‘You don’t need much to get a lot’ – that’s the thinking behind the Fiat Tipo Station Wagon.
Value for money is at the heart of this family estate’s design, with space, style and hi-tech features all incorporated into this fine car.
Designed in Italy by the Centro Stile Fiat, the Fiat Tipo Station Wagon is designed to deliver comfort and functionality, all within 4.57 metres of length: spacious interior room and best in class rear leg room.
Modern and dynamic styling: from the LED daytime running lights (DRLs) to the generous horizontal chrome grille, every part of the Fiat Tipo Station Wagon blends elegantly and harmoniously into the overall architecture. For a personality that won't go unnoticed.
As an estate, it comes with silver-finished roof rails for holding cumbersome items like sports gear and furniture purchases.
The extra space gives them more headroom, too, helping to avoid awkward neck-ache on long journeys. Extra storage space is dotted about the cabin so everyone can keep their necessities close at hand.
Passengers in the front can make use of the cup holders and a central armrest which can hide away any items like CDs, tissues and phone chargers. The dashboard is neatly arranged for easy use, with three simple dials for the heating controls and a central screen for the entertainment and convenience tools in the upgraded trim levels.
Open up the tail and you’ve got 550 litres of boot space to play around with. What’s more, you can conceal items under the floor and there are removable pockets for holding any bits you need to grab quickly when parked en route. When your to-do list is taking you to the DIY shop, you can fold down the rear seats and make use of a 1.8-litre long space with the seats completely flat. The 60/40 split arrangement for the rear seats means up to three passengers can come along for the ride, while still affording space for new purchases and/or sports equipment for trips away.
All of the new Tipo Station Wagons come with DAB digital radio, a CD player and Bluetooth connectivity, so you can have an endless number of songs to play while you drive. If you choose to upgrade, this and satellite navigation will be displayed on a touchscreen. Parking sensors can also be added if you’re keen to let technology take the guesswork out of navigating tight spaces. Then there’s the option of cruise control, which lets you relax on long drives along the motorway.