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Fiat Freemont

Fiat Freemont (Italy, 2011-present)

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The 2014 Freemont Cross is getting a distinctive appearance thanks to the brand-new front and rear bumpers with Platinum Chrome details, the front glossy black grille, five-spoke 19" Hyper Black wheels and Platinum Chrome-coloured side skirts. The black frames of the front and rear light clusters complete the design og the Freemont Cross.

It also offers an exclusive interior with new leather seats complete with sports mesh inserts and light ardesian grey top stitching, interior finishes in the shade of Liquid Graphite, plus standard features like the 8.4in Uconnect touchscreen satellite navigator, rear parking camera and Premium Alpine audio system with six speakers, 368 W amplifier and subwoofer.  Electric heated and folding door mirrors, six airbags, illuminated cup holders, Keyless Entry and Keyless Go with starting button and audio and driving speed regulation controls on the steering wheel complete the interior options.

The top-of-the-range version is available with the 140hp 2.0 MultiJet II engine, with 6-speed manual gearbox and front-wheel drive, and the 170hp 2.0 MultiJet II, both in a 4×2 version with manual gearbox and an active AWD version teamed exclusively with a 6-speed automatic transmission.



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