In the family of 2018 Pandas, the 0.9 Twinair has the smallest engine but the biggest heart. Thanks to Fiat’s advanced air technology, this nimble and characterful 85PS engine outperforms many larger competitors, and in terms of environmental impact, it’s second-to-none in its class, and with bargain basement prices the car gives you a great deal for the money.
For the manual Panda 0.9 Twinair, CO2 emissions are just 99g per km, making the model exempt from road tax. In the Dualogic 0.9 automatic version, this is further reduced to 95g per km, thanks to a computer that automatically regulates for maximum efficiency at all times. The Dualogic adds around a £700 cost to equivalent models in the Easy or Lounge trim
The 0.9 litre engine is also paired with the high traction, all-weather Panda Trekking, a classic 4X4 version, or special edition Antarctica 4X4, topping the 0.9L range at £14,340 list price. Excepting the Trekking and 4X4s, all 0.9L Twinair versions of the 2018 Panda are exempt from road tax and top 60mpg in average conditions, with the Dualogic 0.9L returning an exceptional 68.9mpg.
The 0.9L Twinair is not available in the entry Pop trim, so prices start at £10,440 for the intermediate Easy 0.9L with 85PS, (and that's before the great deals and discounts Orangewheels car offer you) This comes with the usual outstanding safety features on board a Fiat, including ABS brakes and multiple airbags, plus central locking, air conditioning and smart 14-inch steel wheels with ‘Easy’ wheel caps. The luxury 0.9L Lounge trim adds fog lamps, heated side mirrors, alloy wheels and enhanced styling, listing at just under £11K.
The 2018 Panda 0.9L Twinair is a smart and practical version of Fiat’s enduring and flexible 4-door compact car; ideal for city driving. Because of the advanced engine technology built in, this model is likely to hold well in the used car market.