As happened with other Fiat products marketed in Mexico the Grand Siena came to the country under the Dodge brand. To market the popular sedan that guy produced in Brazil now called Vision and beyond logos become other remains the same as ever.
A Dodge derived from a Palio. Who knew? Known is the union between Chrysler Group and Fiat which has paid off as the Fiat Freemont / Dodge Journey or heretical creations highlight a Chrysler 300 and Lancia in Europe.
But the road can also be reversed ie products pass Fiat now have the logos of brands pentagon Detroit. We saw the RAM ProMaster City which is nothing more than a Fiat Doblò with fallopian yankee product.
Do you not remember that some months ago presented them to the RAM 750 known in these parts as Fiat Strada ?. Well FCA (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) returned to do the same but with the Grand Siena also for the Mexican market.
Dodge Vision renamed the saloon derivative Palio began its commercial life in the northern country a few weeks ago offering and supply segment B for a brand like Dodge who as some may know the original smaller model is a Dart ie a segment C.
Following the recipe of the Strada to RAM the Vision has aesthetic with which we know in country marketed as Fiat differing from the local range by the presence of the logos of the US firm Dodge which are present on the grid tires which also differ from those that come to us us- trunk lid and wheel.
In Mexico it is sold in one version that has equipment that comes standard brakes with ABS and EBD dual front airbags air conditioning front fog lamps board computer electric pack radio with CD / MP3 / USB / Aux-In / Bluetooth perimeter alarm and alloy wheels 16 inches among other things.
The drive chosen for the Mexican market is the E-Torq 1.6 16v with 115 horsepower at 5500 times and a maximum torque of 158 Nm at 4500 rpm. This mechanical reach that country alone with a Dualogic robotised manual transmission five relationships. According factory achieved in 10 seconds 0-100 km / h and achieves a top speed of 192 km / h.
As odd as it sounds is not the first time it is renamed to Siena. In Venezuela the first generation Fiat product is marketed as the Dodge Forza following the same recipe changing a logo on the other.
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