A few years ago Fiat was Italian carmaker which produced elegant vehicles. Compact cars had excellent fuel economy, and its design was at highest level. Nevertheless, now, entire industry is growing. To be competitive, every manufacturer must offer various types of vehicles. So, Fiat decided to step into crossover market. Among 500X and upcoming C-SUV, we will have a chance to see 2018 Fiat Freemont. This crossover is elegant family car with good performance. For buyers, it will be very interesting to see the price, which should make difference between this and other models.
2018 Fiat Freemont specs
There are various drivetrain possibilities for 2018 Fiat Freemont. First of all, there is a 2.0-l MultiJet unit with four cylinders. Same one is power source of current model. Furthermore, there could be variation of same engine with higher output. Base unit can make 140 hp, while upper trim is capable to deliver 160 horses. Transmission is 6-speed automatic. Manual is optional, as well as AWD, while standard offer includes FWD. Fuel economy numbers are still unknown, but this family SUV is going to be one of the leaders in industry.
2018 Fiat Freemont styling
New 2018 Fiat Freemont will suffer minor redesign. We will have 19-inch wheels and side body panels nearly the same as before. However, grille and front fascia is new. Except bumper, headlights and hood gets refreshed look. Inside, latest infotainment features and safety measures are installed. Touch-screen display is part of refreshed dashboard. There are also many other parts different than before. However, we can’t complete entire image, since there are a lot of missing information. We doubt that leather is going to cover interior, but fine materials will make it comfortable.
2018 Fiat Freemont arrival and price
Crossover won’t be out until next year. Italian company is probably planning the premiere for first part of the year. Nevertheless, exact date fans will know in a year or so. Base models of the 2018 Fiat Freemont will carry a price tag of around $35,000. Higher trims and diesel versions will cost more.