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well the style quotient is really high and that has been the strength of FIAT but they have to also strengthen their weak marketing, sales and after sales strategy. They have good product line but still the strategies has to be their to make the upcoming product more successful 

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Pics of this customised Fiat Argo Mopar Opening Edition have been circulating online. It features blue accenting in the lower bumper, Mopar symbol decal on the sides, 17-inch black alloy wheels, blue brake calipers, rear spoiler with blue painting on the lower portion, Fiat symbols in black and Fiat and Argo badges in black. inside, there’s blue stitching on the dashboard, steering wheel, seat covers and door panels and a blue stripe on the seat covers.















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High quality yet simple dashboard.... nice design from outside and also it seems that interiors are well designed, yet rear a/c vents are missing!! Alloys and headlights are eye catching. 

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Here are some images of the Fiat Argo Trekking, which is essentially a  crossover version of the Argo hatchback that is going to be launched in the Brazilian market. The car features raised suspension and body cladding. The car is powered by a 1.3-litre four-cylinder engine that can run on both ethanol and petrol. The engine produces 109hp and 139Nm of torque when it's on Ethanol. It is also paired to a 5-speed manual transmission. What do you guys think of the crossover hatchback? 



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