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Fiat has given the Punto a brand new face that’s exclusively styled for the Indian market, and it looks more ‘Italian’ than ever.
At the rear, we find nicely crafted clear lens tail lamps that employ LED elements, and chrome insets on the bumper that mimic dual exhaust ports.
Adding to its fantastic looks is the all-new grille, outlined by a tastefully crafted thin strip of chrome.
The Fiat Punto Evo now gets all-new interiors that it shares with the recently facelifted Linea.
Engine options for the Punto Evo include a 67bhp 1.2 petrol, an 89bhp 1.4 petrol and a 1.3 Multijet diesel in two states of tune – 75bhp and 90bhp (pictured).
Like earlier, the sportier Puntos get better bolstered and firmer front seats, though comfort is quite good across the board.
Unfortunately, rear seat space is still not as generous as rivals but you now get a rear AC vent with an integrated bottle holder.
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