FSO Polonez Caro MR'93
The Polonez is produced in the period 1978 to 2002 midsize cars the Polish manufacturer FSO. The name was derived from the Polonez Dance of the polonaise. The most common variant is a five-door hatchback with the mechanical components of the Polski Fiat 125p. The shape of the car is reminiscent of the Fiat E.S.V. 2000, one of the designed for optimized pedestrian protection ESV Study ( " Experimental Safety Vehicles" ) of the 70s. In 1987, a pick-up version was introduced in 1994, a station wagon and 1996, a 4-door sedan.
Originally, the Polonez should replace all variants of the model Fiat / FSO 125p, whose production was continued until 1991, but, both models have been revised several times during this period. The revisions had to be largely the same, as both models shared the platform. The FSO Polonez was exported under various names in many countries, such as Celine, Caro and Prima, and in later years of production than Classic.
The Polonez was often procured as one of the last Polish vehicles for the mass market of authorities such as the police (up to 1 July 2009, retired ), fire and rescue services.
FSO Polonez MR'83
FSO Polonez Caro 1.4 GLI 16V MR'93 Multipoint injection
FSO Polonez Caro MR'93 1.6 GLI in Orcari Design
FSO Polonez Cargo 1.6 GLE