Fiat Panda

Fiat Panda review

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The Fiat Panda has long been a popular choice for those seeking a practical small car that’s cheap to run. It’s a good alternative to more conventional city cars, such as the Volkswagen Up and Hyundai i10.

Its tall body means that there’s a decent amount of interior space, but it’s not so big as to be troublesome to park or drive through town. It’s offered with a range of options and engines, too, which means that there’s something to suit most tastes.

Although they’re niche, the Trekking, 4x4 and Cross variants provide genuine off-road ability – especially the Panda Cross. However, they’re the most expensive models in the range, and fuel economy suffers as a result of the off-road modifications.

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Engines
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0.9 TwinAir [90] Cross 4x4
The two-cylinder turbocharged petrol offers up more mid-range punch than the 1.2-litre...View engine
Fuel Petrol
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0-62 MPH12 secs
MPG49.6-57.6
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1.2
This four-cylinder petrol is one of the Panda’s better engines. It’s not particularly p...View engine
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0-62 MPH14.8 secs
MPG48.7-52.3
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