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FIAT
127

1971 - 1983
Italy

🗃 Supermini (B)

A total of 3,730,000 FIAT 127 have been produced on earth in Italy between 1971 and 1983.

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History of the FIAT 127

Developed towards the end of the 1960s, the Fiat 127 was launched as a two-door saloon in April 1971. A three-door hatchback, using an identical body profile but with a full-depth rear door and folding rear seat, was launched the following year; this would prove to be the most popular version of the 127.[2] This was Fiat's first supermini-sized hatchback, along with a state-of-the-art transverse-engine/front-wheel-drive layout, with the transmission mounted on the end of the engine, both design ideas had been fully trialled since 1964, by Fiat's Autobianchi subsidiary with the Autobianchi Primula and 1969 Autobianchi A112 and A111 - although these models were not as widely exported as the 127 was. The larger Fiat 128, launched in 1969, was the first Fiat badged car to use the same transverse powertrain layout. The 127 used, as the A112, a shrunken version of the 128 platform and the rugged Fiat OHV 100 series 903 cc engine, that had powered the Autobianchi and, with various cylinder capacities, earlier generations of Fiat cars. The 127 also featured a unique transverse leaf spring suspension at the rear. Safety was another area of innovation - the 127 included an articulated steering column and crumple zones for progressive deformation under impact.

Upgrades & Evolutions during the FIAT 127 production

🔸 FIAT - 127 : 1971 - 1983

🔹 Produced for each model year :

🔹 1971 FIAT - 127

🔹 1972 FIAT - 127

🔹 1973 FIAT - 127

🔹 1974 FIAT - 127

🔹 1975 FIAT - 127

🔹 1976 FIAT - 127

🔹 1977 FIAT - 127

🔹 1978 FIAT - 127

🔹 1979 FIAT - 127

🔹 1980 FIAT - 127

🔹 1981 FIAT - 127

🔹 1982 FIAT - 127

🔹 1983 FIAT - 127

What are the FIAT 127 paint codes?

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Renovation tutorials for the FIAT 127

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What is the average quotation of the FIAT 127 year by year?

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FIAT 127 quotations from AUG 2022 to AUG 2022

📉 Cheapest quotation : US$1,500
Average quotation : US$4,125
📈 Most expensive quotation : US$6,750

The FIAT 127 has been produced in several configurations

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