TURIN — The first project to be implemented by the powertrain joint venture established by this year's Fiat SpA-General Motors Corp. alliance is an all-new 1.2L Multijet turbodiesel (MJTD) engine. Fiat will offer the engine first in 2002 in the updated Punto range. One year later the highly efficient turbodiesel will be powering the all-new replacement for the current Fiat Seicento. But it will be tuned to deliver less power and further enhanced fuel economy. The small 1.2L, 4-cyl. 60-hp ...
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