This car looks the part for the money and is well equipped!
On reviewing this car against rivals, it has a lot more to give with no chugging cold engine drive, it just goes from start up!
spacious and well equipped with standard equipment as an option on rivals, Climate control, bluetooth, tinted windows etc...
i love the way this car runs on the road, fun, sporty and cheap!!!!
the o-60 i had in 9 seconds and it will pull alot quicker than a 1.4 Corsa SRi or a C2 VTS citoren and is cheaper than these rival cars too. Interior does look a little cheap but with climate control as standard you cant grumble!
You can get four reasonable sized adults in this car and great for the occasional motorway blast and whip around town turning heads as you go.
well built and practical for a couple looking for a cheap car to run with insurance cheap too as well as service intervals every 18,000 miles. with your thinking trousers on you will go for the Panda 100HP rather than the rival tiny Twingo GT 1.2 Turbo 100hp or the C2 VTS!
Prices start @ £10060 but there are many great deals on pre-reg ones and new ones from car supermarkets so check the market on the net before going to the local fiat dealer!
Overall a well built powerful hot hatch from fiat... Better than Rivals.
I owned this car in 2005; I bought it nearly new as it had been a demonstrator. There is no doubt that it deserved the accolad of Car of the year 2004. It was roomy and nice to drive. The dashboard layout is second to none in its category. I thought the ride was comfortable, certainly better than others in its class and equal to at least the next class - certainly an improvement on the Fiesta. The only downsides were the fuel consumption - I expected at least 50 mpg and I consistently achieved 45 - 47 mpg, the 1100 cc engine strained a little on the motorway hills and became a little raucous. In other words it seemed a tad underpowered on significant journeys. However it was great in towns and you could zip around corners and it stuck like glew. I never noticed any significant lean at all. I sold it because some no-brain kids collided into with a load of shopping trollets and caused significant damage on one side. However on March 2nd 2008 I will take delivery of the diesel multijet with A/C of this cheeky little car - in mambo yellow!
I bought our three-year Panda for £4,000 my teenagers learning to drive, as it's one of the least expensive motors to buy and insure whilst still maintaining some street-cred! We've been really pleased with it; it's really nippy and amazingly short but with ample leg-room front and back.
You can squeeze three or four bags in the boot which is enough most of the time. The back seat folds down easily. Overall, we're really pleased with it!!
This car really is an amazing piece of engineering.I'm well over 6 foot and find no problem at all with space in any way front or rear, and it really feels like driving a car from the class above. It does lean a little but its going to. Its tall and narrow bit the 14inchers on each corner make sure the grip is there, believe me! Kit is ace for a car you can find new for under 7 grand online. I found the 1.2 perfectly adequate on motorway trips and a boon in york city centre. It does 40-60 mpg which realistically for even a small petrol is very good. As you can probably tell i love the car,just dont be tempted by the Aygo,C2,Ka etc.the sizes are similar but the capabilities and comford levels are very different.
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