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On the occasion of the World Environment Day, FCA - the Official Global Partner of Expo Milano 2015 - is organising a round table on the topic of "The Environment: driving change and innovation". Speakers include experts from the environment and energy world and high-ranking academics. At this event, FCA is set to present its tablet and smartphone application dedicated to sustainability, the first in its kind for the automotive sector. It contains a fun game that measures the owner's responsible use of our planet's resources.
Monday, May 02, 2016
Fiat Tipo 5Doors and Station Wagon
Personality, comfort and load capacity: the Fiat Tipo 5Doors and Station Wagon pair dynamic and refined style with comfort and versatility.
Engines and transmissions: six Euro 6 engines (diesel, petrol and bifuel) and three types of transmission. Power ratings from 95 to 120 HP.
Technology: ingenious solutions that improve life on board.
Safety: six airbags and stability control standard throughout the range.
EMEA range: four trim levels that follow a simple, straightforward logic rich in added features.
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The Fiat Tipo 5Doors and Station Wagon models offer an updated range of engines (all Euro 6 for the European market) in three different sizes with three fuel options. They are the turbodiesel 1.3 MultiJet II 95 HP and 1.6 MultiJet II 120 HP, also available in the ECO version; and the Fire 1.4 16v 95 HP, 1.4 T-Jet 120 HP and 1.6 E-torQ 110 HP petrol engines. Completing the line-up is the 1.4 T-Jet 120 HP dual petrol and LPG engine.
There are also three types of transmission: manual with five speeds for the 1.3 MultiJet II and six for the other engines, automatic with torque converter for the 1.6 E-torQ petrol engine and automatic dual-clutch for the 1.6 MultiJet II 120 HP.
1.4 16v 95 HP
Solid and reliable, the 1.4 16v Fire is the entry-level petrol engine of the Tipo family. This engine delivers 95 HP at 6000 rpm and reaches maximum torque of 127 Nm at 4500 rpm. The engine, combined with a six-speed manual gearbox, is a straight-four with overhead twin camshaft and direct valve control.
Implementing an optimised fluid-dynamic intake system, it is characterised by particularly high volumetric efficiency across the entire operating range, which translates into brilliant performance.
1.4 T-Jet 120 HP
The outstanding 1.4 T-Jet 120 HP power unit is marked by reliability, compact size and an excellent trade-off between spirited driving and running costs. A concrete expression of the downsizing concept, the 1.4-litre engine includes proven technological solutions such as the turbocharger, which ensures uncompromising, dynamic performance with good fuel economy.
In detail, the 1.4-litre turbo petrol engine develops 120 HP (88 kW) of maximum power achieved at 5000 rpm and has a maximum torque of 215 Nm at 2500 rpm. This ensures high driving flexibility, reduced use of the six-speed manual gearbox and a great response. This is aided by the low inertia of the turbocharger, which makes it possible to obtain maximum performance with every tap of the accelerator, without the annoying lag typical of this type of engine.
The same engine is available in the dual fuel version (LPG/petrol). Use of the latest technology has allowed Fiat to comply with the stringent Euro 6 standard, increase the available range and ensure performance very similar to the petrol version at a lower running cost, due to the use of a cheaper fuel than petrol and diesel.
Unlike an aftermarket conversion, the 120 HP 1.4 LPG Turbo engine has been designed for integration with the LPG system by using specific materials and components and applying dedicated technology. In particular, the valve seats and the intake and exhaust valves have been redesigned to reduce wear and achieve the same durability and performance as the petrol version. Obviously, in order to attain the ultimate quality and reliability, the LPG system is factory-fitted so that each car is certified, tested and guaranteed by Fiat.
1.6 E-torQ 110 HP
For those looking for a vehicle that offers maximum comfort, the best choice is the version with 1.6 E-torQ petrol engine delivering 110 HP and 152Nm of torque, mated to a six-speed automatic transmission with torque converter.
This power unit stands out for its light structure, owing to the adoption of exclusive components and graphite-coated pistons that are optimised to reduce friction and weight. Furthermore, the forged steel connecting rods and aluminium oil sump further contribute to reducing weight.
1.6 MultiJet II 120 HP
All models offer the 1.6-litre turbo diesel engine, fitted with third-generation MultiJet technology to guarantee an enjoyable drive, great autonomy and low running costs.
The 1.6 MultiJet II develops 120 HP at 3750 rpm and can be combined with the manual six-speed gearbox or the six-speed dual clutch automatic transmission, which ensures continuous torque and traction delivery. Additionally, by using a variable geometry turbocharger, the engine delivers high torque at low revs (320 Nm at 1750 rpm) all to the benefit of flexibility. These remarkable results are achieved while respecting the environment-the engine is Euro 6 compliant-and with the utmost attention to efficiency in terms of fuel and emissions: on the combined test cycle, the Tipo 1.6 MultiJet II 120 HP registered 3.7 litres/100 km of fuel consumption and 98 g/km of CO2 emissions.
Another innovation introduced by the new Fiat Tipo 5Doors and Station Wagon is the ECO version, which is based on the 1.6 MultiJet II engine. Benefiting from high performance, fuel efficiency and fewer emissions, it is ideal for long trips and lowers the total cost of ownership, which is a key consideration for the business-to-business market in particular. Its secret lies in the effective combination of sophisticated motor sport solutions and specific onboard features. In detail, the 1.6 MultiJet II engine incorporates a Start&Stop system, intelligent alternator, variable displacement oil pump, electronically controlled fuel pump and electric thermostat. The ECO version incorporates an aerodynamic pack that includes Active Grille Shutter (AGS), which adjusts the air flow to the cooling system by opening and closing the front grille, thereby also keeping the engine at the correct operating temperature. Furthermore, the restriction of air flow reduces aerodynamic drag, which has a positive effect on fuel consumption.
Also included in the pack are low wind resistance 16" alloy wheels with low rolling resistance tyres.
Thanks to these features, the Tipo 1.6 MultiJet II ECO cuts CO2 emissions to 89 g/km in the combined test cycle.
1.3 MultiJet 95 HP
The 1.3 MultiJet II 95 HP engine ensures good performance and extremely low running costs, thanks to the standard inclusion of the Start&Stop system on the 5Doors and Station Wagon versions. The pride and joy of FCA motor engineering, the engine ensures great autonomy without sacrificing comfort and driving enjoyment. It is equipped with a manual five-speed gearbox and develops 95 HP delivered at 3750 rpm, while the variable geometry turbocharger ensures high torque from low revs and a maximum torque of 200 Nm from 1500 rpm.
The secret behind both engines is the third-generation Common Rail MultiJet II injection system, the high-tech solution for controlling high injection pressures, whatever the engine speed and injected fuel quantity. In practice, the engine introduces small amounts of fuel (pilot injections) to optimise noise and emissions and, with the main injection, manages the injected quantity of fuel necessary to provide the performance required by the driver, ensuring particularly smooth engine operation in all situations.