FIAT 124 SPIDER TIRE PRESSURE

The most reliable reference for your Fiat 124 SPIDER tire pressures is the placard affixed to the vehicle. This information can typically be found on the inside of the driver’s side door, along the door’s edge, or on the handle of the fuel tank. In some cases, it may also be situated in the opening of the passenger’s side door, on the pillar. If you’re having trouble locating it, consulting your car’s handbook will provide you with the accurate air pressure specifications. You can verify the Fiat 124 SPIDER tire pressure below…

FIAT 124 SPIDER TIRE PRESSURE TABLE

EngineTyre sizeFront pressureRear pressureFront loaded pressureRear loaded pressure
1.4 Abarth205 45 R17 84W29.029.029.029.0
1.4 Turbo195 50 R16 84V29.029.029.029.0
1.4 Turbo205 45 R17 84W29.029.029.029.0

FIAT 124 SPIDER CAR OVERVIEW

  • Automatic or manual
  • 2 doors
  • 4 seats
  • Petrol or diesel
  • Hatchback
  • Transmission : 6-speed manual | 6-speed automatic

The Fiat 124 Spider, a two-seat convertible based on the Mazda MX-5 Miata of the 1960s and 1970s, is always compared to the Mazda MX-5 Miata. The 124 is distinguished by styling cues taken from the original, giving it a significantly different appearance to the Miata. The Fiat offers a more relaxed driving experience than the Mazda. It has a quieter interior thanks to sound-deadening materials, a stronger turbo engine and a slightly larger trunk. The engine is not responsive and, despite its extra power, it’s speed slower than the Miata. It’s interior is also quite small, just like the Miata. It’s a good little roadster, but it is overshadowed by the Miata.

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