In 1951 the Fiat Campagnola appeared as a two-door SUV with soft top or solid construction. He had a separate box frame and a 4- cylinder in-line engine with 1,905 cc and an output of 53 hp ( 39 kW) at 3700/min. About a partially synchronized 4- speed gearbox with floor shift and reduction gear, all four wheels are driven (front wheel drive switchable). On request, there was a zuschalbare PTO. Back a live axle with leaf springs and hydraulic shock absorbers telescope was installed, the front wheels were individually suspended on something obliquely double wishbones with coil springs and hydraulic shock absorbers. The top speed was 110 km / h
1953 Fiat Campagnola Diesel appeared, which, like the Fiat 1400 diesel and light truck Fiat 615 N of a four-cylinder in-line engine with 1905 cc and a maximum power of 40 hp ( 29 kW ) was driven at 3200 rpm. He reached a top speed of 85 km / h
1955, both models have been revised. In a gasoline engine, the engine power, the top speed increased to 61 hp (45 kW) to 63 hp ( 46 kW ) at 4000 rpm, to 116 km / h The new diesel made 43 hp ( 31.6 kW) at 3800 rpm and allowed a top speed of 95 km / h
In 1974 there was the Fiat Campagnola II with a petrol engine, 80 hp (59 kW) at 4600 rpm from 1,995 cc displacement. He had a new body and a new suspension with independently suspended rear wheels.
1979 Diesel also was presented with the new body. The Fiat Campagnola Diesel 2500 had a 4- cylinder in-line engine with 2445 cc and 72 hp (53 kW) at 4200 rpm.