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Article:Based, as they were, on the Fiat Groups's Tipo platform, the cars were widely praised for their handling, particularly their sharp, responsive steering. Early cars used boxer engines ped down from the old 33 in 1.3/1.4 (same engine, badge depending on market--not sold in UK), 1.6 8 valve and 1.7 16 valve forms.
In 1996, the flagship Cloverleaf (145) and Ti (146) models were launched with the 2.0-litre Twin Spark engine already seen in the 155 sister car. 1.6 and 1.8 Twin Spark engines soon followed to replace the less powerful boxers.
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