Fiat Panda 4x4 Review


Do you love the look of the Panda and thinking of getting it? Here will tell you loads of information, all you need to know about it. From the performance to the interior and costs!


Design –

It has a very nice and cute design with a purpose which makes it so different! It has skid plates underneath the body and the height has been raised by over 50mm in comparison to the normal Panda.

Most of the design and functions are the same as the regular Panda but this one comes with 2 different engines!


Interior –

This car is a 4 wheeled drive with the option of 2 different engines. It has rounded cornered squares everywhere which gives it the cute look but also the different look! Some of the plastic bits are very  rough and flimsy which is a downfall and some are an odd shape that some people will not like.

The Panda also isn’t that roomy, larger drivers may find that they struggle with their knees and the b pillar being so close to their shoulders, but for people who aren’t large you could fall in love with the car!

Though it isn’t too roomy, the headspace is a good size but again the boot is very small so if you’re looking for a good sized boot this isn’t the car for you.

The Panda does have good equipment with the air conditioning, electrically adjusted and heated wing mirrors, front fog lights and much more like Bluetooth!


Engine and Performance –

This comes with the choice of two engine – 0.9 litre TwinAir turbo petrol with a 6 speed manual gear box or a 1.3 litre MultiJet diesel with a 5 speed manual gearbox.

TwinAir – This engine will chunter and shimmy away lightly when idle and it is a downsize from the modern. But there is no other automotive combustion engine like it that we know of. We all say that the TwinAir does still deserve considerable credit.

People who like a low down pulling power of a diesel will be amazed at the MultiJet option in the fiat, thought it does only have a 5 speed gearbox. It is noises than the TwinAir at motorways speeds and out of the two twin air is the better one in our opinion.

It also has an eco-mode which can make the Panda slow but it doesn’t take a lot to make an incline to a gearchange.

With the eco mode off the extra midrange torque is heavenly. It makes the car so much more flexible and easy to drive.


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