Models have refreshed the design, expanded equipment and added a new motor.
The Brazilian division of Fiat has presented a restyled version of the Fiat Toro, a one-color pickup truck that has been producing for Latin America since 2016. In some markets, a monocoque truck that shares a Small Wide 4×4 platform with the Fiat 500X and Jeep Renegade is marketed as the Ram 1000.
For the 2022 model year, Toro received updated diode lighting and fresh sets of 16-18-inch alloy wheels. Like the younger Strada pickup, which survived a full generational change a year ago, the large Fiat lettering now flaunts on the grille.
A modern multimedia system was installed in the salon. In the top-end version, it has a vertical 10.1-inch touchscreen – in the spirit of the Ram 1500, simpler configurations come with monitors of seven and 8.4 inches with horizontal orientation. At the same time, there is already a seven-inch virtual device in the basic equipment.
Another important new addition is the 1.3-liter turbo engine that runs on gasoline and ethanol and develops 185 hp. and 270 Nm. Like the E-Torq Flex 1.8 before it, it only mates with a six-speed automatic and front-wheel drive. At the same time, a two-liter Multijet turbodiesel (170 hp and 350 Nm) with a nine-band automatic and all-wheel drive remained in the lineup.
In Brazil, the updated Fiat Toro is already available for order in Endurance, Freedom, Volcano, Ranch and Ultra versions.