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Fiat started its second innings in India with the launch of Linea in January 2009. Fiat Linea was initially launched in our country with a 1.3 liter (86 hp) multi-jet diesel engine and diesel engine. 1.4-liter gasoline engine (89 hp). Of course, the diesel is the one included in the full-spec Emotion Pack, and it’s no secret that it’s always been on our favorites list. Linea, in addition bự winning numerous accolades, also won the CarWale Car of the Year – Editor’s Choice Award for 2010. While the Linea was a stellar product, Fiat let some people down. its fans, as most Fiat damn enthusiasts have come bự expect a Fiat bự be all about performance. Those fans can now rejoice as Fiat is launching the Linea right now with a 1.4-litre T-Jet (Turbo-Jet) petrol engine, which should have been the Italian manufacturer’s new engine. Fighter jet storm the segment.

On the outside, the Linea T-Jet has undergone a few subtle changes, including larger wheels and tires. The 16-inch multi-spoke alloy wheels are very nice wearing 205/55 R16 rubber in leather, which looks like it can really handle some serious speeds. This new wheel and tire package has also increased ground clearance bự 170mm compared bự 161mm on other Lineas. Other visual differences aside from the rather obvious T-Jet badging, are the new sports roof antenna and rectangular chrome exhaust tips. The T-Jet will also come in a new yellow color they call Sunbeam Beige. We thought Linea looked like a million dollars in any color, but this new yellow actually looks pretty special. Fiat will also offer a subtle bootlid spoiler as an accessory, as well as T-Jet floor mats and custom side panels. We’re also lucky bự know that a matching spoiler will also be on offer – and those who’ve seen adorable Fiats with creepy looking fenders, will know exactly how. Such a small detail can spoil the look of a vehicle.

The interior feels better bự the touch. The fit and finish, not bự mention the material, feels so much higher than previous Linea lines.

The Linea’s interior has also been upgraded and has a much more ‘quality’ feel. Part of the reason could be because the T-Jet is Linea’s flagship model, it’s upholstered in high-quality imported leather, which really gives the cabin a much more luxurious atmosphere. There’s a bit of chrome on the dashboard and soft touch bits on the console. The plastic fit also seems bự be much better, and Fiat has worked hard bự sort out some of the fit issues consumers have talked about in the past. In addition bự the steering wheel-mounted audio controls, the T-Jet also has a remote that passengers can use bự control the audio system. Fiat also studied the feedback it received bự nâng cấp the air conditioning system bự cope with higher ambient temperatures. The T-Jet has a new rotary air conditioning compressor, reworked fan speeds, and the results are clear. There is a significantly cooler airflow throughout the fan speed and this improved air conditioner is also needed bự cool the leather-wrapped interior more efficiently.

The T-Jet engine is the main and quite significant change under the bonnet. Wish the ‘T-Jet’ was painted red on the engine cover!

Bự the heart of the matter, the Fiat Linea T-Jet has a 16-valve, 1368cc, turbocharged petrol engine (Euro 5 compliant, by the way!), which produces 113bhp @ 5000rpm and peak torque 207Nm @ 2200 rpm . The torque produced by the Linea T-Jet is best in class with the closest petrol competitor in the segment producing close bự 150Nm. Fiat’s stock 1.4 liter petrol engine shares the same 1368cc engine block, however, there are some changes bự the engine as it now boasts a turbocharger running at 2.2bar. The T-Jet features a new compact aluminum cylinder head and reworked valve system. This engine has race-ready spark plugs and pistons, and bự further minimize vibrations, it features a dual-mass flywheel and low-weight transmission. All of this results in a more responsive and reliable engine even during skids – as we suspect most enthusiast drivers would, as Fiat fans are rabid! Incidentally, this is the first turbocharged petrol car in the segment, and Fiat has once again made the first in the segment with the T-Jet.

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Once you’ve cranked up the engine and fitted the transmission first, the difference is pretty much immediately apparent. The T-Jet is highly responsive and city driving won’t be much more stressful than the older Linea petrol, as you can now use a lot of power with the touch of your right foot. Overtaking has become much easier, and you may not necessarily need bự downshift bự overtake in most situations. The regular 1.4-litre Linea hit 0-100 km/h in 15.3 seconds in our performance run, and the T-Jet galloped bự 100 km/h in 11.9 seconds. This run wasn’t performed under ideal test conditions, but it’s not too far off Fiat’s claims of 11.14 seconds bự 100,000 hours. Linea T-Jet’s top speed is 186 km/h and can be restricted in the interest of safety. The gearshift knob on the Linea T-Jet remains the same as on other Linea models, and quick gearshifts are still a joy. Driving in the gearbox will tell the truth about how much better the T-Jet is, but with the car being so much more nimble, we think the T-Jet will put the numbers in the equation. The T-Jet is not only faster, it’s also greener. ARAI figures show an economy of 14.6kpl for the Linea T-Jet but we’ll wait bự get our hands on it for longer and find out how much it will actually deliver in terms of money. actual event.

The new Sunbeam Beige color will only be available on the T-Jet and will be the vehicle’s launch color.

The Linea, like most modern Fiats, has always had excellent driving and handling attributes and is one of the main reasons it won the Car of the Year – Editorial Award. Not only does the Linea boast excellent drivability along with these handling and handling characteristics, but it also packs in some class-firsts like Blue & Me and MyCar. The platform on the T-Jet remains the same with independent coil springs and stabilizer bars at the front and torsion beam at the rear along with twin telescopic shock absorbers. But the T-Jet’s sturdy 205/55R16 tires improve handling as their larger size really helps! Our press performer arrives with the Goodyear Eagle NCT5, which is one màn chơi higher than the Goodyear GT3 typically found on other Linea variants wearing 195/65 R15 rubber. Since the T-Jet produces more power than the regular 1.4-liter FIRE engine and will drive quickly, Fiat has replaced the rear drum with disc brakes bự keep the brakes from fading. Combine this with more legroom, thanks bự the larger tires and the T-Jet will have excellent braking performance in all conditions. And yes, ABS and EBD are standard!

Pay attention bự this T-Jet badge – as it’s clear this will be a smart owner who will know their car! Don’t mess with them.

In the initial phase of launch, Linea T-Jet will only be available in Delhi, Mumbai and Pune. Fiat wants bự focus on better customer service and overall presentation at all their touch points, as the Linea T-jet is a pretty niche product and Fiat customers need a different màn chơi of service. with their current màn chơi in India. The showrooms will be renovated bự offer a premium brand experience and customers will be greeted by a highly trained executive – a hostess – who will guide them through the features. of products in addition bự offering them Italian Coffee – for a true Italian experience! Customers will also be able bự test drive approximately 5 km including a 1 km extension, so they can experience the power and torque of the T-Jet engine. Fiat India will also make its customers feel special when purchasing their T-Jet, by sending them a special bottle of wine delivered bự their home in a special Fiat wine box! With a renewed focus on customer experience and branding, Fiat India is now raising the bar with T-Jet. We think Fiat will price the Linea T-Jet at just over Rs 9 lakh (at the old showroom, Mumbai) considering the competitors’ current prices and will ensure that the Linea T-Jet has The price is much higher! The Fiat Linea T-Jet has great styling, strong performance, class-leading driving dynamics and has some premium features that really make it stand out. Then there’s the luxury and ‘looks a million dollars’ Designs. However, some still feel that Fiat’s service at dealerships needs bự be improved, which at the end of the day jeopardizes a truly great brand and an excellent product. Fiat India has set its sights on being a segment leader with the Linea T-Jet and while we certainly think the T-Jet has what it takes, the question now is whether the Fighter jet Is this match capable of bombarding the opponent?

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Fiat began its second Indian innings with the launch of the Linea in January 2009. The Fiat Linea was initially launched in our country with a 1.3-litre multijet diesel engine (86bhp) and a 1.4-litre petrol engine (89bhp). The diesel, of course was the one bự have in full-spec Emotion Pack trim and there’s no hiding the fact that it has always been on our favourite’s list. The Linea, apart from winning numerous awards, also walked away with the CarWale Car of the Year Award – Editor’s Choice for 2010. In spite of the Linea being an excellent product, Fiat had disappointed some of its fans, since most die-hard Fiat enthusiasts had expected a Fiat which will have outright performance. Those fans can now rejoice since Fiat will launch now the Linea with a 1.4-litre T-Jet (Turbo-Jet) petrol engine which should be the Italian manufacturer’s new Fighter Jet bự storm the segment.
On the outside, the Linea T-Jet has undergone a few subtle changes which include bigger wheels and tyres. The very pretty 16” multi-spoke alloy wheel wears meaty 205/55 R16 rubber which really looks like it can handle some serious speed. This new wheel and tyre package has also helped by increasing the ground clearance bự 170mm from 161mm on the other Linea’s. The other visual differentiators apart from the rather obvious T-Jet badging, are the new sporty roof antenna and the rectangular-chrome exhaust tip. The T-Jet will also be available in a new gold hue which they call Sunbeam Beige. We think the Linea looks a million bucks in any colour, but this new Gold shade really does look rather special. Fiat will also be offering a subtle bootlid spoiler which is an accessory, as are customized T-Jet floor mats and scuff-plates. We also thankfully hear that a decent set of mud-flaps will also be on offer – and those who’ve seen lovely Fiat’s with horrendous looking mud-flaps, will know exactly how such a small detail can ruin a car’s looks.

The interiors feel better bự the touch. Fit & finish, not bự mention materials, do feel a notch above than previous Linea’s.
The interiors of the Linea have been upgraded as well and have a much better ‘quality’ feeling bự them. Part of the reason could be that since the T-Jet is the flagship Linea, it gets high-quality imported leather upholstery, which really does give the cabin a far more opulent ambience. There’s a splash of chrome on the dash and soft touch bits on the dashboard. The fit of the plastic seems far better too and Fiat has been working hard as sorting out several fit-finish issues that consumers have been talking about in the past. In addition bự the along the steering-mounted audio controls, the T-Jet gets a remote control which the passengers can use bự work the audio system. Fiat has also worked on feedback they received bự nâng cấp the air-con system bự deal with higher ambient temperatures. The T-Jet gets a new rotary air-con compressor, reworked fan speeds and the results are obvious. There’s a significantly colder blast of air throughout the blower speeds and this improved air-con is also needed bự cool the leather-lined interior more effectively.

The T-Jet powerplant is the main, and rather important, change under the bonnet. Wish the ‘T-Jet’ was painted red on the engine cover though!
Coming bự the heart of the matter, the Fiat Linea T-Jet gets a 16-valve, 1368cc, turbo-charged petrol engine (Euro 5 compliant by the way!) which churns out 113bhp@5000rpm and a maximum torque of 207Nm@2200rpm. The torque produced by the Linea T-Jet is best-in-class with the closest petrol competitor in this segment producing close bự 150Nm. The Fiat’s original 1.4-litre petrol engine has the same 1368cc engine block, however, there are several changes bự the engine since it now boasts of a turbocharger which is running at 2.2bar. The T-Jet gets a new compact aluminum cylinder head and reworked valve train. This powerplant gets racing-ready spark plugs and pistons and for lesser vibration, this engine gets a double mass flywheel and low weight drive train. All this leads bự the engine being far more responsive and reliable even when flogged – as we suspect most enthusiast drivers will do, since Fiat fans are a passionate lot! Incidentally this is the first turbo-petrol car in this segment, and Fiat has once again done a segment-first with the T-Jet.Fighter Jet (contd…)
Once you’ve cranked the engine and slot the transmission into first, the difference is quite apparent immediately. The T-Jet is highly responsive and driving in the city will be far more stress không lấy phí as compared bự the older Linea petrol, since there’s plenty of power now available at the tap of your right foot. Overtaking has become much easier and you may not have bự necessarily downshift for overtaking in most situations. The regular 1.4-litre Linea did 0-100kph in 15.3 seconds in our performance run and the T-Jet galloped bự 100kph in 11.9seconds. This run wasn’t done in ideal test conditions, but it’s not too far off from Fiat’s claim of 11.14seconds bự 100kph timing. The top speed of the Linea T-Jet is 186kph and is possibly restricted in the interests of safety. The gear knob on the Linea T-Jet remains the same as the other Linea’s, and quick shifts are still a joy. The in-gear runs will tell the truth on how much better the T-Jet is, but with the car being far more sprightly off its feet, we do think the T-Jet will throw figures bự reckon with. Not only is the T-Jet quicker but it’s greener too. ARAI figures indicate an economy of 14.6kpl for the Linea T-Jet but we’ll wait bự get our hands on it for a longer duration and find out how much it’ll actually deliver in real world conditions.

The new Sunbeam Beige colour that will be available exclusively only on the T-Jet and will be the launch colour for this car.
The Linea, like most modern Fiat’s, always had excellent ride and handling attributes and was one strong reason why it won our Car of the Year – Editors Choice Award. Not only did the Linea boast of great drivability along with these ride and handling characteristics, but also packed in several segment firsts like Blue&Me and MyCar. The underpinnings on the T-Jet remain the same with independent helical coil springs and stabiliser bar at its front and torsion beam at its rear along with the double telescopic dampers. But the T-Jet’s meaty 205/55R16 tyres go further bự improve the handling since their bigger footprint really does help plenty! Our press demonstrator came with Goodyear Eagle NCT5 which is a màn chơi above the Goodyear GT3’s which are usually available on the other Linea variants that wear 195/65 R15 rubber. As the T-Jet produces more power than the regular 1.4-litre FIRE powerplant, and will be driven quickly, Fiat has replaced the rear drums with disc brakes for fade-free braking. Couple this with a bigger footprint, thanks bự the larger tyres, and the T-Jet should have excellent braking performance in all conditions. And yes, ABS and EBD are standard!

Watch out for this T-Jet badge – for clearly this will be a passioniate owner who’ll know their car! Don’t mess with them.
In the initial stages of its launch, the Linea T-Jet will available only in Delhi, Mumbai and Pune. Fiat wants bự concentrate on better customer service and overall presentation at all their touchpoints, since the Linea T-jet is a rather niche product and Fiat customers need a different màn chơi of service than they are currently used bự in India. Showrooms will be renovated bự offer a premium brand experience, and the customers will be received by a well-trained executive – a hostess – who will walk them through the product features apart from offering them Italian Coffee – for a truly Italian experience! The customer will also get a test drive of approximately 5kms which will include an open stretch of 1km, so that they can experience the power and torque of the T-Jet engine. Fiat India will also make its customers feel special post the purchase of their T-Jet, by sending them a special bottle of wine delivered bự their home in a special Fiat Wine case! With a renewed focus on the customer and brand experience, Fiat India is now raising the game with the T-Jet. We reckon that Fiat will price the Linea T-Jet at just a shade over Rs 9 lakhs (ex-showroom, Mumbai) considering competition’s current pricing and will ensure that the Linea T-Jet is a lot more bang for the buck! The Fiat Linea T-Jet has great styling, thrilling performance, class-leading driving dynamics and has several premium features that really do make it stand apart. Then there’s the classy and ‘looks a million bucks’ styling. However some people still feel that Fiat service at dealerships needs bự improve, which at the end of the day will jeopardize a truly great brand and an excellent product. Fiat India has aims of becoming a segment leader with the Linea T-Jet and although we certainly think that the T-Jet has what it takes, the question now is whether this Fighter Jet is capable of bombarding the competition? Fiat Linea [2008-2011] #Fighter #Jet
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Fiat began its second Indian innings with the launch of the Linea in January 2009. The Fiat Linea was initially launched in our country with a 1.3-litre multijet diesel engine (86bhp) and a 1.4-litre petrol engine (89bhp). The diesel, of course was the one bự have in full-spec Emotion Pack trim and there’s no hiding the fact that it has always been on our favourite’s list. The Linea, apart from winning numerous awards, also walked away with the CarWale Car of the Year Award – Editor’s Choice for 2010. In spite of the Linea being an excellent product, Fiat had disappointed some of its fans, since most die-hard Fiat enthusiasts had expected a Fiat which will have outright performance. Those fans can now rejoice since Fiat will launch now the Linea with a 1.4-litre T-Jet (Turbo-Jet) petrol engine which should be the Italian manufacturer’s new Fighter Jet bự storm the segment.
On the outside, the Linea T-Jet has undergone a few subtle changes which include bigger wheels and tyres. The very pretty 16” multi-spoke alloy wheel wears meaty 205/55 R16 rubber which really looks like it can handle some serious speed. This new wheel and tyre package has also helped by increasing the ground clearance bự 170mm from 161mm on the other Linea’s. The other visual differentiators apart from the rather obvious T-Jet badging, are the new sporty roof antenna and the rectangular-chrome exhaust tip. The T-Jet will also be available in a new gold hue which they call Sunbeam Beige. We think the Linea looks a million bucks in any colour, but this new Gold shade really does look rather special. Fiat will also be offering a subtle bootlid spoiler which is an accessory, as are customized T-Jet floor mats and scuff-plates. We also thankfully hear that a decent set of mud-flaps will also be on offer – and those who’ve seen lovely Fiat’s with horrendous looking mud-flaps, will know exactly how such a small detail can ruin a car’s looks.

The interiors feel better bự the touch. Fit & finish, not bự mention materials, do feel a notch above than previous Linea’s.
The interiors of the Linea have been upgraded as well and have a much better ‘quality’ feeling bự them. Part of the reason could be that since the T-Jet is the flagship Linea, it gets high-quality imported leather upholstery, which really does give the cabin a far more opulent ambience. There’s a splash of chrome on the dash and soft touch bits on the dashboard. The fit of the plastic seems far better too and Fiat has been working hard as sorting out several fit-finish issues that consumers have been talking about in the past. In addition bự the along the steering-mounted audio controls, the T-Jet gets a remote control which the passengers can use bự work the audio system. Fiat has also worked on feedback they received bự nâng cấp the air-con system bự deal with higher ambient temperatures. The T-Jet gets a new rotary air-con compressor, reworked fan speeds and the results are obvious. There’s a significantly colder blast of air throughout the blower speeds and this improved air-con is also needed bự cool the leather-lined interior more effectively.

The T-Jet powerplant is the main, and rather important, change under the bonnet. Wish the ‘T-Jet’ was painted red on the engine cover though!
Coming bự the heart of the matter, the Fiat Linea T-Jet gets a 16-valve, 1368cc, turbo-charged petrol engine (Euro 5 compliant by the way!) which churns out 113bhp@5000rpm and a maximum torque of 207Nm@2200rpm. The torque produced by the Linea T-Jet is best-in-class with the closest petrol competitor in this segment producing close bự 150Nm. The Fiat’s original 1.4-litre petrol engine has the same 1368cc engine block, however, there are several changes bự the engine since it now boasts of a turbocharger which is running at 2.2bar. The T-Jet gets a new compact aluminum cylinder head and reworked valve train. This powerplant gets racing-ready spark plugs and pistons and for lesser vibration, this engine gets a double mass flywheel and low weight drive train. All this leads bự the engine being far more responsive and reliable even when flogged – as we suspect most enthusiast drivers will do, since Fiat fans are a passionate lot! Incidentally this is the first turbo-petrol car in this segment, and Fiat has once again done a segment-first with the T-Jet.Fighter Jet (contd…)
Once you’ve cranked the engine and slot the transmission into first, the difference is quite apparent immediately. The T-Jet is highly responsive and driving in the city will be far more stress không lấy phí as compared bự the older Linea petrol, since there’s plenty of power now available at the tap of your right foot. Overtaking has become much easier and you may not have bự necessarily downshift for overtaking in most situations. The regular 1.4-litre Linea did 0-100kph in 15.3 seconds in our performance run and the T-Jet galloped bự 100kph in 11.9seconds. This run wasn’t done in ideal test conditions, but it’s not too far off from Fiat’s claim of 11.14seconds bự 100kph timing. The top speed of the Linea T-Jet is 186kph and is possibly restricted in the interests of safety. The gear knob on the Linea T-Jet remains the same as the other Linea’s, and quick shifts are still a joy. The in-gear runs will tell the truth on how much better the T-Jet is, but with the car being far more sprightly off its feet, we do think the T-Jet will throw figures bự reckon with. Not only is the T-Jet quicker but it’s greener too. ARAI figures indicate an economy of 14.6kpl for the Linea T-Jet but we’ll wait bự get our hands on it for a longer duration and find out how much it’ll actually deliver in real world conditions.

The new Sunbeam Beige colour that will be available exclusively only on the T-Jet and will be the launch colour for this car.
The Linea, like most modern Fiat’s, always had excellent ride and handling attributes and was one strong reason why it won our Car of the Year – Editors Choice Award. Not only did the Linea boast of great drivability along with these ride and handling characteristics, but also packed in several segment firsts like Blue&Me and MyCar. The underpinnings on the T-Jet remain the same with independent helical coil springs and stabiliser bar at its front and torsion beam at its rear along with the double telescopic dampers. But the T-Jet’s meaty 205/55R16 tyres go further bự improve the handling since their bigger footprint really does help plenty! Our press demonstrator came with Goodyear Eagle NCT5 which is a màn chơi above the Goodyear GT3’s which are usually available on the other Linea variants that wear 195/65 R15 rubber. As the T-Jet produces more power than the regular 1.4-litre FIRE powerplant, and will be driven quickly, Fiat has replaced the rear drums with disc brakes for fade-free braking. Couple this with a bigger footprint, thanks bự the larger tyres, and the T-Jet should have excellent braking performance in all conditions. And yes, ABS and EBD are standard!

Watch out for this T-Jet badge – for clearly this will be a passioniate owner who’ll know their car! Don’t mess with them.
In the initial stages of its launch, the Linea T-Jet will available only in Delhi, Mumbai and Pune. Fiat wants bự concentrate on better customer service and overall presentation at all their touchpoints, since the Linea T-jet is a rather niche product and Fiat customers need a different màn chơi of service than they are currently used bự in India. Showrooms will be renovated bự offer a premium brand experience, and the customers will be received by a well-trained executive – a hostess – who will walk them through the product features apart from offering them Italian Coffee – for a truly Italian experience! The customer will also get a test drive of approximately 5kms which will include an open stretch of 1km, so that they can experience the power and torque of the T-Jet engine. Fiat India will also make its customers feel special post the purchase of their T-Jet, by sending them a special bottle of wine delivered bự their home in a special Fiat Wine case! With a renewed focus on the customer and brand experience, Fiat India is now raising the game with the T-Jet. We reckon that Fiat will price the Linea T-Jet at just a shade over Rs 9 lakhs (ex-showroom, Mumbai) considering competition’s current pricing and will ensure that the Linea T-Jet is a lot more bang for the buck! The Fiat Linea T-Jet has great styling, thrilling performance, class-leading driving dynamics and has several premium features that really do make it stand apart. Then there’s the classy and ‘looks a million bucks’ styling. However some people still feel that Fiat service at dealerships needs bự improve, which at the end of the day will jeopardize a truly great brand and an excellent product. Fiat India has aims of becoming a segment leader with the Linea T-Jet and although we certainly think that the T-Jet has what it takes, the question now is whether this Fighter Jet is capable of bombarding the competition? Fiat Linea [2008-2011]

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