Fiat Repair and Service
The Italian-based Fiat has a wider audience in Europe than in the United States, but its reputation for automotive excellence is world-wide. The European Car of the Year award was awarded to the Fiat Group twelve times between 1967 and 2008. Nine of which were won by Fiat Automobile models. Fuel efficient and environmentally friendly, Fiats are reputed to have some of the lowest average values for vehicle CO2 emissions. Distinctive in style with a flair for elegance, Fiats are a blend of innovation and class. You wouldn’t trust your world-class vehicle to just any mechanic. That’s why we’re here.
Not all shops are equipped to deal with European vehicles, but our highly-qualified technicians specialize in providing repair and maintenance services to Fiat vehicles. We understand that a high class car demands high class service, and our shop offers nothing but the best to customers who deserve nothing less.
Our focus extends beyond the nuts and bolts of your Fiat. Unlike other shops, we don’t just focus on the vehicle. From the moment you enter our door until you drive away, we strive to offer a superior customer experience.
500 (1957 - present)
The Fiat 500 is an icon in the automotive industry. It has offered electric, gasoline, or diesel engine options in the past, but it is strictly electric now. The Fiat 500 has become a statement of sustainability, as the inside has tons of recycled materials. Technology is standard within the 500, as the 7” TFT plays the dashboard role and works in harmony with a 10.25” Touch Screen Infotainment display.
124 Spider (1966 - present)
The Fiat 124 Spider is powered by a Fiat-designed and made turbocharged engine. The rear-wheel-drive vehicle had a 6-speed automatic transmission as well. The design of the Spider was based on the fourth-generation Mazda MX-5/Miata, but with changes to make it more of a Fiat.
Panda (1981 - present)
The Panda was first released in 1981 and was recently revived in 2011. The Panda offers 3 engine options: a 0.9L aspirated TwinAir, a 1.2L Fire Evo II, and a 1.3L Multijet. The Panda is a small car but has a spacious trunk and could comfortably accommodate 5 passengers. This version of the Panda is a two-wheel-drive vehicle.
Panda 4x4 (1986 - present)
Fiat built the Panda 4x4 on the same platform as the 500 and the Panda, but it features higher ground clearance and design parts such as the black underbody protection on the front bumper. The Panda 4x4 features specific fabric seats with a special design and eco-leather details. It had an all-wheel-drive system and featured a very low-range first gear to cope better with steep ramps.
Tipo 5 Doors (1988 - present)
The Fiat Tipo 5 Doors is a compact hatchback. It was a very practical vehicle with folding rear seats to increase cargo space when needed. It is a front-wheel-drive vehicle and has a 6-speed manual transmission. The tailgate sill of the Tipo 5 Doors is low and stepless which allows the driver to load the bulkiest of cargo.
Doblo (2001 - present)
The Doblo is a very practical vehicle as it is easy to drive, has great visibility, and a huge luggage area. The practicality matched with great styling as the Doblo has swept-back headlights, ascending beltline for the windows, and flared wheel arches. The Doblo had a choice between gas or diesel engine and in some markets, is available with CNG, or compressed natural gas.
500 Abarth (2008 - present)
The Fiat Abarth has undergone changes for the better. It has a new oversized air intake in the front bumper that improves cooling capacity by 18%. The interior features new color and materials, including a carbon-fiber trim. Lastly, the engine bay now hosts a 1.4L turbocharged engine that can really pack a punch.
Uno (2010 - present)
The Brazilian engineered Fiat Uno is a small hatchback that is available in a 3 or 5 door style. It has two engine options, a 1.0L, and a 1.4L, with each being connected to a five-speed manual gearbox. The Uno is currently only sold in several South American markets.
500e (2013- present)
The Fiat 500e is an electric mini hatchback that has a 24 kWh Lithium-Ion battery. It has a range of 87 miles and when combined, offers an efficiency rating of 116 MPGe. The motor is connected to a new single-speed gearbox that provides a calibrated gear reduction, lower electric motor input speed, and decreased battery usage.
500L Trekking (2013- present)
The character of the 500L is clear at glance with specially designed bumpers, front and rear protective shield, and a high ride for tackling tough road conditions. The high-tech fabric for the seats and trim features eco-leather inserts, making it a unique interior. The glazed windshield pillars ensured enhanced visibility and there are convenient storage compartments for all essential items you need for your drive.
500L Living (2013 - present)
The 500L Living was designed for bigger families as it is almost 20cm longer and the rounded shape gives it even more room. The 0.9 TwinAir 6MT engine is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission. The 500L Living is considered to be the most compact 7-seater on the market that also offers great handling and agility.
Panda Cross (2014 - present)
The Panda Cross is a tougher version of the Panda 4x4. It is fitted with a big skid plate, new bumpers with plastic moldings and new LED daytime running lights. The interior features things such as a new copper color for the dashboard with blue titanium shades and a steering wheel with shortcut buttons. The Panda Cross comes with a “torque on demand” transmission system with two differentials and one electronically controlled coupling that offers three terrain settings.
500X (2015 - present)
The new Fiat 500X has a revamped exterior that features all-new LED headlights. Redesigned front and rear bumpers and new wheel designs and exterior colors make the Fiat 500X stand out amongst the crowd. Under the hood is the first Fiat to feature the all-new Firefly turbocharged engine, a cleaner engine that still produces power.
Tipo (2015 - present)
After two decades of absence, the Tipo returned in 2015. The Tipo sedan has narrow headlights, a 3D grille, and a stylish look that other competitors can’t match. It has seating for 5 and a 5” infotainment screen that offers tons of fun. The 1.4L 6MT engine combines with a 6-speed manual transmission and front-wheel drive to offer a fantastic driving experience.
Tipo Station Wagon (2016 - present)
The Fiat Tipo family gained another member in 2016 with this Station Wagon variant. The 1.4L 6MT engine is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission that gives the Station Wagon a punch. The coupeish shape gives the Station Wagon a generous amount of cargo space as well.
Fullback (2016 - present)
The Fullback pickup truck is a workhorse that comes with an extended cab and a longer bed. The Fullback features cloth upholstery for the base trim level with leather seats and aluminum inserts are fitted as standard on the upper trim levels. Under the hood, a 2.4L turbo diesel engine is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission.
500L Urban (2017 - present)
The Fiat 500L Urban is a four-door Fiat that provides a bit more space for rear passengers and cargo. The 500L Urban has a 0,9L 6MT engine and a 6-speed manual transmission. Standard features available in the 500L Urban include traction and stability control, hill-assist, a rearview camera, and rear parking sensors.
Panda City Cross (2017 - present)
The Fiat Panda City Cross is a compact hatchback with body-colored front and rear bumper inserts and contrasting black door mirror caps, roof bars, and door handles. It is available in front-wheel drive and is combined with a 1.2L petrol engine. The interior of the Panda City Cross features a grey dashboard fascia with matte black instrument panel inserts.
500 3+1 (2020 - present)
The Fiat 500 3+1 is very similar to the regular Fiat 500 but with small changes here and there. Standard LED headlights were half-round with “eyebrows” on the hood and a pair of circles for daytime running lights to decorate the bumper’s upper corners. The most significant difference is that there is a door and a half on the passenger side. The rear one is rear-hinged to provide easier access for the bench in the back.
Tipo Cross (2020 - present)
The Fiat Tipo Cross is an SUV Crossover that offers a more adventurous look compared to other Tipos. The 1.0L GSE T3 engine offers higher torque at lower revs than its 1.4L counterpart. The Tipo Cross received a facelifted model that features full-LED headlights and taillights along with a new suspension that offers more ground clearance.
126 (1972 - 2000)
This mini car was produced in Poland and as a result, was named the Polski Fiat. This model was fairly similar to the Fiat 500, which was almost 18 years old when the 126 was released, in terms of the wheelbase and the mechanical aspects, however, the body shell was fully redesigned. That being said, this car was still a 4-passenger car that was rear-engined. This model was priced fairly low and became a popular car in Poland thus being upgraded and produced until 2000 due to its success. This model was a 4-speed manual and took 41 seconds to go from 0-100kph.
Mille (1983 - 2013)
The Fiat Mille is a mini hatchback that is known as the entry-level version of the Fiat Uno in South America. The Mille Economy and the Mille Way are offered with a small 1.0-liter engine that has 65hp. This vehicle is continued to be manufactured in regions such as Argenta, Brazil, Morocco, etc. The Mille Way is made for the country’s unpaved roads.
Punto Cabrio (1994 - 1999)
This convertible was one of the cheapest convertibles in the world in that time period. This model was designed by Bertone. The windscreen pillars were built tough in order to withstand more than twice the car's weight just in case of a rollover. It had a full retracting roof that was electrically powered and the European market also had the option of a manual roof. At first, the Punto was powered by a 1.6-liter MPi unit that produced 90 hp which was later replaced by a punchy 1.2-liter 16v unit that developed 86 hp. This car had decent legroom in both the front and rear cabin.
Brava (1995 - 2001)
This car is within the same range as the Fiat Bravo and was created with the intention of replacing the Fiat Tipo. The Brava is a 5-door hatchback although styling wise the Bravo and Brava are fairly similar with the Brava differentiating itself through a modified bumper, extra doors, 3 piece stoplights, and a few other aspects. The engine line-up had all-new units, including a turbo-diesel. In 1996 a saloon and estate version were included in the lineup, but the model was discontinued in 2001.
Ulysse (2002 - 2007)
The Fiat Ulysse is a minivan that can safely and comfortably carry 7 passengers. This vehicle was part of an agreement with the PSA Group and as such the joint project was executed in such a way that the builds had few differences. Minus the two front seats, the rest of the seating could slide or be completely removed if the cargo area needed to be increased. Also, the instrument cluster was installed in the middle of the dashboard and anyone in the vehicle could read the speedometer. This model can accelerate from 0-100kpm in 11.2 seconds and has an FWD with a 5-speed manual gearbox. It offers a 19.1pmg city fuel economy with a 32.2mpg highway fuel economy.
Barchetta (2003 - 2005)
The Fiat Barchetta, a convertible car with a 1.8L 16V 5MT (130 HP) engine, was a facelift for the original 1995 model and still based on the Punto. Due to the bankruptcy of the initial manufacturer the product of the Barchetta was relocated to the Mirafiori plant. Due to this change, only left-hand cars were produced although these cars were also on right-hand drive markets. The facelift changed the interior and exterior of the car while leaving the engine intact. It has a 20.3 mpg city fuel economy and a 36.2 mpg highway fuel economy.
Multipla (2004 - 2010)
In 2004 Fiat gave the exterior of the car a major change due to it being criticized for its looks. The new Multipla had new headlights, a reprofiled hood, the bulge where the hood and the cabin met was removed, as such it had a generally more streamlined look. Though this car is on the smaller end, it could still fit 6 people while maintaining a roomy cabin and a large trunk size for the size of the vehicle. The interior did not receive major upgrades and looked a little dated, but it was still looking put together. The car's fuel economy was at 20.5mpg in the city and 31.4mpg on the highway.
Seicento (2004 - 2006)
The Fiat Seicento is a hatchback within the mini segment, and this model is the improved version of the Cinquecento. This car had great success as Fiat kept the good aspects and got rid of the flaws from predecessors, and gave the model the feeling of driving a blogger car. From the model variations available the Sporting was the most popular one being equipped with alloy wheels, sport seats, front fog lights, and a leather steering wheel. This vehicle is FWD and has a 5-speed manual gearbox.
600 (2005 - 2007)
The Seicento was renamed to be the 600 on the 50th anniversary of the initial Fiat 600 by the Italian carmaker. To honor the model the 2005 version had Fiat's design from 1955 and they introduced a special edition 50th anniversary model/ This model was a light tan color with unique markings on the sides and light-alloy wheels also with a special design and they had eight spokes. The upholstery was also special by being light beige and grey and having the Fiat logo printed on the seatbacks of the front seat. The 2005 600 featured a 1.1-liter four-pot engine, paired to a 5-speed manual.
Albea/Siena (2005 - 2012)
The Albea/Seina models started to appear when the budget sedan market in Europe evolved and carmakers started to offer different options. With the second generation of the Albea, changes were made in abundance but not quite enough for a new model. In a mission to make the biggest cargo space in its class, which was 515 liters, the Italians ended up making the rear so high that it limited rear visibility. Due to its small engine, this car was a great fit for markets where vehicles over 1.5 liters had high taxes. For this vehicle, the engine range had 5 units four of which were with gasoline and one was turbodiesel. The power for them ranged between 60 and 103 hp. Only a manual transmission was available and it was geared for fuel-efficiency.
Linea (2006 - 2015)
The Fiat Linea was a car that was released with the intent to replace the Marea. Its saloon is larger within the Fiat range and it was designed to attract consumers who are seeking a more sleek, elegant look to the exterior of the car. The interior of this model offered good quality materials and had a nice combination of colors. In this vehicle, the engines met the Euro 4 norm and they offered good performance while having wonderful fuel efficiency, it being 28.7mpg within the city and 46.1mpg on the highway. This car had good safety features and a well-designed suspension that enabled easy, precise steering. All in all, this model offered quite a few options while still being a good option for the money.
Stilo 3 Doors (2006 - 2007)
The Fiat Stilo is a hatchback in the compact car segment. It accelerated from 0-100kph in 12 seconds and is an FWD 6-speed manual. It got a similar facelift as the Fiat Stilo Multi Wagon with the exterior and interior. This vehicle was criticized for looking too German as it had an advanced design with a large open-top glass-roof and torsion-beam rear suspension in addition to other features.
Stilo Multi Wagon (2006 - 2010)
With this model, Fiat was trying to revive the Stilo range by making this car more affordable plus giving it a facelift so to say, and by having semi-independent suspension. Fiat installed a new grille that was a horizontal, silver slat with the badge, they painted the door-handles the same color as the body and changed the style of the D-pillars in addition to also using body-colored ones. On the interior of the car, Fiat changed the air vents and added aluminum trims that were plastic. The instrument cluster got white dials and the infotainment system received a color touch-screen. The base version featured a 1.4-liter four-mill engine and there was an option for the diesel version that was paired with a standard 5-speed manual or an optional 6-speed manual.
Bravo (2007 - 2010)
The Fiat Bravo was designed by the Fiat Style Center where CAD engineering and computer simulations were used to optimize performance. An overboost function in addition to the new engines was added and the availability of an Eco pack made it for better fuel consumption and lower CO2 emissions. This model accelerated from 0-100kph in 12.5 seconds and offered 27mpg city fuel economy and 42mpg highway fuel economy.
Qubo (2008 - 2019)
The Fiat Qubo is a light utility vehicle that was made to fit the narrow streets in historic cities. These cars were made with small engines but are also able to carry at least four passengers, with it being a 5-seat car, and also being very fuel-efficient. The model had a very short hood and a tall cabin. In order to pass safety regulations, the front had to feature a longer bumper. The sides featured rear sliding doors which provided easy access to the bench seat in the back. Due to foldable front passenger seats, objects up to 98” could be loaded into the car. As far as the engine went, the Qubo was available with small diesel and gasoline engines.
Sedici (2009 - 2014)
As a small SUV the Fiat Sedici has an acceleration of 0-100kph in 10.7 seconds and offers a city fuel economy of 25.6mpg and a highway fuel economy of 39.9mp. Inside of this vehicle, there was more sophisticated instrumentation, new fabrics, changed air vents, and new Euro 5-compliant engines. The engine was replaced by a more modern 2.0-liter Multijet engine 135 Ps and the petrol 1.6-liter engine got upgraded to have 120 PS while having lower fuel consumption. With its makeover, the Sedici received mirrors with turn signals and came with a metallic finish, a new Purple Rebel color was added, as well as other upgrades.
Idea (2010 - 2016)
This small MPV was good to move people in or around town while offering more interior room than its hatchback sibling the Punto. The European version had mild changes to the exterior changes, and they affected the bumpers and the headlights. Meanwhile, the Brazil version had its own visual identity. This model offered enough room for four adults and had a trunk space of 320 liters which could be further expanded to 1429 liters by folding the rear seats.
Palio (2011 - 2016)
This mini hatchback was manufactured at the same Betim assembly plant in Brazil as the “Novo” Uno. The Palio was sold with three engines: Fire 1.0 EVO and Fire 1.4 EVO which were with a five-speed manual gearbox, and a 1.6 16V E.torQwhich can be ordered with a five-speed “Dualogic” semi-automatic transmission. It came with three trim levels to be more accessible to a wider range of consumers.
500L (2012 - 2017)
The Fiat 500L, which was based on the Punto was a great car for a family by having plenty of interior room and having enough space for luggage. This model had many options for customization with options including a wide array of colors, different alloy wheels. And different interior trims. With its good grip and softer suspension, it was able to feel secure and maintain comfort. Four engines were offered for the model, 2 of them being diesel and 2 being petrol. The 1.4-liter petrol was the cheapest version buyers could get, however, the 1.3-liter diesel engine was the most efficient, having a reduced fuel consumption.
Palio Weekend (2012 - 2019)
The Fiat Palio Weekend was available in three versions: Attractive, Trekking, and Adventure, and it was the last generation for the Palio. The Attractive was a light version with standard suspension and built for normal roads, just like a regular street vehicle. The Trekking featured flared wheel-arches and a mild-rough look, but it had the same ground clearance as the Attractive. The top of the line was the Adventure which featured a higher ground clearance and tough-looking black plastic protection over the wheel-arches, side-sills, and front bumper. The Palio Weekend featured a 1.4-liter engine for the Attractive and Trekking and an exclusive 1.6-liter unit for the Adventure.
Punto 3 Doors (2012 - 2018)
This is the upgraded version of the Punto Evo and the main differences between the new model and its predecessors were the new trim levels, a couple of new technologies onboard, and lower CO2 emissions. There was no major design improvement. This vehicle is a FWD and has a 6-speed manual gearbox. It can accelerate 0-100kph in 12.7 seconds and offers front ventilated discs and rear drums.
Punto 5 Doors (2012 - 2018)
This small hatchback offers great fuel economy with it being 47mpg in the city and 61.9mpg on the highway. The 2012 Fiat Punto was the upgrade for the 2005 Fiat Punto Evo. In the 2012 model, there was an enhancement of the new front bumper that had a black mesh grille for the range. In the rear, the bumper was body-colored and it had new elongated fog and reversing lights. Interior-wise, the materials used for the fabrics were changed and there were additions to the equipment. As far as engines go, Fiat offered the TwinAir engine, and it also featured the 1.3-liter turbocharged diesel engine, which was shared with Opel.
Viaggio (2013 - 2017)x
Fiat Viaggio is the Chinese market version of the Dodge Dart. That being said, unlike the Dodge Dart it is only available with a 1.4-liter inline-four gasoline engine. Depending on the vehicle's grade it delivers either 120hp or 150hp and it can either be connected to a 5-speed manual gearbox or a six-speed dual dry clutch transmission. This model goes 0-100kph in 1-.5 seconds and is an FWD. It also has front ventilated discs and rear drums.
Freemont (2015 - 2018)
The Fiat Freemont is a mix of modern design meets utility. This model is a practical choice for large families that need space and versatility. There was a redesign to both the interior and the exterior of the model by featuring platinum chrome color inserts on the bumpers, refreshed front grille. 19-inch alloy wheels, new black leather seats, etc. This model also offered reduced fuel consumption and great safety by featuring an AWD system that intelligently transmitted the power to the rear when the grip was not good enough.
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