Renewed crossover Fiat 500X revealed before the official premiere

Renewed crossover Fiat 500X revealed before the official premiere

July 4, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

There were photos of the restyling Fiat cross without any camouflage. The model has updated the exterior design.

Crossover Fiat 500X debuted at the end of 2014, it divides the platform with the Jeep Renegade. In 2017, the SUV Fiat went through a micromodernization: the model got a multimedia system of a new generation, and the palette of the body colors was expanded. Now the 500X has undergone a second update, which affected the appearance. Photographs of the 2019 model year are published in the World Scoop blog. In Europe, the SUV is available in two versions: Urban and Cross. The second is characterized by the presence of a protective lining on the bumper, this modification is also imprinted on the photo.

Fiat 500X-2019 received other headlights (the former shape, but the “stuffing” is different), new daytime running lights and taillights, round fog lights instead of oval ones. Also, the cross changed the front bumper, and the chrome plating on the radiator grill became thinner. Salon, apparently, the designers did not touch.

At the moment there is no information about whether the motor scale has changed 500X. The pre-reform crossover in Europe is presented with petrol engines 1.6 E-Torq (110 hp) and 1.4 Turbo MultiAir II (140 hp), diesels 1.3 MultiJet (95 hp), 1.6 MultiJet (120 hp) and 2.0 MultiJet II (140 hp). Also in some European countries, buyers are offered a SUV with a 120-horsepower 1.4 engine running on gas. At Fiat 500X Urban – only a forward drive, for Fiat 500X Cross the all-wheel drive version is provided.

It is expected that the official premiere of the updated model will be held in the near future. Prices are still unknown. Previous 500X Urban in Italy costs from 19,000 euros, 500X Cross there will cost at least 21,000 euros.

In Europe, sales of the Fiat 500X last year fell significantly: 90,049 crossovers against 104,931 copies in 2016. However, this year the demand for a crossover is growing: in January-May, 46,506 cars were sold in Europe, while in the five months of 2017 43,837 units were sold.