Fiat Unwraps Doblo Trekking at Geneva Auto Show

The Fiat Doblo Trekking passenger van receives new front and rear bumpers and a raised chassis with an under-engine guard.

Byron Pope, Associate Editor

March 4, 2015

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Fiat Doblo Trekking features new tractioncontrol system
Fiat Doblo Trekking features new traction-control system.

Fiat’s new Doblo Trekking passenger van, unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show this week, is aimed at outdoor enthusiasts.

Based on the recently released Doblo small van, the Trekking boasts a number of features not found on the standard model, including the “Traction+” traction-control system and a hill-hold function.

The automaker says Traction+ increases traction on difficult terrains and is less expensive than traditional all-wheel-drive systems.

The Doblo Trekking’s exterior receives side molding with the “Trekking” logo, 16-in. alloy rims, new front and rear bumpers and a raised chassis with an under-engine guard. The model also comes with a unique color, Bronzo Magnetico.

Inside, the Trekking has a new dashboard, seats and door panels wrapped in eco-leather. A rear storage space also is added, as is an optional compartment in the front.

Other features include a manual climate-control system, fog lights, retractable rear-view mirrors, a front armrest, a repositionable rear shelf, front and side airbags, a rear-seat monitoring mirror and privacy glass.

Optional equipment includes rear-parking sensors, cruise control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with radio controls, a leather gearbox cover, roof rails and the UConnect infotainment system with navigation.

The Doblo Trekking comes available with a number of engine choices, including two 1.4L gasoline engines producing 95 hp and 120 hp, and two 1.6L turbodiesels making 90 hp and 105 hp. A 2.0L turbodiesel also is offered.     

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