Fiat Panda 1.2 Reviews

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★★★☆☆

“pleasant but underpowered”

Written on: 18/05/2012 by jmarkj (1 review written)

Coming to it from a bigger car I find it very slow to pick up and need to use far lower gears thabn expected in our hilly city. Their customer service department is useless. The tyre was vandalised two weeks after I had it brand new. I had not been warned there is no spare wheel, and as a result when I used the "get you home pack it was quite useless, simply meaning that I had to pay for a new tyre because it was ful of latex gunk. When I complained to Fiat they have sent no reply to my… Read Full Review

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“Fiat Pandas used to be everywhere and are quickly...”

Written on: 24/02/2004 by martinoneill (4 reviews written)

Fiat Pandas used to be everywhere and are quickly gaining cult status as they become rarer.

They are small and easy to drive, a practical town car.

They are also very reliable, though on older cars the electrics may need some work.

The styling is very much a matter of taste and the interiors can be basic - but modifications can be made.

Like most cars of the period, rust can be a problem, especially on doors and sills but later models had better rust proofing… Read Full Review

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Puggriffiths's Response to martinoneill's Review

Written on: 28/03/2004

I had a fiat panda as my first car. It was certainly not something to pose in, but it was cheap and the only car I could afford to insure!
<br>I think they are ideal for first cars for 17 yr olds, as they are so cheap to insure and repair. And mine did 100mph on more than one occassion!

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Martinoneill's Response to martinoneill's Review

Written on: 29/09/2006

If you can find an UNO that looks like the car in the photo I will give you £1000. The only error is the engine size - the max in the old Panda was 1108CC. But if you don't know what the car looks like you won't know that.

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Dshvarts's Response to martinoneill's Review

Written on: 29/09/2006

According to the description and the picture, this is an UNO, not a Panda.

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