The Panda remains one of the most popular low cost, small cars in Europe, following the original launch by Fiat in 1980. From the start, the Panda’s quirky box shape and unconventional but practical design seemed to break a mould, winning a loyal following as well as European Car of the Year, second place in 1981. As a fun run-around that maximised interior space and offered flexible seating and storage configurations, the Panda blazed a trail for the later mini-MPVs and mini-SUVs.
Now in its third rendition, total sales of the Panda over its 34 year history exceed 10.5 million. Today, the new 2017 Fiat Panda with its smart, ergonomic design and advanced technology, is once again a hugely practical small car for the next generation of motorists. The Panda remains as appealing and individual as ever with a great range of trims and models to suit everyone.
The current ‘Nuova Panda’ was introduced in 2012 and comes of age with pleasing curves and smooth lines which nevertheless echo the traditionally raised profile and spacious tardis-like interior. Compact yet flexible, the Panda remains true to its traditional values, delivering excellent value for money and an outstanding no-nonsense performance.
The kit aboard the new Panda is more impressive than ever with all models offering power-steering, central-locking, electric windows, an ISOFIX base for child seating and air-bags front and back. In addition, a new generation of advanced stop-start engines reduce CO2 emissions and fuel consumption without sacrificing the Panda’s traditional ‘zip’. In 2014, this is still an economical and well-equipped compact car to compete with the best.
The 2017 Panda is for sale in four distinctive versions. The Pop is a good value entry model which is keen on price but still has all the chunky good looks, together with a surprising amount of extras. The Panda Easy brings additional kit and refinement whereas the Lounge trim offers luxury features that would grace any range-topping model. Finally, the Trekking, takes the Panda adventure off-road in style and safety, boasting a unique wheel traction system that suits all weathers and any road. The Fiat Trekking is the only car in its class to offer these attributes.
With keen handling plus flexible and surprisingly spacious storage, the 2017 Panda is easy and enjoyable to drive. Powered by a choice of three petrol and diesel engines, the Panda comes in fourteen different versions which include both manual and automatic transmission models. The New Fiat Panda prices start at less than £9K, ensuring that the Fiat classic remains as affordable and desirable as ever.
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