FIAT Stilo Multi Wagon

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FIAT Stilo Multi Wagon
FIAT Stilo Multi Wagon   2006 2010
2006 2010

Fiat tried to revive the Stilo range in 2006 with a mid-life cycle refresh and that included the station wagon version as well.
Fiat tried to make the car more affordable along with the facelifted version and ditched the independent suspension in favor of the semi-independent suspension.

Fiat installed a new grille design with a horizontal, silver slat that supported the badge at the front. Its headlights featured clear lenses and the same angular shape as before. A big aesthetic improvement was for the door-handles, which were painted in body color. Before the facelift, they were black. On the sides, the Multi Wagon changed the styling for the D-pillars and used body-color instead of black ones used on the 2003 model.

Inside, Fiat changed the air-vents and added aluminum trims made out of plastic, which replaced the black ones used on the non-facelifted version. The entire range received white dials for the instrument cluster. A major update was for the infotainment system, which received a color touch-screen. The carmaker still placed it in a difficult-to-see area on the center stack.

Fiat dropped the 1.2-liter engine from the Punto, and the base version featured a 1.4-liter four-mill. An interesting option was for the diesel version, which was paired to a standard 5-speed manual, and, as an option, the customer could get a 6-speed manual.

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FIAT Stilo Multi Wagon
FIAT Stilo Multi Wagon   2003 2006
2003 2006

Fiat introduced the Stilo range as a three and five-door version in 2001 and waited for a couple of years before unveiling the station wagon version, named MultiWagon.
Even though there was not that much high demand for station wagons anymore on the market in the 2000s, most European carmakers still produced them since they were easy to build, basically with the same costs as any other body version. Fiat thought long and well before offering the MultiWagon, and in 2003 it started to sell it.

While it shared its front fascia with its five-door hatchback sibling, the vehicle was different. It showed a longer roof and a pair of extra windows on the trunk’s sides. The angular lines started to get back in the automotive trends after the bio-design era was gone. Its straight-cut headlights and rectangular grille with horizontal slats confirmed the new, edge-design trend. But Italians made the station wagon with a different ending. The design team installed wider taillights than those fitted on the five-door version. Its loading area sat lower and was wider. They imagined a useful station wagon more than a trendy family car.

Inside, apart from the space behind the rear seats, the Stilo MultiWagon featured the same interior as its five-door sibling. Its split-folding rear bench allowed an increase for the trunk area from 510 liters (18 cu-ft) to 1,480 liters (52.27 cu-ft), which was very close to the best in class Skoda Octavia Combi.

Under the hood, Fiat installed a choice of nine engines, most of them being the same 1.9-liter turbo-diesel offered with different power outputs ranged between 80 hp and 150 hp.

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