“The Lounge version adds alloy wheels 17”, headlamps with LED daytime running lights, steering wheel and leather gear knob. To these are added automatic climate control, cruise control, front armrest, driver’s seat with lumbar adjustment, electric rear windows and LED daytime running lights. As expected, Fiat’s policy with the new type, awarded so far by the commercial success of the sedan, is particularly aggressive and aims at a competitive and affordable offer. “The technological equipment then includes the UconnectTM system 7” HD LIVE with touch-screen color 7 “high-resolution screen that allows the” pinch and swipe “or use similar to that of modern tablet.
The layout Easy offers standard six airbags, ESC, and Hill Holder, the pressure monitoring system TPMS tire, rear parking sensors, front fog lights. A rich set of security devices, then, but not limited to: the height-adjustable driver’s seat, the rear seat is split, electrically adjustable mirrors and manual air conditioner ensure comfort. Standard also Uconnect infotainment radio system with AUX and USB input, Bluetooth interface and steering wheel controls.
The entry level, or the 1.4 petrol from 95 horses, however, already offers a decent level of amenities, such as air conditioning, Bluetooth radio, parking sensors and fog lights. In Italy, the range of the new Fiat Tipo 5 doors is similar to that of the 4-door, that three months from start of commercialization has already received about 10,000 orders: two trim levels, Easy and Lounge, and, at the time, two Euro 6 engines: the aforementioned Fire 1.4 16v 95 hp petrol and 1.6 Multijet diesel 120 hp.