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Brand New Fiat Panda 1.2 Pop £6,395.00 @ Perrys

£6395.00 @ Perrys
Cheapest anywhere in the country for a base model Brand New Fiat Panda 1.2 pop 5 doors as well add £60 if you want the extra seatbelt to make it into a 5 seater. i would recommend paying the e… Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Cheapest anywhere in the country for a base model Brand New Fiat Panda 1.2 pop

5 doors as well

add £60 if you want the extra seatbelt to make it into a 5 seater.
i would recommend paying the extra £60 for the 5 seater option as this has a big impact on the used value as the 5 seaters command a £200 premium over the 4 seater versions

so effectively even if you don't use or need the extra seat belt, it will more than pay for itself!
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3 Likes #1
Not for me but seems good price. :|
1 Like #2
good little car cheap motoring insurance group 3 £30 tax about £30 tank of fuel. reasonable boot space if you have the option of remote locking take it
3 Likes #3
How much is the automatic version?
#4
Leicester Fiat have about 29% off the RRP for Panda Pop as well for cash buyers.

Edited By: groenleader on Dec 10, 2016 15:34
2 Likes #5
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1 Like #6
Gone are the days when you could get a brand new Suzuki alto for £3995 otr.
20 Likes #7
POWYSWALES
Gone are the days when you could get a brand new Suzuki alto for £3995 otr.

Gone are the days when you could get a Chomp for 10p, a tin of baked beans for 4p and a 3 bed semi-detached house for £29,500.
2 Likes #8
Why buy a really basic new car when you could get one with a few more features as pre-reg or similar for similar money?
1 Like #9
For the price of some Ferrari stripes you can get a fiat panda.....I'd rather have the stripes.
#10
5 doors as well! lol
4 Likes #11
I remember when Panda Pops were 10p a bottle!
1 Like #12
fishsticks
I remember when Panda Pops were 10p a bottle!
I can remember when crap like Panda Pops hadn't been invented. :D
1 Like #13
cheap price hot but they shouldn't be charging extra for a seatbelt
1 Like #14
including engine?
1 Like #15
So is this a 4 seater with a belt and in no way designed as a 5 seater, Or is this a 5 seater with someone at fiat have a good old belly laugh at our expense.
#16
its a city car with 4 seats with the option of an extra seat belt to make it into 5.

other city cars such as the VW up, Skoda citigo, Seat Mi, Peugeot 108, Citroen C1, Toyota Aygo are 4 seaters with no such option.
#17
I hired one of these earlier this year. Normally drive an audi A6 and was surprised at how nippy this car was. Got me about, fun to drive. This is a hot deal for those looking for a small car with cheap tax, insurance and fuel costs.
1 Like #18
At this price the Dacia Sandero is a better punt
1 Like #19
thenormalone
At this price the Dacia Sandero is a better punt

Normally I would agree, but this is higher spec than a basic sandero, more economical on fuel, lower car tax, cheaper to service (Fiat generally come out cheaper than most for servicing - see honest john) and retains more of its value at 3 years old (basic sandero 1.2 access with 30,000 miles at 3 years old is forecast to have a trade value of £2550 in average condition).
#20
Not for me but anyone looking for a cheap first new car it is ideal
#21
Skymonkey
I hired one of these earlier this year. Normally drive an audi A6 and was surprised at how nippy this car was. Got me about, fun to drive. This is a hot deal for those looking for a small car with cheap tax, insurance and fuel costs.

Something must be wrong with your A6 :D
6 Likes #22
https://c1.staticflickr.com/5/4052/4390913052_81646b5a32_z.jpg?zz=1

Look better now than the one I had at uni!

Edited By: decepticon_shadow on Dec 10, 2016 18:56
#23
Where can you see all the extras like seat Belts, paint colour etc? Good deal for a new car shame about the awful blue! oO
#24
thenormalone
At this price the Dacia Sandero is a better punt

The Dacia is much bigger too.
#25
groenleader
Leicester Fiat have about 29% off the RRP for Panda Pop as well for cash buyers.


good advice - worth a try thanks.
#26
airbiscuits
groenleader
Leicester Fiat have about 29% off the RRP for Panda Pop as well for cash buyers.


good advice - worth a try thanks.


interest charges make this an 8k car at Leicester Fiat - of course that's on their finance terms - may be better for a cash buyer!! maybe worth a phone call.
2 Likes #27
karlie88
POWYSWALES
Gone are the days when you could get a brand new Suzuki alto for £3995 otr.
Gone are the days when you could get a Chomp for 10p, a tin of baked beans for 4p and a 3 bed semi-detached house for £29,500.

You're right, they're £29,950 now.
http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-45742785.html
#28
I bought a Fiat Punto which fell to bits in ten years. All sorts of mechanical bits that should be metal are made of plastic. The whole car was designed to last just the three year warranty period and then start failing. I scrapped it, ten years old and with only 50k on the clock. It was costing a fortune in repairs, and the last straw was the gearbox linkage breaking - yet another plastic part.
#29
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1 Like #30
GDB2222
I bought a Fiat Punto which fell to bits in ten years. The whole car was designed to last just the three year warranty period and then start failing.

I think their old design and development team now work at Renault....
1 Like #31
I had a 2008 Panda 100HP. Ridiculously fun to drive on country roads. Bought 2012 for £3500 sold 2016 for £3000. Didn't fall to bits. Cheap to maintain and run. Hardly lost any money on it.

Evo and car sites love the 100HP. Future classic warm hatch for sure.
#32
I remember when Freddos were 5p :(
#33
I remember when it was 90p to get in the kop
#34
Be 3 kids across the back seat only. I found I didn't like the driving position/pedals.
#35
GDB2222
I bought a Fiat Punto which fell to bits in ten years. All sorts of mechanical bits that should be metal are made of plastic. The whole car was designed to last just the three year warranty period and then start failing. I scrapped it, ten years old and with only 50k on the clock. It was costing a fortune in repairs, and the last straw was the gearbox linkage breaking - yet another plastic part.
This is the Panda - not the Punto
#36
billysally208
GDB2222
I bought a Fiat Punto which fell to bits in ten years. All sorts of mechanical bits that should be metal are made of plastic. The whole car was designed to last just the three year warranty period and then start failing. I scrapped it, ten years old and with only 50k on the clock. It was costing a fortune in repairs, and the last straw was the gearbox linkage breaking - yet another plastic part.
This is the Panda - not the Punto
You think that Fiat make the Panda any better?
#37
yes

the punto in question was a 2005 model using a mid 90s chassis and some components

the panda is a modern chassis with completely different components built in a different factory to the Punto

thanks
#38
Hot deal

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