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Fiat Abarth 595
Type
Petrol
Model
Jun, 2016
Milage
13659
INR. 2,00,00.00
Fiat Abarth Punto
Type
Petrol
Model
Mar, 2016
Milage
3000
INR. 2,00,00.00
Fiat Linea Classic
Type
Petrol
Model
Jun, 2015
Milage
13000
INR. 2,00,00.00
Fiat Linea
Type
Diesel
Model
Feb, 2017
Milage
3000
INR. 2,00,00.00
Fiat Avventura
Type
Diesel
Model
, 0
Milage
6000
INR. 2,00,00.00
Fiat Urban Cross
Type
Diesel
Model
, 0
Milage
5000
INR. 2,00,00.00

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History[edit]

Fiat brand in India was earlier represented through a Joint Venture company called Fiat India Automobiles Pvt Ltd., FIAPL (Name changed to Fiat India Automobiles Ltd., FIAL later) founded in the year 1997 with Fiat S.p.A and Tata Motors as the two partners coming together to produce cars for both brands in a plant set up through joint investments at Ranjangaon, in Pune district of Maharashtra. The board of directors for this company comprises five nominees each from Fiat and Tata.[1] Another key interest area for the Tata-Fiat JV is the production of the 1.3 Multijet engine and corresponding powertrains common to a number of both the Tata & Fiat brand cars in India like Fiat Palio, Fiat Grande Punto, Fiat Linea, Fiat Aventura, Fiat Urban Cross, Tata Vista and Tata Manza.[2][3]

Even today the Tata Fiat JV plant operates under the FIAL name, as an independent entity and it produces Fiat & Tata brand cars for FCAIPL (Fiat India NSC) & Tata Motors respectively. The company presently employs about 2600 employees. It also undertakes contract manufacturing of engines for Maruti Suzuki India Ltd & Premier Automobiles. Premier Automobiles uses this engine for their compact SUV Premier Rio and the Suzuki cars that used Fiat 1.3 Multijet engines in Indian market include – Ritz, Swift, Swift DZire, SX4 & Ciaz, S-Cross, Vitara Brezza, Baleno.

Prior to this, Fiat used to sell the 1100124 and Uno in India, manufactured under licence by Premier Automobiles Limited.

Manufacturing facilities[edit]

FIat has a manufacturing plant at RanjangaonMaharashtra, which has an installed capacity to produce 135,000 cars and engines, besides aggregates and components. The company plans to double the production capacity for both car units and engines in the next few years. The car plant manufactures both Fiat and Tata cars, the latest additions in 2014 are the Fiat Linea facelift, Fiat Punto EvoTata Zest and Fiat Avventura. Engine manufacturing at Ranjangaon plant was the 1.2 litre Fire petrol, the 1.4 litre Fire naturally aspired and T-Jet turbocharged version and the small 1.3 litre Multijet diesel. In 2017 FCA planned to start production of the right hand drive version of the new Jeep Compass to launch on 15 June 2017 at 15 Lakhs. [4]

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