Kenosha dealership creates make comparisons to highlight Fiat key features

Palmen Fiat updates online model research to include Fiat make comparisons

KENOSHA, Wis., Sept. 25, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- In an effort to help shoppers through the car buying process, Palmen Fiat has updated its model information pages to include research that compares the Fiat brand with top competitors, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. In these comparisons, top features of the Fiat brand are highlighted to show buyers the benefits of choosing Fiat over other brands like BMW and Mercedes-Benz.  

The Fiat brand has a rich Italian history that shows through in the design of its vehicles with a simple yet modern look that perfectly blends together form and function. The Fiat Abarth line of models adds another layer of luxury with more sporty performance features included such as a turbocharged engine, a turbo boost gauge, an Abarth-tuned torque transfer control, performance suspension, brakes and a sport-tuned exhaust.  

Safety and security are a priority in Fiat vehicles. These available features include Blind Spot Monitoring, Rear Cross Path Detection, parking assistance features and a steel safety frame that has crumple zones designed to help absorb energy in the event of a crash to help direct it away from passengers.  

Versatility is also a top feature in Fiat models. Most models in the Fiat lineup have a hatchback body style which allows drivers to customize their passenger and cargo space to their needs. Most Fiat vehicles have a 60/40 split-folding rear seat that folds either side down so that passengers can still be seated in the rear of the vehicle while opening up more space to store gear.  

Drivers interested in learning more about Fiat models can contact a member of the Palmen Fiat sales team at 866-951-8777 or stop in to the dealership at 5309 75th Street in Kenosha. 

Media Contact: Jack Borissenkov, Palmen Fiat, 866-951-8777,

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