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Fiat Panda hatchback 2004 - 2011 review - CarBuyer

Fiat Panda hatchback 2014 review: http://bit.ly/1km8ez4 Subscribe to the Carbuyer YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/17k4fct Subscribe to Auto Express: http://subscribe.autoexpress.co.uk/cb 'Cheap and cheerful' is often a slur on a new car, but here it's a positive. The Panda's boxy shape means interior headroom is plentiful, so it feels bigger than it looks. The boot isn't huge, and there isn't acres of rear legroom, but for families with two small children, it's big enough. The cheapest 1.1-litre Active version is very basic, so most buyers will be better served in air-conditioned Dynamic versions with the pleasingly quiet 65.7mpg 1.3 MultiJet diesel engine. Do you own this car? Let us know what you think about it with the Driver Power Survey http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/front_website/driverpower/2011


 


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Fiat Panda hatchback review - CarBuyer
Fiat Panda hatchback 2014 review: http://bit.ly/1km8ez4 Subscribe to the Carbuyer YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/17k4fct Subscribe to Auto Express: http://subscribe.autoexpress.co.uk/cb Larger and more spacious, the latest Panda features more rounded styling than its predecessor and is designed to be the most practical and versatile version yet. Offered with a fantastic choice of petrol and diesel engines in either two, three or four-cylinder layout, the Panda is highly economical and offers great no-frills transport. The cabin is stylish and reasonably well made and although rear passengers get slightly less legroom than in the Volkswagen up! or Kia Picanto, unique features such as the folding front seat do make up for it. The Panda is also great fun to drive around town and if you opt for one of the twin-cylinder TwinAir models, owners are exempt from paying Road Tax.





Kia Picanto hatchback 2004 - 2011 review - CarBuyer
Kia Picanto hatchback 2014 review: http://bit.ly/1dMLz9N Subscribe to the Carbuyer YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/17k4fct Subscribe to Auto Express: http://subscribe.autoexpress.co.uk/cb The Kia Picanto doesn't pretend to do anything clever; it's a cheap and cheerful four-person runabout. As long as those four people don't have too many bags, because the boot is tiny, and you're not planning many long motorway trips, the Picanto will perform admirably. Its two petrol engine options are only 4bhp apart, oddly, and they're both better below 60mph or so. However, the car's small turning circle, good visibility, abundant headroom and comfortable seats make it a sensible buy. There's the seven-year warranty too, which is particularly brilliant for an inexpensive little car. Do you own this car? Let us know what you think about it with the Driver Power Survey http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/front_website/driverpower/2011





Land Rover Freelander SUV review - CarBuyer
Land Rover Freelander 2014 review: http://bit.ly/19MyBKh Subscribe to the Carbuyer YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/17k4fct Subscribe to Auto Express: http://subscribe.autoexpress.co.uk/cb Land Rover re-calibrated drivers' perceptions of what was possible with a small 4x4 when it originally introduced the Freelander. It was good to drive on the road, and equally impressive off it. The Freelander 2 is no different, feeling as capable wherever you choose to drive it - but more luxurious too. Part of its enormous appeal is its driving character on the road, where the Freelander 2 feels more like a tall estate car than a wobbly off-roader. The diesel engine is offered in two outputs, while Land Rover has taken a revolutionary step (for a company founded on it reputation for world beating 4x4s) and introduced a front-wheel drive model for those seeking the very best fuel economy. Do you own this car? Let us know what you think about it with the Driver Power Survey http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/front_website/driverpower/2011





Hyundai i20 hatchback 2009 - 2012 review - CarBuyer
Hyundai i20 hatchback 2014 review: http://bit.ly/JYanA5 Subscribe to the Carbuyer YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/17k4fct Subscribe to Auto Express: http://subscribe.autoexpress.co.uk/cb It's hard to find fault with the Hyundai i20, as it beats rivals hands-down for the amount of equipment you get for the money. Prices for basic versions are low, while equipment levels are generous. Even entry-level models get air-conditioning and electric windows. Running costs will hardly break the bank either. Rivals like the Ford Fiesta and Volkswagen Polo look expensive in comparison to the i20, especially when you factor in Hyundai's excellent five-year warranty and highly praised customer service. Do you own this car? Let us know what you think about it with the Driver Power Survey http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/front_website/driverpower/2011





Essai Fiat Panda 1.2 8v Class
Attendue, la nouvelle Panda porte les espoirs d'avenir de Fiat. Secteur privilégié du constructeur depuis toujours, celui des petites citadines est de plus en plus convoité, et performant. Dans ce contexte, comment se comporte la Panda 1.2 Class ? Retrouvez toute l'actualité de l'automobile italienne sur www.autosital.com et sur Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/autositalcom





Fiat Panda 4x4 vs Range Rover - Fifth Gear
In this classic Fifth Gear clip, Tom Ford puts the Fiat Panda 4x4 against the powerful Range Rover! For more fantastic car reviews, shoot-outs and all your favourite Fifth Gear moments, subscribe to our Official Channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/fifthgearuk





New Fiat Panda video review - by www.autocar.co.uk
Fiat has sold over 6.4million examples of the Panda since it was launched in 1980; it's vital to the Italian manufacturer's success. We road test the 2012 Panda Twinair to find out whether this all-new model can maintain the Panda legacy. Read the review at http://www.autocar.co.uk/CarReviews/FirstDrives/Fiat-Panda-0.9-TwinAir-85-E asy/260458/





Fiat Panda 4x4 vs. Mercedes G-Class
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Fifth Gear - Fiat Panda 100HP vs. Ferrari 360 Modena
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Fiat Panda 4x4 vs Range Rover
5th gear - Fiat Panda 4x4 vs Range Rover





(ENG) Fiat Panda 4x4 - Test Drive and Review
Fiat Panda is a popular city car. What if you live in the countryside? Do you have to buy a big SUV? Fiat Panda Climbing 4x4 1.3 MultiJet may be the answer you are looking for. Follow me at: marekdrives.kinja.com facebook.com/marekdrives @mwieruszewski plus.google.com/+GarazOtwarty/ instagram.com/marek_drives Also watch: Dacia Duster http://youtu.be/chiCk0w0Nm0 Toyota Aygo http://youtu.be/Zq1UUxN29KI Nissan Qashqai http://youtu.be/eCskqO5CvYM Dacia Sandero Stepway http://youtu.be/kCctdV5KtJw





2013 Fiat Panda review - What Car?
The Fiat Panda is endearing and cheap, but its small size has its drawbacks as well. Read the full verdict on whatcar.com here: http://ow.ly/h5QJP Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/whatcar Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/whatcar Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/whatcar http://www.whatcar.com





Fiat Panda Car Review - Drive Start
All new Fiat Panda 1.3 Multijet diesel pop test drive review by Craig McAlpine at Drive Start. http://www.drivestart.co.uk





2008 Fiat Panda 4x4 1.2i Review,Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
A little while back I tested a bog-standard Fiat Panda and while it was slower than a real panda, it was also a damn sight cheaper to buy or run. So on balance, I liked it very much. Since then, though, a couple of things have caused me to look once again at those initial findings. First of all James May, my colleague from Top Gear, has bought one, which means there must be something wrong with it, and second, I know what that something is. Yes, the Panda is very good in town and very good, too, in snow and ice. It is also a great deal of fun on small rural back roads, because even if something does turn out to be coming the other way, there is always room to squeeze between it and the hedgerow. But the Panda is a very small car, which means it has a very small engine, which means it is absolutely hopeless on the motorway. As hopeless as I would be on the men's downhill course at Klosters.Driving an underpowered car on the motorway is one of the most dangerous things a man can do. It's up there with sticking your middle finger in the bottom of a sleeping tiger. It's very nearly as dangerous as driving through Alabama with "Hillary for President" written on the side of your car. The problem is simple. You come up behind a truck that is doing 50mph in the middle lane. So you think you will simply pull out and overtake. You therefore indicate, wait for a gap in the stream of traffic to your right and ease out. Textbook stuff. Worthy of a Mr Tufty safe driving award from PC McGarret No 452. Except you're in for a shock because although you have your foot welded to the floor and you're in third gear and the little engine is screaming itself to death, you are not doing what a scientist would call "accelerating". And now the car in the outside lane that was a speck in your rear-view mirror is leaving thick black lines all over the road as the driver desperately tries to avoid slamming into the back of the "effing a***hole" that pulled into his lane at 50mph . . . and then failed to go any faster. You're terrified that at any second it will slam into your tailgate, and this is doubly worrying when you're in a Fiat Panda because the tailgate in question is only 4in abaft of your most precious and vital organs. I use this as a general rule of thumb. If a car has less than 100 horsepower, it is never safe to pull into the outside lane if there is a car in sight . . . even if it's three miles away. If a car has less than 60 horsepower, it is never safe to pull into the outside lane at all. Sixty horsepower was fine in the days when cars had four wheels and a seat but now the average small car has so much safety equipment and so many luxury goods nailed to its dashboard that it weighs more than Bolivia. And to move a country, you need more than 60 horses. A lot more. As you may know, I'm not well disposed to the idea of governments banning things, except for beards and ginger hair and butter beans and Scotsmen sitting in Westminster and caravans and any talk of global warming by people who don't know what they're on about and the Toyota Prius and books with no plot and costume dramas on ITV and anything with Jade Goody in it and Ken bloody Livingstone, but the only thing that stops me from banning the Fiat Panda from the outside lane of a motorway is that May would become even later for his call times on Top Gear. Actually, there's another reason. Fiat has just brought out a more peppy version of its lovable little car that has — wait for it — a dizzying 100 horsepower. That's about a fifth of what I reckon is necessary to make progress these days, but hey, it's a step in the right direction.





Używany Fiat Panda - Poznaj jego wady i zalety
Produkowana w Polsce Panda okazała się dużym sukcesem -- sprzedano już ponad milion sztuk. Ten Fiat doskonale spełnia oczekiwania osób, które szukają auta taniego w utrzymaniu i zapewniającego przynajmniej minimum praktyczności. Jeśli porównamy małego Fiata do klasowych rywali, okaże się, że to jedna z ciekawszych propozycji na rynku -- jego największym atutem jest 5-drzwiowe nadwozie. Poznaj wady i zalety używanej Pandy!





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