Fiat to launch Linea T-Jet in September in India
Carmaker, Fiat is expected to launch its new Fiat Linea T-Jet in the Indian market in September this year. The car was showcased by the company at Delhi Auto Expo earlier this year.
The sedan is powered by a 1.4 L Turbo Charged Petrol engine with a maximum torque of 200 Nm at 2500 rpm. The company claims that its transmission offers 10 per cent better mileage when compared to other traditional gear box.
Fiat Linea T-Jet also offers other advanced features like the ‘Hill Holder’ function which stops the car when it rools backward on a climb, Automatic headlamps, Fire Protection System, Reverse parking sensors and wipers with rain sensors. It also has side and roof airbags for safety.
The sedan can achieve a speed of 100 kph in just 9.2 seconds and can run at a maximum speed of 200 kph. The vehicle designed at the Fiat Style Centre offers quality driving experience with perfectly placed armrest and peddles and sophisticated designing. The wheel alignment allows with excellent maneuvering of the gearshift and the sedan also has good visibility.
Sedan has an elegant look with an Italian touch which gives it a very appealing outlook. The front grille, dropshaped headlights and forward sloping windscreen adds to the solid look. The interior of the sedan is designed to match the external lines and is spacious and conformable.
The sedan combines facility, style and performance and is expected to be priced at Rs. 9 lakh in the Indian market.
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