General Specifications of the Fiat Qubo
The new Qubo has been revised and is somewhere between a supermini and people carrier. Although it is relatively small in size, it can still accommodate five adults and has a 250 litre capacity boot as well. The vehicle is 3.96m long and 1.7m wide and the interior resembles an MPV, with practicality at the forefront of the design. Without the parcel shelf the boot capacity increases to 650 litres and if you remove the rear seats you can achieve 2,500 litres – safe to say there is enough space for whatever you need and no matter your task in hand you can be assured that at least one of the 16 seating configurations will suit you.
Amongst some of the other changes to the Qubo are high-mounted headlights, a new ‘smiling’ front grilles and a chunkier front bumper.
Fiat Qubo trim levels
The Qubo is available in three trims; Pop, Lounge and Trekking. The Pop is the standard, entry level model, don’t be fooled though, it still showcases some great extras; remote central locking, body-coloured bumpers, electric front windows and the driver’s seat comes with lumbar support and an armrest. The Pop is powered by a 75bhp 1.4-litre petrol engine
If you choose the Lounge model you can expect to see air conditioning, front fog lights, infotainment system and 16-inch alloy wheels. As well as the same petrol engine as the Pop, you can also choose the Lounge with a 79bhp 1.3-litre MultiJet II turbo diesel engine.
At the top of the range is the Qubo Trekking, it has raised suspension and Traction+ electronic front differential, roof bars, rear parking sensors and cruise control. The engine is 1.3-litre MultiJet II turbo diesel as standard.
First deliveries of the Qubo are expected in September this year.