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2015 Fiat 500 S review

Ah, the Fiat 500. Is there a more divisive car out there? It’s definitely one of those cars you buy with your heart, and not your head. Since its release in 2007, I’d lusted after one but my head kept winning. It’s too expensive. Too impractical. It’s way too small. It’s going to be unreliable...

2017 Fiat 124 Spider review

A quick note before I jump into the review. In case you haven’t read my 2017 Civic or any other of my owner car reviews, I’m a 14-year-old from Sydney and I have a deep passion for cars. Let's step back in time for a second. Back in 1976, Motor Trend contributor Bob Hall was asked by Mazda's R&D team what he wanted to see in a future Mazda product...

2013 Fiat 500 Pop review

Back in November of 2014, I uploaded a review of my Fiat 500C Pop on CarAdvice. At that point I’d had the car a little over a year (purchased new in October 2013) and had covered approximately 19,000km. For the most part, I don’t intend on going over the things I covered in that initial review again here. If you want to read it, you can here...

2016 Fiat Ducato LWB/mid Review

This is my 2nd Ducato. First was the 2.3L which had plenty of power but the 3L has even more and drives like a car but with better driving position. One problem with the 2013 Ducato was the rear door stays which held electric cabling for heated rear windows and central locking, these over time break down and cause intermittent central locking on the rear doors, this has been addressed on the 2015 model and is no longer a problem...

2015 Fiat Panda Lounge Review

I bought my Fait Panda as a city runabout, a job that it performs really well. The twin air turbo motor is a real torquey engine and is able to get you away from the lights as quickly as engines four times the size. The interior is very spacious, I'm 193cm tall and have plenty of head and leg room in the drivers seat, the back seat is pretty flat and unsupportive but as the back seat is only used for short city trips, it's not an issue for me...

2013 Fiat Freemont Lounge Review

We first chose this car because it was one of the newest family friendly wagon on the market. Its price and features were very competitive at that time compared to Other 7 seaters cars offered. We were attracted by its advertising price. Its has the built in booster seats and lots of storage space which are plus for family with young children...

2013 Fiat Panda Review

Meet the Panda. It's a simple, functional, no nonsense kind of car. That's why I bought one. We'll start with the basics. I opted for the tried and tested 1.2 litre FIRE engine. I figured that if Fiat have been using this powerplant in most models since the mid 1980's, it can't be half bad. The 8-valve unit makes a modest 52 kilowatts of power with 102 newton metres of torque...

2014 Fiat 500 Review

All cars have their weaknesses, even when they're newly-released class benchmarks. As the years roll by and competitors relentlessly release new models, these weaknesses only become increasingly magnified. This is bad news for the Fiat 500S that I'm reviewing here – a car that has now been on the market for eight long years...

2015 Fiat Freemont Crossroad Review

I've been driving my new Fiat Freemont Crossroad for three weeks now. My last car was an Audi A4 Sport so in many ways it's hard to compare as far as performance is concerned. However, as far as value for money is concerned I am more than impressed...

2013 Fiat Panda Pop Review

Put simply, the Panda is everything you need in a car with nothing you don’t. After being half bored to death with my slushbox 2009 Civic; I was in the market for something a bit ‘different'. Something that I’d actually enjoy driving on a day-to-day basis. Originally, I was looking at either a VW Up (exclamation mark) or the base-model Fiat 500; but after seeing them in the flesh, they were all just a bit too ‘cute-sy'...

2014 Fiat 500 POP Review

A great little car- I am upgrading to the 1.4 twin air version which have more guts. The 1.2 is a bit sluggish however it is fun to chuck about. The running cost is very cheap and they aren't overally expensive to buy. They are a fun little car which holds its value but go for the bigger engine! The sport kit which is the option I went for gives the car a much funkier, younger look with bigger bumpers, side trim and a tiny spoiler...

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