This model is just for demonstration.
The Fiat Argo is now on sale in Brazil with prices starting at BRL 46,800 (INR 9,18,383.28). Here are live images of a Fiat Argo with Mopar accessories, courtesy Eddie Nabil Rahal.
The customised Fiat Argo is based on the Fiat Argo HGT. Up front, it features blue accent in the lower bumper, Mopar symbol decal on the sides, 17-inch black alloy wheels, blue brake calipers, rear spoiler with blue painting on the bottom portion, Fiat symbols in black and Fiat and Argo badges in black. On the inside, there's blue stitching on the dashboard, steering wheel, seat covers and door panels and a blue stripe on the seat covers.
For customers wishing to get something that looks like this, there is the Fiat Argo Mopar Opening Edition. Limited to 1,000 units, it is available only in Portofino blue colour and features black roof, black mirrors and black rear spoiler, as well as a number of Mopar accessories including 16-inch darkened wheels, door sill guards, floor mat and 60-watt sound system with "Mopar" badge on the rear speakers.
The Fiat Argo Mopar Opening Edition is powered by the 1.8-litre E.torQ Evo flex-fuel engine that produces 135 cv (135 hp) and 18.76 kgf.m (183.97 Nm) of torque (petrol)/139 cv (139 hp) and 19.27 kgf.m (188.97 Nm) of torque (ethanol). Power is sent to the wheels via a 6-speed automatic transmission.
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The regular Fiat Argo is available in seven configurations: Drive 1.0 Flex, Drive 1.3 Flex, Drive 1.3 GSR Flex, Precision 1.8 Flex, Precision 1.8 AT6 Flex, HGT 1.8 Flex and HGT 1.8 AT6. LED signature lights, leather-wrapped steering wheel, cruise control, ambient lights, 7-inch instrument panel, 7.0-inch UCONNECT touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and voice recognition, keyless entry, automatic climate control, rear-view camera and engine stop-start system are some of the key features of the Fiat Argo.