Fiat Argo revealed in Brazil

Fiat Argo revealed in Brazil :- Fiat recently teased the exceptional hatchback Argo in a video showing its styling bits. Notwithstanding, now the organization has put out official pictures for the same. It is situated over the Uno and the Palio in the Brazilian market. Fiat composed, and will build up the vehicle in their plant at Betim for the South American markets.

Fiat Argo revealed in Brazil

Brazilian news outlets are calling the Argo as the swap for the Punto, which left generation in January 2017. The Argo looks more conditioned than the bulkier Punto. The front of the car has a lively guard with red highlights and etched air pipes on the sides. The headlamp get together is furnished with a sharp LED day time running light. The wheel edges are vast, measuring 17inches crosswise over and the outline mirrors its extended shoulder lines. The back bumper of the Argo is more sharped and bends over as a diffuser, giving the car an energetic position.

Fiat Argo revealed in Brazil

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The energetic odds and ends in the styling of the Argo allude to an Abarth rendition of the car. The power plant of the vehicle isn’t revealed yet however the car is required to have both petrol and diesel engines on offer. The petroleum variation will be controlled by Fiat’s “FireFly” arrangement of motor – 1.0-liter turbo oil and 1.3-liter actually suctioned petrol engine. The previous produces 77bhp and the last one produces 109bhp, both offered with a five speed manual gearbox. The diesel plant is required to be a 1.8-liter E.torQ enginde delivering 139bhp.

Fiat Argo revealed in Brazil

There is no word of the vehicle being launched for the European market but it is being speculated that the Argo may be headed for the Indian market too, as a replacement for the Punto Evo. If launched here, the Argo will compete against the Maruti Suzuki Baleno, the Volkswagen Polo, the Hyundai Elite i20, the Honda Jazz and the Toyota Etios Liva. If the manufacturer considers the Argo for Indian market, the drive train on offer will be the same as one offered now; 1.2-litre petrol with F.I.R.E technology and the 1.3-litre Multijet diesel.

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