Fiat Panda Reviews
Product Type: Fiat cars
Newest Review: ... to pull into the inside lane. Also, did I mention it's compact? Great for when you want to fit it into a tiny supermarket ... more
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Customer Fiat Panda Reviews (20)
by - written on 29/10/09 (Very useful, 192 readings)
I have a 2008 58 reg Fiat Panda 100hp 1.4 liter engine, i have had a number of different cars in the four years i have been driving but this has to be one of the best for quite a low price. The pandas are small and quite boxy giving them a retro eighties feel, however their is nothing old feeling inside with a grey curvy dashboard and large dials it look really cool the seats are black and grey and very comfortable although might feel a bit restrictive for a larger person, one downside is they are only a four seater, with plenty of leg room in the front but not that great in the back okay for kids but not 6ft tall men. as well as the retro exterior ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/09/02, updated on 10/09/02 (Very useful, 616 readings)
Well, we have been and gone and taken the plunge- we've bought a second car! The reason for this is that, in spite of the fact that she is very pregnant, my wife decided to learn to drive! The problem that exists for us is that we live in a remote village in the wilds of Lincolnshire and it would appear to me that if you want to catch a bus you have to apply 3 months in advance- anyway, I digress.... We needed a car that would provide basic and reasonably economical transport for my good lady and the nipper, and also for the one due imminently (Nolly pauses to hear a groan- no it's not the onset of labour, it's his waistband!). The boot would have to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/03, updated on 07/08/03 (Very useful, 566 readings)
I've been driving a G reg Fiat Panda 1000CL for about a year now and thought i'd put my thoughts down about it. It belonged to my sister in law who decided that she didn't want to drive anymore after she had a 5 MPH tap with a taxi. The car was repaired and bundled off to me as my Metro decided to conk out. I knew that this particular car had a problem with starting in the mornings, which was just when i needed it to work! So, off i trotted to an out of town private garage and he had a look for me. Most of the engine was sound and just needed a tweak here and there to help the mixture in the carb to start up first time. This must have done ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/12/05 (Very useful, 4678 readings)
I am going to start this review by saying right up front that we are not Fiat Panda owners. However, I am fortunate enough during the course of the average year to get my hands on between 12 and 30 different cars to try, all types and sizes, from Fiat Panda's to V12 VW Pheaton's. I was born with a steering wheel in my hands and you could say, perhaps, that I am something of an amateur test driver! This review is based on our experiences at the Company Car in Action event at Millbrook Testing Ground in Bedfordshire last summer. The beauty of this event is that you have the opportunity to drive a huge range of cars, all on the same day, back to back on the two ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/06/10 (Very useful, 294 readings)
I've owned this car for nearly two years now and in that time, I'm happy to say that it's become the love of my life. I own a 2009 1.2 Dynamic ECO and I don't really have a bad word to say about it. It's small, cute, compact, fuel efficient. Despite that, it's still really spacious inside, there are 5 proper seats with seat-belts and a spacious boot. I had enough room to move house in one trip using my panda. The quality of the fittings is much higher than expected for a car within this price range. Even with the air conditioning on, this car is shockingly fuel efficient. I have the petrol version but I average 50-60mpg driving almost exclusively in urban ... Read the complete review
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A bit thirsty at the pumps
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Cheap to run, £20 tax, stylish, spacious.
Can struggle at high speeds.
Great engine, good handling, great looks
Price, F1 gearbox a bit slow
Reliable, sporty, and small
Not as fast as the Mazda 3 Sport or MPS