Lancia Taking Orders for Ypsilon, Prices Start at €12,400 in Italy

Lancia has just begun taking orders for the all-new Ypsilon in Italy, with customers to take delivery of their vehicles starting in June in major European markets and in September for the Chrysler version of the car that will be sold in the UK and Ireland.

The new-generation Ypsilon, which is offered for the first time with a five-door body, is available in three trim levels (Silver, Gold and Platinum), plus 17 body colors (four of which are two-tone schemes), six different upholsteries, three types of alloy wheels and three engine choices.

From the start, the citycar will be available with two petrol engines - a 69 hp 1.2-liter and Fiat’s innovative 0.9-liter TwinAir putting out 85 hp. The only diesel available at the moment is the 1.3-liter Multijet that develops 95 hp, with Lancia to offer later on a bi-fuel 67HP 1.2-liter unit that will run on petrol and LPG. All engines are fitted with the Stop&Start technology as standard, while the TwinAir is also made available with a DFN semi-automatic gearbox.

The starting price in Italy is €12,400 for the 1.2-liter petrol version in Silver trim, which comes with remote central locking, two-way adjustable steering column, electric front windows, 15-inch steel wheels, 50/50 folding rear bench seat, height adjustable driver seat, fabric upholstery and heated tailgate window.

Pay an extra €1,300, and you can drive away in an Ypsilon Gold, which gets extra air conditioning, radio-CD with MP3 reader, electrically adjustable mirrors, leather covered steering wheel and gearshift lever, Castiglio upholstery and a Comfort Pack.

If you want the electric rear windows, fog lights and 15-inch wheels, plus a bit of cow hide on the inside, expect to pay another €1,300. According to Lancia, the most expensive model you can have costs €17,300 - the 1.3-liter diesel in Platinum trim.
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