Although criticized for its design, the Lancia Musa was one of the best-selling Italian city cars between 2004 and 2012, reaching almost 250.000 units delivered to customers. The Musa is the first family city car (unlike the small Ypsilon) produced by Lancia and was strongly desired by the Fiat Group. The design is very rounded, and the front grille has a new shape, under which there is a bumper that is black in all configurations. The latter element will be removed with the launch of the 2007 facelift version. The interior and on-board instrumentation come from the Ypsilon. The 2007 restyling also introduces the automatic transmission option called DFN (acronym of Dolce Far Niente, which is an ironic Italian expression to indicate the ease of driving of cars equipped with automatic transmission). There is also a Bluetooth interface to connect your smartphone. After 8 years, the Musa is discontinued from the market so as not to hinder the sales of the new Fiat 500L.
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🏎️ Lancia Musa
📍 Italy
🛠️ 1.2 Multijet 70HP
💨 15,4 seconds
🔝 159km/h
💶 No longer on sale
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