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Italian based Lancia have been a leading light in the car manufacturing industry for more than a century , earning themselves a long running and positive reputation for producing quality cars with an accent on design, without forsaking comfort and safety.

The current range of Lancias has continued to maintain their standard, and hold a very steady influence in the compact and medium range sector of the European car markets.

Surviving and blossoming as an independent for mor... (full review continues below)

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Lancia Wagons

Lancia Musa

Lancia Musa
Year
2012
MSRP
$46,333
Fuel Economy
31 City / 45 Highway
Engine
2.5L 4C
Seats
4
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Lancia Wagon Reviews

Italian based Lancia have been a leading light in the car manufacturing industry for more than a century , earning themselves a long running and positive reputation for producing quality cars with an accent on design, without forsaking comfort and safety.

The current range of Lancias has continued to maintain their standard, and hold a very steady influence in the compact and medium range sector of the European car markets.

Surviving and blossoming as an independent for more than sixty years, Lancia agreed to become part of the massive Fiat group in 1969. Fiat also absorbed the North American car making giant Chrysler, meaning that certain Lancia models will now found their way to the United States and Canada under the Chrysler label.

One of them has already made it stateside, and is Lancia Delta Wagon, which has to be one of the most exotically designed medium range cars to cross the Atlantic in many years.

Lancia have been producing Deltas in one form or another for many years, with the first models hitting the streets of Turin in the late nineteen seventies. The Delta was produced for more than fifteen years to be finally discontinued in 1994. In 2006 Lancia gave a sneak preview to a new generation at the spectacular Venice International Film Festival with the new series Lancia Delta making its commercial debut two years later at the Geneva motor show.

The five door 2011 Lancia Delta is truly a spectacular wagon, with the sloping lines that have become to symbolize the Lancia family in the 21st century, with its now trademark almost heart shaped chrome framed grille, dominated by oversized headlights. The Delta's hatchback rear end is an exercise in engineering, as it slowly slopes down to the rear bumper.

The Lancia Delta Wagon comes with a choice of five engines, two of them petrol powered and three diesel. The opening petrol engine is a 1.4 Turbo, with a 1.8 Turbo Jet also being on offer. The three choices of diesels for the Delta are a 1.6 liter Multijet, followed by a 1.9 Twin Turbo with the biggest and probably the best being a 2.0 liter Multijet. Transmission pairing is either manual or automatic and will be dependent on the engine chosen.

The 2012 Series Three Lancia Delta Wagon is a good size, and will offer loads of comfort for its five passengers, as well as more than sufficient storage space boasting vital statistics of 178 inches long by 70.7 inches wide.

Lancia obviously have high hope for pushing their Delta forward in Europe as well as in North America and have bestowed their only wagon with the best of starts through providing it with every advantage, in terms of technology, safety and comfort that any medium sized wagon could hope for.

With the mid size wagon sector crammed full with top competition, Lancia are well aware that every sale will be hard fought for, with their particular rivals likely to come from Subaru, Peugeot, Toyota, Seat, Volvo, Ford, Volkswagen, Hyundai, Citroen or Renault.