8 Mayıs 2009 Cuma

2010 Fiat Croma

The new Fiat Croma makes its debut, the Station Wagon as Fiat sees it, a car full of innovation and substance, with new styling and a more rational range. It can boast both second generation Multijet engines and a lavish array of comfort, safety and infotainment equipment.

    The new Fiat Croma is a benchmark for its segment, with an amazingly roomy interior, and an excellent level of 'well-being on board' however long your journey is, thanks to equipment worthy of a flagship that is now the standard outfit, and above all for the original 'styling' formula inherited from the previous model - the 'Comfort Wagon' concept - that makes it, once more, the roomiest car in its segment.

    With its even more dynamic look, the new Fiat Croma immediately communicates a new approach to the car. It was designed to meet the needs of European society, where there is a growing trend among 'new families' (young families with children) to pay more attention to substance, and to demand safety and reliability from the family car: all at an accessible price. Which is why the new model is ideal for people who need space, practicality and low running costs during the week for professional reasons, and demand a good-looking, comfortable, safe station wagon for their free time, to that they can travel with the whole family in complete peace of mind.

    Revamped dynamic exterior styling

    With its elegant, distinctive styling, the new Fiat Croma is even more dynamic thanks to a number of styling changes introduced by the Fiat Style Centre. To start with, consistent with the Fiat 'family feeling' introduced with the Grande Punto and reiterated on the Bravo, the front of the new Fiat Croma features original drop-shaped headlights with distinctive Italian styling, highlighted by a stylish burnished finish; the design of the front air inlet and the grille with its wide links and Crome Shadow painting, is also new.

    There is a new rear bumper, very similar to an air extractor, which gives the car a sportier look, and the same dynamism conveyed in the side view by the new light clusters, together with the wings, rear spoiler and new sideskirts. Last but not least, the model's elegant look is underlined by the combination of polished black pillars with new chrome detailing on the window frames and rubbing strips.

    The interior of the car has also received a number of styling changes that underline the typically Italian refinement (new cloth or leather upholstery for the seats and an original Wenghe-effect treatment of the mouldings) as well as a new steering wheel and a richer, more elegant instrument panel.

    Class-beating access and roominess

    The new Fiat Croma is available with one bodywork version, which is one of the roomiest in its class; 478 centimetres long, 177 wide, 160 tall, and with a wheelbase of 270 cm, measurements that translate into an extraordinary amount of space inside.

    The model's distinguishing features are the generous amount of headroom for passengers, and the space between the seats (the best in its category), while the raised driving position guarantees excellent control over the road and better exterior visibility, even for rear passengers.

    Thanks to the flat floor and the raised front and rear H points, it is extremely easy to get in and out of the car. What is more, the new model has one of the largest glazed areas in its market bracket (3.254 m2), and guarantees excellent acoustic and vibrational comfort, thanks to painstaking analysis of the passenger compartment and specific suspension calibration.