It's been tuned to deliver more power (up by 11PS), though, and now dishes out 125 PS as the name of the new variant suggests.That power output figure is the highest in its segment, and along with a stonking 208 Nm of torque.
very solid heavy body gives good stability. finally
perfect old boy look in a new way
all-new 5-inch touch screen unit which is appreciably sensitive to fingers and boasts a high pixel density is the headline here. The infotainment system has been given an overhaul, and the screen at centre comes loaded with Navigation from MapMyIndia with Bluetooth connectivity and Aux / USB / SD card playability. The new system lends the dashboard the much needed sprinkle of tech and modernity and does a sea of good for the car's interior appeal. The system sounds pretty good too, with some distortion audible only as you turn the volume to full blast.leather upholstery, rear blinds, auto headlamps and wipers, climate control, ambient lighting, rear A/C vent, cruise control and a leather-lidded front central armrest. Other goodies include a central arm-rest with cupholders for backseat occupants, auto down for all for power windows, auto up for driver and seat height adjustability for driver's seat.
Should I buy one?
Depends on who you are. The Linea is tough to overlook for the performance enthusiast. It's got character, style and performance in spades and would entertain the petrolhead generously the old-school way. It's pretty well specced and offers great bang for the buck if going fast and getting thrilled top your priority list.
Few misses: Reverse camera although has parking sensors.
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