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Fiat launches Punto EVO Pure at a price of Rs 4.92 lakh

20 April 2017, 02:19 | Justin Tyler

Fiat launches Punto EVO Pure at a price of Rs 4.92 lakh

Fiat Punto Evo Pure Launched At INR 5.13 Lakh

Called the Punto EVO Pure, this variant has been introduced at a price of Rs. 4.92 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) and is a replacement of the Punto Pure.

Kevin Flynn, President and Managing Director, FCA India said, "With the Punto EVO Pure, our entry-level offering in the Fiat portfolio becomes stronger".

Inside, the Punto EVO Pure boasts space for five people. On the exterior, the EVO Pure gets Fiat's signature "Reindeer" headlamps and body coloured bumpers. However, the story this time isn't known yet.

Pure is now part of the Evo family. It claims mileage figures of 15.8kmpl with this engine.


Under the hood, the Punto EVO Pure will pack 1.2-litre FIRE petrol engine, which is tuned to churn out 68hp of power at 6000rpm, and peak torque of 96Nm at 2500rpm.

Of late, the carmaker isn't doing really well in the domestic market courtesy its limited after-sales service. It will be the most affordable vehicle in the Italian maker Fiat's line-up for the Indian market. Other features include a hydraulic power steering along with a well-tuned suspension, which Fiat says makes the auto capable of handling the bumpy roads while not sacrificing on comfort.

Fiat offers the Punto Evo in the Active, Dynamic and Emotion trims as well with the Emotion being the top-spec vehicle. The engine is matched to a five speed manual transmission sending power to the front wheels. The car's instrumentations include Digital Clock, Digital Odometer, Digital Trip meter, Distance to Empty Indicator, to name a few.



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