Fiat Multipla in general Reviews
Product Type: Fiat cars
Newest Review: ... Large boot space (430litres); - Added advantage of removing the back 3 seats to increase the boot capacity to 1900litres, ... more
Customer Fiat Multipla in general Reviews (13)
by - written on 02/12/03, updated on 02/12/03 (Very useful, 1530 readings)
You've all seen them, haven't you? Those weird vehicles, with the bug-eyes! Most people have to look twice, just to ensure their eyes aren't deceiving them. With the Multipla, Fiat have managed to create the most unique car on the road. (Although Renault are beginning to get in on the act with their new creations...) So I'm going to tell you the story of how I came to choose a Multipla, and what I think of it now, after 2 weeks ownership.... are you sitting comfortably....? We're not a big family, really. Just me, the wife, the daughter (aged 2 1/2) and the dog. But we often found the boot of our old Laguna filling up when we went on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/10, updated on 04/11/10 (Very useful, 110 readings)
I love Top Gear, but am as far away from a petrolhead as you could hope to find. Mainly cos I live for the day when the motor vehicle will be replaced by a donkey and cart and my fear of Italian driving can be brought back to a level where breathing when in motion is a possibility. So if you want lots of "handling" and "horses power" and "toques"...click back now, I won't be offended. I wanted to call our now 7 year old, 100,000 km on the clock, slightly dented Multipla, Bertha. Given the Italian Sock Dropper's handicap in the "th" department we were forced to compromised. The name suits her, she is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/09, updated on 28/01/09 (Very useful, 508 readings)
"urghhh..you can't possibly want THAT monstrosity?" said my partner. "It's so...ugly". I dug my heels in...I liked the fact that it looked so different from most cars. But..."it's so un-aerodynamic..." he finish lamely. Aerodynamic? ... why do men gush over cars with smooth lines and give it lots of "ooh's and aah's" about "aerodynamics"...and then conveniently bypass the fact that it guzzles 4 times as much fuel as 'normal cars'? (Correct me if I'm wrong but I thought the whole point of aerodynamics was to decrease wind resistance and thus make the car more economical to run?). Yeah...right! I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/01, updated on 28/02/01 (Very useful, 842 readings)
It does look odd, doesn't it? No wonder Fiat can't quite work out how to sell it - their latest "3x3" campaign makes it sound like it's a bit less than a 4x4, which isn't quite the point. I test drove the Multipla and the Renault Megane Scenic back to back. Now the Scenic is a good car, full of clever ideas. So are the Zafira and the Premacy. But - the Scenic is a tall Megane hatchback, the Zafira is a tall Astra estate, the Premacy is a modified 323. BTW, the Citroen Picasso wasn't available at the time (March 2000). The Multipla doesn't need all the clever features of its competition because it's quite clever ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/12/10 (Very useful, 328 readings)
Having 3 children, a husband and a German Shepherd, I started looking for a car that would be able to seat all of us comfortably - not an easy task! Having considered the very popular Vauxhall Zafira, Volkswagon Touran, Peugeot, Citreon, etc, they all had 1 thing in common: 5 decent seats, 2 seats with very little legroom, and no boot space when all 7 seats were up! I then saw the 'new' shape Multipla and, well, you could almost say that I fell in love! It's not the prettiest car - in fact, my husband calls it ugly! - but I like it. Add to that the benefits: - 6 individual, full-size, comfortable seats (3 in the front, 3 in the back); - Large boot space ... Read the complete review
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