Fiat Launches Panda City Cross With Its Brand New Look!

Jul 05, 2017 05:32 AM EDT | Gerone Trish

The new Fiat Panda City Cross has been included in the Panda range. The new mini SUV boasts of its brand new look.

The design of the new 4x4 comes rugged with its similar grille style from Cross model. It also comes with body-colored front and rear skid plates.

Moreover, the side moldings, which has the Cross badge, appear to have been raised. Whereas, the paint of the roof-rails matches the color of the mirrors and handles.

Looking at the cockpit the new Panda City Cross carries the latest Uconnect radio. It also has audio streaming, MP3 player USB and AUX-in ports, voice recognition system and Bluetooth.

The ride will be more enjoyable as passengers can use whatever apps they prefer while connected to the car. The Uconnect also features playlist, maps, temperature control and find my car.

Under the hood, the new Panda runs with a 1.2-liter petrol engine that can deliver 69 hp and 102 Nm of torque. It can accelerate from 0-62 mph in 14.5 seconds with top speed of 96 mph.

It claims 129 g/km CO2 emissions with Euro 6 engine emissions level. It also has combined cycle consumption of 51.4 mpg. In addition, the  has a 5-speed manual transmission.

The new mini SUV has been designed to effectively reduce fuel consumption. When the car is at a halt, the engine also stops. It also comes with a Gear Shift Indicator (GSI) that alerts the driver when to change gear.

With regard to safety, the new model has six airbags for more protection. It also has automatic climate control, dashboard and seats with eco-leather trims.

Buyers who wish to avail of the upgraded variant can take the Pack Style Cross. It comes with body-colored door mirror covers, ultrashine silver front and rear skid plates, ultrashine roof rails, and ultrashine side moldings.

Furthermore, the upgraded variant has two red front tow hooks. The dashboard has been painted with brown while the seats have fabric upholstery with eco-leather trims.

Check out below  showing the new Fiat Panda City Cross in action. The interiors can also be spotted in the clip.

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