Facelift Fiat Qubo

Discussie in 'Fiat Nieuws' gestart door Milan, 16 jul 2016.

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    Fiat heeft de Qubo gefacelift. Ken je de auto niet; de Qubo is de personenwagen versie van de Fiorino.
    Hier onder het Engelstalig artikel van Carscoops en daar onder de link naar een artikel op Autoblog.

    On sale in its current form since 2008, the third generation Fiat Qubo has went through a few visual revisions and it's now available for order across the United Kingdom.

    A chunky new front bumper, large, high-mounted headlights, tweaked tailgate, relocated number plate, bolder Qubo badge, new skid plate panels for the Trekking versions, new wheel cover and alloy wheel designs and two fresh colors, called Magnetic Bronze and Azure Blue, should make a difference on the outside.

    In the cabin, the vehicle benefits from a new steering wheel, black mirror-finish detailing, Uconnect system that works together with a 5-inch color touchscreen, Bluetooth, USB, AUX, optional sat-nav, new instruments and seat upholstery.

    The Qubo has room for five adults and a 250-liter boot capacity, which grows to 650 liters with the parcel shelf removed and to 2,500 liters with the rear seats out of their place. Moreover, it can carry objects up to 2.5 meters (98.4 inch) in length with the optional folding front passenger seat.

    Offered in a choice of three trim levels, the cheapest model is the Pop, priced from £11,695 ($15,488), whose standard equipment list includes body colored bumpers and mirror covers, ESC with ASR, Hill Holder, electrically adjustable side mirrors, height-adjustable driver's seat and an armrest.

    The Lounge version adds air-con, 5-inch Uconnect touchscreen, leather trimmed steering wheel and gear shifter, 16-inch alloy wheels and front fog lights for a £1,000 ($1,325) premium. Both models are powered by the same 1.4-liter petrol engine, with 77 HP, while the more expensive variant can also be had with the 80 HP 1.3-liter MultiJet II turbodiesel, from £14,695 ($19,460).

    Building upon the Lounge, the Qubo Trekking is available from £15,695 ($20,785), setting itself apart with a raised suspension, Traction+ electronic front differential, cruise control, different bumpers, side mouldings, roof bars, alloy wheels with mud and snow tires, tinted windows and rear parking sensors. This version is powered by a 95 HP 1.3-liter MultiJet II turbodiesel.

    bron: Carscoops.com

    Nederlandstalig artikel van Autoblog:
    http://www.autoblog.nl/nieuws/fiat-qubo ... neus-89103






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