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  1. Stated to be the replacement for Linea, The all new sedan Aegea has been caught without any disguise, and oh boy it looks like a typical Italian beauty !! Fiat fans, have fun
  2. Stated to be the replacement for Linea, The all new sedan Aegea has been caught without any disguise, and oh boy it looks like a typical Italian beauty !! Fiat fans, have fun
  3. passion for automobiles has been working inside me 24X7, that added with lots of free time resulted in this.1:18 scale model of Fiat Linea made out of thermocol and paper,completely hand crafted..
  4. Hi All Planning on getting a fiat linea classic. It comes with 195/70 R14 tires and steel rim. Active comes with 195/60 R15 And top end comes with 205/55 R16 The car would be used as a daily runner with weekend highway trips. Basically the first car to get out of the driveway for anything. From purely a functional perspective what is preferred for wheels and tyres. My thoughts are to upgrade to 15" or 16" guessing the car is better tested with them and more suited. Guessing 14" was only used to bring the price down. Thoughts? To upgrade and if so to what? Speed is not that big a factor, stability on high speeds, braking & handling are. Want to switch to alloys though keeping them as basic / stock looking as possible. OEM alloys are a bit expensive so trying to find alternatives as well.
  5. Fiat Linea facelift is bound for Indian auto industry by the last quarrter of 2013. Production of the new Linea is scheduled to start from Sep 2013, at their Ranjangaon facility near Pune. Specially tuned to the Indian market, 2013 Linea will receive a new front fascia with new bumpers and grille. It will also receive a new lip spoiler, restyled rear bumpers and tail lamps along with chrome fittings. Interiors have also to be upgraded and will be seen in lighter tones with premium looking upholstery while there are three layered dual colors seen on the dashboard. In Turkey, Linea possesses a 1.3 liter Multijet II diesel engine and a 1.4 liter Multiair petrol engine while buyers in India will have to wait even more as the MultiAir is not going to feature in the new Linea. The current Linea model in India, comes with a 1.4 liter turbocharged petrol engine offering 114 PS power and 207 Nm torque. In Turkey, Linea facelift is priced between TRL 35,950 (Rs 10,94 lakhs) to TRL 55,440 (Rs 16.86 lakhs). Linea did not get its deserved sales numbers in India. Sales suffered primarily due to not so premium sales and service network in India, which was under the Fiat-Tata joint venture. As per recent updates received, Fiat will now be setting up their own sales and service networks through Fiat Exclusive Sales and Service networks which will enable the company to provide more personalized services directly to their customers in the coming year. (Source : www.rushlane.com)