1992 Fiat Croma T ie 2.0 turbo i.e.
Reliable high performance bargain
Nothing major went wrong, apart from a leaking front shock and a worn clutch at 170 000 km. Seems normal for this kind of power.
Extremely fast, 0-100 in a mere 7 seconds, roomy and very reliable. Blows away all kinds of GTI's and the like with just 158 HP. Amazingly light-weight - kerb weight 1180 kg, although it's a big limo.
Consumption is about 13 l/100 km city driving and 10l/100km highway use.
These cars are extremely underrated and come to the second hand market really cheap.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 11th October, 2001
Those 7.0 seconds 0 to 100 km/h are a little bit wrong... 0 to 60 mph maybe...
The real time it takes Croma 2.0tie 0-100 kph is 7,6 sec.
I think that 100kmph and 60mph is almost the same... Am I wrong?
I can just tell you that my father bought a used CROMA 2,0 ie, with 290 000 km on it, now its on 335 000 km, it runs like a dream, I am just sorry I couldnt witness her power when she was new. I should tell you that my dad is a low maintenance guy, he changes things after they brake down.
I lived in Germany from 86'to 93'. I bought a 1988 Fiat Croma Turbo i.e. I didn't really care about the 0 to 100km time. I can tell you it would run 250kmh all day long. I drove it from Heidelberg, Germany to Amsterdam in 3 hours and 19 minutes. Beautiful 2 tone silver and gold car. Never understood why Fiat didn't make them for American use.
I have FIAT CROMA 2.0 T.I.E. and I just can say that CROMA have extra power and I think that is lot better than every GTI...
Hi, I'm really shocked at the Croma's acceleration (7.4 sec). I want to know from Fiat Croma users how really good is this car, I mean, if it has malfunctions, defects, how expensive are the parts, how easy to fix is, how easy to find the car's parts are?
The acceleration of the Fiat Croma is 7.98 (0-62mph). The car is really fast. I have one, and I am going to make a mistake to sell it... I don't know why...