Fiat Fullback Cross in Tredington
Meet the most rugged, most stylish Fiat Fullback yet. The Fiat Fullback Cross makes a strong first impression with over-sized wheel arch extensions, black wing mirrors, exclusive matte black alloy wheels, and a black rear sports bar. Muscular and ready to go, the new Fiat Fullback Cross also boasts a huge standard specification, which includes a 7.1” touchscreen infotainment system with sat nav, parkview rear parking camera, Bi-Xenon headlights, and a soft tailgate opening function. Powered by a 2.4 diesel engine with 180bhp, the Fiat Fullback Cross is a powerful performer and backs that up with a full-time 4x4 system.
Designed to tackle your adventures head on, the Fiat Fullback Cross stands out with wheel arch extensions, black wing mirrors, and exclusive black alloy wheels. A black rear sports bar adds serious kerb appeal, while Bi-Xenon headlights light the way on journeys.
Available with a manual or automatic transmission, the Fiat Fullback Cross is powered by a 2.4 diesel engine with 180bhp and 430Nm of torque. This powerful engine is paired with a full-time, driver-selectable 4x4 system for unbeatable off-road performance.
The Fullback Cross has a double cab with spacious accommodation for five passengers, and boasts a 3,100kg towing capacity. The rear load bed is enormous, and it has a 1,050kg payload capacity, which is enough for all your work tools and more.
Living with it
The Fiat Fullback Cross is a no-compromise pick-up. Not only is it powerful with the added reassurance of 4WD, but it’s highly manoeuvrable for city runs. It’s easy to live with, and it’s efficient, returning up to 40.9mpg combined with 186g/km CO2 emissions.
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