Fiat Toro launched at prices starting from R$ 76,500 – Brazil

Posted on: Feb 16, 2016 - 2:32pm IST

Available in two grades: Freedom and Volcano.

The Fiat Toro has now gone on sale in Brazil, with prices starting from R$ 76,500 (INR 13.08 Lakhs) to R$ 116,500 (INR 19.92 Lakhs). It is the second Fiat pick-up to join the range, and targets customers looking to own a pick-up more for leisure purposes.

Fiat Toro front quarter launched
Prices for the Fiat Toro start from R$ 76,500 (INR 13.08 Lakhs) to R$ 116,500 (INR 19.92 Lakhs).

Arriving nearly two years after the unveil of the Fiat FCC4 concept, the front-end of the Toro has sleek pilot lamps separated from main headlamps, which flow into the dual-slat chrome grille. The lower bumper has chrome-trimmed enclosures in the Volcano grade, and a silver skid plate. At the back, the Toro features sleek wraparound taillamps, a large Fiat logo, and a barn-style tailgate that opens outwards.

Fiat Toro rear quarter launched
At the back, the Toro features sleek wraparound taillamps, a large Fiat logo, and a barn-style tailgate that opens outwards.

The Toro measures 4,915 mm long, 1,844 mm wide, 1,735 mm tall, has a wheelbase of 2,990 mm and a ground clearance of 206.5 mm. The petrol variant is capable of hauling a max payload of 650 kg, while the diesel variant can carry up to a tonne of cargo.

Fiat Toro launched
The Toro measures 4,915 mm long, 1,844 mm wide, 1,735 mm high, has a wheelbase of 2,990 mm and a ground clearance of 206.5 mm.

The Toro’s interior is inline with Fiat’s latest products, as seen in the steering wheel, piano black center console and instrument cluster. The Volcano grade features FCA’s 5-inch UConnect infotainment system as standard and a 7-inch MID in the center of the instrument cluster, reverse parking sensors and camera, seven airbags and a panoramic glass roof.

Fiat Toro dashboard launched
The Volcano grade features FCA’s 5-inch UConnect infotainment system as standard and a 7-inch MID in the center of the instrument cluster.

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The engines available include a 1.8 16v E-Torq Flex petrol engine and 2.0 16v Multijet turbo diesel. The former produces 138 hp and is paired to a 6-speed automatic gearbox, while the latter delivers 170 hp through a 6-speed manual or a 9-speed automatic gearbox. An intelligent 4×4 drivetrain with low gear option is only available in the turbodiesel variant.

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