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Fiat Ritmo
Fiat
aka Fiat Strada
Production 1978-1988(1,790,000 units made)
Class small family /compact
Body Style 3-door hatchback,5-door hatchback,2-door cabriolet
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Width Width - type here
Height Height - type here
Wheelbase wheelbase - type here
Weight Weight - you get the point
Transmission transmission + drive
Engine engine
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N/A lb-ft of torque @ N/A rpm
Similar similar (competition)
Designer Bertone

The Fiat Ritmo is a small family car produced by Fiat from 1978-1988 . It was sold in the UK and North America as the Fiat Strada .The car was also sold as a SEAT . The most revolutionary thing about this car was not the car it's self (which was built on the chassis of the 126) but the fact it was the first car to be built by robots .However the Fiat ritmo suffered from build quality problems which later forced Fiat to pull out of the North American market [1] . In 2007 the New Fiat Bravo was rebadged as the Fiat ritmo in Australia due to the fact that name is used by Mazda to market it B-Series pick up truck [2]

See Autopedia's comprehensive Fiat Ritmo Review.

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