Fiat manuals

Fiat demonstrates the intrinsic biblical-endorsed power of words through a simple spelling exercise. Fiat. Simple, isn't it? It sound whole and commanding and besides being and acronym for Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino, it also means let there be in Latin. Mimicking the Genesis show, episode 1, Let there be light, a group of skilled business men who bought the factory during the early 1910s, said Let there be cars. And there were cars alright. Fiat continues on the path of innovation and superior technology into the 21st century with a line of new engines and new models. Sergio Marchionne has been CEO since 2004 and along with Chairman Luca di Montezemolo have steadily increased the standing of the company from one that once looked to be in financial trouble, to one that can now be seen as an example of success. As of 2009, amid the world's major financial crisis, Fiat is strong enough to take a controlling stake in struggling American automaker Chrysler.

Manuals for Fiat cars:

Fiat 500 Something of an Italian answer to the VW Beetle, the original Fiat 500 was produced from 1957 through 1975 and featured a rear-mounted, air-cooled engine of just 500cc (a half-liter) in size. Among the 500's (or Cinquecento's) lovable traits were its diminutive yet space-efficient body that made maneuvering in crowded European cities a snap, an available large fold-back canvas sunroof and a small appetite for fuel.
Fiat Doblo Meet the Fiat Doblò, the new Fiat that is all about space. A space to be shared with family and friends, a liveable space for travelling and socialising, for whoever chooses the Fiat Doblò as a partner for leisure or work. It was designed with practicality and comfort in mind to make the best of space on board and accommodate up to seven occupants. An authentic "family space" vehicle that can rely on top-class safety, cost-effective running and environment-friendliness.
Fiat Punto The new 2012 Fiat Punto builds on the Italian company's heritage of producing mould-breaking, class leading small cars. Aimed at the most competitive and dynamic sector of the car market, the 2012 Punto cements its hard-won reputation as a stylish, technologically advanced supermini. Available with either three or five doors, the new Punto features a wider range of planet pleasing engines, more equipment, and more choice of specification than ever before.