Fiat 242 was a van which was produced by Fiat in the 1970s. This van was the result of a cooperation with Citroën and was sold under the name Citroën C35 in France which lasts even today despite the Citroën itself is part of PSA Group.
It was not only produced as 242, but also as Citroën C35. He had a good success, especially in the motherland, thanks to his skills extreme ruggedness and reliability. A little 'less good for the body, particularly subject to rust. In France collected success with the French trademark.
Among its other qualities were the cargo plan the carrying out very regular and with a reduced height above the ground, aspects which allowed a good use of the load. The model was also used in configurations, drawing versions for public transport and leisure with adaptation to campers.
The Diesel Engines were derived from Citroen.
Between the'70s and'80s dominated the market for means light in Italy by dividing the success almost alone with his predecessor Fiat 238 and Ford Transit.
Its production ended in 1987, replaced by Fiat Ducato, while in France the production of "cousin" C35 continued until 1992, then transferred to the Polish FSO produced as "Lublin" and with some aesthetic modifications.
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|Small family car||1100||128||Ritmo||Tipo|
|Large family car||1500||125||132||Argenta||Croma I|
|Coupé / Roadster||Dino / 124 Sport Spider||124 Sport Spider|
|Sports car||850 Spider||X1/9|
|Panel van||Fiorino I||Fiorino II|
|Compact MPV||600 Multipla|
|Van||600 T||850 T||900 T|
|1100 BLR / ELR / I / T||238|
|Off-road||Campagnola (1101)||Campagnola (1107)|
|*Rebadged Iveco model|