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flex fuel limitations

flex fuel limitations

flex fuel limitations

When you think of Fiat in the U.S. market, if you are of the right age you probably think first of the diminutive 500 Fiat North America has annou nced they’re going to be bringing to the lineup in 2015, a 500 model that has notable capability.

It’s the Fiat 500X.

Reportedly the 500X is the first model that is being offered in the U.S. market by Fiat that was developed with input from designers and engineers from the U.S. We predict that they’ll have a hit on their hands.

The roll out of this new vehicle may be delayed for a while, though. Recent spy photos taken at an undisclosed location appear to indicate some reliability issues may have surfaced. One of the comments overheard from engineers shortly after this photo was taken was "Maybe for the flex-fuel version we should forget the nitro and stick with the E-85 version"!!

RE: flex fuel limitations

Looks perfect for "short" commutes, say 1/4 mile.

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