When it comes to producing excellent small cars, few car makers can compete with the Fiat offering. They not only relatively inexpensive but also offer excellent levels of fun and enjoyment.
The range includes the city car, the Panda which has a surprisingly large amount of space in the cabin despite its exterior dimensions. For many people, the excellent engines, particularly the 1.3litre MultiJet unit help make the car cheap to run. There's even an excellent four-wheel-drive version available.
The incredible popularity of the Fiat 500 is reflected in the fact there are so many of them on our roads today. This retro city car has an impressive list of personalisation options to make this a car to be proud of. Again there are small engines and small proportions to make this an excellent choice for urban driving and commuting.
The 500 is popular as a hatchback, though there's also a soft top version with the 500C, and the three door model will impress.
For those who like the retro inspired stylings, the 500L is a larger version which is aimed at small families and still has the same charm of its 500 sibling.
For those buyers who would like more space from their 500 the 500L MPW (or multi-purpose wagon) has room for seven people. This stylish car has a practical interior and the economical engines impress.
Fiat has also entered the compact crossover segment with its excellent 500X which adds rugged functionality to the 500 hatchback’s charms. It's an able performer off-road and it's still a fun car to drive and also cheap to run too.
Next on the list, is the Punto which also has lots of space within its small dimensions but there's also an impressive equipment list to help attract buyers for a car that is cheap to run and offers decent levels of performance.
The Qubo may be based on a van and has a high roof but it is also great fun on the roads with lots of interior space. The boot is also very large and there's a nice range of diesel and petrol engines on offer to help keep its running costs low.
The Doblo is also inspired by a van and has lots of space on board as well. It's also a cheap car to run with lots of space for seven people on board. The big windscreen gives excellent vision and there are some notable safety features, including electronic stability control, fitted as standard.
For those who would prefer a van with lots of space, the Fiorino will do everything expected of it and more. This urban van has lots of ability and is a confirmed favourite with many.
Why not have a look at the official Fiat UK company web site and get the latest news about Fiat in the UK at The Fiat Forum UK. You may also like to see what they're saying about new Fiat cars on the Top Gear web site.
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