Fiat Increases Production at the Italy Plant

The new Fiat Series 500X has been designed and manufactured in the advanced plant in Italy. The line, comprised of compact crossover SUVs (sports utility vehicles), features several models, two distinct appearances, and six engine options. The configurations of the engines depends on the size and fuel selected. To get the mileage and dimensions of each engine choice, the Configurato Fiat 500x, check out the models at dealerships worldwide. The new platform for the series is much like that of a Jeep Renegade, which can handle both on and off road terrain. Customers are offered front-wheel-drive, or all-wheel-drive that can be initiated on-demand.

The “Off-Road” look will appeal to adventurers, with new colors, specially designed bumpers, and roof rails. Standard features include seventeen inch alloy wheels, partial leather upholstery, and rear parking sensors. It will also include Fiat’s Uconnect “infotainment” system. Available upgrades consist of advanced headlights, a satellite navigation system, key-less entry, and key-less ignition. The back seat, which can accommodate three adults comfortable, have individual headrests, plenty of leg room, and large in-door storage spaces. The large boot space is perfect for camping gear, photography equipment, or art supplies for painting the great scenery encountered on off-road expeditions.

The “City” version of the series is only available in front-wheel-drive. The entry level models include standard features such as adjustable and heated side view mirrors, sixteen inch steel windows, USB connectivity, and electric windows, as well as air conditioning. The upgrades here include larger wheels, Bluetooth, the Uconnect system with a five inch touch screen, rear parking sensors, and a navigation system. All models are designed to be exciting to drive, and get excellent mileage.

The Fiat plant in Italy is a state-of-the-art facility that utilizes advanced technology, is environmentally-friendly, and includes built-in measures to ensure quality control. Car manufacturers are finding innovative ways to remain competitive as the demand for compact SUVs increased. Every new model year brings updated features on best-selling crossovers, redesigned versions of old favorites, and new colors selections. This new take on the compact SUV brings high-quality improvements on performance, new style, and dozens of combined choices.