Fiat Punto Evo, a model that was first introduced on the market in 2005, received a major facelift in India.
Even if the model is already nine years old, the Italian manufacturer continues to offer him in emerging markets like India.
The revised Punto Evo receives a different front fascia, with new headlights and bumper, new grille, new alloy wheels and different taillights.
Inside the cabin, Fiat replaced some materials and addopted an interior that resembles the one we see on Linea sedan.
The new Punto Evo comes with two gasoline engines: a 1.2 liter unit with 68 hp, and a more powerful 1.4 liter with 90 hp. Those who are opting for a diesel will find the classic 1.3 liter Multijet, available with two power options: 76 or 93 hp. All the engines are mated to a five speed manual gearbox.
The equipment list is now even longer with electrically adjustable mirrors, front & rear power windows, tilt steering, 60:40 folding rear seat and trip computer, dual front airbags and ABS with electronic brake force distribution.