Fiat Campagnola 1980

Sunday 27 September 2009
The Campagnola was redesigned for launch in June 1974 and in this form produced until 1987. The new vehicle used the petrol engine of the Fiat 132, but with a longer stroke which increased the capacity to 1995 cc. (The same enlarged engine turned up n the Fiat 132 itself two years later.) There was a light alloy cylinder head: instead of the twin overhead camshafts of the 132, the engine in the Campagnola had a single side-mounted camshaft driven by a toothed belt, the valve movement being driven by pushrods and rockers. The large square engine compartment gave easy access to the engine bay which was designed to permit "wading" up to 65 cm deep. The 57 litre fuel tank was positioned well out of range from rocks and flying stones, being under the twin passenger seat beside the driver.

Technical data:
- engine: 4 cylinders
- capacity: 1995 cc
- horsepower: 60 HP
- gearbox: 4+1
- top speed: 140 km/h

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