New Fullback joins

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Fiat Fullback Cross, 2017, front
Fiat Fullback Cross, 2017, rear

FIAT is expanding its Fullback pick-up range and has released details of the top specification 4x4 Cross version which is priced from £26,495 excluding VAT for the 2.4-litre 180bhp six-speed manual.

The Fullback Cross features style details such as an aerodynamic textured black sport bar, a front grille with black ingots, a satin silver skid plate, rear view mirrors, handles, wheel arches and 17-inch wheels with matt black finish plus side steps finished in black.

Standard equipment on the Fullback Cross includes a rear differential lock, bi-xenon headlights, LED lights, dual-zone automatic climate control, cruise control, rear parking sensors, soft tailgate opening and leather seats and steering wheel.

The front seats are also heated, with electric adjustment on the driver's side.

In addition it features a seven-inch touchscreen incorporating a DAB radio with sat nav and Bluetooth connectivity.

It also comes with seven airbags, electronic stability control, trailer stability assist, lane departure warning, hill start assist and ultrasonic parking sensors which are activated when reverse gear is engaged.

The Fiat pick-up is fitted with a 2.4-litre common-rail turbodiesel engine developing 180bhp and offers two transmissions - a manual six-speed or automatic five-speed. The latter has steering wheel paddles for manual operation and costs from £27,895.

The Fullback Cross is available in double cab configuration with a length of 5.28 metres, width of 1.81 metres and height of 1.78 metres.

The wheelbase is 3.0 metres and the Cross is able to transport up to 1.1 tonnes and tow 3,100 kg.

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