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Fiat reveals 500L MPW

Fiat has released pictures of its new MPV, the 500L MPW.

The MPW (Multi Purpose Wagon) is essentially a seven-seat version of the 500L.

At launch, it will be equipped with two petrol engines - a 95 bhp 1.4 16v and 105 bhp 0.9 TwinAir Turbo - as well as two turbodiesels: a 105 bhp 1.6 MultiJet II and 85 bhp 1.3 MultiJet II, the latter also with automatic transmission.

The range includes two trim levels - Pop Star and Lounge, both with 5 or 7 seats, 19 body colours (including 11 two-tone combinations) and 6 interior trims, 15 different types in terms of alloy wheels and hub caps: in total, no fewer than 282 combinations are possible.

The Fiat 500L MPW will be produced in the new Serbian factory at Kragujevac, while orders will open in July in Italy, and in the UK soon after.


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  • emeles - 25/06/2013 16:27

    What next...the 500L Mini Double Decker bus?

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