Aimed at the urban male buyers, the 2014 Lancia Delta hatchback saloon was seen at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show for their consideration. The updated hatchback saloon offers both style and personality. Its exterior gets side skirts, body-colored front and rear bumpers, and twin chrome exhaust pipes. On the other hand, the interior offers more sophistication and has glossy black trim on the central console and climate control display.
It also uses matt black trim on its steering wheel insert, instrument panel, buttons and central console. The 2014 Lancia Delta is 4.5 meters long and has an elegant and luxurious cabin. It features rear seats that can recline into chaise-longue. Furthermore, its upholstery has quality textures.
The saloon is fitted with a sliding rear seat with reclining backrest that can be tilted to 25°, increasing the space of the boot. It’s typically at 380 liters but increases to 465 liters with the sliding rear seats; and 724 liters when the rear seats are folded. Furthermore, the seat can be pushed towards the back and bent back to achieve absolute relaxation. With these features, it’s clear that the Lancia Delta is the only hatchback saloon to provide an adjustable the rear seat backrest and slid-able seats, making the ride very comfortable to its passengers.
The 2014 Lancia Delta is the result of the "downsizing" concept, which means that it offers superior performance and luxury but with lower cost, size and fuel consumption levels. Watch out for the 2014 Lancia Delta to go on sale in the major markets in Europe beginning in January 2014. The available trim levels vary depending on the country.
It is offered in our trim levels: Steel, Silver, Gold and the Special Series 'S by MOMODESIGN'. There are also three engine options – 105hp 1.6 MultiJet, 120hp 1.6 MultiJet, and 120hp 1.4 Turbo-Jet LPG. These are all mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. There are 19 body color options, which include nine two-tone options as well as seven different 16", 17" and 18" alloy wheels.