Fiat Freemont Review
The Fiat Freemont minivan debuted in 2011, replacing the Ulysse model. After the merger of Fiat and Chrysler, the Italians decided to sell some American cars under their own brand, and one of these cars was the "Fremont" - a copy of the Dodge Journey model.
The production of the Fiat minivan was organized at the Chrysler plant in Mexico, the car was sold in the markets of Europe, Australia and some countries in South America. From its brother Freemont slightly differed in exterior design, interior decoration and decoration, as well as suspension and steering settings.
The large minivan with a length of 4.89 meters was offered in both five-seat and seven-seat versions.