Fiat Linea

Fiat Linea is a small family car released on March 26, 2007, the Italian carmaker Fiat, as the car in the world in developing countries. It replaced the aging Fiat Marea sedan is the largest area. It is based on the current platform of the Fiat Grande Punto. Line was designed by the Fiat Style Centre and developed by Fiat do Brasil and Tofas in Turkey.

Line size is identical to the sedan family of small cars like the Ford Focus, Mazda 3 and Vauxhall / Opel Astra. Its wheelbase is 2,603 mm (102.5 in), or 100 mm (3.9 inches) longer than its sister models, and its total length is 4,560 mm (179.5 cm) or 500 mm (19, 7 inches) longer. Launched in September 2008 in Brazil, 1.9 L 16v line is available in 'Torque' engine 132 hp (97 kW, 130 hp), flexibility in the Brazilian market (capable of using gasoline or ethanol). In addition, Brazil is available offline in 1.4 16v T-Jet L with 152 hp (112 kW, 150 HP), the same engine used in the Fiat Grande Punto Abarth in Europe is able to use gasoline because the engine has been imported.

It was launched in January 2009 (51 029 mm), India, Linea is available in 1.4 L 'FIRE' enclosures petrol engine 90 hp (66 kW, 89 hp) 1.3 L diesel Multijet and 93 bhp (68 kW , 92 CV). Another version of the Fiat Linea, which includes the highly praised The 1.4 T-Jet engine pumping 114 hp (84 kW, 112 hp) is published eight in October 2010 (51 054 mm), India.

Fiat Linea is a different segment, and it differs from competitors in Brazil and India. Brazil is against the Honda Civic, Chevrolet Cruze, the Toyota Corolla, Citroen C4 Pallas, Chevrolet Vectra, Ford Focus, in India, is located in the upper segment C and the other hand, cars like the Ford Fiesta, Honda City and Hyundai Accent / Verna. This placement is made to keep one foot in the Indian market and to get a reduced price, other options such as the TS and the ESC.

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