The vans are not immune to fashion crossover. Long since manufacturers like Peugeot and Citroen models offer aesthetic jacket, which increasingly prefer to customers. Now is the Italian company Fiat leading to the Geneva Motor Show Fiat Doblò Trekking their own interpretation of a van-like off-roader.
On this occasion Fiat is not limited to the black plastic and makes the Dobló Trekking even have a much more modern look, thanks to the silver elements. The front bumper receives a protective silver trim low . The rear bumper if it receives a slightly different design to apply these same elements. In side view draw attention molding doors and registration Trekking tires 16 “M + S tires. The bronze color images is new and specific to this release.
But we know that Fiat does not like to give camper limited aspect, which also improves their vehicles in terms of off-road capabilities. The Fiat Doblò Trekking has a highest 10mm suspension A skid for engine and a new traction control called Traction + helps pull better on slippery ground, one solution infinitely easier and cheaper (also less effective) than total traction.
Inside of this Fiat Doblò be differences with an specific upholstery fabric and faux leather double stitched, something also present on the door panels and dashboard (have not been provided images interior). The amount of storage compartments is also improved. On the front occupants there is a small compartment with lid in which to save objects (maps, documentation …) while in the trunk can be placed optionally another that is accessible from the rear or from the trunk.
The Fiat Doblò Trekking includes ESP, hill start assist, air conditioning, lights, electric folding door mirrors, tinted windows and all the improvements previously cited for this version, in terms of aesthetics and chassis number. Optionally can be equipped with parking sensors, cruise control, multifunction steering wheel and gear knob leather and multimedia system Uconnect 5 “.
Source – Fiat
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