2020 Fiat Toro facelift debuts with revised looks, more features
Fiat has taken the wraps off the refreshed Toro pickup truck. The 2020 version comes with new standard and available equipment, and the turbo diesel is now obtainable in base.
The original Toro debuted in 2016 based on an elongated Jeep Renegade chassis. The cars are manufactured in Brazil, and that country is also responsible for most of the sales, too.
The 2020 Fiat Toro ships in four trim versions, just like before, and sports a new front bumper design. All trims above the standard one get a new seven-inch multimedia display (up from five inches).
A new Ultra trim will join the lineup in the coming months, featuring a hard cover for the truck bed that should keep your belongings safe. The hard cover essentially turns the cargo bed into a sort of trunk, but you can remove it anytime you want.
The facelift will ship with two gasoline/ethanol engines: a 1.8-liter EtorQ rated at 135…139 hp (101…104 kW) and a 2.4-liter Tigrshark capable of 174…186 hp (130…139 kW). You can also opt for a turbo diesel engine rated at 170 hp (127 kW), which is now available for all configurations. Transmission choices include five-speed manual, six-speed automatic and nine-speed automatic.
The most affordable 2020 Fiat Toro starts at 92,990 Brazilian Real (~$24,750 USD). Fiat doesn’t offer the model outside of South America.
Chief Editor Olga Markelova