Typically oozing Italian flair, Fiat products have over the decades gained appeal as true enthusiast cars for those blessed with the ability to handle those fiery Latin temperaments.
The local range is entering a period of dramatic change. The entry-level Uno is about to re-enter the market, and the statuesque Bravo and diminutive 500 are poised for dramatic entrances too.
That's not discounting the current line-up of Palio, Panda, Grande Punto, Stilo, Croma, Multipla passenger cars and the Strada, Doblo and Ducato commercial vehicles.
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Questions for Chana has been postponed until the importer's representatives return from the Chana Trax expedition.