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The Fiat 132 was first introduced in 1972 by the Italian car company Fiat. It was a large family car with a 4-door sedan. The wheelbase of the car was 2557 mm, length - 4405 mm, width - 1640, height - 1422 mm. The Fiat 132 was introduced in 1972 as an alternative to the Fiat 125. The Fiat 132 was also produced along with the Fiat 130, but the 132nd looked more impressive.
Initially, for the new model was proposed five engine options: three petrol and two diesel power units. The list of gasoline engines included the following: a 98-hp 1.6-liter engine and two 1.8-liter power units, 107 hp power. and 111 hp. For diesel models, the following engines have been proposed: a 2.0 liter capacity of 60 hp. and a volume of 2.5 liters, whose power was 72 hp ..
Since 1977, cars began to be equipped with more powerful engines. A 2-liter petrol power unit with a capacity of 112 hp appeared. and its modified version, equipped with a Bosch L-jetronic fuel injector, whose power was 122 hp.
Also this year, along with new engines, the Fiat 132 acquired some external changes that mainly affected the front of the car. The external updates include: a new grille (headlight trim has now been removed), updated bumper, door moldings in black, as well as new mirrors and air intake on the hood. As for the interior, there is a new dashboard, as well as new seats.
After such a change Fiat 132 issue Fiat 130 model has become meaningless, which led to the cessation of its production in 1977. After that, the car Fiat 132 becomes one of the main in the model range of Fiat.
In 1981, the Fiat 132 model was waiting for the next, but already more serious changes. As a result, the name Fiat 132 was replaced by Fiat Argenta, under which the car continued to be produced until 1986. In 1986, the Fiat Argenta was replaced by a new model called the Fiat Croma.
It should be noted that a similar model, like the Fiat 132, was also produced by the Spanish company SEAT, which was called the SEAT 132. It was a 4-door rear-wheel-drive sedan, the body of which was borrowed from the Fiat 132. Production of the SEAT 132 was discontinued in 1981 after as the fiat 132 was renamed.