Fiat Seicento S 3dr Reviews
Product Type: Fiat cars
Newest Review: ... at how reasonable they are; of course it does depend on where you go for parts. Car tax is low, and insurance has been so ... more
Customer Fiat Seicento S 3dr Reviews (5)
by - written on 11/04/02, updated on 11/04/02 (Useful, 288 readings)
We didn't buy the car to provide anything other than basic town and city transport and it has rarely disapointed us. It has led a fairly hard life (about 16,000 miles per year) but has cost very little to run, though the cost of spares varies incredibly. A replacement wiper motor was nearly a hundred pounds (without fitting) but a new wing was only 22 pounds. The local Fiat dealer isn't up to much, but it doesn't require any specialist tools for maintenance so it gets looked after by a local non-franchised garage. It can do motorways, but the joke soon wears thin and you begin to suspect that you're harming the car by driving it so hard. It ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/11/11 (Useful, 42 readings)
This was my first car, and I have had it for two years now. I learned to drive in a diesel, and the first time I sat in this car it was a shock to the system! I have to say, though, it is a brilliant little car, and I love it. I'm not into fast driving, and living in the rural countryside, my car is very important to me, I can't work without it! I've had to replace the battery and all four tyres, plus windscreen wipers etc (expected with any car) and the replacements weren't ever so expensive! In fact I've been quite surprised at how reasonable they are; of course it does depend on where you go for parts. Car tax is low, and insurance has been so much cheaper than it ... Read the complete review
by Catriona Macdonald - written on 22/05/07
Fiat Seicento Sporting 3 door Having just passed my test, i bought a Seicento, 2 yrs old 10,000 miles for only £3,000. I honestly absolutely loved it from the word go...yes its compact but boy its a great runner. So cheap to run and Insurance is as cheap as chips. A great little nippy number Its the Abrath model which i would recommend, friends were all impressed with the look, low coloured bumpers, alloy wheels, leather steering wheel, CD player, sporting comfy bucket seats etc... A joy to drive, nipping about town is a treat, squeezing into little tight spots, but also great on the motorway, whizzing passed bigger ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/08/10 (Somewhat useful, 42 readings)
This car won't blow you away but it does exactly what you want. I bought my car 5 months ago for £450. Its was T reg and had 84,000 miles on the clock. I have yet to be disappointed. The petrol tank is small i can fill it up with just £30 but that will last me for 350 miles which compared to the car i used to drive is a lot. I had a overheating problem when i first bought the car which i was aware of but was solved by buying a £20 thermostat. Its bright yellow which would put most people of but to me this was a selling point. My friends always know when I am arriving and everyone knows my car. The drive is smooth even when you reach ... Read the complete review
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