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Published on Feb 17, 2016
Nothing is known about the Toro’s interior at this point, but we can venture to guess it will carry Fiat’s current themes. Expect funky looks with plenty of interesting cubby spaces and cup holders. Navigation is likely on upper trim levels, while a touch-screen infotainment system could come standard.
Rear legroom won’t be as generous as the Colorado or Ranger, but five passengers should be able to get relatively comfortable.
We’ll update you once Fiat releases more information.
Drivetrain Two engines are said to be available: a 1.8-liter E-Torq Flex four-cylinder and a 2.0-liter Multijet turbodiesel. Three transmissions are available and include a six-speed manual, six-speed automatic, and a nine-speed automatic. And of course, customers can choose between 2WD and 4WD configurations.
The 1.8-liter gasoline engine is expected to produce 138 horsepower while the 2.0-liter turbodiesel should make 170 horsepower with roughly 280 pound-feet of torque.
However, powertrain choices and combinations are supposedly limited within certain trim levels. The base Urban trim comes only with the 1.8-liter and six-speed automatic with power sent to the front wheels. The midlevel Adrenaline only comes in FWD as well, but is powered by the 2.0-liter turbodiesel mated to your choice of six-speed auto or manual gearboxes. Opt for the Country trim, and 4WD is the only drivetrain selection, but the 1.8-liter with the six-speed auto or the 2.0-liter turbodiesel with all three transmission choices are available.