Fiat 147: Getting To Know More about The Quality

Fiat 147 was produced in the form of a 3-door compact hatchback car. It replaced the older Uno and it is the Brazilian Fiat 127. Few were built in Argentina until 1196 and the assembly part took place in Uruguay, Colombia, and Venezuela.

The company managed to produce almost 1,269,312 units in the Brazilian factory. The car was also assembled in the Bogot? CCA plant, Colombia. Few units were exported to Europe with either with Panorama bodywork or diesel power-trains.

Fiat 147 is the first modern car to use ethanol instead of petrol. The vehicle performance was increased slightly and the fuel consumption was little higher when compared with the older models. Press reports say that Fiat 147 with larger power-train produces quieter and smoother drive with enhanced torque.

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Technical Characteristics of Fiat 147

Technical Characteristics of 1982 Fiat 147 C produced by Fiat (BR).

Body Type Hatchback 3 doors / 4 seats
Weight 790 Kg
Length 3710 mm
Height 1350 mm
Wheelbase 2220 mm
Front Track 1280 mm
Rear Track 1300 mm
Ground Clearance 140 mm
Fuel Capacity 52 liters
Engine location front
Engine alignment transverse
Drive Wheels Front wheel drive
Steering rack & pinion
Fuel Supply System 1 Solex-Brosol H 32 DIS-1 carb
Max Power 56HP (41 kW) @ 5800 rpm
Max Torque 76Nm @ 3800 rpm
CO2 Emissions n/a
Engine Coolant water
Displacement 1049 cc
Bore 76 mm
Stroke 57 mm
Cam Design OHV - Overhead Valves
Cylinders 4 INLINE
Valves per cylinder 2
Total Valves 8
Compression Ratio 7.4:1
Aspiration Normal
Front Brakes Di
Rear Brakes Dr
Standard Wheels n/a
Standard Tyres 145 SR x 13 / 145 SR x 13
Suspension Front I.MS.CS.LW.ARB.
Suspension Rear I.W.LS.
Transmission manual
Number of gears 4
Acceleration 0-100 Km/h n/a
Acceleration 80-120 Km/h n/a
Top Speed n/a
City 11.9 l/100km
Road 6.8 l/100km
Mixt 8.6 l/100km