Fiat Professional launches the full-range version of the Fullback, called CrossAutomotive News
The drive system of this pick-up supports four different modes, including the rear differential lock.
Fiat Professional has launched the Cross version of the Fullback, which becomes the top of the pick-up range of the brand. The exterior design of the vehicle calls attention to specific details, such as the exclusive roll bar, aerodynamic and textured black, front grille and rearview mirrors, as well as door handles, wheel arches and rims of 43.2 cm (17 “), all in a matt black finish.
The equipment includes as standard bi-xenon headlights, LED daytime running lights, bi-zone automatic climate control, cruise control and seats and leather steering wheel. The front seats are also heated and have an electric adjustment on the driver’s side. The list is completed with the navigation system with 7 “touch screen, DAB radio, CD / MP3 player, Bluetooth and USB port. In addition, it has seven standard airbags (including airbag for the driver’s knees), electronic stability control, trailer stability assistant, lane departure warning (LDW) and hill start assistance.
The traction system supports four different modes, including the rear differential lock. Activating a button switches from two-wheel drive mode to full-wheel drive with Torsen center differential for off-road use. In addition, Fullback Cross offers the option of a reducer and mechanical locking of the rear differential. The vehicle can transport up to 1.1 tons and tow 3,100 kg.
Under the hood has opted for a turbo diesel engine of 2.4 liters and 180 hp with a torque of 430 Nm at 2,500 rpm and variable valve distribution, combinable with two changes: six-speed manual or five-speed automatic.
11/15/2017 – ALL TRANSPORTATION (Translation Soft)