Looking for Fiat Avventura? Here are the reviews and ratings by Avventura owners from across the country.
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LET ME BEGIN WITH THE DRIVING EXPERICES THE STERRING TOO HARD, THE LEG SPACE NOT GOOD THE FUEL EFFICIENCY NOT GOOD THE TURBO JET STARTS AFTER 2 RPM THE ENGINE GET TOO HOT AFTER A LONG DRIVE OVERAL ITS LOOKS ARE THE BEST THERE IS A LOT OF SPACE FOR IMPROVEMNT.
YOU CAN CONNECT THE PHONE TO YOUR CAR BUT NOT PLAY MUSIC AS IT JUST SUPPORTS THE BLUETOOTH BUT THE MUSIC SYSTEM SUCKS YOU CAN BUY A LOT OF OTHERS CARS FOR THE SAME PRIZE ITS JUST THE WORST CAR ALL I CAN SAY IS THIS COMPANY NEED TO BE SUE FOR THIS THE WORST CAR OF THE YEAR AND DONT BUY A FIAT THE SERVICE IS ALSO GONNA HURT AS THIS IS ALL I CAN SAY OVER ALL ITS SUCKS THEY NEED TO DO A LOT OF IMPROVEMENT.
THIS IS MY WORST EXPERIENCE OF A CAR, THE ONLY THING I CAN SAY IS OWNERS ADVICE DONT BUY A FIAT.JUST THE LOOKUNCOMFORTABLE STEERING ,SERVICE HURTS
.exterior to to much good looking it is attractive to every one.
Interior (Features, Space & Comfort)
it is lum-sum good , people can handle. but its stering is hard
Engine Performance, Fuel Economy and Gearbox
in city drive the at low gear the VGT never kicks and power is poor so engine perormance is pipy. the fuel economy in city is 5-10kmpl max but on highway it is good approx 20kmpl. gear box ratio to engine is very very bad at low rpm power is approx nil.
Ride Quality & Handling
ridind is fun, its hydrolic power assit stearing is not smooth and soft. no parts avilable in open market and in service center parts vale is 10 times higher than others. service center are not able to rectify even whell alignments.
never buy this car you have to always think to drive mainly due to excess poor milage of this car
Areas of improvement gear ratio and fuel economy must be improved as it is BS-IV engine than minimum of 18kmpl average fuel economy is avilable
City drive is painful, having very poor milage about 5-10 kmpl and no parts are avilable in marketcar is good but its fuel economy in city drive, torque , gear ratios and service are too much bad
Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) Enjoyable.
Engine Performance, Fuel Economy and Gearbox No complaints.
Ride Quality & Handling Very nice. There is one great problem the audiosystems are very very poor near to non functioning and the general service is abysmal very very very bad, just for that Iwill never buy another Fiat ! Our service station is Ramkaye Service. We have owned the car for one year and complained about this issue for one year !! It is till date not resolved.
It took two months to get mudflap spare for fron driver side and about six lies at end we found the spare had not even been ordered!
As service provides better enjoyment of the car and the audiosystem is an integral part of the driving experience this has not been a great purchase. The bluetooth facility was bought as a safety feature and has proven to be a stressfull item as voice recognition does not work for any local names and for few english ones....even the service staff sat in standing car yelling at microphone with no result. The regional service manager copied and pasted the user manual to us ! And that is the sum total till date of service we received on an item priced at 60,000 INR in showroom!
Areas of improvement Just provide service and trained staff!stylish nice drive comfortable long hauls fuel consumption goodblue and me does not work, voice recognition absent , receiver radio is very bad
The best part about all that suspension retuning is that the Avventura is friendlier on bad roads now. Not that the ground clearance was ever an issue with the Punto Evo, but more is always better when it comes to that, especially in India. It has been increased to 205mm, 10mm up on the Punto. And that’s as good as a lot of full-fledged SUVs in the market.
To keep the body roll and pitch in check with the added clearance, the engineers have tightened the suspension a bit. But unfortunately, there’s still a fair bit of roll even with the suspension tweaks in place. The Punto Evo runs on chunky high-profile rubber, but this one gets slightly lower-profile tyres. The ride, just like the Punto’s, remains sublime. It swallows potholes with utter ease, without making any disconcerting noises while going over battered surfaces.
On the looks front, the biggest highlight of the Avventura is the tailgate-mounted spare wheel. Fiat thinks it makes it look more like a SUV. We’re not entirely sure if it does, but it certainly gives it an unmistakable look.
The front bumper gets a complete makeover, and now sports a brushed aluminium finish, and a few more touches to add to the rugged look. At the sides, things are largely untouched, barring the plastic cladding (a must for every little crossover) and a huge ‘Avventura’ badge on the front doors. At the back, the spare wheel is mounted on a hinge, and swings out horizontally, while the hatch opens vertically, much like a regular hatch. This makes accessing the boot an unnecessarily time-consuming affair.
Inside, the dashboard too has been revised – there’s a dual-tone finish on the dash, and the centre console houses the inclinometer that we told you about earlier. The seats are a mix of faux leather and fabric. They look neat, and they’re quite comfortable, too. The Avventura will be available with both petrol and diesel engine options. The petrol is the 1.4-litre unit, and the one we drove was the 1.3-litre MultiJet diesel block. There’s no 74bhp option, as this motor, in the Avventura, comes only with a variable geometry turbocharger that helps it churn out 89bhp.
Despite the tweaks, there’s still plenty of turbo lag at the bottom end of the rev range, and the turbo kicks in only after the needle passes the 2,000rpm mark. Fiat makes this engine, and lends it to several other manufacturers in the country. But surprisingly, some other manufacturers like Maruti have been able to tune this engine better than Fiat in terms of power delivery.
4cyl, 1368cc (Petrol)/1248cc (Diesel), 92bhp/89bhp, 115Nm/200Nm, 5M, FWD, fuel tank: 45 litres, Rs 6.14 lakh - 8.41 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai).
Fits the bill if you want a compact car that can handle your weekend getaways, too.
Looks awesome, More stylish, can improve in adding projector headlamps, Very high ground clearence which makes to roll around bumpy roads, good suspension supports it. Fiat is well known for their rigid cars, this is also a solid car.
i miss reverse parking sensors,
Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) good amount of space, gives a superb riding quality, sporty instrumentation, adventure guages looks good. interior quality is very good,
Engine Performance, Fuel Economy and Gearbox
naughty gearbox requires frequent gear shiting it makes us sporty, performance is good, handling is excellent, at round corners with higher speed turns perfectly, steering obeys very sharp.
Very efficient breaking with ABS and EBD. coming to fuel efficiency at city it gives avg 17km/l and at highway it gives 23km/l
Its great worthy for money, dont compare it with Hyundai active I20, Avventura is more faraway from it. It suitable to compare with Ford Ecosport but for Ecosport you need to pay another 2lacs more.
This car is a real crossover. perfectly suitable for Indian roads.
Looks awesome, good ground clearance, nice suspensions, Efficient braking ABS and EBD, good handlincan add projector head lamps, exe
I took the delivery of Fiat Avventura diesel emotion on 2nd Feb 2015 from Oberoi Fiat Noida. Sales people were too friendly but did not provide a discount of a single penny though the make of the car was of 2014. Now its almost more than 2 months and the dealer has not provided the registration number. I try calling the dealership but they don't answer the calls most of the times.
They give false promises but they have not provided the registration number. I have filed a complaint with the Fiat custome service as well as dropped numerous mails to fiat india but they are least bothered. So think twice before making a choice.
As far as the car is concerned people are bound to give it a second look. Great to drive on Highways and at speeds above 80 km/hr. Good performance on bad and broken roads. Tried driving it at 140 km/hr and the car was stable enough.
Tried a max spped of 180 km/hr on the Yamuna expressway. All in all you would love to drive it at higher speeds. Though the ground clearance is 205 mm but still the you feel confident enough on the corners at higher speed.
Amit Singh.Looks and stylingVery bad experience with the sales and service.
Exterio Awesome, I have Exotica Red. Whenever i am taking my car on road, it is attracting almost every second person.
Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) Number of features, Space is good enough and comfortable for driver as well as for passengers.
Engine Performance, Fuel Economy and Gearbox I have Diesel variant. Engine Performance is good and after 1500 RPM or as soon as Turbo boosts speed boosts up like rocket. Gearbox is example of high-end engraining, Very easy and smooth shifting.
Ride Quality & Handling Before purchasing Avventura, I had checked number of other cars in this segment but found Avventura best. You will not found head rolling problem in this car which is present on almost all other cars.
If you are planning to get car, get this car and enjoy your life. I am already enjoying it J.
Areas of improvement Rear Parking Sensors and camera.Ride and handalingStill searching
Exterior Eextremely beautiful than other compact suv, mpv, luv etc....(my openion). Rear spare wheel looks funky, stunning functional roof rails, 205 mm ground clearance is superior in bad roads. Overall looks totally european segment.
Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) Well thought-out ambient lighting, the dual tone dashboard , rear ac vents. High-terrain gauges like the horizontal and vertical Inclinometers and compass.
Audio system volume control that adjusts itself according to the engine noise. Automatic headlamps.
Engine Performance, Fuel Economy and Gearbox Same 1.3 l mjd engine use but little change in tuning, remap the ecu it results the turbo lag is short i think turbo kiks @ 1500 rpm. after that multijet is a diesel rocket.
Agar sahi kaha jaaye toh multi jet engine ki jaan hi VGT hai. yekeen maano mjd ki top speed bhi dusro se zyaada hi hai, i drive the linea @ 185 kmph with total confidance (because of its hydraulic steering) at yamuna expressway us samay koi bhi dusri car overtake nahi kar paayi thi.
After all the result was 18 kmpl overall. yes it is true. Gearbox is bit rubbery but smooth.
Ride Quality & Handling Excellent as well as brillient like abarth.
Final Words Beautiful and practical product at very normal price.
Areas of improvement Rear seat headroom for tall passengers.LOOKS, 205mm GC, Rear Ac, Build Quality, DRIVING DYNAMICS, HYDRAULIC STEERING, COMPASS, SUSPENSIONback seat for tall passengers little uncomfortable
Exterior Killer looks. People will turn their heads twice :)
Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) Very Good. Not as spacious as i20 but comfort level is higher than any other car in this segment.
Engine Performance, Fuel Economy and Gearbox Very Good. Engine feels little under powered under 1500 RPM but after that the power delivery very strong and enjoyable.
Ride Quality & Handling Amazing. No one in this segment can match the ride quality of this Italian beauty. That extra ground clearance and strong suspension will give you the confidence of tackle some really bad roads and humps without taking off your leg from accelerator.
Final Words If you are looking for something unique then this is the car for you. Truly a driver's car. Just go for it!
Areas of improvement
> Engine tuning could have been improved.
> Bigger bottle holders are missing.
> Arm rest.
> Could have been included the reverse parking sensors or camera.strong-built , Looks, Ride, Mileage, Features , ComfortEngine is bit lazy under 1500 rpm.