FIAT Viaggio

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FIAT Viaggio
FIAT Viaggio   2013 2017
2013 2017

Fiat introduced the Viaggio on the Chinese market in 2013 as an Italian-badged version of the Dodge Dart, but with adapted features and engines.
Facing an increasing demand for compact-segment sedans, the Italian carmaker took a shortcut and restyled the already developed Dodge dart as a starting point for the Viaggio (Journey – Italian). But the changes went further than just a restyled front fascia. Fiat also completely changed the engine lineup and used European-based inline-fours, carried over from the Alfa Romeo Giulietta.

Its front styling featured long, swept-back headlights and a grille with one or three slats, depending on the trim level. The wrapped-around bumper sported a center air-dam flanked by a pair of side-scoops used as fog lights clusters. On the sides, the Italian carmaker carried over the same sculptured door panels used for the Dart, while at the back, it installed new taillights. To amplify the car’s sporty look, Fiat installed 15” or 16” light-alloy wheels.

Inside, Fiat installed a curved dashboard with an 8.4” infotainment system placed between the center vents, while the center stack featured the climate controls dials. The instrument cluster sported the same two big dials for the speedometer and tachometer as on the Dart, with an LCD between them for the onboard computer and two light-strips for the fuel level and coolant temperature. The Viaggio offered inside enough room for five occupants, thanks to its ample wheelbase.

Under the hood, the Italian carmaker installed a 1.4-liter turbocharged gasoline engine available with either 120 hp or 150 hp.

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