Discussion in 'Fiat India News' started by Sagz, Apr 17, 2014.
Fiat 500L Spotted in Ipswich UK in February 2014
Wow,if launched next year then this car would sell like hot cakes for Fiat.
Bring it on Fiat & plz bring 500XL next year.
So what would be ideal pricing for 500L. As 500 is costing around 18lac onroad it will be suicide for FIAT if they launch this model at above 10 lac segment.
Motorbeam guys claim if its produced here it will be priced from 9 lacs.
I think the upcoming 500 xl would have been a better choice. Currently Mini SUV - Renault's Duster is selling on avg 3300 & MPV- Maruti's Ertiga is selling 5000 unit per month & Toyota Innova 3500 Unit per month. Considering the MPV segment wider than Mini SUV segment. FIAT should launch 500 xl first to penetrate the market before 500 L. 7 seater will be instant hit.
this doesnt make sense 500l mpw will be ideal for indian market provided with ertiga pricing....are they really gonna lauch something other then punto and linea
Nice looking car. I have driven FIAT 500 in US and this was the most wonderful car that I drove while in US. BTW US version was smaller than the pic posted. Also Indian avtar looks far better than Swift.
New Punto itself should have been here by six months back itself and I am not sure what they have been testing on and on ! Better put this speculation to rest (Dobolo,500L) :uh.
datson without even functioning in india for more then 6 months is almost ready with a mpv, but this morons fiat hav no plans to launch in near future, shame on them..they cant recognize proper products for the market and even if they do they will take their own time to release them.... with such a management they dont deserve all this fan base...
Fiat is planning to launch a couple of new products including the Abarth 595 Competizione and Abarth Avventura.
The company might also launch a multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) - the 500L in the country, as the vehicle has been recently imported in India for research & development.
Source - NDTV Auto
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