as FIASA Betim, and it’s measuring 4.41 meters in length (4.46 for the Adventure version), 1.66 meters in width (1.74 for the Adventure) and it has a wheelbase of 2.72 meters. The model’s rear body measures 1.685mm in length and 1.300mm in width in its standard version, but this space is reduced if the sleeper cab is being ordered to 1.332mm, while for the double cab, the space becomes even smaller, at 1.082mm, while between the wheel arches, the pick-up has 1.070mm.
Fiat says that the Strada pick-up will be available in three trims, the Working, the Trekking and the Adventure, and they can come as Cab Short, Long or Double, for a total of six versions, all of the equipped by the same engine. Under the hood, power to the Fiat Strada pick-up is coming from the small four-cylinder engine, which is coming with 200 Nm in torque, available from as low as 1.500 rpm, offering an average fuel consumption similar to the 1.3 Multijet (85 BHP / Euro 4) of 5.3 liters every 100 km. The Strada has some features like trip computer, adjustable steering wheel for the Trekking and Adventure, manually adjustable mirrors and ABS.
The Adventure version is being recognized by its black grille with chrome accents and fog lamps which are integrated into the front fascia and the standard version is being offered with air conditioning, fog lamps, alloy wheels with wide tires from 205/65/R15, along with an E-Locker differential which allows the driver to disengage even on surfaces with poor grip.