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127 Sport

127 Sport (Italy, 1981)

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In March 1981, the Fiat 127 received its second facelift since its introduction. The model-range was now made of the Super, Special and Sport variants. The Special was the entry-level version, while the Super was the 127 flagship. The cars were sold with either a 900 cc or a 1050 cc engine and performance was basically the same as prior to the updates: the 900 cc variant achieved 135 km/h, while the 1050 cc engine versions reached a top speed of 140 km/h, while the Sport versions with the 1050 cc engine made it to 160 km/h.



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The Fiat 127 was launched in 1971 as successor to the 850 model and became a sales-success for the Fiat company. The small car featured a front-wheel-drive layout, which had first been introduced in 1964 with the Autobianchi Primula and later in 1969 with the 128 model. It used similar mechanics as the 128 on suspension, brakes and steering and its engine was derived from the 850 Sport. It quickly became a market success in Italy and abroad and in 1972, a 3-door version was added...  more
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