Fiat Grand Siena 2013
Fiat has released official pictures and details about the new generation model of Siena (now called the United Siena), whose photographs in recent months has attracted much attention. Besides a new look, new Fiat Grand Siena and is characterized by large size (length 4290 mm, width 1700 mm, height 1507 mm, wheelbase 2511 mm), a spacious interior with quality materials and larger trunk (520 liters now), and the announced increased security and greater choice of equipment.
Customers of new Fiat Grand Siena will be able to choose between the 1.4L engine and 1.6L with 88KS 117KS (and perhaps later with 1.8L), and will initially be available version:
- Attractive Grand Siena 1.4
- Grand Siena Tetrafuel 1.4
- Essence Grand Siena 1.6 16V
- Essence Dualogic Grand Siena 1.6 16V
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