Fiat Linea

The Fiat Linea is one belonging to the lower middle class car that as a notchback sedan is based on the platform of the Grande Punto small car. This can be seen also on the dimensions of the model. With a length of 4.56 meters, a width of 1.73 meters and a height of 1.50 meters of this Fiat model is more like a small car than a sedan, and is much smaller than, for example, the VW Jetta or a Ford Focus. The Fiat Linea car is being developed in collaboration with the Turkish company Tofas and produced in Bursa. In addition to the outside dimensions, it is also the design that comes from the Fiat Style Centre, the basis of which a Fiat car reminiscent of the Grande Punto. Regarding the engine available to the customer to choose from four engines, two petrol and two diesel. The entry level Fiat Linea 1.4 provides with only 77 hp extremely low power for a sedan. As an alternative to the Fiat Linea 1.4 Turbo T-Jet engine and its 120 horsepower a fairly decent drive versions available. Both versions are very economical due to the low consumption of less than seven liters. A 1.3 Multijet DPF diesel engine with 90 hp is the basis of self-ignition of the Fiat Linea and is completed by the 1.6-liter Multijet diesel with 105 hp. The four-valve turbo diesel engine depends very easy to turn on the gas and is combined with a six-speed transmission. The engine accelerates the Fiat Linea in 11 seconds from 0 to 100 km / h, a top speed of 190 km / h, and has combined consumes 5.0 litres/100 km. The diesel engine has a particulate filter and emits 131 grams of CO ² per kilometer. With an average fuel consumption of less than five liters, this Fiat is one of the most fuel-efficient sedan in Europe. The boot capacity of 500 liters is one of the largest in its class. New Info telematics systems and various other amenities to offer customers the convenience of this sedan, which is usual only in higher vehicle segments.