from 1931 to 1933
The Fiat 522 is a car produced by Fiat from 1931 to 1933 .
Presented on 16 April 1931 at the 4th Milan Motor Show , it replaced the Fiat 521 and was sold with three different versions, distinguished by a different length of the frame . They were called 522C (short version), 522L (long version) and 522S Sport (sports version).
This car was equipped, Italian premiere of hydraulic brakes with double circuit and a gearbox 4-speed manual with the third and fourth synchronized. Rode a motor monoblock six-cylinder in-line to the side of valves 2516 cm³ of displacement erogante 52 cv of power (65 hp the sports version, with increased compression ratio and carburetor Solex double body) . The brakes were on the four wheels , while the parking brake was on the transmission shaft . It was rear-wheel drive , and was sold in three different versions, sedan (two and four doors), torpedo (four doors), cabriolet (two and four doors) and coupe (two doors).
A total of 7360 were built (of which 4706 "C", 1922 "L" and 722 "S"). With this car and the Fiat 524 the car manufacturer from Turin inaugurated a new logo , rectangular with a red background with gold letters (it was used in 1931 and 1932 ).
The 522L reached the maximum speed of 95 km / h , while the 522C the 105 km / h and the 522S 115 km / h .
A CSS version with elegant finishings was also built, which had an engine with a high compression ratio and double carburetor .The Fiat proposed at the Geneva Motor Show of 1932 the 522S Sport version, which had a frame with intermediate step between the Fiat 522C and Fiat 522L, and was sold to two and four doors. 722 were built.
Replaces: Fiat 521
Replaced by: Fiat 527
Engine: six-cylinder in-line
CC: 2516 cm³
BHP: 52 to 65hp
Top speed: 95 to 115 km/h.
Gearbox: 4-speed manua
Length: 4230mm version C and S, 4500mm version L
Height: version S 1580mm (C) 1700mm (L) 1710mm
Mass weight: 1295 to 1400 kg