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Fiat Panda 1.2 8v Easy (s/s) 5dr - Brand new - 20 Reg £8490 @ T J Vickers Telford / Auto Trader
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Fiat Panda 1.2 8v Easy (s/s) 5dr - Brand new - 20 Reg £8490 @ T J Vickers Telford / Auto Trader

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Posted 19th Feb

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21% off Brand new Fiat Panda, OTR inc 12 months tax, plates etc.

Mid spec includes :
  • ESP - ASR - Hill Holder
  • Longitudinal Roof Bars - Black
  • Luggage Compartment Light
  • Manual Air Conditioning
  • Remote Control Central Door Locking
  • Roof Rails
  • Tyre Pressure Monitor System



"Attention new car bargain hunters - look at this! Here we have a brand



new Fiat Panda 1.2 Easy for the amazing price of £8,490 “ON THE ROAD”,



which includes 12 months tax and number plates. It is in stock today and



can be driven away this March on the new “20” registration, with a



saving of £2,315 from list price."
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k6chris19/02/2020 16:57

Ha, no,RHD, just a stock photo. Various Fiat dealers have a very similar …Ha, no,RHD, just a stock photo. Various Fiat dealers have a very similar deal with the same photo, I think there must be a Fiat UK wide incentive to shift some stock.


If Fiat can't be bothered to make a stock photo of the UK version then they don't deserve my UK money.
MadeDixonsCry19/02/2020 17:03

Fix It Again Tomorrow



MadeDixonsCry19/02/2020 17:03

Fix It Again Tomorrow


Yawn. I had a 59 plate diesel Panda from new for 9 years until an uninsured idiot hit me head on. Never let me down, never needed any work apart from tyres brakes etc and had done 151000 miles at the time of its demise. In terms of getting from A to B reliably, comfortably and cheaply (70 to the gallon) it's the best car I've ever owned. So at least try to be original in your posts!
I had one of those Panda 100hp things for four years, most reliable car I’ve ever owned (and I include my current German-born vehicle in that)
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Steering wheel on wrong side. No wonder it's so cheap. Is this an import?
great wee car, but this is just the normal price point for the Easy...
MadeDixonsCry19/02/2020 16:55

[Image] Steering wheel on wrong side. No wonder it's so cheap. Is this an …[Image] Steering wheel on wrong side. No wonder it's so cheap. Is this an import?



Ha, no,RHD, just a stock photo. Various Fiat dealers have a very similar deal with the same photo, I think there must be a Fiat UK wide incentive to shift some stock.
phanco19/02/2020 16:57

but this is just the normal price point for the Easy...


Since when given the Easy has an RRP of £10,400?
Fix it again, Tony!
k6chris19/02/2020 16:57

Ha, no,RHD, just a stock photo. Various Fiat dealers have a very similar …Ha, no,RHD, just a stock photo. Various Fiat dealers have a very similar deal with the same photo, I think there must be a Fiat UK wide incentive to shift some stock.


If Fiat can't be bothered to make a stock photo of the UK version then they don't deserve my UK money.
m5rcc19/02/2020 16:59

Since when given the Easy has an RRP of £10,400?


Well who pays RRP ?

8.5K is around the normal offer price for a Panda Easy. Still great value for a wee runaround. Just not particularly Hot. Sorry.
Are they reliable enough to trust.. Check which other makes you can buy for similar money...
phanco19/02/2020 17:14

Well who pays RRP ?8.5K is around the normal offer price for a Panda Easy.


No-one, but the Easy rarely has a 18.4% discount either. Can you show where you can get a 20 reg elsewhere for the same price?
I despise the Fiat 1.2 year engine, absolute nightmare if you live anywhere with hills.
MadeDixonsCry19/02/2020 17:03

Fix It Again Tomorrow


Look everyone, this guy knows a different mnemonic! What a guy!
Shame the MPG is only 43.5
hamodziatko19/02/2020 17:30

I despise the Fiat 1.2 year engine, absolute nightmare if you live …I despise the Fiat 1.2 year engine, absolute nightmare if you live anywhere with hills.


Fine for the majority of people in Lincolnshire then. You can’t get much flatter.
Oh excellent, i always wanted a Postman Pat car!!!
Bargainatix19/02/2020 18:47

Fine for the majority of people in Lincolnshire then. You can’t get much f …Fine for the majority of people in Lincolnshire then. You can’t get much flatter.


Until you want to go to Lincoln!
I had one of those Panda 100hp things for four years, most reliable car I’ve ever owned (and I include my current German-born vehicle in that)
Besford19/02/2020 19:30

Until you want to go to Lincoln!


Fair point but the rest is quite flat.
m5rcc19/02/2020 17:57

[Image] Not according to Real MPG


Very useful website, thank you for this.
MadeDixonsCry19/02/2020 17:03

Fix It Again Tomorrow



MadeDixonsCry19/02/2020 17:03

Fix It Again Tomorrow


Yawn. I had a 59 plate diesel Panda from new for 9 years until an uninsured idiot hit me head on. Never let me down, never needed any work apart from tyres brakes etc and had done 151000 miles at the time of its demise. In terms of getting from A to B reliably, comfortably and cheaply (70 to the gallon) it's the best car I've ever owned. So at least try to be original in your posts!
Thanks ordered a dozen
Scraping the barrel including the luggage compartment light in the specs haha. Good price though for a run around
Bargainatix19/02/2020 19:33

Fair point but the rest is quite flat.


Until you get to the Lincolnshire Wolds...
Bargainatix19/02/2020 19:33

Fair point but the rest is quite flat.



Or the Lincolnshire Wolds. There's more to Lincolnshire than the Fens, which is basically Norfolk any way.
My grandad has this car and it's been in the garage many times. One such issue was that the car woud stall going up hills in first gear!

People should stop buying french and Italian tat cars honestly.
jamiecadaverous19/02/2020 19:28

https://www.euroncap.com/en/results/fiat/panda/34191Not a very safe car.



Wow never seen a 0 star car!
DrRollo20/02/2020 12:37

Wow never seen a 0 star car!


That is bad! Only two ‘zero’ rated in history. Probably one to avoid particularly if you have kids.
bbfb12320/02/2020 09:42

My grandad has this car and it's been in the garage many times. One such …My grandad has this car and it's been in the garage many times. One such issue was that the car woud stall going up hills in first gear! People should stop buying french and Italian tat cars honestly.


I will try my hardest not to buy a Ferrari or Bugatti next time I am out shopping
Lot of rubbish being thrown around as usual. I have a Panda Cross 4wd as a second car, it has a 900cc engine. I live in Mid Wales. Hills you say? 1.2l can’t get up a hill? Have you been to Wales? Well trust me - it goes up those hills!

In fact I bought the Panda for just that reason. I live on a hill, my drive is really steep, it’s hard to walk down and knackering walking up. Bit of rain and 2wd cars slip and struggle. Snow or ice and you are stuffed.

My son is disabled and I absolutely have to be able to get out in an emergency. No way would an ambulance get up the drive in snow, the Panda couldn’t care less what the weather was like, it just gets in with it. Everywhere, and I mean everywhere, we go we have hills, not just little bumps, we have proper hills in Wales. Sure it’s not like driving a lovely big comfortable saloon, but it can absolutely go up any hill, the engine doesn’t struggle and breakdown, it just gets on with it.

Of course the traction of the 4wd is going to be different to this car, but that’s not what people are going on about. They are saying the engines can’t cope. If mine can a 1200cc can.

I tried maybe 20 different cars, many were 3 times the price of the Panda Cross. Although the Panda is certainly the lowest spec car I tried it was more about convenience and value for money in the end. I’ve driven past many so called ‘off road’ cars in snow and ice, they just can’t hack it. If it had a winch I could helped them out, but I’m guessing most would be to embarrassed I’ve never got stuck anywhere, and it’s a lot of fun to drive too. No it’s not quiet, but then look at what you are buying. If you want a better car you can buy used for the same money of course.

Luxury - damn no! But terrible? Not at all. Its a nice little car, especially if you want a 2nd runaround. Though have a look at the 4WD Cross - it’s a lot more fun (but more money new of course!)

Try it out yourselves, on a hill, tell me if it breaks down. Every car has horror stories, but the good thing about a basic car is there’s really not much to go wrong!
When they're pig ugly they're usually reliable, but fix it again today didn't get its name for no reason. Fair enough, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
BTW, it's always a Fiat Panda that holds everyone up and causes tailbacks on single lane roads. Probably the safest drivers ever.
retropolis21/02/2020 01:19

When they're pig ugly they're usually reliable, but fix it again today …When they're pig ugly they're usually reliable, but fix it again today didn't get its name for no reason. Fair enough, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.BTW, it's always a Fiat Panda that holds everyone up and causes tailbacks on single lane roads. Probably the safest drivers ever.


And it's always the Audis and BMW's with indicators that are never used sitting impatiently behind whose drivers crash and kill innocent others!
I can personally vouch for the panda being a great little motor for town. I currently still use a 1.2 panda for nipping about. Admittedly it's not going to be ideal for barreling up and down the motorways or carving up a country road in the mountains but in the real world its a great little car. I have a classic porsche and a four wheel drive diesel Audi estate for the motorway miles and weekend drives but for an A to B car its hard to beat! Plus its cheap as chips to run and maintain
m&m20/02/2020 18:10

Lot of rubbish being thrown around as usual. I have a Panda Cross 4wd as a …Lot of rubbish being thrown around as usual. I have a Panda Cross 4wd as a second car, it has a 900cc engine. I live in Mid Wales. Hills you say? 1.2l can’t get up a hill? Have you been to Wales? Well trust me - it goes up those hills!In fact I bought the Panda for just that reason. I live on a hill, my drive is really steep, it’s hard to walk down and knackering walking up. Bit of rain and 2wd cars slip and struggle. Snow or ice and you are stuffed. My son is disabled and I absolutely have to be able to get out in an emergency. No way would an ambulance get up the drive in snow, the Panda couldn’t care less what the weather was like, it just gets in with it. Everywhere, and I mean everywhere, we go we have hills, not just little bumps, we have proper hills in Wales. Sure it’s not like driving a lovely big comfortable saloon, but it can absolutely go up any hill, the engine doesn’t struggle and breakdown, it just gets on with it.Of course the traction of the 4wd is going to be different to this car, but that’s not what people are going on about. They are saying the engines can’t cope. If mine can a 1200cc can.I tried maybe 20 different cars, many were 3 times the price of the Panda Cross. Although the Panda is certainly the lowest spec car I tried it was more about convenience and value for money in the end. I’ve driven past many so called ‘off road’ cars in snow and ice, they just can’t hack it. If it had a winch I could helped them out, but I’m guessing most would be to embarrassed I’ve never got stuck anywhere, and it’s a lot of fun to drive too. No it’s not quiet, but then look at what you are buying. If you want a better car you can buy used for the same money of course.Luxury - damn no! But terrible? Not at all. Its a nice little car, especially if you want a 2nd runaround. Though have a look at the 4WD Cross - it’s a lot more fun (but more money new of course!)Try it out yourselves, on a hill, tell me if it breaks down. Every car has horror stories, but the good thing about a basic car is there’s really not much to go wrong!


Totally agree with the sentiment of what you are saying (i.e. its never going to win a race, but its fine for its purpose), but you state you have the 0.9 litre (over 100lb ft of torque), which is the twin air turbo thing, isn't it? Furthermore, the 1.2 litre being advertised here is the non turbo with about 25% less torque (75lb ft) and about 20% less power? I imagine your car is quite nippy but the 1.2 may feel a bit slow in comparison?
AndyPr23/02/2020 13:56

And it's always the Audis and BMW's with indicators that are never used …And it's always the Audis and BMW's with indicators that are never used sitting impatiently behind whose drivers crash and kill innocent others!


Nothing worse. I despise drivers who are impatient and don't use indicators. I think it's any fast car in the hands of an irresponsible aggressive driver. Speed kills innocent victims.
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