Linea, Punto Absolute edition out

In a bid to boost sales during the festive season, Fiat has launched an 'Absolute' edition of the Linea and Punto.

Keen to cash in on the festive season, Fiat has introduced an ‘Absolute’ edition of its Linea saloon and Punto hatchback that will be offered to buyers at no additional cost.

The new editions get features like a 3G-enabled, Android operating system-based navigation device, which also has smartphone functionality. The door sills get Punto and Linea badging on the respective cars, new grey coloured carpets and ‘Absolute’ badging on the car. Also, the Linea gets reverse parking sensors and a chrome strip on the boot.

Fiat is also offering free road side assistance and discounted rates on insurance. The company is also in the process of setting up a new sales network, and is expected to have nearly 80 dealers by the end of the financial year.

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