New 2018 Fiat Panda uk deals

We currently have 13 2018 Fiat Panda models available with an average saving of £852. Our 2018 Fiat Panda deals are quoted as on the road or (OTR) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises.
We have all models, all styles, and all trims including Pop, Easy, Lounge.

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Manual Petrol 1.2 8V 69 5 1.2 70 119 £9405 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.2 8V 69 5 1.2 70 119 £10205 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.2 8V 69 5 1.2 70 119 £10705 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 0.9TwinAir 85 SS 5 0.9 86 99 £11365 Show Discount
Dualogic Petrol 0.9TwinAir 85 SS 5 0.9 86 95 £12115 Show Discount
Dualogic Petrol 0.9TwinAir 85 SS 5 0.9 86 95 £12615 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 0.9TwinAir 85 SS 5 0.9 86 99 £11865 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 0.9TwinAir 90 SS 5 0.9 91 114 £16255 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 0.9TwinAir 85 SS 5 0.9 86 114 £14605 Show Discount
Manual Diesel 1.3MJet 95 SS 5 1.3 95 117 £16505 Show Discount
Manual Diesel 1.3MJet 95 SS 5 1.3 95 119 £18155 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.2 8V 69 5 1.2 70 129 £12995 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.2 8V 69 5 1.2 70 129 £13495 Show Discount
Full length Fiat Panda video review with market value analysis

You'll probably be paying somewhere in the £9,000 to £13,000 for your Panda, once you've allowed for a few well-chosen extras. Think carefully about whether you really need to pay the £1,200 premium to graduate from the entry-level 8v 1.2-litre Petrol model to a car like the 85bhp turbo TwinAir Petrol variant I've been testing here - and there's an even bigger £2,200 jump to go from the base variant to a 1.3-litre Diesel Panda with the same spec.

Many customers will be better off sticking with the entry-level model and spending any remaining funds on some well chosen extras. If you're looking at the 4x4 models, then you'll need to factor in a premium over around £2,700 over similarly specified 'Lounge' models equipped with the same engine.

I'd want to consider the Low Speed Collision Mitigation system. This uses a laser sensor on the windscreen to scan a space a short distance in front of the vehicle to determine the risk of a collision.

If a potential crash situation is detected and the driver doesn't respond, the system can activate emergency braking at speeds of less than 18mph or if you're going faster, at least slow the car down to minimise the impact.

Clever. As for safety, well it's disappointing to find ESP stability control only offered as an option, though when you do specify it, you also get a Hill Holder clutch that stops you drifting backwards on uphill junctions..

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