Fiat Punto Evo Pure Launched In India Priced At ₹ 4.92 Lakh

The new Fiat Punto Evo Pure replaces the Punto Pure and becomes the most affordable Fiat car in India. It only comes in one petrol variant and replaces the Punto Pure that was launched in India last year.

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Highlights

  • The Fiat Punto Evo Pure replaces the Punto Pure
  • Design and styling of the car remains similar to the regular Punto Evo
  • It comes in only one petrol engine option - the 1.2-litre FIRE engine

Fiat Punto EVO Pure, is the newest addition from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in the Punto family. Launched at ₹ 4.92 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) the car replaces the Fiat Punto Pure which was launched last year at the 2016 Auto Expo. It is currently the most affordable offering from the Italian carmaker in India and it will be available only in one variant and comes in only one engine option - 1.2-litre petrol. This has helped Fiat to cut down the price and make it its entry level offering in the country.

Fiat Punto Evo

5.82 Lakh * On Road Price (New Delhi)
Fiat Punto Evo

Announcing the launch of the new Punto Evo Pure, Kevin Flynn, President and Managing Director, FCA India said, "With the Punto EVO Pure, our entry-level offering in the Fiat portfolio becomes stronger. Customers have always appreciated Fiat's design, styling and on-road dynamics and now with the Punto EVO Pure they can own a great looking hatchback at exceptional value."

Under the hood, the Fiat Punto Evo Pure features the carmaker's 1.2-litre FIRE petrol engine that delivers a maximum power of 67 bhp at 6000 rpm and develops a peak torque of 96 Nm at 2500 rpm. Transmission duties are handled by a five-speed manual gearbox as standard. Other features include a hydraulic power steering along with a well-tuned suspension, which Fiat says makes the car capable of handling the bumpy roads while not sacrificing on comfort.

In terms of looks, there are no changes made to the car's exterior or its cabin. Up front, the Punto Evo Pure comes with Fiat's signature 'Reindeer' headlamps with black plastic cladding on the grille along with a wide airdam and large foglamp enclosure with chrome surround on each side. The Punto Evo Pure gets steel wheels with full wheel caps, black ORVMs and door handle. The cabin comes with black interiors and fabric seat covers. The car's instrumentations include Digital Clock, Digital Odometer, Digital Trip meter, Distance to Empty Indicator, to name a few.

With the Fiat Puto Evo Pure, the company is also offering 3 year warranty with service intervals of 15000km to its customers.

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