1978 Fiat 128

For 1978, the Fiat 128 was available as a 2-door Sport Hatchback, and a 2- and 4-door sedan. Due to poor sales, the station wagon was no longer offered. Styling changes were minimal. Power was provided from an overhead cam four-cylinder engine displacing 78.7 cubic-inches and offering 62 (SAE) horsepower. The front-wheel drive vehicle had a four-speed manual transmission with disc brakes in the front and drums at the rear.
By Daniel Vaughan | Sep 2016

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Fiat produced the 128 from 1969 through 1985. 3,107,000 examples were built by Fiat with another 1,031,671 produced under license by Zastava until 2001. The 128 was a front-wheel drive vehicle that had a transverse-mounted engine and unequal length drive shafts. Another unique feature on the 128 was the clutch release mechanism which had originally been developed for the Autobianchi Primula.....
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Designed for families, the Fiat 128 was the Italian car companys first front wheel drive car designed by engineer Dante Giacosa. A nice alternative to many of the smaller models Fiat produced, the 128 was introduced in 1969 and continued in production until 1985. Though it looked similar to both the Fiat 124 and the Fiat 125, the 128 was set apart because of its engineering. Pioneering the way, the....
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Fiat Monthly Sales Volume

June 2019
933
May 2019
1,025
April 2019
931
March 2019
847
February 2019
616
January 2019
751
December 2018
977
November 2018
1,309
October 2018
1,151
September 2018
1,185
August 2018
1,374
July 2018
1,240
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