NA speculates that the Fiat Argo Drive 1.0 will have standard air conditioning, electric steering with City function, front windows and electric locks, dual airbag, ABS, rear wiper and steel wheels with hubcaps. It is expected that the 1.0 Firefly engine has the same outputs seen in Mobi and Uno, that is, delivering up to 77 hp and 106.89 Nm.
Fiat released the first images of the Fiat Argo in the top-of-the-line HGT grade last week, and now Quatro Rodas has published images of the entry-level Fiat Argo from the streets.
Leaked brochure scans from local websites reveal that the Fiat Argo in Brazil comes in three grades: Drive, Precision and HGT. Fiat Argo buyers will choose from a total of seven mechanical configurations, three in the Drive grade, and two each in the Precision and HGT.
Fiat Argo Variants
LED daytime running lights, 17-inch alloy wheels, power exterior mirrors, colour multifunction display, three-spoke multifunction steering wheel, paddle shifters, cruise control, Uconnect infotainment system with a free-standing display, parking sensors, rear-view camera and keyless entry are some known features of the Fiat Argo.
Fiat will release the Argo in Brazil this month, and deliveries of the car are expected to commence in June. The Fiat Argo is made for the Latin America, and there is no official communication if it will sell away from the launch market.