Fiat Croma Between SUV & Crossover
A brutal guy of Fiat Croma evolved quite unusually overtime. The first generation brought in a wide and long family car produced during the '80s and '90s. The second generation came with a stunning crossover wagon. Its production began in 2005 and was ceased six years later. Critics might say that the rear lights are borrowed from a previous generation of Seat Ibiza, However, the front makes it obvious – the grille and modern headlights underline the recent style of Fiat. Fiat Croma is slightly taller than other crossover wagons. Therefore, it might be taken for a middle solution for those who want both a wagon and a powerful SUV.