The seven seats Freemont was described by Fiat as a “Factotum developed vehicle to the differing needs of families and people who meet the spacious, comfortable and versatile car.” A “Factotum”is “a worker employed all sorts,” says the Oxford Encyclopedic English Dictionary.
The Fremont has been charged with the Ford S-Max and Ford Galaxy, when it goes on sale in June to compete in European markets.
Freemont with front wheel drive and two Fiat 2.0-liter turbo diesel engines, produces 140 hp or 170 hp, coupled with a manual gearbox. Later, the Freemont lineup with a four-wheel-drive version that will be presented with the 170-hp 2.0-liter Fiat engine or a 276-horsepower 3.6-liter V6 engine from Chrysler, with automatic transmission linked extensively.
Exterior design is almost identical to the trip, except for a different badge on the nose.
A “Metropolitan” version of the Freemont gets 17-inch alloy wheels, a touch screen radio with a 8.4-inch screen, Bluetooth, rear parking sensors, folding mirrors, automatic headlights, tinted rear windows and roof rails.