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Fiat Strada

1996 Fiat Strada Mk.I
Fiat Strada
Manufacturer: Fiat Auto S.p.A.
Production: 1996 – present
Class: supermini pickup truck
Body Styles: 2 door Pickup
Shares components with: Fiat Palio

Fiat Siena Fiat Albea

Engines: FIRE Engines
1.2 16v, 1.4 8v
Fiassa Engines
1.3 8v, 1.5 8v
Torque
1.6 16v
Powertrain
1.8 8v
JTD
1.9 8v
TurboDiesel
1.7 8v TD
Similar models: Chevrolet Montana
Ford Courier
Volkswagen Saveiro
This article refers to a 1990s–2000s commercial vehicle. For the 1970s–1980s small car of this name, see Fiat Ritmo.


The Fiat Strada is a supermini pickup truck version of the Fiat Automobiles' "world car" project, Palio. It is produced in Brazil and exported from Betim, Minas Gerais to the European Union, where it is sold as Fiat Strada Malibu.


1996 Mk.I Strada

Launched in 1996 in Brasil, as the "cargo member" of the '178 Project'. The Strada was born to replace the City, a pickup version of the Fiorino, based on the Fiat Uno. The Strada features a maximum loading capacity of 700kg and a cargo-space of 1770 mm x 1314 mm.


2001 Mk.II Strada

In 2001 the model has the first facelift. The new design was made by the italian design-guru Giorgetto Giugiaro. The facelift includes a new front and interior. The Mk.II series marks the debut of an extended cab version. In 2002, Fiat do Brasil launches the first version of a Fiat Strada Adventure, with offroad looks.


2004 Mk.III Strada

The new Mk.III comes in 2004. It has a new front, and interior design taken from the Palio and also designed byGiorgetto Giugiaro. This is the year of the second version of the Strada Adventure, with the same features of the Weekend Adventure. It is offered in Europe with the relatively modern 1.9 JTD Diesel engine.

See also: Fiat Ritmo/Strada US model

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1980 Fiat Strada



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Ducato I Ducato II Ducato III
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Off-road Campagnola (1107)
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