Time has served the Fiat 500 well, of that there’s no doubt. On sale in a grandiose variety of forms since 2007, the Fiat 500 is still out there looking good. Yes, still one of the most fashionable and iconic small cars around. Fiat, however, is not standing still and two new top of the range versions of the 500 […]
The 2019 Fiat 500X has been refreshed and updated, Fiat has already decided that it needed to do something to get more customers into this SUV…so, it says, look at the refreshed styling. Tom Scanlan goes to Bristol for the UK Launch and drives two variants of the stylish Italian crossover…READ MORE
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It is not often a car is so pug-ugly that you feel sorry for it, but I was close to feeling that for Fiat’s new 500L. Tim Barnes-Clay struggles with the looks of the New updated Fiat 500L…READ MORE
New Fiat 500 is now on sale in the UK. With 1800 changes made, this global best seller hits the spot once again. New style, new colours, better lights, cool wheels, great seats, better safety, fab dash, great connectivity and even more personalisation. The list goes on and on.
Fiat’s new ‘crossover’ (as this type of car is called) is all about heritage, design and substance…says Fiat. And, like the original tiny 500 more than fifty years ago, it’s about being ‘sexy, cool and Italian’ — the car that is, not necessarily the driver..
New mutated strain of DNA for the 500 range. Another descendant of the iconic Fiat 500 with all the visual clues from the original. This time ‘Pumped’ to create a new appealing stylish…more
Like all cars, the Panda has grown in size throughout its lifetime, but the ethos of the original remains. True, the square edges have been smoothed over with curved wheel arches and a softer front end, but the unmistakeable boxy upright stance remains. The current range has four trim levels: Pop, Easy, Lounge and Trekking, and three different powertrains: […]
More capable, more attitude and more fun – Based on the successful and hugely capable FIAT Panda 4X4, the new FIAT Panda Cross With Torque-on-Demand’ all-wheel drive, Electronic Stability Control, Electronic Locking Differential and Hill Descent Control all standard. The Panda Cross is powered by uprated versions of the 1.3 MultiJet II and 0.9 TwinAir Turbo engines, now with 80hp and 90hp. Matched […]