Fiat Fastback 2023: prices start from R$ 130 thousand

Fiat do Brasil officially launches in the Brazilian market the Fiat Fastback – SUV with a coupe body – which hits the market with prices starting at R$ 120 thousand.

The model hits the market only with turbocharged engines, with the mission to face the Volkswagen Nivus.

The Fiat Fastback is a coupe version of the Pulse, but in the entry versions it adopts the 1.0 turbo flex engine (T200), with 130 hp and 20.4 kgfm of torque, coupled to a 7-speed CVT automatic transmission.

This model accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 9 seconds.

The consumption of the access model is 14.6 km/liter of gasoline on the road.

The top-of-the-range versions adopt the 1.3 turbo flex engine, with 185 hp and 27.5 kgfm. These models also come with a six-speed automatic transmission.

This model accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 8.1 seconds. It has a Sport engine, which changes the throttle setting and sports gear mapping.

The average consumption is 13.6 km/l of gasoline on the road.

The Fiat Fastback features items such as a 7” digital instrument panel, 10.1” multimedia center, parking sensor, reverse camera, electronic handbrake.

The Fiat Fastback measures 4.43 meters in length and has 19.2 cm of ground clearance.

In terms of active assistance features, the Fastback brings features like Autonomous Emergency Braking, Automatic High Beam Shift, Lane Departure Warning with active steering wheel intervention.

As anticipated, the handbrake is electronic, and with Auto Hold function.

New Fiat Fastback 2023 - price

In terms of technology, it has a 7-inch digital panel, with information from the on-board computer.

The multimedia center is 10″, with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connection and compatibility with Fiat Connect.

Prices are as follows:

Fiat Fastback Audace T20 Turbo FlexBRL 129,990

Fiat Fastback Impetus T200 Turbo FlexBRL 139,990

Fiat Fastback Limited Abarth T270 Flex ATBRL 149,990

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