🔍 partially reviewed


1978 - 2002

🗃 Large family car 5 seats 💺

1,061,807 FSO Polonez
have been produced in total on earth

The Polonez was based on Polski Fiat 125p that Fabryka Samochodów Osobowych (FSO) built under license from Fiat. The internal components, including modernized 1.3/1.5 Litre engines, (pistons and carburetor), the chassis, and other mechanicals, were from the Polski Fiat 125p, but the body was an entirely new hatchback body designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro. The car was meant to be equipped with Fiat's 2.0 Litre DOHC engines in the 1980s, but financial problems at the time made the purchase of a license from Fiat impossible. This is also why the 125p was produced simultaneously with the Polonez for more than a decade. Moreover, mechanical modernization only took place when it could be applied to both cars. This situation finally changed after the production of the 125p ended in 1991.
Upgrades & Evolutions during the FSO Polonez production
FSO Polonez paint codes
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Renovation tutorials for the FSO Polonez
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What is the average FSO Polonez gas consumption ?
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