Which used Fiat Tipo hatchback should I buy?
Since the Tipo is quite a big car, we’d suggest going for the more powerful engines. The diesel is quite clattery under acceleration and is only really suitable for those who do frequent motorway journeys and cover big mileages. The turbocharged 1.4-litre petrol is much more refined, has plenty of power for most situations and is economical enough too.
The base-spec Easy doesn’t come with alloy wheels and the top-of-the-range Lounge spec pushes the price of the Tipo up, so it’s best to go for Easy Plus trim because it comes with all the equipment you require without making you pay over the odds.