Will go on sale this month.
Overdrive has posted their first review of the Fiat Urban Cross, ahead of its market launch this month. Below is a gallery of images that reveal the Urban Cross in complete detail.
The Urban Cross can be summarised as an Avventura without the tailgate-mounted spare wheel. Features such as an updated grille with a glossy finish and re-profiled bumper design with a new aluminium-finished skid plate offer certain differentiation. The 1.4 petrol variant rides on 16 inch Scorpion alloy wheels while the 1.3 diesel gets rims similar to that of the Punto Evo.
Speaking of which, the Fiat Urban Cross’s engine lineup includes the 1.4L T-Jet petrol engine that produces 140 PS/210 Nm of torque and a 1.3L Multijet turbodiesel engine with 93 PS/209 Nm of torque. The only transmission available is a 5-speed manual gearbox that sends power to the front wheels.
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Ahead of its launch, a leak has revealed that the diesel-powered Urban Cross will be available in two grades: Active & Dynamic, while the T-Jet Powered by Abarth variant comes in a single, well-equipped grade – Emotion. Some of the confirmed features include touchscreen AVN (Audio, Video & Navigation) system, automatic climate control, steering mounted audio controls, dual Airbags and ABS with EBD.