The Fiat Argo (Type 358, codeproject X6H) is a subcompact B-segment car by the Italian manufacturer Fiat, developed for the market in South America. It was presented in Brazil in May 2017, being sold as of June. It is a five door hatchback that replaced the Fiat Punto and the Fiat Palio. A sedan version was launched in 2018, with the name Fiat Cronos, with production in Argentina.
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||5-door hatchback|
|Layout||Transverse front-engine, front-wheel-drive|
|Engine||1.0L FireFly I3 flexy fuel|
1.3L FireFly I4 flexy fuel
1.8L E.torQ I4 flexy fuel
It is unclear if the Argo name will also be used in Europe. The current Punto was on the market for twelve years, and sales sharply declined. The Argo was presented a year later than planned, and is needed to strengthen Fiat's offering in the subcompact (B) segment, traditionally an important one for Fiat.