The Fiat Fiorino gets a facelift for 2016

Fiat has announced some minor updates for its Fiorino van, the most obvious being a restyled front bumper. A jutting underbite is retained, but now a broad air intake provides a stronger visual link to the larger Ducato.

Inside, there's a redesigned steering wheel, refreshed instrument graphics and an extra dashboard storage compartment. Available equipment includes Bluetooth, a DAB radio and a touchscreen-based infotainment system that can incorporate satellite navigation.

Fiat Fiorino Cargo (2016) Front Side

Fiat Fiorino Cargo (2016) Dashboard

The revised Euro 6-compliant engine selection comprises one petrol and two diesel units. An EcoJet package promises 74.3 mpg (3.8 l/100km) and 100 g/km of CO2 emissions on the combined cycle, courtesy of a Comfort-Matic robotised manual transmission, stop-start, a variable displacement oil pump and a smart alternator.

Officially, Fiat dealers will begin accepting orders for the 2016 Fiorino later this month.

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