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Urban Cross Active Multijet 1.3

1248 cc | Manual | - kmpl

Urban Cross Dynamic Multijet 1.3

1248 cc | Manual | - kmpl

Urban Cross Emotion Multijet 1.3

1248 cc | Manual | - kmpl

Urban Cross Emotion T-Jet 1.4

1368 cc | Manual | - kmpl

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About Fiat Urban Cross


The Urban Cross is a slightly toned down version of the Fiat Avventura crossover that was first unveiled at the 2014 Auto Expo. It is based on the Punto platform and shares majority of its underpinnings and interior with the former. It is the Italian automaker’s entry into the now trending hatchback segment which has been getting a lot of attention from Indian buyers lately. Other players in this segment at the moment include the Volkswagen Cross Polo and the Toyota Etios Cross. 
The Urban Cross competes against the existing hatchback-based crossover models including the Volkswagen Cross Polo and the Toyota Etios Cross. Fiat India is hoping for this new model to attract a new breed of buyers looking for a rugged looking vehicle but with all the practicality of a compact hatchback. 


Although the Urban Cross is based on the same platform which also underpins the Punto hatchback, it gets rugged design bits like bash plates, plastic cladding and roof rails to make it look like a mini off-roader. The front-end has been modified in the form of sleek headlights that seem to grow out of the side of the hood. It also gets a one piece mesh grill and air intake which have been separated using a grey coloured front bash plate.

On the side, the Urban Cross has the same overall design as the Punto but appears larger than life thanks to the body cladding and bigger wheels. There is also moulding on the side which has the words Avventura written on it in a rather prominent font. The rear bumper too is taken off the latter to complete the stylish look. 


The Urban Cross has the same interior room as the standard Punto Evo so that means it’s very spacious and has loads of headroom. Given that the entire car has an adventure theme, the interior too has been modified in this manner. Standard features on the top-spec models include climate control, rear ac vents, adjustable driver seat, electrically adjustable mirrors, audio system with Bluetooth connectivity and alloy wheels. On the safety front, the car has dual airbags and ABS with EBD.

Engin & Transmission

The Urban Cross is available with one petrol and one diesel engine option. The 1.4-litre is Fiat’s FIRE engine producing 89bhp of power and 115Nm of torque. The diesel engine is the familiar 1.3-litre Multijet mill churning out 92bhp and 209Nm of torque. These engines are mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox that sends power to the front wheels. 


Fiat Urban Cross Expert Review

Charles Pennefather
by Charles Pennefather

Most people will not spend much time on the highway, but what little time we do spend is holiday time, meaning the experience needs to be a good one. The Urban Cross got a shot at this when it was drafted in as a support car for our video crew on a trip to Goa.

Fiat Urban Cross 1_3 Dynamic Long Term Review Report 2

There were one or two complaints about the Urban Cross – first, that the boot space is too small for the kind of vehicle it is. It can take weekend luggage for four, but serving a full load of DOPs and their equipment was a tall task for the Urban Cross’s boot. Secondly, cruising at anything over 110 kmph meant that wind noise discouraged any conversation at civil volumes. Finally, the fuel efficiency dipped significantly with a full load and with the constant cruising at triple-digit speeds. This is not a knock on the Fiat’s efficiency as an absolute, mind; we still made it comfortably from Pune to Goa on a single tank with quite a bit left over. However, it would be nice to have a more consistent figure from a diesel driveline.

Fiat Urban Cross 1_3 Dynamic Long Term Review Report 2

Speaking of which, the engine hums at 2500 rpm in top gear when at 100 kmph, which seems a little high for this class of car. The turbo lag that isn’t very noticeable when a single person is driving it also becomes a little pronounced, meaning you have to keep the engine above 2000 rpm if you want to retain performance when loaded. However, the brakes never leave you wanting for bite or feel, no matter the load. Oh, and that subliminal ride can’t be fazed by anything, at any speed. The tyre roar can get intrusive when you’re hustling along, but they offer great grip, both in the dry and wet.

The inside story
When you have four people in your car, you’re going to have four mobile phones. And they’re going to want to charge them at some point – but the Fiat offers only a single 12V socket, when cars in the same segment have begun offering two sockets for the past few years. Another Achilles heel is the storage space – the cubby hole at the top of the centre console is useful as a sunglasses holder, and the coin holder to the right of the steering wheel is very useful because it shuts, but the door pockets will not hold a water bottle that is even slightly wider than the standard 1 litre bottle.

Fiat Urban Cross 1_3 Dynamic Long Term Review Report 2

The rear passengers have to make do with door pockets big enough for just a wallet and not much else. There are generous seat back pockets for both front seats, but they eat into the limited kneeroom available.

Fiat Urban Cross 1_3 Dynamic Long Term Review Report 2

Even the front occupants will have a tough time, because the way the mobile phone fits into the space ahead of the gearlever makes the shift lever jam up against the phone when in first and third gear sometimes, and the space below the handbrake can’t be used for a large-ish phone as it fouls with that lever when it is disengaged.

Fiat Urban Cross 1_3 Dynamic Long Term Review Report 2

To sum up
The Urban Cross isn’t a bad car, oh no. On the other hand, it is far from perfect. But if you love driving and want to go down random dirt tracks, there is no better option in the segment.

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Fiat Urban Cross Colours

Bossanova White
Bronzo Tan
Exotica Red
Hip Hop Black
Magnesio Grey
Minimal Grey

Urban Cross Specifications

Note: Specifications for Urban Cross have been mentioned

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Bossanova White, Bronzo Tan, Exotica Red, Hip Hop Black, Magnesio Grey, Minimal Grey
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Fiat Urban Cross News

Fiat opens bookings for the Urban Cross
Fiat opens bookings for the Urban Cross
Desirazu Venkat
by Desirazu Venkat
13th September 2016 09:45   IST

Fiat has opened bookings for its Urban Cross compact crossover with the ...

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