Fiat 500L Living is the much awaited 500XL

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Remember the Fiat 500XL, the longer version of the 500L? The car was officially unveiled recently and has been christened as the Fiat 500L Living.

The 500XL, nay the 500L Living, is 4.35 metres long and is a genuine seven seater. Fiat claims that the new 500L Living is the only car in its class to have 638 litres of boot space.

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Fiat describes the new 500L Living as “Agile and compact as a mid-size car, comfortable and capable as a Station Wagon, roomy and functional as an MPW.”

Power options for the recently unveiled Fiat 500L Living consist of two gasoline and two diesel engines. The base petrol engine displaces approx 1400cc and has four valves per cylinder. This engine has a max power output of 95bhp. The second petrol engine is the 0.9-liter Fiat TwinAir Turbocharged motor that has peak power output of 105bhp.

Oil burners on offer are 105bhp 1.6-liter Multijet II and 85bhp 1.3-liter Multijet II motors. The latter comes mated to an auto ‘box.

The new Fiat 500L Living is highly customizable and comes with as many as 19 exterior color options, 6 interior trims and 15 designs for alloy wheels. All this means that as many as 282 permutations are possible.

The new Fiat 500L Living will make its public debut in Jul and will be manufactured at Fiat’s new Serbian facility. Thanks to the 500L Living not featuring anywhere in Fiat India’s future product launch plan, there are really slim chances of Fiat 500L Living making it to Indian car market.

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  • Liptonius says:

    “…Much Awaited”??

    Mmmmm… Well, no.

    I really can’t imagine anyone remotely interested in a Fiat minivan, much less saying to their peers: “When, oh WHEN is Fiat going to bring out an overweight, underpowered, Serbian-made, soccer-mom set of wheels to compete in an already bloated and saturated market? WHEN?”

    In fact, this smacks of a desperation attempt to stave off complete brand collapse.

    And, seriously, a 1400cc engine? 95 horse?

    Doomed.