Fiat At The 2004 Motor Show - Restyled Multipla and New Doblo

The New Panda

Fiat Multipla

Fiat Auto’s restyled Multipla and new Doblò Family 7-seater, together with the new Panda SUV and Geneva Show-stopping Trepiùno concept car, are all making their UK public debuts at The Sunday Times Motor Show Live, Birmingham NEC, at the end of this month.

The restyled Multipla, which becomes available here later this year, will be represented on the stand in left-hand drive form, and retains all the widely acclaimed attributes of the previous model: six comfortable seats, compact overall dimensions, a strong and individual personality; practicality, flexibility of use, versatility, and value for money.

The restyled Multipla remains unique in its class because it offers ‘cutting edge’ features within an innovative structure, and is still the only vehicle in its market segment to provide six seats plus significant luggage space.

Though the new model has retained the winning structure of its predecessor, much of its exterior styling has been changed. Fiat Centro Stile designers worked on the front end to emphasise the model’s strong personality, while retaining the fun and informal flavour that has always been a Multipla strong point. The front is now dominated by the current Fiat family look that includes ‘techno’ headlights and a honeycomb patterned grille. The rear features new tail-lights and sturdy, wraparound bumpers.

The recently revised Fiat Doblò range went on sale in the UK two months ago, featuring improved interiors, upgraded specifications, two new engines, and - this month - the introduction of a new Family version - set to become the most affordable 7-seater MPV on the market.

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Published 17 May 2004 Melanie Carter

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