Fiat comes with its own version of the Chinese pick-up

Fiat comes with its own version of the Chinese pick-up

The Fiat Fullback, which was also available in the Netherlands for several years from 2016, was secretly not a real Fiat at all. There was no Nissan Navara hidden under the skin like the Mercedes-Benz X-class, for example, but a Mitsubishi L200. The Fullback has not been produced since 2019 and that has now started to gnaw at Fiat. At least, at the Brazilian branch of Fiat. That department of the brand, which is extremely important to Fiat, announces the arrival of a new pick-up: the Titano. Just as the Fiat Fullback was not a Fiat in the base, the Titano is actually not. Fiat’s new pick-up, however, is not based on the L200 again, but on a pick-up of Chinese origin. Just like Stellantis-mate Peugeot did before the Landtrek, Fiat attracts the Kaicene F70 from the Chinese Changan to pour its own sauce over it. It is not yet known when the Fiat Titano will be unveiled exactly. Fiat sells a whole arsenal of models in Brazil that you don’t know here. Fiat sells the 500th, which you can of course also buy here, but with the Mobi, Argo, Cronos, Strada, Pulse, Fastback and Toro, a whole bunch of cars that were not delivered in Europe. The Toro and Strada are already pick-ups and they will soon be joined by big brother Titano.

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