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Uno Sempre (VE) (Italy, 2007)

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History, development and general characteristics

In 1989 the Fiat Uno underwent a significant restyling and it was relaunched in September as the Mk2 Uno. Both exterior and interior features got to be adjusted and improved. Fiat stopped producing the second generation Uno in its Italian factories in 1995, where more then 6 million Mk2 Uno copies had been built.

The Uno was taken off the western European car markets at the same time and Fiat launched a new model (the Punto) to replace it there.



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Engine and Transmission

The Mk2 Uno had several available engine options. Petrol engines available were: a 1.0-liter unit with 45 hp; a 1.1-liter unit with 50 hp; naturally aspirated (70 hp) and turbocharged (118 hp) 1.4-liter engines; and a 1.5-liter engine with 75 hp. A 1.4-liter turbodiesel (72 hp) and a 1.7-liter diesel (58 hp) engines were also in the range.
The Mk2 Uno has a 5-speed manual transmission.



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Chassis

Steel unibody.   Platform (no data)   Suspension (no data)   Steering (no data)   Brakes Front solid disc brakes and rear drum brakes.



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The Fiat Uno was introduced into the car markets in 1983. This is a supermini type of car and it became quite popular, especially given that it was produced for over a decade in Fiat’s homecountry Italy (until 1995) and is still being assembled in other countries even though it is a rather old car. There has been two generations of Fiat Unos. Also, the Uno has been made in several types of bodywork: as a sedan, a hatchback, station wagon, pickup and panel van.   more
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