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All Fiat Group brands to be at CCIA

Fiat will bring vehicles from the six brands it represents offering a wide choice of test drives at this
year’s Company Car in Action event.

Alongside Fiat and its LCV brand Fiat Professional are Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler and Jeep at the two-day event from June 11-12, which takes place at Millbrook Proving Ground and is set to attract up to 1,000 fleet decision-makers.

Fiat will be introducing the new Fiat 500L to this year’s CCIA, giving visitors their first chance to view it up close.

The new Fiat 500L will be available as a 0.9 litre TwinAir 105bhp Lounge delivering fuel consumption of 58.9mpg on the combined cycle, as well as CO2 emissions of just 112g/km, while the 1.6 MultiJet diesel records 62.8mpg with 117g/km of CO2. The 500L Lounge and Popstar models are also available in the brand’s event line-up.

This year, Abarth attends for the first time with the Punto EVO Supersport, a vehicle which combines low fuel consumption with blistering performance. The Supersport’s 1.4-litre Multi-Air turbo engine produces 180bhp and reaches a top speed of more than 134 mph, accelerating from 0-62 mph in just 7.5 seconds. CO2 emissions are 142 g/km and fuel consumption is 46.3 mpg.

Alfa Romeo will be showcasing six cars including its MiTo and Giulietta ranges. The MiTo Sportiva will be available to test drive with the new 105bhp 875cc TB TwinAir engine at only 99g/km and the 120bhp 1.6 JTDM-2.

From Chrysler there will be its first ever city car, the Ypsilon, alongside its Delta hatchback and sibling iconic Jeep brand’s 2.0-litre Compass, all available to drive unaccompanied.

Fiat demonstrates the ‘diversity’ of its LCV range and will include the recently-launched Fiorino and Scudo Crew Vans the Doblò Work Up.

Fleet operators can register to take part in the event by clicking here.

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