2016 Fiat Aegea Redesign, Release and Changes

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2016 Fiat Aegea Redesign

The 2016 Fiat Aegea is the name of the upmarket sedan that will assume office in place of the obsolete Linea and Bravo in the international markets. The stylish car was unveiled at the ongoing Istanbul Motor Show in Turkey today.

The brand has chosen the 2015 Istanbul Motor Show, thus reiterating the importance the Turkish market holds within FCA strategies and sealing the equal share joint venture first begun in 1968 between what was then the Fiat Group and Koc Holding.

It stands to reason that FCA should assign a primary role to this model with which it aims to increase its presence in the EMEA region, as well as reinforcing its unrivalled leadership in the Compact Sedan segment in Turkey, thanks to its excellent interior roominess and load capacity, a very complete range and a style that allows no compromises.

The new Fiat model comes into the world as a unique combination of comfort, efficiency and technology. With the added touch of the exclusive Italian design that delivers a quality project with the proportions of a pure and powerful sedan.

2016 Fiat Aegea Price

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2016 Fiat Aegea Specs

The Honda City rival has a refreshing style which oozes elegance and dynamism. Though we love the 500’s, it feels heartening to see a car with fresh design language from Fiat after a long time. The sedan is characterized by a new hexagonal black grille which is invaded by the interesting headlamps. The bonnet with pronounced central ridge which continues along the roof is a nice touch.

Interior however has certain amount of familiarity with the 500 model series but that’s not a bad thing at all. The black dasboard houses a chunky steering wheel, a stylish instrument binnacle with an MID display, a UConnect infotainment system (with Bluetooth, USB, Ipod, Voice command) on the centre console and low-mounted centre AC vents and controls. The dashboard is horizontally bifurcated by a silver insert.

Often Sedan vehicles are a spin off of the hatchback with a third volume added, which can lead to overall shapes that are not always coherent. The new Fiat car, on the other hand, was “Born to be a Sedan” and therefore features a design project that integrates the various sections by means of natural flowing lines which create a real, uncompromised, vigorous compact sedan.


In the true Fiat style, the new sedan is provided with a number of ingenious solutions that improve the life of both the driver and the passengers. The proof of this lies in the many standard features and the availability of the Uconnect TM system equipped with a 5″ colour touch screen, a hands-free Bluetooth system, audio streaming, text reader and voice recognition, AUX and USB ports with iPod integration, steering wheel controls and, on request, a rear parking camera and TomTom sat nav.

Seen from the side, a distinctive line runs from the headlights to the rear light clusters and the glazing creates a dynamic appearance conferring an idea of airiness and ample access spaces for driver and passengers. Exclusive Italian style is finely expressed in the rear where the harmoniously proportioned third box hosts bright light cluster surrounds. The front end is characterised by a captivatingly shapely bonnet with central ribbing stretching up to the roof to create a continuous line. Similarly, the grille is a single element with the light clusters. Intercalated chrome-effect accents which form an original, unmistakable graphic pattern on which the Fiat logo is proudly sported.

In terms of engine options, the Aegea will be powered by four units including two MultiJet II diesel and two petrol units with power output ranging from 95 PS to 120 PS. Transmission options will include manual and automatic gearboxes while the most fuel efficient variant will be returning a figure of 25 km/l. Fiat chose to premiere the Aegea in Istanbul since the four-door sedan will be built at its Tofas facility in Bursa, Turkey that has a capacity of 4 lakh units and will be exporting to 40 different markets across Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Measuring 4.5 metres in length, 1.78 metres in width and 1.48 metres in height, the Fiat Aegea sports a wheelbase of 2.64 metres and has a healthy luggage capacity of 510-litres. The exteriors are nothing short of stunning with the bold new grille, nicely sculpted hood along with a strong shoulder line that extends to the rear and has hints of the 2015 Chrysler 200 as well. The rear features the curvaceous tail light cluster and looks flamboyant while keeping the right proportions. The automaker states that the Aegea was designed at the FCA Style Centre and developed with a team of 2000 people in Turkey over three years.

2016 Fiat Aegea Engine

A perfect marriage of beauty and function, the new Fiat Egea project knowingly brings together great load capacity and compact dimensions of a sedan 4 and half metres long, 178 centimetres wide and 148 cm high with a wheelbase of 264 cm that heightens its excellent interior space. All this is confirmed by the very appreciable size of the passenger compartment, large enough to seat 5 well built passengers comfortably with a load capacity of over 510 litres.

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