Fiat Freemont Prices Start at €25,700
If you are interesting in buying such a vehicle, we can tell you that there are two trim levels, with prices to start at €25,700 (the equivalent of $37,000 at current exchange rates) for the base equipment package. Meanwhile, the better equipped Urban version will cost cost €27,200 ($39,170).
At launch, the only version available will come with front-wheel drive and a 2.0-liter MultiJet diesel engine that produces either 140 hp as standard or 170 hp, for an extra €1,500 ($2,150). All-wheel drive will be offered at a later date, in combination with the 170 hp 2.0 MultiJet and a 276 hp 3.6-liter petrol V6 (produced by Chrysler), both mated to automatic transmissions.
Standard equipment for the base model includes a seven seats, three-zone automatic climate control, cruise control, radio-CD unit with MP3, 4.3-inch touch screen, trip computer, 17-inch alloy wheels, fog lights, tire pressure monitoring system, keyless entry system and child booster system.
The higher-spec Urban version comes with these a Bluetooth system, lights sensor, leather-covered steering wheel and gearshift lever, parking sensors, roof rails, electrically adjustable driver's seat, electrically adjustable rearview mirrors and blacked-out rear windows.
Fiat engineers have taken the time to make the Freemont more palatable for European tastes, so they have tweaked the front suspension to reduce body roll and improve the balance between comfort and handling. The carmaker is also offering big savings just for the launch event, with the Urban being sold at just €24,900 ($35,850), with leather upholstery thrown in free of charge.