Fiat Multipla JTD 105 ELX Reviews
Product Type: Fiat cars
Newest Review: ... burns from the air-bags! I enjoyed the first Multipla most as it looked like a house brick with a pugs head glued to the ... more
Customer Fiat Multipla JTD 105 ELX Reviews (3)
by - written on 04/10/09 (Useful, 192 readings)
I have had three Multiplas; the last was a write off when a sleeping driver parked his car between my headlights in slow moving traffic. The air-bags, explosive seat belt retractors and fuel cut off all worked perfectly and though the driver behind thought that I must be dead I walked away from the vehicle and though the door was stiff I got away with bruising and forehead friction burns from the air-bags! I enjoyed the first Multipla most as it looked like a house brick with a pugs head glued to the front, and the kids enjoyed counting the number of people that laughed and pointed at us as we drove along. The latest Multipla is an 05 reg and is great, the new shape ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/06 (Somewhat useful, 585 readings)
I've been the proud owner of a Multipla 1.9 diesel ELX for four years now. I needed a car that would take six in comfort...yet was as easy to drive as a little hatchback. I wanted six seats, air conditioning and sunroof (most cars only offered either/or), CD autochanger (cost me £160 extra), metallic paint, a boot large enough for shopping and a wheelchair (at the same time, and an air bag you could turn off...and I couldn't afford more than £14,000. Once I got over the looks (boy is she ugly) I started to appreciate the interior. The car has everything you could want; and its all easy to use, functional and well made. The seats fold forward so that you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/12/01, updated on 02/01/02 (Very useful, 1213 readings)
Well earlier this year we were faced with the chore of having to choose a family car, as we were about to go from a couple in a Saxo, to a family of 6 overnight!! We adopted 4 kids! So off we went to all the local dealers in search of the perfect people carrier... There were quite a few to chose from, all under £20,000. They all had a lot to offer, each one with its own appeal. Much to my horror, my hubby had read about the Multipla, and was attracted to its quirky appearance - what I would call the ugliest thing I'd ever seen. So we went to check it out! I was amazed! Once you get over the ummm, appearance, and actually get in, your world is ... Read the complete review
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