The 2015 Jeep Renegade, a subcompact crossover from Jeep's owner Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, won't go on sale for a few more months--although it's now in dealerships in Europe. The littlest Jeep will add incremental sales in North America, although its main markets are likely to be Asia and Europe. But while it shares its underpinnings with the Fiat 500X crossover utility that will be officially unveiled at the Paris Motor Show this week, the two vehicles are expected to appeal to different buyer groups. DON'T MISS: 2016 Fiat 500X Crossover To Be Officially Launched On July 4 In fact, suggests...
2016 Fiat 500X Crossover To Be Officially Launched On July 4
While the Chrysler portion of the newly constituted Fiat Chrysler Automobile company moves ahead on its revised product plan, there will be a new Fiat coming soon as well. The long-awaited 2016 Fiat 500X crossover utility vehicle, with available all-wheel drive, will be unveiled on July 4th...John Voelcker
2013 Fiat 500X: Previewed On Video, Full Details Soon?
It's just 18 seconds of video, but a clip from Italy appears to show the first clear details of yet another upcoming Fiat model to help the brand return to volume sales in the U.S. market. Posted on Tuesday, the video shows what is almost surely a Fiat 500X crossover. This new model is the...John Voelcker
Fiat 500L-Based Crossover Coming In 2013: Report
Fiat, like MINI, realizes that small isn’t for everyone, which is why the Italian automaker recently announced the four-door Fiat 500L for the U.S. market. It turns out that the 500L won’t be the only model built on a widened version of Fiat’s Punto platform, as Fiat is reportedly...Kurt Ernst