Fiat 130

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Fuel consumption
Acceleration to 100 km/h

The Fiat 130, introduced in 1969 and produced until 1977, marked Fiat's foray into the executive car market. Its production was Fiat's attempt to compete with established luxury car makers of the time. The 130 was offered as a sedan and a coupe and was appreciated for its comfort, roominess, and advanced engine technology.

The Fiat 130 was initially equipped with a 2.8-liter V6 engine capable of producing 140 horsepower. This engine was Fiat's first V6, and its design was spearheaded by famed engine designer Aurelio Lampredi. In 1971, the engine was upgraded to a 3.2-liter variant that generated a robust 165 horsepower.

The Fiat 130 was a large, comfortable sedan with a design that exemplified late 1960s aesthetics. It featured a spacious and luxurious cabin, with high-quality materials and advanced features for its time, such as power steering and power windows.

In terms of performance, the Fiat 130 was more about cruising comfort than outright speed. Nonetheless, the 3.2-liter variant was capable of reaching a top speed of around 190 km/h, and acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h took about 10 seconds. Read more

Fuel consumption
Acceleration to 100 km/h
от 38500 USD

Average price at auction of an Fiat 130

Generations Fiat 130

  -  is being produced now
Name, years of manufacture, type body
Fuel consumption
Acceleration to 100
Auction price
1st generation
1st generation
1969 - 1978Sedan
100 - 500 USD
1971 - 1978Coupe
14 l
9.9 sec
100 - 500 USD

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