2020 Fiat Fullback Cross Redesign, Release Date, Price. The forthcoming 2020 Fiat Fullback Cross is a special edition of a popular Fullback pickup truck. Unlike the regular Fullback, Fullback Cross comes with the only four-door option.
Whatsoever, Fullback Cross is basically a retuned version of Mitsubishi L200 or Mitsubishi Triton. Fullback is using the same engine as L200 and much more.
2020 Fiat Fullback Cross exterior looks more attractive than the base one model
The exterior of the 2020 Fiat Fullback Cross really looks sporty and aggressive. The new model will look even better thanks to the latest changes, but those changes are minor.
Mentioned side steps are all-new and 2020 Fullback Cross now comes with a new sport bar that runs over the cargo bed. Unlike the regular model that comes with two-door configuration, Cross model offers only a four-door body style.
2020 Fiat Fullback Cross will still use a 7-inch touchscreen
The 2020 Fiat Fullback Cross will come with small interior improvements. The latest addition is a new chrome kick plates and all-weather floor mats. That, the interior will stay intact.
Trailer stability assist is new, just like the lane departure warning. Cruise control is standard now and seven airbags are in the offer like on the previous models.
Infotainment system will get an upgrade but it will still use a 7-inch touchscreen. Automatic dual-zone climate control is optional, Bluetooth and USB ports are standard. Backup camera and navigation are made standard now.
2020 Fiat Fullback Cross engine
Under the hood of the all-new 2020, Fiat Fullback Cross is the same 2.4-liter four-cylinder turbodiesel powertrain. This engine is taken from the Mitsubishi’s L200 model. It can produce up to 180 HP and 317 lb-ft of torque.
This unit offers a 6-speed manual and 5-speed automatic transmission. The 2020 Fullback Cross can tow up to 6000 pounds.
2020 Fiat Fullback Cross price and release date
The price for the regular model starts at $30,000 so the 2020 Fiat Fullback Cross will cost slightly higher.
Italian carmaker is yet to release pricing details, but we can expect the price between $34,000 and $37,000. This mid-size pickup truck will go on sale later in the 2018 and the U.S. arrival date is unknown.