Fiat Punto EVO

Fiat Punto EVO Price

` 5.0 - 7.7 Lac*
*Ex-showroom Price New Delhi
4.5 / 5based on 47 reviews
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  • Colors
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  • Economy
    20.5 kmpl
    Service cost
  • Performance
    1248 cc
  • Comfort
    Power Steering
  • Safety
    Central Lock
    Brake Assist
  • EMI
    60 months

Fiat Punto EVO Price List

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    1.3 Active
    1248 cc, Manual, Diesel, 21.2 kmpl
    `5.9 Lac* Get On Road Price
    1.3 Dynamic
    1248 cc, Manual, Diesel, 21.2 kmpl
    `6.7 Lac* Get On Road Price
    1.3 Emotion
    1248 cc, Manual, Diesel, 21.2 kmpl
    `7.3 Lac* Get On Road Price
    90HP 1.3 Sport
    1248 cc, Manual, Diesel, 20.5 kmpl
    `7.7 Lac* Get On Road Price
    1.2 Active
    1172 cc, Manual, Petrol, 15.8 kmpl
    `5.0 Lac* Get On Road Price
    1.2 Dynamic
    1172 cc, Manual, Petrol, 15.8 kmpl
    `5.5 Lac* Get On Road Price
    1.4 Emotion
    1368 cc, Manual, Petrol, 14.4 kmpl
    `7.3 Lac* Get On Road Price



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Fiat Punto EVO Color Options

  • Glirati Gold

  • magnesio Grey

  • Pearl White

  • Tuscan Wine

  • Minimal Grey

  • Exotica Red

  • Hip Hop Black

Fiat Punto EVO Specifications

Variants Fuel Type Transmission Engine Description Mileage Power
City Highway
1.3 Active Diesel Manual 1248cc
18.0 21.2 75bhp @ 4000rpm
1.3 Dynamic Manual 1248cc
18.0 21.2 75bhp @ 4000rpm
1.3 Emotion Manual 1248cc
18.0 21.2 75bhp @ 4000rpm
90HP 1.3 Sport Manual 1248cc
17.1 20.5 91.7bhp @ 4000rpm
1.2 Active Petrol Manual 1172cc
12.3 15.8 67.1bhp @ 6000rpm
1.2 Dynamic Manual 1172cc
12.3 15.8 67.1bhp @ 6000rpm
1.4 Emotion Manual 1368cc
11.3 14.4 88.8bhp @ 6000rpm

Fiat Punto EVO Review


July 29, 2015: Spy shots of the latest Linea and Punto Abarth have surfaced online. It seem that Fiat is all set to give the other mid-size sedans, a run for their money. The new car offers sporty styling cues, which also include a subtle rear-spoiler. The interiors get a splash of luxury and flaunt a touchscreen infotainment system. Exteriors of the new Linea Elegante will get a body kit with add-ons to its front and rear bumpers. Mechanically the cars will remain  unaltered and will continue to feature the same 1.3-liter diesel and 1.4-liter petrol engines. Fiat is also ready to launch its performance brand, Abarth on August 4 2015 in India by introducing Abarth 595 into the market. A new Punto T-Jet Abarth with feature a 135 hp motor and will be launched before Diwali 2015. 


This company in India, which is the fully owned subsidiary of the Italian automaker has officially launched the 2014 version of its premium hatchback in the country's car market. This latest hatchback is re-branded as Fiat Punto EVO and it continues to be available with the same two petrol and one diesel engine option for the buyers to choose from. It is available in three trim levels like Active, Dynamic and Emotion, which will help the customers to select the trim suitable for their needs and requirements. All the diesel variants will be equipped with a 1.3-litre Multijet engine, which is capable of producing 75bhp of peak power and 197Nm of maximum torque. However, its top end Sport variant is equipped with a slightly tuned engine, which belts out 92bhp of power and about 209Nm of peak torque. On the other hand, the Emotion petrol variant is equipped with a 1.4-litre Fire engine, while the base and mid range trim carries a 1.2-litre FIRE petrol mill under the hood. This 2014 version is all about cosmetic updates in terms of both exteriors and interiors. Although, it has a similar body structure like its outgoing model, it is bestowed with a new set of cosmetics, which gives it a next-gen appeal. To start with its exteriors, major updates have been given to its front facade in the form of a new radiator grille, headlamps and bumper. Its side profile remains mostly identical to be outgoing model, but its wheel arches are now fitted with a set of diamond cut alloy wheels. Its rear profile received minor tweaks in the form of updated bumper and improved taillight cluster. All these cosmetic changes have certainly brought a distinct new look to the vehicle. Coming to the interiors, this facelifted version gets completely refined interiors, which resembles the design of Linea sedan. At the same time, this hatchback gets newly design seats, which are quite wide and have been integrated with head restraints. Coming to the comfort aspects, the company has retained all the features from the outgoing version. It has aspects like a hydraulic power assisted steering, a fully automatic AC unit including rear vents, follow me home headlamps and power windows. On the other hand, it is integrated with important safety aspects like an engine immobilizer, fire prevention system and automatic door locks. Its top end Emotion variant is also incorporated with front airbags featuring early crash sensors and 3-point seat belts. The braking mechanism as well as the suspension system are quite proficient and keeps the vehicle stable and well balanced on any road condition, which further adds to the safety standards as well. This latest version will lock horns with the likes of Volkswagen Polo, Maruti Suzuki Swift along with upcoming Tata Bolt and Hyundai Elite i20 in the most competitive hatchback segment. On the other hand, this company in India is offering this premium hatch with a standard 3 year or 100,000 kilometers warranty, whichever is earlier. This can be further extended at an additional cost, which is quite good for the buyers.



The refurbished version has a spectacular external appearance featuring distinct exterior features. The car maker has revamped both the front and rear profiles, while making minor tweaks to the side facet. To begin with the front, it comes with a modified headlight cluster with a swept-back design, which is equipped with powerful halogen lamps and turn indicators. Its radiator grille gets slightly bigger and comes with a refreshing new design with chrome surround . The bonnet too gets a slight modification with four expressive lines, and is accompanied by a windscreen washer. Its front bumper gets a major overhaul, as it now has a wider air intake section along with a pair of refined fog lamp consoles. The overall look of the front is complimented by the stylish company's badge, which is now placed above the radiator grille. Its rear profile has a same structure like its earlier version, but the updated bumper and taillight cluster gives it a refined look. The rear bumper is in body color and is affixed with a pair of brake lights. It is further designed with expressive chrome strips, that makes it look distinct. The taillight cluster has been placed on the C pillar, which is now powered by LED lights. The windscreen is quite small and is incorporated with a defroster along with a wiper. Furthermore, the “Sport” trim gets a spoiler fitted above the windshield that houses third brake lights. Its side profile remains mostly identical to the earlier version, but its wheel arches have been fitted with a set of stylish diamond cut alloy wheels (in emotion variants) and 16-inch alloy wheels (in Sport trim). However, its entry level variants like Active and Dynamic are bestowed with a set of conventional steel wheels including full wheel covers. Its top end version has trendy aspects like chrome door handles, body colored ORVMs and black B pillars.

Exterior Measurements:

This series is bestowed with fine dimensions that enabled it to possesss a look that is big enough as well as good enough space to accommodate all the occupants comfortably.



Ed's Take: The interiors of the Grande Punto are similar to the Linea. Most of the interior bits are shared between the two. The space in the car is decent and even the quality is good.


The interiors of this series have been borrowed from the Linea sedan. Its cabin is done up with a dual tone color scheme, which is further emphasized by glossy black inserts on front panel. On the other hand, its 'Sport' trim gets an all black interior color scheme. The cockpit is fitted with a newly designed dashboard that is neatly equipped with an AC unit, a voluminous glove box and a proficient audio system. Also, it comes with a refined instrument panel that has two round shaped meters with chrome surround. It has things like a tripmeter, external temperature display, vehicle speed, tachometer, fuel levels, time display and seat belt notification. The main highlight of its interiors are the newly designed seats, which are quite wide and provides excellent support all the way from neck to thighs. These seats are covered with a premium fabric upholstery, which brings a plush feel to the interiors. The Dynamic and Emotion trims also have a driver's seat height adjustment facility. This hatchback comes with a 280 litre luggage compartment, which can be further extended by folding the rear seat in 60:40 split ratio. However, this feature is available only in Emotion and Sport variants. There is a huge leg space inside, especially in the second row, which certainly provides a comfortable traveling experience.

Interior Comfort:

This latest version comes in three trim levels, which are Active, Dynamic and Emotion. Its entry level trim comes with aspects like a manually regulated air conditioning system along with a foot level rear air circulation, which helps in cooling the cabin quickly. It also has standard features like tilt adjustable power steering, clutch foot rest, follow-me-home headlamps and front power windows with delay and auto down function. This trim is also equipped with aspects like a 12V power socket, digital clock, programmable speed limit buzzer, real time mileage indicator, seat belt warning light and regulation of instrument panel light. In addition to these, the Dynamic trim has aspects like desmodronic foldable key, outside temperature display, electrically adjustable external mirrors, driver's seat height adjustment and rear power windows. On the other hand, its top end Emotion and Sport trims has aspects like a fully automatic AC unit, rear defogger, ambient lighting on dashboard and a leather wrapped multi-functional steering wheel.

Interior Measurements:

As said above, this hatchback has a huge cabin space with excellent leg and shoulder space. Its head space is also quite decent as its overall height is about 1525mm.


Acceleration & Pick-Up

Ed's Take: The acceleration produced by Grande Punto is decent. Drive it in its power band and the engine really performs well. There is a prominent turbo lag in the engine.


To start with the petrol version, Active and Dynamic variants have been bestowed with a 1.2-litre, 4-cylinder engine that is mated with a 5-speed manual gear box. It helps the vehicle to achieve a top speed of approximately 135 Kmph, while breaching the 100 Kmph mark in 18.81 seconds. The petrol Emotion trim is powered by a 1368cc FIRE engine that allows the vehicle to zoom towards a top speed in the range of 155 to 165 Kmph. At the same time, it allows the vehicle to breach a 100 Kmph speed barrier in about 15 to 16 seconds . The diesel Active, Dynamic and Emotion variants are powered by a 1248cc diesel mill, which is mated with a five speed manual gearbox. These variants can break 100 Kmph speed mark from a standstill in 16.39 seconds and can reach a top speed of approximately 165 Kmph. While the Sport trim is blessed with a slightly powerful engine that can accelerate from 0 to 100 Kmph in just 14.33 seconds and can achieve a top speed of about 165 Kmph.


Engine and Performance

Ed's Take: The 1.3-litre multijet engine with 75bhp is the ideal pick amongst all the four engines. This engine is one of the most of reliable and even the power delivery is decent.


The diesel versions are powered by a 1.3-litre Multijet engine that has a common rail fuel injection system. It is based on a double overhead camshaft valve configuration with 4-cylinders and 16-valves that displaces 1248cc. It can produce a maximum power of 75bhp at 4000rpm and results in a peak torque of 197Nm at just 1750rpm. The diesel Sport trim carries the same engine, but it can belt out a commanding power of 92bhp at 4000rpm along with a mammoth torque of 209Nm at 2000rpm. The Active and Dynamic petrol versions are powered by a 1.2-litre FIRE engine that has SOHC valve configuration. It comprises of 4-cylinders and 8-valves that displaces 1172cc. It is integrated with a multi point fuel injection system, which allows it to pump out 67bhp at 6000rpm along with a superior torque of 96Nm at 2500rpm. While the top end Emotion petrol trim is equipped with a 1.4-litre FIRE engine that has a displacement capacity of 1368cc. It has 4-cylinders, each of which have four valves and is based on a DOHC valve configuration. It can produce a maximum power of 88.7bhp at 6000rpm that helps in generating a commanding torque output of 115Nm at 4500rpm. All these engines have been mated with a five speed manual gear box that delivers torque to the front wheels.



Ed's Take: The Grande Punto’s diesel engine is one of the best selling oil burners in the country at the moment.  


This series is available with two petrol and one diesel engine option. Its base and mid range petrol variants are powered by a 1.2-litre engine that is incorporated with a multi-point fuel injection system. It can deliver a mileage in the range of 12.3 to 15.8 Kmpl, which is quite good. The top end petrol version sports a powerful 1.4-litre FIRE engine. It can deliver a minimum mileage of 11.3 Kmpl in city traffic, while producing a maximum of 14.4 Kmpl on highways . All the three diesel variants have been fitted with a 1.3-litre Multijet engine that is incorporated with common rail injection system. It can produce a maximum mileage of 20.3 Kmpl (on expressways), while giving away 17.1 Kmpl within the city (under standard driving conditions). While Sport diesel version is equipped with a slightly powerful 1248cc engine that produces a mileage in the range of 17.5 to 20.5 Kmpl, which is quite decent.

Power of Fiat Punto EVO

Ed's Take: The power produced by the 90bhp Grande Punto is better than all other variants, but the 75bhp multijet too is an good option to consider.


As said above, this newly launched series comes with three engine options for the buyers to choose from. The diesel variants are fitted with a 1.3-litre Multijet engine that has four cylinders and is based on a DOHC valve configuration. This mill belts out a peak power of 75bhp along with a commanding torque of 197Nm. The 'Sport' diesel variant is equipped with a powerful 1248cc engine that unleashes 92bhp of commanding power and 209Nm of hammering torque. This hatchback is available with two petrol engine options like 1.2-litre and 1.4-litre FIRE. The Active and Dynamic trims are equipped with a 1172cc motor that is based on SOHC valve configuration. It can pump out 67bhp of maximum power and 96Nm of superior torque. While the Emotion trim sports a 1368cc FIRE engine that comes with dual overhead camshaft valve configuration. This mill can develop a mammoth power of 88.7bhp and yields 115Nm of torque.


Stereo & Accessories

Ed's Take: The Grande Punto comes with integrated music system that is paired with Microsoft’s Blue & Me. It also gets steering mounted audio controls.


The car maker is offering the 'Dynamic' variant with an integrated music system including a CD and MP3 player. It also supports USB and AUX-In sockets as well. In addition to these, the 'Emotion' variant is fitted with aspects like Blue and Me, voice recognition, SMS readout and steering mounted audio controls. In addition to these, it also comes incorporated with speed sensitive volume control. There is no music system in the entry level trim, but there is a provision to incorporate it later. Individuals can customize the vehicle with a slew of accessories like leather seats, infotainment screen with navigation system, rear spoiler, side moldings and body decals, floor carpets, ashtray and several other such features.

You can now buy Fiat Punto EVO accessories online. Great discounts available.

Braking & Handling

Ed's Take: The ride and handling of the Grande Punto is one of the best in its class. The ride is well composed and even the handling is definitely one of the best in its class. Fiats are bought by the passionates, and the Grande Punto is no different.


This newly introduced hatchback is bestowed with conventional front discs and rear drum brakes, which are highly reliable. Its mid and top end variants are incorporated anti lock braking system along and electronic brake force distribution, which will further reinforce the braking mechanism. As far as its suspension is concerned, the company has retained the same independent wheel McPherson strut for front axle and torsion beam to the rear axle. It is further assisted by helical springs and double acting telescopic dampers . In addition to these, the front axle is also loaded with coil springs and stabilizer bar. On the other hand, this model is incorporated with a hydraulic power assisted steering system, which helps in providing an effortless driving experience.


Safety & Security

Ed's Take: The Grande Punto comes with two airbags and also ABS. The braking of the Grande Punto is really good and even the road grip offered by the hatchback is one of the best in its segment.


This all new series is blessed with the same safety aspects like those in its predecessor. However, it has improved some of its features to make it a safe hatchback in its class. Its entry level trim will get aspects like automatic door lock, fire prevention system, engine immobilizer with rolling code and door open indicator. In addition to these, the mid range variant gets ABS with EBD as standard. On the other hand, the top end variant has sophisticated aspects like 3-point ELR seat belts with load limiter and pretensioner, height adjustable front seat belts, front air bags with early crash sensors, front fog lamps and passenger airbag deactivation.



Both the entry and mid range variants in this model series are blessed with a set of 14-inch steel wheels including full wheel covers. These rims are covered with a set of tubeless radial tyres of size 165/80 R14 . On the other hand, its Emotion trim has a set of stylish 15-inch diamond cut alloy wheels, which are equipped with high performance tubeless radial tyres of size 195/60 R15. The top end Sport trim is given 16-inch sporty alloy wheels that are covered with terrain capable radial tyres of size 195/55 R16, which provides superior grip on roads.


1. Option of choosing from petrol and diesel engines.


2. Roomy internal cabin with numerous utility features.


3. Lots of safety features in the top end variant.


4. Good acceleration and pick up.


5. Exterior appearance is quite inviting.


1. High cost of initial ownership.


2. Base variant lacks ABS and EBD.


3. Diesel engine sound can be reduced.


4. Absence of music system in the entry level trims.


5. Fuel economy of the petrol variants can be made better.

Fiat Punto EVO Price

Variants New Delhi Bangalore Mumbai Chennai Pune Hyderabad Kolkata
1.3 Active
5,94,913 6,05,620 6,11,689 6,07,922 5,93,729 6,04,040 6,22,457   Get On Road Price  
1.3 Dynamic
6,65,435 6,77,441 6,84,297 6,79,743 6,64,411 6,75,858 6,94,989   Get On Road Price  
1.3 Emotion
7,33,170 7,46,327 7,53,914 7,48,631 7,32,299 7,44,745 7,64,515   Get On Road Price  
90HP 1.3 Sport
7,71,446 7,85,280 7,93,304 7,87,585 7,70,662 7,83,701 8,03,845   Get On Road Price  
1.2 Active
4,99,368 5,08,840 5,14,131 5,11,143 4,98,021 5,07,259 5,24,996   Get On Road Price  
1.2 Dynamic
5,47,811 5,57,807 5,63,392 5,60,107 5,46,526 5,56,225 5,74,244   Get On Road Price  
1.4 Emotion
7,33,065 7,45,850 7,53,203 7,48,153 7,32,149 7,44,269 7,63,834   Get On Road Price  

Road Test

Fiat Punto Evo Expert Review - Really an Evolution?
Fiat Punto Evo Expert Review - Really an Evolution? Expert Review
Some car brands get you emotional, they might not be quick but they tinker your heart every time you get behind the wheel. For instance the Ford Classic, back in its old days when it was the Fiesta had its own charm. The Fiesta 1.6 S with its swaggering taunting blue colour won hearts of several, it wasn’t any quicker than the conventional Fiesta 1.6, under the hood was the same 100 horses army that transmitted power to the front wheels, but it was the handling that made a sea of difference. Then there was the Fiat Palio 1.6 GTX. A hatchback ahead of its time. A true hot hatch that could do 0-100km/hr in about 10 seconds. This is what Fiat has been all about, emotions. A car with a soul, that excites you every time you drive. Good day or bad day, you can’t stop smiling. [read more]

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