Fiat has made two additions to the Tipo family, called Mirror and Street, available in hatchback, sedan and station wagon body styles.
Pricing and equipment varies from market to market, but both new versions can be ordered with two petrol and two diesel engines. The units produce 95 PS (94 hp / 70 kW) and 120 PS (118 hp / 88 kW) whether its petrol or diesel, and are compliant with the WLTP regulations.
Fiat Tipo Mirror
According to the Italian automaker, the Tipo Mirror is aimed at those “who search for the latest trends in infotainment”. Thus, it’s equipped with the Uconnect infotainment system as standard, boasting a 7-inch touchscreen display, with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration.
This version of the compact car can be ordered with a new and exclusive Venezia Blue exterior and benefits from a number of chrome details, found on the lower part of the front grille, fog light bezels, mirror caps, side mouldings and door handles. The ‘Mirror’ badge on the B pillars and 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels complete the special look.
Meanwhile, available as an optional extra is Mopar Connect, which integrates Uconnect Live services and adds new functions. It also allows users to locate their ride and see its status, fuel level and battery charge on their smartphones.
Fiat Tipo Street
As for the Fiat Tipo Street, it targets younger buyers who “want extraordinary convenience with no compromise: strong content and low price”, according to the automaker. Its visual enhancements include the contrasting dark details on the grille, mirror caps and external and internal door handles, while DRL LEDs, 16-inch glossy black alloy wheels and rear privacy glass are also available.
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