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Fiat Fullback
Fiat Fullback Double Cab LX Launch Edition 2.4 Multijet 180 4WD – Frontansicht, 11. September 2016, Düsseldorf.jpg
Manufacturer Fiat
Also called Mitsubishi L200
Mitsubishi Triton (Australia and Israel)
Ram 1200 (UAE)
Mitsubishi Strada (Philippines)
Production 2016–present
Assembly Thailand: Laem Chabang (Mitsubishi Thailand)
Body style(s) 2-door pickup
4-door pickup
Engine(s) 2.4 L Diesel
Transmission(s) 6-speed manual
5-speed automatic
Length 5295–5305 mm
Width 1,815 mm (71.5 in)
Height 1,775 mm (69.9 in)
Curb weight 1,915–1,950 kg (4,220–4,300 lb)

The Fiat Fullback is a pickup truck from the Italian automobile manufacturer Fiat. The vehicle is practically identical to the fifth generation of the Mitsubishi L200, from which the engines also originate.

Since the sales start in June 2016, the Fullback is available in an extensive Launch Edition. The result of a collaboration agreement between the Italian manufacturer Fiat and the Japanese Mitsubishi, signed in 2014. It is assembled since 2016 in Laem Chabang by Mitsubishi Motors Thailand.[1] It's marketed for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA], and was premiered at the Dubai International Motor Show on November 10th, 2015. The Fullback is only sold in the EMEA markets (and Chile) as in the Fiat South American market already produces a range of pick-ups, which are not exported elsewhere, like the Fiat Toro (similar in size to Fullback but based on the monocoque chassis of the Jeep Renegade (BU) with more car setup). Being a rebadged Mitsubishi L200, the changes affect only the front grille and some interior finishing specifications for the model, as well as customisations by Mopar.

The Fullback for the European market are marketed in rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive with a aluminum 2.4-liter DI-D Mitsubishi diesel engine, available in two power variants from 150 to 180 PS.

On the Middle East and Africa markets the model will be marketed in the 4x2 version with a 2.4-liter gasoline engine with 16 valves always Mitsubishi with 132 PS and a 2.5 liter diesel in two power versions of 110 and 178 PS.

Like most of its competitors, the Fullback offers a complete range of four configurations: "Single Cab", "Extended Cab", "Double Cab" and "Frame"), and three trim levels. All versions have the same height (1780 mm), width (1815 mm) and wheelbase (3000 mm); the length varies depending on the configuration: 5155 mm for the version "Single Cab", 5275 mm for a cabin "extended version" and 5285 mm for pick-up to "double cab".


Specifications Edit

Model 2.4 2.4
Construction period since 06/2016
Number of cylinders 4
Displacement (cm³) 2442
Max. power (kW/PS) 113/154 @ 3500 133/181 @ 3500
Max. torque (Nm) 380 @ 1500–2500 430 @ 2500
Drive rear wheel drive or optional all wheel drive
Transmission 6-speed manual
Transmission (optional) 5-speed automatic
Top speed (km/h) 169 179 [177]*
Acceleration (0-100 km/h) 12,2 s 10,2 s
Combined consumption (l/100 km) 6,9 D 6,4 D [7,2 D]*
Fuel capacity 75
Emission standard Euro 5+

* * Information in brackets for automatic version

References Edit

  1. Fiat will launch Fullback into expanding pickup market: Fiat will launch Fullback into expanding pickup market, accessdate: 11. January 2017

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