Priced from R$31,900 (INR 6.08 Lakhs) in Brazil.
According to Autos Segredos, Fiat Brazil is expecting to sell 6,000 units of their entry-level Fiat Mobi per month, following its launch in April. Priced from R$31,900 (INR 6.08 Lakhs) in Brazil, the Mobi replaces the Fiat Uno Vivace, and is a key rival to the upcoming Renault Kwid.
The Fiat Mobi is available in six trims: Easy, Easy On, Like, Like On, Way and Way On. The top-end Way features rugged accessories like bumper guards, flared fenders and roof rails, while the Way On trim level adds a unique set of 14-inch alloy wheels to the package. Apparently, 35% of the demand is expected from the Mobi Way and Way On variants.
As for equipment, it is available with ABS + EBD, dual airbags, foglamps, dual tone fabric upholstery, multifunction steering wheel, audio system, electrically adjustable ORVMs with turn signals, height adjustments for driver seat, parking sensors and rear windshield wiper.
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Under the hood is a 1.0-litre four-cylinder flex-fuel engine that produces 77 hp (petrol)/75 hp (ethanol) and 93 Nm (petrol)/97 Nm (ethanol) of torque. Power is sent to the wheels via a standard 5-speed manual transmission.