Fiat Multipla

The Fiat Multipla is a compact MPV manufactured by Italian automaker Fiat since 1998. Based on the Brava, the Multipla is quite unlike any other on the market. It is much shorter and wider than its rivals, and has two rows of three seats, while all its competitors have two seats in the front (the Honda FR-V, which has the same layout, was released in 2004). The Multipla was even shorter than the three-door Fiat Bravo upon which it was based, despite offering substantially more space and seating. In common with a number of other modern Fiats, the Multipla reuses the name of an earlier vehicle, in this case the "Multipla" variant of the Fiat 600 produced during the 1950s and 1960s. ... from Wikipedia

Manufactured by Fiat

Production period

  • 1998-present

Videos

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Euro NCAP | Fiat Multipla | 2001 | Crash test
Euro NCAP | Fiat Multipla | 2001 | Crash test
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Spot Fiat Multipla
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Fiat Multipla 1.9 M.jet VM.wmv

Production and assembly

Production countries:
  • Italy
Production plants:
  • Turin
  • Milan

Tests and reviews from the web

Fiat Multipla Review Covering 1999 - 2004 - CompuCars:  Fiat Multipla review covering 5dr mini MPV 1.6 petrol, 1.9 diesel [SX, ELX, Dynamic, Dynamic Plus, Eleganza] read more
Fiat Multipla Review Covering 2004 To Date - CompuCars:  Fiat Multipla review covering 5dr mini MPV 1.6 petrol, 1.9 Multijet diesel [Dynamic, Dynamic, Eleganza] read more
Fiat Multipla expert car review verdict - BBC Top Gear:  Fiat Multipla range car review by the expert drivers covering comfort, performance, coolness, quality, handing, practicality and running costs read more

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