Fiat Dobló (2009-present)

The all new Doblò was launched in early 2010 and is built in Turkey by Tofaş. The 2010 Doblò uses new platform which has 2,755-millimetre (108.5 in) wheelbase, 790-litre (28 cu ft) luggage compartment, and low CO2 emissions (129 g/km with the 1.3 Multijet 90 PS (66 kW; 89 hp) engine). Even though it is not sold in Mexico, the new Doblò will also be sold in North America with Fiat’s North American partner Chrysler Group’s Ram truck brand, starting from 2012. The Doblò is also sold by General Motors European Opel and Vauxhall brands as Combo. As of July 2011 the Doblò is available as a pickup called Fiat Doblò Work Up or Fiat Pratico in Turkey.

The Fiat Dobló (2009-present) sits on a wheelbase of 102 inches (2,583 mm), with an overall length of 164 inches (4,158 mm). The vehicle belongs to the Leisure activity vehicle class. The milage per galon of this car is mpg in the city and mpg on a highway. The Fiat Dobló (2009-present) is 0 lbs (0 kg) heavy and the starting price was set to 0 USD (which compares to 0 €) when the car was introduced. The best trim of the car will cost you around $0.

Fiat Dobló (2009-present) () specification

Class: Leisure activity vehicle
Wheelbase: 102 in / 2,583 mm
Length: 164 in / 4,158 mm
Width: 68 in / 1,715 mm
Height: 72 in / 1,818 mm
Curb Weight: 0 lbs / 0 kg
Cargo Capacity Min: 0 cu.ft. / 0 l
Cargo Capacity Max: 0 cu.ft. / 0 l
Starting price: $0 (≈ 0 €)
Fuel economy (city/highway): / mpg

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