Fiat Freemont Cross shows

Fiat Freemont Cross shows

Fiat showed on Tuesday (18) Cross the Freemont, a model that will be presented to the public at the Geneva Motor Show in early March. Basically, it is the Dodge Journey Crossorad, exhibited at the Salon of Chicago, renamed by Fiat.

Some design changes can be seen, as modified bumpers, and black with silver inserts, lower side moldings, black front grille, alloy wheels 19-inch lightweight, leather seats with cloth inserts and gray stitching.

Two diesel engines are available for the model: 2.0 Multijet II, which delivers 138 horsepower and is coupled to a six-speed manual gearbox, front wheel drive, and 2.0 Multijet II 168 hp with six-speed manual gearbox and Front wheel drive or six-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive.

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