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ITALIAN HATCH: Fiat's Tipo hatch pricing starts at R249 900 for the 1.4-litre Pop version. Image: Quickpic

Cape Town - Fiat's Tipo is now available in South Africa in sedan and hatchback guise. Buyers will have the choice of two body styles, three trim levels, three engines and three transmission types.

Three engines

The sedan will be available in the Pop or Easy versions whilst the hatchback will be available in the Pop, Easy or Lounge configurations.

The range features of engines in three different capacities with two fuel options. They are the turbodiesel 1.3 MultiJet II, the Fire 1.4 16v and 1.6 E-torQ petrol engines.

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There are also three types of transmissions: 5-speed manual for the 1.3-litre diesel engine,  6-speed manual for the 1.4-litre petrol engine and a 6-speed automatic transmission for the 1.6 E-torQ petrol engine.

Features


The Tipo features the latest-generation audio systems including a hands-free Bluetooth interface, audio streaming, text reader and voice recognition, AUX and USB ports with iPod integration, controls on the steering wheel and, on demand, the optional rear parking camera and the new TomTom 3D built-in navigation system is optionally available on all models except the EASY.

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Prices

Sedan

1.4l Pop - R229 900
1.4l Easy - R249 900
1.3l D Easy - R274 900
1.6l Easy Auto - R274 900

Hatchback

1.4l POP - R249 900
1.4l EASY - R269 900
1.4l LOUNGE - R289 900
1.6l EASY Auto - R294 900

All models are available with a standard three year  or 100 000km warranty and service plan. 

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