Thursday, December 3, 2009
Which Cars Should Fiat Bring to the U.S.?
With today's announcement on the planned alliance between Chrysler LLC and the Fiat Group (read all the details here), it's only logical that we begin speculating on the Italian cars that could -or should- make their way on this side of the Atlantic in the very near future. Ferrari and Maserati aside, the Fiat Group owns the Alfa Romeo, Abarth, Lancia and Fiat marques.
If you want our opinion, we'd vote for the Fiat 500 and its Abarth sibling; the group's latest MINI Cooper rival, the Alfa MiTo including the GTA version that will debut in Geneva; the Alfa 159 as an alternative to the BMW 3-Series and Audi A4; and maybe, the indecisively sporty, Alfa Brera and Spider. Refresh your memory on all the automobiles available by the Fiat Group's four mainstream brands after the jump, and tell us what you think.