Polski Fiat 125p


Polski Fiat 125p a middle-class car produced in FSO Żerań from 28 November 1967 to 29 June 1991 under a license agreement with the Italian company FIAT in 1965. When the license expires in 1983. The name was changed to FSO 125p.

The car was introduced as the successor to the outdated Warsaw 223/224. Their design was a combination of Italian models 1300/1500 and 125. Drive R4 accounted for OHV petrol engine with a capacity of 1.3 and 1.5 liters, later also took over range of power units of the Polonez. The resulting also short series of diesel and petrol DOHC. The torque was transferred by single-disc dry clutch, 4-speed manual (since 1985 the 5-speed) gearbox, two-piece driveshaft and rear axle to the rear wheels.

Throughout the period of the Polish production were carried out numerous modernization model, the most visible of them was prepared for vintage 1975 significantly changed the appearance of the body and passenger compartment. In 1978 he introduced the successor, Polonez, both models were produced but at the same time until 1991. In total, established on 1 445 699 copies of the model, of which 874 966 were exported.


Country Poland
Manufacturer FSO - Fabryka Samochodów Osobowych
Body type 4-door sedan
Production years 1967 - 1991
Copies 1 445 699


Engine OHV 1500
Gearbox 4-speed manual
Type of drive rear
Fuel tank capacity 45 l
length/width/height 4,22 m / 1,63 m / 1,44 m
Mass from 970 kg