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The proud history of Fiat contains a number of innovations and advances that helped shape modern automobiles. At ShopPMLIT, we offer top quality aftermarket parts which further enhance the capabilities of the vehicles themselves. One of the most compelling new advances is the light emitting diode or LED light bulbs which are currently replacing incandescent bulbs in many different fields. In addition to LEDs, ShopPMLIT also offers Plasma and CCFL light bulbs as well. We provide you with all the popular light choices for your Fiat vehicle. Each type of light has its own unique advantages such as the CCFL is based on well established fluorescent technology which is quite reliable. The recently developed is the Plasma light bulb which is brilliant and very long lasting. You can find out more about the advantages, disadvantages and features of the lights we offer on our website.
Fiat Lighting Accessories and Parts have a number of distinctive advantages starting with the clean, bright light that is produced by the headlights. LED headlights are directed to illuminate the road ahead while greatly reducing the glare for oncoming drivers. LEDs also use only a fraction of the power that standard incandescent bulbs use, which means your Fiat’s electrical system will not be as taxed. Finally, LED bulbs are shock resistant and will last up to 100,000 continuous hours or more, meaning that they may be the last LEDs you purchase for your Fiat.
ShopPMLIT offers a wide range of Fiat LED lights, as well as others for all types of makes and models. We also provide pertinent information about our products and services in the form of FAQ pages about our parts and accessories. If you have a specific question about the products or services at ShopPMLIT, please contact our friendly, courteous staff through our website via email or you can call our customer service line. At ShopPMLIT, we offer the Fiat Accessories and Parts you desire, featuring the remarkable LED light bulb.
One of the most famous automakers in the world, Fiat is the largest auto manufacturer in Italy and has created a number of memorable vehicles over the decades. Fiat is actually an acronym for Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino and has been manufacturing vehicles for well over a century. Over the years, Fiat has acquired a number of other companies as well to expand their lines, including becoming the major shareholder of Chrysler in 2011. This expansion has created a larger market for Fiat and their subsidiary companies over the years.
Founded by Italian entrepreneur Giovanni Agnelli in 1899, Fiat has had a Agnelli as part of their board ever since. The first Fiat model was a simple two cylinder 2hp engine that pulled along the vehicle. Over the next few years, Fiat increased the size the engines and vehicles as well. After World War One, the Fiat 520 luxury vehicle was introduced with a sizable 12V engine and was available as a coupe or convertible. By the 1930s, Fiat was beginning to mix their luxury models with more economical ones to appeal to the widest possible audience. The 2800 was introduced at the time which was highly successful, but the beginning of World War Two put a temporary stop to Fiat’s automotive manufacturing as their facility began to contribute to the war effort.
After World War Two, Fiat managed to pick things up where they were left off and created the economical town car, the 500 along with the 1200 Spyder, which was more stylish and luxury-oriented. Throughout the 1960s and 1970s Fiat continued to broaden out its line of vehicles between sportier, luxury models such as the X 1/9 series and smaller, economical cars like the 126 and the 128. It was the combination of the economical and sporty features that helped push Fiat into the forefront of auto manufacturing. The 500 series rolled off the line in 1991 as a front-wheel drive compact with sportier features that was highly successful and was followed by the Seicento in 1998. The highly popular subcompact Punto was first introduced in 1993 and is now enjoying its third generation, called the Grande Punto.
For the 21st century, Fiat has continued to create sporty, compact automobiles that fit the needs of their audience. From the Punto Evo in 2009 to the release of their first compact SUV, the Sedici in 2006, Fiat continues to build vehicles that fit the needs of customers while being economical, stylish and performance-oriented. Thanks to recent expansions in their line by purchasing other auto manufacturers, the future of Fiat looks very bright indeed.