The New Fiat Multipla

New Fiat Multipla

Fiat Multipla

Everyone loves the fun and friendly New Multipla and now the car offers even more because its new look gives it a closer family resemblance to the latest Fiat models. The vehicle, introduced at the recent Geneva Motor Show, confirms all the strengths of the previous model: six comfortable seats and the compact feel of a saloon; a distinctive personality that stands out in the current motoring scenario; flexibility of application - and extraordinary versatility.

The originally styled New Multipla is Fiat's answer to the need to pack a large amount of internal space into a car only a little over 4 metres in length: it is the only car in its market band to offer 3 + 3 seats combined with a roomy luggage compartment. The model's special architecture also allows MPV-standard driving to all intents and purposes. For example, it is higher than segment B and C vehicles and this means that the driver's seating level in relation to the ground is different for greater ease of access and mastery of the road. This is one reason why our appealing people carrier is able to offer its very unique take on style, versatility, interior space and emission control. It achieves this by offering the smartest solutions to ergonomic, space management and mechanical requirements.

While the New Multipla is the very essence of unmistakable, fun design, it is also a specific example of the way ingenious products can truly improve the quality of life on board. It is no mere chance that in 1999 an example of the previous Multipla was exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, the most important and famous modern art museum in the world, as an example of the innovative styling and engineering features that would appear on cars of the future. This came as no surprise to us: Fiat products have always been a byword for contemporary appeal, ingenuity and ease of use. This original compact MPV is no exception. Quite the contrary, it is the ideal choice for travelling, working or leisure time.

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Published 12 June 2004 Melanie Carter

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