Fiat Panda 4x4 prices

13 Dec, 2012 5:50pm Tom Phillips

Prices for the Fiat Panda 4x4 start at £13,950, while the Trekking is available from £12,450

Prices for the Fiat Panda 4x4 and Fiat Panda Trekking have been announced. The Panda 4x4 starts from £13,950, while the two-wheel-drive Trekking costs from £12,450. Both models are available to order now.

The Fiat Panda 4x4 is available with two engine options. For your £13,950, you get a Panda 4x4 powered by Fiat’s 0.9-litre two-cylinder TwinAir turbo petrol engine that develops 84bhp. The diesel model, powered by the company's 74bhp 1.3-litre MultiJet four-cylinder unit, costs an extra £1,000, at £14,950.

The front-wheel-drive Panda Trekking is available with the same engine line-up. The petrol model costs from £12,450, while the diesel starts from £13,450.

The petrol Panda 4x4 has a top speed of 103mph, while the Trekking can achieve 106mph. The petrol car returns a claimed average of 57.6mpg - 61.4mpg for the Trekking – and CO2 emissions of 114g/km, or 105g/km for the Trekking.

Panda 4x4s powered by the MultiJet diesel can reach 99mph - 100mph for the Trekking – and return 60.1mpg - 67.3mpg for the Trekking - and have a CO2 figure of 125g/km – or 109g/km for the Trekking.

All models include body-coloured, toughened up bumpers, roof rails, black wheel arches and side skirts, 15-inch alloy wheels and raised suspension.

On the inside, the Panda 4x4 and Trekking benefit from twin-coloured seats, coloured dashboard, door panels in coloured ‘eco-leather’, and a gloss black instrument surround.

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Wonder what the 0-60mph times are?

Fit for Siberian winter
With newspapers sounding stories of Siberian winter on its way Fiat couldn't bring this 4wd at a better time.
Impressively the petrol engine offers better carbon emissions 114g/km. Italian cars have been known to suffer from reliability issues yet I am tempted to book a test drive.

Oh dear me, £14k for a noddymobile. No thanks, I'd rather a Dacia Sandero and a damn good long holiday!

LoL, Fiat Panda 4x4...
Get ready to be stuck, in the middle of nowhere.

Check out the Top Gear review of it - they look at it with an open mind and say that it's actually very capable offroad.

http://www.topgear.com/uk/car-...

I like this. I actually think the 2WD version will sell well since most people dont really need all wheel drive.

You can get a top spec Dacia Duster in 4X4 Diesel form with all the bells and whistles for this money. They are really taking the mick with the price, it cannot cost that much more to build, it;s not even a proper 4x4 system.

Porcupine and a pineapple
Dacia does work out cheaper than Panda 4WD and is probably more capable off-road. But Fiat is a better known brand and the petrol engine's running costs must be lower than Dacia's diesel unit and so may be the insurance costs.
Panda is a small city car and most owners wouldn't buy it for serious mud-plugging. However 4WD's extra traction would help in snowy conditions that you get in cities and semi-urban environments.

What a daft comment.

Out on the trail of an SUV

I don't know which SUV to get.
Count out the bulky ones.
I don't carry dead bodies in boot.
A light efficient SUV is all I want.
Yeti's looks fail to grow on me.
And the name is just horrid.
Size-wise Juke fits the bill.
Squat side profile is stunning.
But its front is over-done.
Engine line-up lacks sparkle.
Mokka's size and looks agree with me.
But the name is too unearthly.
Engine line-up is poorer than Juke's.
Countryman has badge appeal.
I don't mind mini-on-steroid looks.
But the interior and dials are dated.
Kuga looks good but isn't clean.
Tiguan is imposing but it looks boring.
Freelander is large and over-priced.
It appeals only die-hard Land Rover fans.
Qashqai is now getting on a bit.
3008 and CRV look more MPV than SUV.
CX5 engine line-up impresses.
Only if the size was right.
And my neighbour didn't beat me to it.
Ecosport and 2008 aren't here yet.
They may fit the bill in terms of size.
Sportage and IX35 are okay but a size too big.
And engines are neither fast nor clean.
Then there is this price prodigy: Duster.
Name puts me off. Saw one in white the other day.
Didn't look cheap or bad. Kinda looked okay.
A bargain but a giant leap of (blind) faith.
Panda's looks are an acquired taste.
A small petrol 4WD at an attractive price.
Tempting or what? Booking a test drive.

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