|Weight||1250kg - 1350kg|
The Fiat Campagnola is a light off-road vehicle produced by Fiat. Production started in 1951 and it was upgraded in 1974.
Since 1975 it has been delivered to every Italian armed service in many versions with standard or long wheelbase and canvas or hard top.
Fiat 1101 "Campagnola" (1951-73)
|1101||straight-4 ohv||1901 cc||53-63 hp||single carburetor|
|1102||straight-4 ohv||1901cc||40-47 hp||diesel|
|1102C||straight-4 ohv||1895 cc||47 hp||diesel|
Fiat 1107 "Nuova Campagnola" (1974-87)
The Campagnola was updated in 1974 and produced until 1987. Military version was introduced in 1976 (AR76) and 1979 after new updated it was called AR79.
|1107||straight-4 ohv||1995 cc||80 hp||single carburetor|
|1107 D||straight-4 SOHC||1995 cc||60 hp||diesel|
|1107 D||straight-4 SOHC||2445 cc||72 hp||diesel|
|Campagnola as Popemobile, John Paul II in Saint Peter's Square in 2004|
|Fiat Nuova Campagnola|
The “Campagnola” of the Distaccamento Aeroportuale di Ronchi dei Legionari is in the standard wheelbase hard top version. The vehicle is 3.775m long, 1.600m} wide and 1.945m high. The wheeltrack is 1.365m and the wheel base is 2.300m. The minimum ground clearance is 0.27m.
The powerplant is a Fiat 4-cyl gasoline engine developing 56kW at 4600 rpm through a 4X4 transmission. The suspension system is independent on all four wheels.
The “Campagnola” is used as an Incident Command post during the first phases of the emergency. It carries loudspeakers and other command and control equipment. Some light rescue equipment is carried in the back, including a rescue saw, an oxygen cutting torch and other ancillary equipment.
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|*Rebadged Iveco model|