Ibought mine for under £5000 brand new in August, love the car but have had a few problems. It's been back with the dealer a few times, and going back toady again. It's great to drive, cheap to run and brilliant for parking. Plenty of space inside and good boot space. Can be sluggish on hills but not a problem. I had to a utility socket and remote locking fitted when I bought it, that blew the electrics and caused a few other faults, not sure Fiat mechanic really knows the car? Now having a problem with water building up all around the four doors and pooling in the door wells. Looks as thought the seal doesn't quite fit. The amount of water settling there will cause major problems in a freeze, the doors won't open! and am worried about rust. Having been on the motorway in wet weather the muddy water got in and half way up the the door frame, definitely not normal. Not sure if that's common to the make or if I got a lemon. Problems aside I do love the car and if I can get the niggles sorted I would buy another. Can't beat it for value
Owned this car from new for a year and covered 5000 miles, not a single problem from day one. A steady 47mpg on the run to work (a mix of A and B roads, mainly 30mph). A very pratical car with loads of space inside and it fits in the smallest of parking spaces. The 360 has an average bluetooth system, air con, 14 inch alloys and split folding rear seats which adds praticality and makes a great bargain second hand as well. The only gripe is the body roll which is noticeable around corners over 30mph and the leg space for passengers is a little restrictive sideways, also make sure you get air con as our Panda mists up easily inside. Seriously though these are the only three downsides to the car. The engine growls when reved and really works hard for you, it matches the cars image perfectly. The wheels and stock tyres give good grip, only ice can stop them! Thinking of buying another one in the future as it's a very reliable car.
Great little car. Roomy and very refined. It struggles a little on hills, but to be expected for a 1.1 litre. Economical and cheap to run. My only gripe is the angle/position of the accelerator which leads to calf cramp over a long journey.
If Fiat can make small cars like this what do they make such a hash of bigger ones??
Collected the car on 29th August from Arnold Clark FIAT Aberdeen who did a terrific in getting me a car within two days. The 40 mile drive home yielded an amazing 65 mpg. So far mixed driving has given an average of 60 mpg over 175 hilly miles. The car is well equipped easy to drive and my best eco 4x4 yet.
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I have run this car as a courtesy car for three weeks. Good points are good build quality and solid interior. Seats and driving position are good and…
Ive had this car for one year now and so far has exeeded my expectations. The car is great at overtaking lorries on the motorway and handles very…