2008 Fiat Fiorino Qubo review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 18 June 2008 , 10:06:46 byVeronica

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Fiat Fiorino Qubo

Fiorino Qubo is the name of the new car marketed by the Fiat dealer network. The FIorino Qubo is made at the Tofas factory in Bursa, Turkey and it is a result of a manufacturing joint venture between Fiat and PSA. The model will be launched this month in France, followed by Austria, Poland and Hungary in July and August. Then it will become available in Italy, Germany and Switzerland and will arrive in Holland, Ireland and Belgium in October. Both the UK and Denmark will receive the model next year. The new Fiorino Qubo has a starting price of EUR13.000 in Italy and the car is the outcome of a concept that is both simple and revolutionary. It is a very practical vehicle for families, but it is also a car for young people and customers seeking an entertaining drive. It is both environmentally friendly and fuel-efficient so, it is ideal for leisure and for travelling with friends. The new Fiorino Qubo is as handy as a city car, and as spacious and comfortable as an MPV. The model can adapt to any surroundings, guaranteeing considerable savings as a result of its good fuel economy and low running costs. Its original, rational exterior style stands out due to special treatments on the side and rear that gives it a sophisticated look. It has a very unique interior. The original free space of the concept combines six different seat configurations with a practical, regularly shaped interior. The result is a functional interior, with exceptional flexibility and use of space. For maximum driving comfort, the Fiat Fiorino Qubo can also rely on smooth power units coupled with sturdy transmissions. The 1.3-liter MultiJet can develop 75 BHO and the petrol-driven 1.4-liter version can produce 73 BHP, offering outstanding driving satisfaction, optimum performance and low running costs.