Fiat has been making cars in Italy for more than a century and for most of that time has been the country's top selling marque. Today, it's part of the giant Fiat Chrysler Automobiles group and builds a range of small, medium and mid-sized hatches, SUVs and light commercial vans, most with the option of diesel engines. The Italian brand is distributed in Australia by Fiat Chrysler Australia, which imports the cute retro-styled 500, the small Panda and Punto hatches, and seven-seater Freemont crossover wagon. Light commercials include the small Doblo, medium Scudo and large Ducato vans.
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