Fiat is one of the world-renowned Italian car brand and it is also one of the oldest car brands. The company represents the Italian car industry. They specializes in small cars and their range includes Panda.
Known for their impressive design, smart packaging, and competitive pricing, Fiat has been one of the top budget brands in Europe for a long time.
But how is Fiat 4×4? Keep reading to find out.
Fiat Panda is very spacious, well equipped, and competitively priced. With an interesting and vibrant character, Panda is very efficient. It’s a city car with off-road-inspired looks and four-wheel-drive system to suit. The car is available in two specifications, the standard 4×4 and the new 4×4 Antarctica edition.
The Antarctica edition has new alloy wheels, new interior upholstery, white paintjob, black roof, and an optional penguin decal. The engines are a 74bhp 1.3-litre diesel or a 84bhp 895cc two-cylinder TwinAir turbo petrol unit.
Fiat Panda is a car you can get excited about! Its grille, side trims embossed with ‘4×4’ and bubble-font Panda badges making it appealing. The ground clearance is raised by 47mm and the steel front and rear bumper skid plates makes it stand out with distinguished looks. There’s also another two-wheel version called Panda Trekking that brings a raised ride height of the 4×4.
Known as the third generation of the car, the nimble and fairly stylish Fiat 4×4 has got funky vibes into its interior. It has the quality, comfort, and multi-talented world-class technology which makes it a serious vehicle too. Don’t be fooled by its funky look only. This multi-talented car is five-seater, and its small engine is powerful enough. With limited capacity engines and a lightweight body, Fiat 4×4 offers an 875cc TwinAir Turbo or a 1.3-litre MultiJet 2 turbo diesel with start-stop technology and an indicator to let you know the time to change the gear.
All of the Fiat Panda 4x4s are well equipped with special 15-inch alloy wheels with mud and snow tyres. Additionally, all the cars come with an extra button behind the gearlever which activates the EDC. The interior has the ’rounded square’ appearance from the normal Panda and a clean layout overall. A high driving position gives you greater visibility and thanks to the short overhangs, Panda is very easy to park as well. Now, how cool is that?
Fiat’s “Dualdrive” electric power steering with a City function makes it possible to steer lighter at slow speeds. If you don’t require the four-wheel drive system, then opt for Panda Trekking model which is available at cheaper price with same engine. The green interior with part leather seats and new storage compartments are available with dark green dashboard. The cabin is extremely well-designed while making the green theme evident throughout the interior.
Talking about practicality and comfort, there’s plenty of room in Fiat Panda along with headroom too. It’s perfect for a small family. Ample storage space is available inside the cabin along with two cup-holders, door bins, extra storage in the console, two big glove boxes, and the backrest of the front passenger seat folds down. For those who are concerned about safety and reliability, Panda is a more preferred choice.