The Fiat Argo is a subcompact B-segment hatchback produced by the Italian automaker Fiat in Brazil since 2017. The car was launched to replace both the Fiat Punto and the Fiat Palio, with a mission to revitalize the brand's compact offering in various markets, primarily in South America.
The Fiat Argo is offered with a variety of engines depending on the market. For the Brazilian market, it comes with a 1.0L Firefly Flex three-cylinder engine producing up to 77 hp, a 1.3L Firefly Flex four-cylinder engine with up to 109 hp, and a 1.8L E.torQ EVO Flex four-cylinder engine offering up to 139 hp.
The Argo's design is modern and dynamic, with sharp lines and a distinctive front end that carries Fiat's current design language. The interior is spacious for its class, with a contemporary layout and a substantial amount of equipment for the category.
In terms of performance, the Argo delivers a balanced blend of comfort and efficiency. The 1.0L engine is ideal for city driving, while the 1.3L and 1.8L engines provide more power for highway driving and overtaking. Read more
Standard features on the Fiat Argo include air conditioning, power steering, and a modern infotainment system compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Higher trims offer additional features such as a rear-view camera, keyless entry, push-button start, and advanced safety technologies including stability control and traction control.
Since its launch, the Fiat Argo has been well received in the markets where it's sold, particularly in Brazil where it consistently ranks among the top-selling cars. Its combination of stylish design, practicality, and good value for money have resonated with buyers, ensuring its place as a key model in Fiat's lineup.