FIAT Freemont

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FIAT Freemont Cross
FIAT Freemont Cross  2015 2018
2015 2018

The Freemont Cross was a nice mix between utility and modern design, a practical vehicle for large families in need of space and versatility.
Both the exterior and the interior were redesigned. The front bumper got platinum chrome color inserts, as well as the rear bumper, the front grille and the fog lights were also refreshed. The new version came with 19-inch alloy wheels.
The interior was updated with new black leather seats, as well as a new steering wheel wrapped up in leather along with the gear knob.

The standard offered equipment made no compromise and gave buyers more than basic features. An 8.4-inch touchscreen along with a navigation system was the main attraction, as well as the available Bluetooth connection which allowed media streaming. The Alpine Premium sound system consisted of a 6-speakers with both an amplifier and a subwoofer.

The Fiat Freemont used an active all-wheel-drive system that intelligently transmitted the power to the rear when the grip was not good enough. That meant great safety and moreover, a reduce fuel consumption.

The Freemont was a five-star vehicle when it came to safety and that was proven at the Euro NCAP – how could it not be with more than 50 safety systems available?

The car had multistage airbags, active headrests, ESC with traction control and BAS. All of the three rows of seats had window airbags.

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FIAT Freemont
FIAT Freemont   2011 2015
2011 2015

After the marriage between Chrysler and Fiat, the Italian company started to sell the Dodge Journey in Europe under the name Fiat Freemont.
It was launched in 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show.

When it comes to minivans, American brands had the biggest experience. The European car-makers were shy about that area. Renault started the compact MPV segment in the ’80s and other companies joined on the way. But still, the U.S. brands were far more advanced in terms of interior features and seat layout. Fiat used to have an MPV lineup built together with the French group PSA. After the Italians merged with Chrysler, they put the Fiat badge on a Dodge Journey and changed the engines.

On the outside, the look of the vehicle was simple, with a two-box design and a short front end. The cabin was long and ended into a flat rear tailgate. It featured regular, front-hinged four doors to access the cabin. The seven-seat configuration was available as an option.

Inside, the Freemont was large enough. Two adult-sized passengers could fit in the last row. For the driver, there was a simple dashboard design, with two round dials and a small LCD between them. An infotainment unit was placed on the center stack.

Under the hood, the Freemont featured either a 2.0-liter turbocharged diesel unit or 3.6-liter V6 gasoline. Unlike the Dodge Journey, which used the VW 2.0-TDI unit, the Fiat Freemont used a newly developed Fiat-sourced unit with the same performance. It was available with either 140hp or 170 hp, in front- or all-wheel-drive.

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