2023 Fiat Uno – The Uno nameplate is one of the most well-known in automotive history. It was introduced in 1983 as an urban dweller with front-wheel drive. There are three options: a three-door hatch, a five-door hatch, and a three-door panel van. The 127 was eventually replaced by the Novo Uno, which Fiat Chrysler makes in Brazil. This fellow was codenamed Tipo 3327 and ended production in 2021 with 250 copies of the Uno Ciao special Edition.
2023 Fiat Uno Review
The next-generation Fiat Uno, which was seen hiding under Opel Mokka panels and lots of camouflage, may be made in Poland along with two other subcompact crossovers from Jeep and Alfa Romeo. In December 2020, Tychy received 755 million Polish Zloty ($200 million), for three models with an all-electric drive. Tychy currently makes the Fiat 500, and Lancia Ypsilon.
What can you expect from the Fiat Uno, and the other B-segment crossovers in this segment? A 1.2-liter turbo engine has three cylinders and enough torque to suit this application. For the Mokka, a 1.5-liter turbo diesel engine is also available. A front-driven electric vehicle with a 50-kWh battery and a WLTP driving distance of 338 km (210 mi) is also available.
2023 Fiat Uno Release Date & Price
The Uno was originally expected to go into production in 2022. However, due to ongoing chip shortages and coronavirus woes, it could be delayed to 2023. You shouldn’t expect a cheerful and cheap utility vehicle when you look at the tentative pricing. The Mokka, an internal combustion engine-engined Mokka, starts at 20,590 euro ($22,980 at current rates), while the Mokka e costs 34,110 euro ($38,070) excluding the government’s generous EV incentive. The average German wage is 34,126 euros ($38,085) for a single individual in 2021.