• Dec 30, 2008
The Fiat Sedici is up for a refresh that is so subtle you probably wouldn't notice it unless you were a member of a Sedici enthusiast site, which is where these photos came from.

Fiat's version of the Suzuki SX4 crossover, gets a new grille to fall in line with Fiat's design language and a front bumper treatment that turns the door cladding into one continuous swoop around the car. Inside, it gets an updated center console and dual-zone climate control.

The CUV will also feature rear disc brakes for the first time. Transmission choices should remain the same, with five-speed and six-speed manuals. Engine offerings are expected to include a 2.0-liter diesel and the 120 hp 1.4-liter T-Jet found in other Fiat offerings like the Grand Punto Sporting.

[Source: Autoblog.it via Carscoop]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      wow. does anyone at all care about this story?

      a slight update on a badge-engineered, low-end utility car?
      • 6 Years Ago
      There's a Sedici enthusiast club?
      • 6 Years Ago
      Cool that you guys also write about small cars from europe! Because I think this site has a lot of European readers! :-)
        • 6 Years Ago
        Right there with you, all the compact haters haven't lived in the countries they steal gas from.
      • 6 Years Ago
      There's an enthusiast club out there for every other commercially mundane, mass produced car out there like a *fill in the blank*. So why not?
      • 6 Years Ago
      Since I'm over here in the corner huffing diesel fumes:
      Too bad we can't get the FX4 with that diesel here (I know all the dumb reasons). Would make a nice little hauler.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Can anyone tell me if they had problems with their Sx4 or with their dealership?
      I might look at one(again).
        • 6 Years Ago
        No problems. Mine has been worry free.
      • 6 Years Ago
      It seems to me that all of the bright finish on the center stack could be very distrbing on a bright sunny day.
        • 6 Years Ago
        Actually, it is not a problem at all. I have the same center stack trim on my Susuki SX4 Crossover (same badge-engineered car).
      • 6 Years Ago
      2.0 liters for this car is ridiculous. The 120PS 1.6L diesel is enough.
      • 6 Years Ago
      @ Brian

      Thanks. What are a few things you don't like about your SX4 and somethings that you do. Thanks.
        • 6 Years Ago
        I'm glad we got the SX4 here in the states. Not really digging the differences between the Sedici and my car...

        @ebm14 - you may be well served visiting sx4club.com. Great insights there as to the pros and cons with the SX4 and a lot of user experience to read as well. I personally like the awd, power is good, it's pretty darn comfortable, gas mileage is good enough, I can fit my drumset in there or strap a couple mountain bikes on the back and pack up for a weekend trip, and the price was right.

        cons: it's a little loud and a bearing was "noisy" (repaired fast under warranty - that's a plus).
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