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Fiat Panda Review

Curious pricing but Fiat's third city car offering in Australia has a charming personality and is enjoyable to drive.

Fiat Panda Review

The Panda will bring plenty of charm when the Italian city car arrives in the second half of 2013.

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Fiat Panda gets zero-star Euro NCAP safety rating

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has been dealt another blow in the latest round of Euro NCAP crash tests, with the 2018 Fiat Panda failing to score even a one-star rating. Last tested in 2011, the third-generation Panda lacks any form of active safety equipment – with seatbelt reminders the only feature to score points in the area Safety Assist...

Fiat Panda axed in Australia

The unsung Fiat Panda has been quietly discontinued from Australia after fewer than two years on the market. Panda sales have been running at about one-tenth the level of the better-known Fiat 500. As such, Fiat Chrysler Australia has decided to rationalise (re-align) its range, given it will soon launch a pair of brand new models — the 500X crossover and 124 roadster — to keep its dealers occupied...

Weekend deals on wheels for May 30

It’s time for the latest Weekend Deals on Wheels, which looks at four factory-backed special offers for all you weekend shoppers. Fiat Panda Pop - $14,500 drive-away Ok, it’s not powered by the great little TwinAir two-cylinder turbo engine that sounds vaguely like a hornets nest, but a Fiat Panda Pop for $14,500 drive-away looks like an interesting deal to consider...

Fiat Panda Cross revealed

Rugged, tiny and just a little bit cute - this the new Fiat Panda Cross. The Italian brand's new four-wheel-drive city SUV boasts all the rough-and-tumble styling cues, with restyled bumpers featuring underbody protection and improved approach (24-degree) and departure (33-degree) angles, hard-wearing body cladding and high-profile (65-aspect) tyres wrapped around 15-inch wheels...

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Fiat Panda Owner Reviews

2015 Fiat Panda Trekking review

Fiat Panda Trekking Diesel – Italy’s loveable mini Tonka Truck I remember hearing the Top Gear presenters say, "you cannot count yourself a motoring enthusiast unless you have owned an Alfa!". As I was choosing my last car, this played on my mind as I searched for something that was: - Unusual - Cool - Had the ‘X’ factor …and would make me smile every time I looked at it and got set behind the wheel! Enter the Fiat Panda...

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 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...

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'...