FIAT Argentina unveiled its version of the popular 2022 Fiat Toro for the Argentine market earlier today. The Toro is FIAT Argentina’s second best-selling model, only surpassed for the unbeatable commercial performance of the compact Cronos sedan. The multi-award-winning model of the Italian brand went from 6.4% of the brand’s total sales at the time of its launch to 9.8% at the current moment.
Although the Toro looks identical to the Brazilian model, there are several minor differences to set it apart. Overall, the updated Toro looks to capitalize on FIAT’s dominance in the South American pickup market with a bolder design, more power, even greater connectivity, and more technology to make sure the 2022 Fiat Toro is the safest yet.
The Argentine market will continue to have a 3 trim lineup, however, the new lineup will consist of the mainstream Freedom, entry-level Volcano, and premium Ultra trims with 5 different configurations in total. Those models include the following…
2022 Fiat Toro Freedom 4×2 AT6 – $3,298,000 ARS (or about $33,487 USD)
The entry-level Freedom model features the reliable 1.8-liter E-TorQ EVO engine with 130 horsepower and 125 lb.-ft. (170 Nm) of torque mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission. It is equipped with 16-inch aluminum wheels, advanced stability and traction control, 7 airbags, tire pressure monitoring, backup camera, rear backup sensors, leather upholstery, dual-zone climate controls, front center armrest, LED headlamps, LED fog lights, 7-inch TFT screen, 8.4-inch Uconnect 5 multimedia center with navigation, and wireless phone charger.
2022 Fiat Toro Volcano 4×2 AT6 T270 – $4,204,000 ARS (or about $42,686 USD)
Including the aforementioned content, the Volcano also adds the new turbocharged 1.3-liter T270 Turbo engine making 180 horsepower and 200 lb.-ft. (270 Nm) of torque which is mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission. It also includes 18-inch aluminum wheels, chrome door handles, chrome trim, power seat adjustment, electrochromic interior mirror, keyless entry and ignition, rain and twilight sensor, folding rear-view mirrors with access lights, front parking sensors, 10.1-inch Uconnect 5 multimedia center with navigation, pre-collision brake assist, lane departure alert, and automatic high beams.
2022 Fiat Toro Freedom 4×4 AT9 Diesel – $4,248,000 ARS (or about $43,133 USD)
In addition to what has already been mentioned for the Toro Freedom 4×2 AT6 model, this version adds a 2.0-liter Multijet II turbo-diesel four-cylinder mated to a ZF-sourced 9-speed automatic. The diesel models add a four-wheel-drive (4×4), hill descent control (HDC), a crankcase protector, 17-inch aluminum wheels, and an integrated front bumper skid plate. The 2.0-liter delivers 170 horsepower and 350 Nm (258 ft.-lbs) of torque.
2022 Fiat Toro Volcano 4×4 AT9 Diesel – $4,697,000 ARS (or about $47,692 USD)
In addition to the aforementioned for the Freedom 4×4 AT9 model with diesel engine and 9-speed automatic transmission, the Volcano trim includes 18-inch aluminum wheels, chrome door handles, chrome trim, power seat adjustment, electrochromic interior mirror, keyless entry and ignition, rain and twilight sensor, folding rear-view mirrors with access lights, front parking sensors, 10.1-inch Uconnect 5 multimedia center with navigation, pre-collision brake assist, lane departure alert, and automatic high beams.
2022 Fiat Toro Ultra 4×4 AT9 Diesel – $ 5,133,000 ARS (or about $52,120 USD)
One step above the Volcano is the Toro Ultra 4×4 AT9 Diesel. The Ultra incorporates a differentiated front grille with the darkened and larger F-I-A-T logo, upholstered in leather with the Ultra logo, Mopar cargo bag, 18-inch aluminum wheels, black mirrors, tonneau cover, fenders, blacked-out details on the outside and inside.
For more information on the 2022 Fiat Toro in Argentina, you can visit the Fiat Toro’s page on the FIAT Argentina website.