21 Facts About Fiat Uno


Fiat Uno is a supermini manufactured and marketed by Fiat.

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Fiat Uno was launched in January 1983 to replace the Fiat 127.

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In December 1983, the Fiat Uno was European Car of the Year for 1984, finishing narrowly ahead of the Peugeot 205.

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The Fiat Uno was available as either a three- or five-door hatchback.

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Fiat Uno had MacPherson strut independent front suspension and twist-beam rear suspension with telescopic dampers and coil springs.

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Fiat Uno was produced in Brazil, called Fiat Uno CS, and imported in some European countries.

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Visual differences from the European Fiat Uno were the fuel cap, placed on the left, and the bonnet, of a clamshell design and hinged at the front.

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The Fiat Uno Furgao van was a light commercial version of the three-door Fiat Uno hatchback with blinded rear windows and no rear seat.

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The Fiat Uno was initially a success in India, but then it faded badly due to poor dealer support.

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Fiat Uno was assembled in Morocco until 2003 by SOMACA, and remains a popular choice of car for "petit-taxi" use.

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Fiat Uno was first assembled in Turkey in 1994 and the production ran until 2000.

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In 2007, the Fiat Uno was redesigned and it re-entered the South African new car market.

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Local manufacturer Francisco Motors, primarily known as a manufacturer of the Jeepney, partnered with Fiat Uno to create a joint venture called Italcar Pilipinas Inc in 1990.

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The Fiat Uno was not popular and production decreased yearly until the venture was terminated in 2000.

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Fiat Uno is assembled from complete knock down kits in Pakistan by Raja Motor Company.

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Around 300,000 examples of the Fiat Uno were sold in Britain between 1983 and 1995, with the MK1 proving more popular than the MK2.

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Fiat Uno name was resurrected for project Type 327, the Brazilian-built "Novo Uno".

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In December 2013, Fiat launched the new Uno-based Fiorino panel van, successor of the old Fiorino.

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In 2016, Fiat launched another facelift for the Uno and introduced the Firefly engine, Available as a 1.

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In 2018, Fiat Uno removed the Way and Sporting trims and their versions with the GSR semi-automatic transmission, and added a new "Drive" version to be the new base model and only kept that and the "Attractive" version only with the 1.

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Brazilian Fiat Uno was tested by Latin NCAP in 2011 and has been rated as highly unsafe, scoring only one star for adult occupants and two stars for children.

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