We haven't yet driven this version of the Fiat Qubo, but as soon as we do, our verdict will appear here.
Buyers choose from a 1.4 petrol with 72bhp or one of two 1.3 turbodiesels with either 74bhp or 94bhp. We haven’t driven the lower-powered diesel, but the stronger unit it reasonably flexible, even if it’s not particularly fast. The petrol is slower still, but it’s just strong enough and it keeps the Qubo cheap. That’s why it’s our favourite.
There are three trims to choose from. Entry-level Active gets electric front windows, remote central locking and a CD stereo, while our favourite MyLife model adds air-conditioning, a leather steering wheel with audio controls, an MP3 socket, Bluetooth and alloy wheels. The Trekking model gives the car a 4x4-style makeover, but no four-wheel drive – just an upgraded traction control system.
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The best car in the Qubo range because of its balance of price and kit.