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Fiat Panda 4×4 hatchback (2012 – ) expert review

The Fiat Panda 4x4 and Trekking are unique in offering a rugged take on the city car format. Bizarrely it not only works, it makes it one of the best city cars on offer. With surprising levels of off road ability, it’s ready to take on more than the urban jungle.

Date added: Thursday 18 October 2012.

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Fiat 500L hatchback (2012 – ) expert review

The Fiat 500L has distinctive looks and generous equipment on its side, and it’s good to drive, too. It’s also one of the most practical small MPVs, which is surely one of the most important things. Bear in mind, though, that it’s quite expensive compared with many rivals.

Date added: Friday 06 July 2012.

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Fiat Panda hatchback (2012 – ) expert review

Fiat is the small car expert and the Panda is one of the most charismatic models on sale, offering fun, no-frills motoring. It’s comfortable, practical and an absolute hoot to drive.

Date added: Monday 20 February 2012.

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Fiat Panda 4×4 (2004 – 2012) expert review

The Fiat Panda 4x4 is an almost unique proposition, It’s a five-door supermini with raised ground clearance and permanent four-wheel drive.

Date added: Monday 06 December 2010.

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Fiat Scudo Combi MPV (2007) expert review

The Fiat Scudo Combi offers loads of space for not much money. The downside of the Fiat is that it is little more than a van with windows and feels it.

Date added: Wednesday 01 December 2010.

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Fiat Scudo Panorama MPV (2007 – 2012) expert review

The Fiat Scudo Panorama cannot hide its commercial roots. It is a van-based MPV, but that means plenty of space and practicality for bigger families.

Date added: Wednesday 01 December 2010.

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Fiat Punto hatchback (2009 – ) expert review

While the Punto is a stylish little car, it’s been overtaken by newer rivals in quite a few areas. It doesn’t disgrace itself, but there are still plenty of better choices out there.

Date added: Monday 22 November 2010.

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Fiat Bravo hatchback (2007 – 2014) expert review

The Fiat Bravo is cheap to buy and run plus it’s great to look at. There are some great engines too, but depreciation is heavy and it’s dynamically mediocre.

Date added: Monday 22 November 2010.

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Fiat Qubo MPV (2009 – ) expert review

The Fiat Qubo is impressively practical for such a small car, and a range of efficient engines make it cheap to run, too. However, the best small MPVs are better in many other areas, and won’t cost you much more in the long term.

Date added: Monday 22 November 2010.

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Fiat Doblo MPV (2009 – ) expert review

The Fiat Doblo is now an even more practical five- or seven-seat people carrier, which has more luggage space than other van-derived MPVs including the Peugeot Partner Tepee.

Date added: Monday 15 November 2010.

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Classic Ads: Fiat Tempra

Alex Robbins argues that this '90s Italian saloon is the perfect gift for that special someone

Date added: Sunday 04 May 2014.

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Classic Ads: Fiat Uno

‘The most wanted small car in Europe’. That’s the tag line Fiat attached to its Uno for this advert in the early ’80s. And, it’s fair to say that it’s probably accurate – though not quite in the way Fiat would have liked you to imagine.

Date added: Wednesday 22 January 2014.

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Classic Ads: Fiat Regata

When we stroll back through the archives, our eye is sometimes caught by the cleverness of an old ad. Sometimes it rouses faint wisps of nostalgia, but sometimes an ad appeals to our baser instincts - as this one does. An advert for an Italian car that shows it to have a life of its own. It’s just crying out to be made fun of.

Date added: Tuesday 03 December 2013.

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Fiat 500L Trekking first drive

While the MINI Countryman is available with four-wheel drive, the Fiat 500L crossover is not, meaning it’s no better in tough conditions than a Ford Focus. That’s unless you opt for the newly launched 500L Trekking, which gets added mud-plugging ability and costs from £17,095.

Date added: Friday 12 July 2013.

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