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Polski-Fiat 125p

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Polski-Fiat 125p. 1967–82 (prod. 1,445,689, incl. FSO 125p). 4-door saloon, 5-door estate, 5-door LWB estate, 6-door LWB saloon. F/R, 1295, 1481, 1592 cm³ (I4 OHV), 1756 cm³ (I4 OHC). Polish-licensed Fiat 125 (1967–81) but with OHV engines and interior from Fiat 1300 and 1500, and four round headlights where Italian models had rectangular ones. Pilot production in 1967, before mass production began January 1968. Kombi from 1971, with more upright tailgate than what would later be seen on the Argentinian 125 Familiar, and gearshift moved to floor that year, initially for export, then for all models in 1972. New dashboard for RHD exports in 1973; minor changes through run. Brief run with Fiat 132 1·6 and 1·8 engines for sport models in 1974. MR-75 facelift in 1975 and adoption of the RHD dashboard for all models that year. Sold on price.

Manufacturing location: Warszawa, Poland

Marque: Polski-Fiat | Successor: FSO 125p

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