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Written on: 01/03/2010
i am totally inlove with this car!...its my everday drive and is extreamly reliable. i have done small upgrades, t2.5 turbo running at 1bar boost, 63mm exhaust from down pipe till the back, just with these the car runs insane!!!!!
i have taken on and beat alot of fancy sport cars (s2000,golf 5 GTI, Golf 6 GTI, and alot more!)i have driven alot of high powerd turbo and N/A cars and only a few can come close to the thrill the Uno turbo gives you!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/04/2009
The Fiat Uno Turbo is the best car. Good points are size,agility,power… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/04/2008 by asdfa (1 review written)
I had one of this and it was the most exciting car I ever had! It cost me very little money to buy it and fix it and it gave me very big pleasure....it has great acceleration because is very light...but you cant stop it easy after 100km...No one is perfect! For its time (90s) I think that it was the best turbo car including Renault gt5!… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/04/2008
The Fiat Uno Turbo is an excellent car... I always go back to them even having owned many other cars...
Devoid of most styling atrocities of the 90's (ala Renault 5 etc)
Once you own one youll always want another… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/03/2008 by fluffy1234 (1 review written)
Had many turbo, rs, gt and loved them all, but learnt to drive in a uno turbo 15 years ago and always wanted another just couldn ' t find a minter with low miles until now, she ' s on a l reg reds burgundy with 50,000 on the clock, an old guy down the road from me his dad had it from new and looks like it just come from show room, anyway great car massive fun and getting very rare, and retro… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/01/2008
Good car, you'll love it. I have couple of them… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/09/2007 by stefano8284 (1 review written)
I've had my Uno Turbo for a year now and so far I haven't had any mechanical problems. No one has beat me off the lights yet. Recommended if you like that sort of thing be aware of rust and thrashed engines!… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/03/2007 by sebdiesel2001 (1 review written)
I have a Fiat Uno Turbo and it is the best £2000 I ever spent on a car. It a 1.4 running 165 bph at 18psi of boost. I spent a lot of time and money to get the power from it… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/01/2007 by k2racer (1 review written)
I owned a Fiat Uno 1.4L Turbo for a few years and there is only one way to describe this car - "Too fast for it's own good!' My car was lowered on racing suspension with momo rims, steering wheel and shifter boot. I had a custom Downpipe on my turbo and about 2 inch exhaust piping from the headers back. My turbo pressure was turned up just a bit from factory trim.
Overall a fun car to have but not your everyday grocery getter type of car - with the car lowered the amount of cushion in the… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/09/2006 by dave66 (21 reviews written)
It is frankly laughable to allow 17 year old boy racers to allow to place this old tin box from the year dot to get almost as high a rating as a Ferrari 360 Modena F1. If I followed the advice of this site I'd find myself looking at Maestro's and Uno's as practical motoring choices. This part of the site needs to be divided in to cars less than five years old (or 15 years in the case of this heap) and bangers, because a Uno is a banger… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/05/2006 by biggd (1 review written)
The Fiat Uno Turbo overall was ok I had to mod everything to make it good enough for me. The cosmetics were poor but I did it with accessories and lowered wheels 17''… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/10/2005 by fred007 (1 review written)
Rather don't buy a Uno Turbo if you need a car, buy a Uno turbo if you need a unreliable toy!… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/07/2005 by Ruud King (1 review written)
I have had my Fiat Uno Turbo Mk1 now for 3 years, it has been completly rebuilt and resprayed in Vdub Blue incl. wheelarces & bumpers, koni adj.shocks (yellow),OMP Drilled/grooved discs. braided brakehoses also OMP, soft brakepads, OMP strutbrache front, Sebering exaust 103 mm, 4 harness OMP seatbelts, Abarth black leather steeringwheel and gearshift. Mk 2 Interior, Digi dash (very rare), Raised turbopress up to 1.5 Bar (home made elec.switch) Forge dumpvalve, K&N airfilter, Alfa 33 electric… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/01/2005 by piccolo Ferrari (1 review written)
I have a 1993 Fiat Uno Turbo 1.4 i.e. not modified, yet as fast as a BMW 530d, 325i, many Audi's, only BMW 6-series was faster, once I left behind a motorcicle in a curve at 210 km/h, then I pushed it to 240 km/h slightly downwards. It felt like driving a Cessna, it was dangerous and beautyfull.
I want a bigger turbo, Garrett or Turbonetics Hybrid T3/T4, bigger wheels and brakes, new suspensions. My Uno is not a bit rusty, looks like a new one, it's protected with Tectyl, I want to have it for… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/11/2004 by Groundsman (26 reviews written)
I had one of these Fiat Uno Turbo's once (borrowed, actually). Badly built, thrashy engines and a ghastly gearbox. Front wheel drive was also awful with turbo power.
Now the provence of the Burberry baseball-cap brigade: the car and owners go well together… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/06/2004 by kevinsmall (1 review written)
I have had my Uno turbo mk1 for around 3 months without a hint of trouble, I had a close race with a Civic Type R the other day, it'll kill any Clio or Escort around, sweet sounding engines and respect to anyone who owns one out there!… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/02/2004 by tross vite (1 review written)
The FIAT Uno Turbo has Pretty fast looks well nice from the back as it is met grey blacked windows and smoked rear lights. Its my second car at 18 years old my fist car was a 5 turbo and got to be honest it would have killed my Uno but thats cuz can't find anywhere to get tuning parts so if you can help send me some info… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/09/2003 by unrod (2 reviews written)
I have 2 unos a white racing edition and a abarth yupitor blue they both are very fast the racing edition had a hybrid turbo with skyline 360'trust bearing the heads skimed 15 thou to raise the compression there for a abit more practical to drive with out the turbo boosting all the time fse boost valve scorpion exhaust 200bhp k.n head ported and polished and ports matched in car boost control kit for serious fun samco hoses dump valve ngk racing spark plugs and the best thing of all throw ur… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/09/2003 by rogers751 (1 review written)
I Modified my FIAT Uno Turbo MK2 when i bought it, with k&n, dump valve, custom build 4" system, Super Chip, lowered, 15" five spokes. Funnily enough on my test drive one of the rear callipers was in need of replacing so the vehicle had no brakes what so ever. One of the most terrifying experiences of my life. Also the one which made me fall in love with it. Raced every car i could and was beaten once by a celica GT4. BMW's a personal favorite to spank. Got 140 out of it before i chickned out… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/08/2003 by BEN (1 review written)
my first car was a Fiat uno turbo mk2 at 17 i would not advise it.As now i have no licence and no car.
i got cuaght speeding and crashed my car raceing. but when you have a car of such speed and acceleration all you want to do is put your foot down.my uno was not modfided much i had an in car boost and a filter.but when it is fixed, i will be doing much more modifing as they have so much potenital… Read Full Review
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