Fiat's forte is small cars, and these days they cater for all shapes and sizes – a height-adjustable driver's seat and two-way adjustment on the steering column are standard, although the pedal area is quite cramped. You get a decent view out, even in the more enclosed three-door versions, while there's little to moan about with the switchgear layout.
Fiat Punto space & practicality
The Punto is one of the largest superminis, so it’s easily capable of carrying four adults. There are only two headrests in the back of most models, though. The boot is large and well shaped, although there is a big lip at the entrance. Split-folding rear seats are an option on entry-level Pop models, but standard on the rest of the range.
Fiat Punto equipment
Entry-level Pop models have electric front windows and remote central locking, but not a lot else. Stepping up to Easy trim gets you air-conditioning, alloy wheels, electric mirrors and a leather steering wheel and gearknob. Range-topping Lounge models add an electric sunroof, Bluetooth, climate and cruise controls, rear electric windows and foglights.