The 1959 Fiat 1100 Berlina Lusso Sedan is a vintage Italian sedan from a bygone era. Its classic Italian styling features a rounded and aerodynamic shape, a long hood, and chrome-finished bumpers and features. The Fiat 1100 is a small yet comfortable sedan with seating for five passengers, and a split-back bench seat in the rear. The dashboard is simple, with minimal controls, while the manual transmission provides smooth and precise shifts. Underneath the stylish exterior lies a reliable, 52 horsepower engine and front-wheel drive suspension. The engine is mated to a 4-speed manual or 3-speed automatic transmission, allowing the Fiat 1100 to get up to speeds of up to 65 miles per hour. The suspension is firm, providing a smooth ride while the drums brakes are more than adequate for the cars size. The Fiat 1100 is an economy car with an old-world charm that has been completely refurbished with modern touches. The interior is spacious, thanks to the extra-wide doors that open up to wide windows, providing excellent visibility and ventilation. The Berlina Lusso trim adds additional luxury touches including velvet seats, wood-laminate dashboard with a chrome accent, and door panels with chrome trim. The Fiat 1100 Berlina Lusso Sedan is an iconic classic sedan that is sure to bring a sense of nostalgia and vintage Italian style to any driveway. It is the perfect combination of a comfortable and reliable 1950s sedan with all the modern touches of today.
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