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With a fuel consumption of 5.1 litres/100km - 55 mpg UK - 46 mpg US (Average), 0 to 100 km/h (62mph) in 14.2 seconds, a maximum top speed of 102 mph (164 km/h), a curb weight of 2238 lbs (1015 kgs), the Panda 2017 1.2 69HP has a naturally-aspirated Inline 4 cylinder engine, Petrol motor.This engine produces a maximum power of 69 PS (68 bhp - 51 kW) at 5500 rpm and a maximum torque of 102 Nm (75 lb.ft) at 3000 rpm. The power is transmitted to the road by the front wheel drive (FWD) with a 5 speed Manual gearbox.About chassis details responsible for road holding, handling behaviour and ride confort, the Panda 2017 has McPherson struts.

Coil springs. Front suspension and Coil springs. Rear suspension. Stock tire sizes are 175 / 65 on 14 inch rims at the front, and 175 / 65 on 14 inch rims at the rear. For stopping power, the Panda 2017 1.2 69HP braking system includes Discs at the front and Drums at the rear.The Panda 2017 model is a Turismo car manufactured by Fiat, with 5 doors and 5 seats, sold new from year 2016 to 2019, and available after that as a used car. Fiat Panda 2017 1.2 69HP Engine Technical DataEngine type - Number of cylinders:Inline 4Engine Code:-Fuel type:PetrolFuel System:Indirect Injection.Lubrication:nullEngine Alignment:TransverseEngine Position:FrontEngine size - Displacement - Engine capacity:1242 cm3 or 75.8 cu-inBore x Stroke:70.8 x 78.9 mm2.76 x 3.07 inchesNumber of valves:8 ValvesAspiration:N/ACompression Ratio:11,1Maximum power - Output - Horsepower:69 PS or 68 bhp or 51 kW @ 5500 rpmMaximum torque:102 Nm or 75 lb.ft @ 3000 rpmDrive wheels - Traction - Drivetrain:FWDTransmission Gearbox - Number of speeds.

Fiat Panda 2017 1.2 69HP PerformanceTop Speed:164 km/h or 102 MphAcceleration 0 to 100 km/h (0 to 62 mph):14.2 sFiat Panda 2017 1.2 69HP Size, Dimensions, Aerodynamics and WeightBody:TurismoNum. Of Doors:5Wheelbase:230 cm or 90.55 inchesLength:365.3 cm or 143.82 inchesWidth:164.3 cmor64.69 inchesHeight:155.1 cmor61.06 inchesFront Axle:140.9 cm or 55.47 inchesRear Axle:140.7 cm or 55.39 inchesTowing Capacity Max.:0 Kgor0 lbsNum. Of Seats:5Aerodynamic drag coefficient - Cx:-Front Brakes - Disc dimensions:Discs (257 mm)Rear Brakes - Dics dimensions:Drums (203 mm)Front Tyres - Rims dimensions:175/65 R14Rear Tyres - Rims dimensions:175/65 R14Curb Weight:1015 kgOR2238 lbsWeight-Power Output Ratio:14.7 kg/hpTrunk / Boot capacity:225 LSteering:Rack and pinion ElectricFront Suspension:McPherson struts. Coil springs.Rear Suspension:Coil springs.

First generation Fiat PandaOverviewManufacturerProduction1980–presentBody and chassisChronologyPredecessor(first generation)Successor(second generation)The Fiat Panda, is a front- and all-wheel drive, five passenger manufactured and marketed by, now in its third generation.The first generation Panda, introduced in 1980, was a, three-door designed by and Aldo Mantovani of and was manufactured through model year 2003 — receiving an variant in 1983 and facelifts in 1986 and 1991. —One of the more noted design features was a highly flexible interior including a seven-position adjustable rear seat that could, via a series of adjustable lateral tubes, fold flat into a provisional bed, fold into a V shape to support awkward loads, or easily and quickly be removed altogether to increase the overall load space. Foregoing sprung upholstery, simple padded fabric seat covers and fabric door trim could be removed and washed. Likewise, the dashboard used a padded, washable fabric supported by a simple tube, creating a long, flexible storage pocket — accompanied by rigid plastic door storage pockets. A simple ashtray could slide along the support tube or be detached completely.Cargo volume could accommodate 280 liters within the trunk area or could expand to 1000 liters with the rear seat removed — in either case unencumbered by the spare wheel, which was stored in the engine compartment. Exposed painted sheet metal comprised much of the interior's exposed surfaces. The interior rear-view mirror had no day/night adjustment, and fresh air ventilation was oriented solely for demisting the windshield.

The instrument cluster did contain an upper heating vent. Without fresh air venting to the interior via dash outlets, side windows featured vent windows and optional pop-out rear windows.Luigi Maglione, Fiat's marketing strategist, was perplexed when first seeing the interior design, suggesting the interior mock-up was missing. Fiat's new CEO, Nicola Tufarelli clarified that the rustic interiors were in fact the final design, ready for launch.With an overall aerodynamic coefficient, despite the blocky shape, better than the 's, the first Pandas featured a recess in the adjacent bodywork rather than door handles; and completely flat glass in all windows — weighing less and making them inexpensive to manufacture, as well as easy to replace and interchangeable left to right. Fiat, in fact, had difficulty finding a manufacturer for the highly simplified glass. The engine bay was designed to accept either a transverse or longitudinal engine configuration: in practice the simple sheet metal, body-colored, asymmetrical grille (derived during the design process by folding a piece of paper) was positioned either with its intake on the left for the air-cooled Panda 30 and on the right for the water-cooled Panda 45.The body side panels were continuously welded to the roof panel and covered with a full-length black molding — eliminating an expensive sheet metal fold, self-forming a rain gutter, and improving aerodynamics. Much like earlier French counterparts, the Panda could be specified with a two piece roll forward canvas roof.

A scratch-resistant paint on the lowest portion of the side panels complemented resin, dent resistant bumpers.In 2019, an example of the Panda 30 belonging to the Heritage collection was exhibited at the. Rear of pre-facelift Fiat PandaMechanically the first Pandas shared engines and transmissions with the and, in certain territories, the air-cooled 652 cc two-cylinder powerplant of the. Rear suspension used a suspended on. Later versions added mechanical improvements while retaining a robust simplicity throughout its model life.Launch models included the Panda 30, powered by a 652 cc derived from the 126, and the Panda 45, with a 903 cc from the 127. As a consequence of the different drivetrain layout the 45 had the radiator grille to the right side, the 30 to the left. In September 1982 Fiat added another engine to the line-up: the Panda 34 used an 843 cc water-cooled unit, derived from that in the.

It was originally reserved for export to France, Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands. A pre-facelift Panda SuperFiat launched the Panda 45 Super at the later in 1982, with previous specification models continuing as the 'Comfort' trim. The Super offered an optional five-speed gearbox. Minor styling changes to the Super included Fiat's revised corporate grille with five diagonal silver bars. The earlier grille design (metal with slots on the left for ventilation) continued on the Comfort models until the next major revision of the line-up. A 30 Super was added in February 1983, offering the Super trim combined with the smaller engine.The Panda was launched in June 1983, powered by a 965 cc engine with 48 bhp (36 kW) derived from the. Known simply as the Panda 4x4, this model was the first small, transverse-engined production car to have a 4WD system.

The system itself was manually selectable, with an ultra-low first gear. Under normal (on-road) conditions starting was from second, with the fifth gear having the same ratio as fourth in the normal Panda. Company supplied the entire drivetrain (clutch, gearbox, power take-off, three-piece propshaft, rear live axle including differential and brakes) to the plant at Termini Imerese where it was fitted to the reinforced bodyshell.In November 1984 trim levels were named 'L', 'CL', and 'S'. Specifications and detailing were modified across the range, using the Fiat corporate grille on all trims.

Mechanically the range remained largely unchanged.First facelift. S post-facelift PandaIn January 1986, the Panda received visual and mechanical revisions — with many pre- and post-facelift Panda parts incompatible. The facelift version was internally designated 141A.The 652 cc air-cooled two-cylinder engine was replaced by a 769 cc (34 PS) water-cooled four-cylinder unit, and the 903/965cc by a 999 cc (45 PS, 50 PS (37 kW) in the 4x4) unit. Both new engines were from Fiat's new family of four-cylinder water-cooled powerplants with a single overhead camshaft. The rear suspension was also upgraded, the rigid axle with leaf springs being replaced by a more modern dependent suspension system known as the 'Omega axle', consisting of a non-straight rigid axle with a central mounting and coil springs (first seen on the, which used the same platform). The 4x4 retained the leaf-sprung live axle set-up.The body was strengthened and fully galvanised on later models, virtually eliminating the earlier car's notable tendency to rust.

Rear quarter panels received wheel arches mirroring the front fender/wing wheel arches. Front door quarter windows were eliminated. The bottom seam of the facelifted model's doors retained much the earlier car's susceptibility to rust. The range included 750L, 750CL, 750S, 1000CL, 1000S, 4x4 models. 1989 Fiat Panda 4x4 SisleyApril 1986 saw the introduction of a 1301 cc diesel engine with 37 bhp (a detuned 127/Uno unit). Fitted as standard with a five-speed gearbox it was only available in the basic 'L' trim and was available until 1989 (until 1994 in the van versions).A van variant of the Panda was introduced, with both petrol and diesel engines.

The van elimated rear seats and featured rear windows replaced with plastic blanking panels and a small, black, steel extension with side hinged doors —in lieu of a hatch tailgate. Neither the van nor the diesel were available in right hand drive markets.In 1987, an entry-level model badged 'Panda Young' was added to the range. This was essentially an L spec car with a 769 cc OHV engine based on the old 903 cc push-rod engine and producing the same 34 bhp (25 kW) as the more sophisticated 769 cc FIRE unit. The Panda 4x4 Sisley limited edition was also released, based on the standard 4x4, with metallic paint, inclinometer, white painted wheels, roof rack, headlamp washers, bonnet scoop, 'Sisley' badging and trim.

Although originally limited to the production of only 500, in 1989 the Sisley model became a permanent model.Panda Elettra. Panda Elettra in Santiago de Chile, 2010The two-seat Panda Elettra, introduced in 1990, added an all-electric power-train to the line. Batteries replaced the rear seats and occupied some of the engine bay where the 19 bhp (14 kW) DC motor was also fitted, driving through the normal clutch and gearbox — with weight increased to 1,150 kg (2,535 lb) (450 kg (992 lb) over than the standard model, necessitating stiffer suspension and uprated brakes. 1992 revisions to the Elettra saw the power increased to 23.8 bhp (17.7 kW) and the weight reduced, though the Elettra remained significantly heavier than the standard Panda.This, and the steep price (25.600.000 in Italy, three times the price of the Panda 750 Young) made it a commercial failure. The Elettra was discontinued in 1998.Second facelift.

Second facelift of the original Panda1991, revisions included a front grille with a smaller five-bar corporate badge, as well as revisions to trim and specifications across the range. New arrivals included the 'Selecta', which had a with an electromagnetic clutch. This transmission was available either with the normal 999 cc FIRE engine (revised with single-point fuel injection and a ) or an all new 1108 cc FIRE unit, fitted with electronic fuel injection and a three-way catalytic converter and producing 51 bhp (38 kW).The new CLX trim also featured a five-speed gearbox as standard. The range now comprised the 750 Young (769 cc ohv), 750 and 750 CLX (both 769 cc FIRE sohc), 900 Dance (903 cc ohv), 1000 Shopping, CLX, CL Selecta and S (all with 999 cc sohc, available with or without SPI and catalytic converter depending on the market), 1100 CL Selecta (1108 cc sohc with SPI and cat) and the 4x4 Trekking (999 cc, again available with and without a cat depending on the market). The Elettra concluded the range.In 1992, the 1108 cc engine, complete with SPI and catalytic converter, replaced the 999 cc unit in the 4x4 (with 50 bhp) and also in 1992 an 899 cc (with injection and catalyst) became available, in the 'Cafe' special edition.

This was a reduced capacity 903 cc unit, designed to meet tax requirements in some markets. Non-catalyzed versions were withdrawn about this time.In January 2001, the range underwent its final light adjustment. Tales of the world radiant mythology 2 iso english patch reviews.

The 4x4 Trekking continued to be available, while front-wheel-drive versions were down to the Young and the Hobby. The 899 cc was discontinued and only the Euro 3 capable, fuel injected 1108 cc FIRE unit remained available. These Pandas featured a body-coloured flap for the gas tank, rather than the exposed black plastic cap of earlier models.End of production The Panda was discontinued in the UK in 1995.

The car remained in production in Italy until May 2003. Its total production run of 23 years makes the Fiat Panda one of Europe's longest-lived small cars.

SEAT Panda / Marbella. Main article:Spanish car maker also produced a version of the Panda between 1980 and 1986, based on the first Panda model. It was called SEAT Panda. SEAT also made a tiny, tall delivery version of the Panda called the SEAT Trans.Up to 1983, SEAT made rebadged versions of Fiat cars through a agreement between the two firms. Thus, there existed a Spanish version of the Panda. When visited Spain in 1982, he rode in a specially built SEAT Panda.After Fiat sold their share in SEAT and the licence agreement ended, the whole Fiat-based line of SEAT cars were quickly given minor facelifts.

The SEAT Panda had its bonnet, bumpers and rear tailgate redesigned. From 1986, when it received a second facelift, it was known as the SEAT Marbella until the end of production in 1998. Emelba also produced a roofless version called the Pandita, which was popular as a rental car in resort areas. The SEAT Trans also received a major facelift and was renamed SEAT Terra.As Fiat and SEAT's licensing agreement had expired in 1986 the Marbella never received the major mechanical upgrades of the facelifted Fiat Panda, instead continuing with the old Fiat-based engines, quarter light doors, un-galvanised frame and leaf-sprung suspension as for the original model. Fiat Panda Cross 4x4The second generation Panda, codenamed Model 169, debuted in 2003, with almost no direct engineering linkage to the first generation. In its development phase, the Panda was intended to be called 'Gingo', but Renault objected because it sounded too close to their Twingo.

The second generation replaced the old Panda after 23 years of production. Like the smaller, the Panda was manufactured only in, Poland, by.The high-bodied Panda takes styling cues from and, especially the second generation. The Panda won the award in 2004.The Panda includes an option for split rear seats, which makes the Panda a four-seater. Since September 2005, all Pandas are equipped with, and at least one front airbag. The gear-lever is located high on the central dashboard, which is designed to make changing gears more comfortable than with a conventional floor-mounted gearstick.Financially troubled Fiat needed the new Panda to be a success, and it sold half a million units by October 2005.

It sells particularly well in Italy (over half of the cars produced are sold in Italy), being seen as closer to a spiritual successor to the than a replacement for either the Seicento or the old Panda. The 500,000th new Panda was built on 5 October 2005, a light blue Panda Emotion with the 1.3-litre. The 1,000,000th new Panda was built on 5 September 2007, a red Panda 4x4 Climbing with 1.2-litre petrol engine.

The 1,500,000th new Panda was built on 21 July 2009, a blue Panda Emotion with 1.3-litre. The 2,000,000th new Panda rolled out of factory on 4 July 2011, a red Panda 4x4 Cross with 1.3-litre 75 bhp Multijet.Motoring Survey in 2006 ranked the Panda 8th out of 152 cars surveyed for reliability, craftsmanship, ownership costs, driving experience and service received. (One of the show's hosts, went on to purchase one). Traditionally, Fiat have ranked at the lower end of this table, showing that the Nuova Panda is reversing the trend and suggesting a rise in quality standards for Fiat. In the series, sometimes notes the fact that his wife has a Panda.Official usage The Panda is produced for police departments (the have bought some blue and white Panda Actual models), military agencies (the uses several dark green Panda Climbing models), forest services (the Italian forest service has dark green Panda Climbing models), and mail delivery services (the yellow Swiss Post model even comes in a popular toy car format readily available in grocery stores).Safety (2004) Tested model: 2004 Fiat Panda 1.2. Test resultsFiat Panda 1.2 (2004)TestScoreRatingAdult occupant:20Child occupant:21Pedestrian:62005 revisions In September 2005 several changes were made to the Panda, including standard fitment of and a front passenger's airbag.2007 revisions The Panda range received minor updates in March 2007, including a new, darker dashboard. The Active model also received new darker seat fabrics of better quality and the addition of a CD player as standard.

The new dark red Fiat badge replaced the blue roundel on the Panda in Summer 2007.2009 revisions The Panda range was mildly rearranged again in 2009, with the addition of Active Eco and Dynamic Eco models. These models feature revised 1.1 and 1.2 petrol engines respectively, with better fuel economy and CO 2 emissions. Both models also qualify for £30 annual road fund licence in the UK, and replace the original standard engines. Dynamic Aircon and SkyDome models were also dropped in favour of simplifying the Panda range.On 4 July 2011, Fiat announced that the 2,000,000th Panda had rolled off of their Tychy, Poland assembly line. The milestone car was a Panda Cross finished in Rosso Sfrontato and equipped with the 75 hp 1.3 L Multijet four-cylinder diesel.

Fiat did not say which country it was headed to. Panda Classic The Panda Classic was a second series Fiat Panda renamed and with a reduced list price to distinguish it from the new generation introduced in late 2011.

The engine range comprised the 1.2 Fire petrol, 1.2 Fire EasyPower (petrol and LPG), 1.4 Fire Natural Power (petrol and CNG) and 1.3 Multijet diesel. The 4x4 was offered with 1.2 petrol and 1.3 Multijet diesel. The Panda Cross was no longer manufactured. The Panda Classic was produced through 2012.Models. The Natural Power is a dual-fuel version, it can burn either gasoline or CNG (Compressed Natural Gas a.k.a. Methane results in low emissions and increased fuel economy. The chassis is the same of the 4x4, the space of the rear wheels differential is occupied by two methane tanks allowing over 240 km of autonomy on gas only.

The basic Actual has black bumpers, lacks electric windows and a full-size spare wheel. The Actual was introduced in January 2004. The Active, introduced in May 2003, features black self-coloured bumpers and front electric windows, central door locking, driver's airbag, power steering. Manual climate control is available as an option. Since September 2005, ABS and the front passenger's airbag have been made standard. This model has the 1100 cc 'FIRE' engine and a five-speed gearbox. The Active Plus edition is an up-equipped Active, with a / as standard.

Production of the Active Plus stopped in December 2003. The Dynamic edition features, dual airbags, roof bars, power steering and a as standard. A CD & MP3 player, alloy wheels, manual or automated, glass sunroof and a semi-automatic transmission are available as options.

Since September 2005, four have been standard in some countries, with an option for two additional. The Emotion (Eleganza) edition is the highest trim level. This particular trim level features significant enhancements over the Dynamic, with a standard CD player, alloy wheels with low profile tires and automated. In some countries such as the UK, the Emotion is sold as the 'Eleganza'. Fiat Panda AlessiItalian Design house created a special edition featuring a two-tone paint scheme and unique trim inside and out. Fiat gave away some of Alessi's products (coffee machine and tin-can openers) for the special model's debut at the Ideal Home Show in the UK.

The rims feature the Girotondo family accents. Fiat Panda JollyThe Fiat Panda Jolly was created by Fiat Styling Center and Stola and inspired by boat design. It served as a special shuttle bus in Capri during the summer of 2006. The interior features innovative materials and exclusive trims. The concept mainly came from the 600 Multipla Jolly, a car created by Carrozzeria Ghia in 1956, which could be found on the streets of Capri 50 years ago. Defined by Fiat as 'a car with a fresh, light and Mediterranean look both in the colors and materials', the Panda Jolly is inspired by the interior design and yacht design worlds, and features styling elements that remind of the spirit and way of life of the 1960s.The interiors are created by Paola Lenti, an Italian leading company in the Interior Design sector, specialized in the research and development of innovative fabrics and materials. All the seats are upholstered in the exclusive sailing-inspired Rope fabric.

This material is nonallergic, nontoxic, antibacterial and resistant to UV rays. Main article:The Panda Hydrogen, a prototype driven by a hydrogen Fuel Cell, was a joint venture between Fiat Auto, the Fiat Research Centre and Fiat Powertrain Research & Technology with the support of the Research and Environment Ministries.On the Panda Hydrogen, the Fuel Cell System is housed beneath the floorpan. The fuel cells are made up of several cells connected in series. Inside, the hydrogen and oxygen molecules are forced to react with the aid of a catalyst to produce water and heat.

Electrical energy is generated with very high efficiency and zero emissions from the vehicle itself.At full power, the Fuel Cell engine on the Panda Hydrogen delivers 60 kW (82 PS; 80 hp) that allows the car to reach a top speed of more than 130 km/h (81 mph), with acceleration from 0 to 50 km/h (31 mph) in 5 seconds. The car can also easily climb a gradient of 23% at take-off.During 2006 a demonstration stage of small Panda Hydrogen fleets, was a forerunner to other demonstration programs promoted and supported by the European Union and by the Italian Ministries and Regions. The aim is for such vehicles to be marketed within 15 to 20 years. Fiat Panda TankerUnveiled at the Bologna Motor Show in Italy, the Panda Tanker features only three doors. And although the overall shape has remained unchanged, the two rear doors have been replaced by solid panels to free up some extra load space in the practical cabin.Rugged extras and underbody protection also help to set the Tanker apart from the standard Panda 4x4 model. Designed in conjunction with Italian clothing manufacturer Dainese, the show star is equipped with sports seats incorporating a rigid titanium fibre shell.Reflecting the matt paint finish of the exterior, the cabin has a back-to-basics feel. With no rear seats, the load floor offers flexible attachments for fixing sports kit, while an aluminium structure is designed to carry mountain bikes.

Fiat Panda MultiEcoThe Panda MultiEco show-car made its world debut in Geneva 2006. Fiat sees this unit as the future of cars with a low environmental impact: the concept car represents the most advanced frontier achievable in terms of emissions and consumption, combining technologies that already exist or are ready for production.The show-car combines an innovative 'powertrain' architecture – an engine with dual petrol/methane fuel supply, MTA transmission and BAS device – with the use of eco-compatible materials (recycled, recyclable or of natural origin) for the exterior and interior. Fiat Panda AriaFiat presented Aria concept in Frankfurt Motor Show 2007. The Aria is equipped with new environment-friendly technology and outputs only 69 g/km. With 900 cc turbocharged engine it produces 80 bhp (60 kW), it is also capable of using both petrol and CNG.This new engine is equipped with Fiat's Multiair technology, which uses electrohydraulic valve activation system. In monofuel (petrol) version the engine is capable of producing 105 bhp (78 kW).

The car is also equipped with Stop&Start function, which helps to reduce consumption by 10% in urban driving. Engines The smallest engine, the 1.1 L petrol engine, which is rated at 54 bhp (40 kW) and found in the, has been criticised for being underpowered for the Panda, which weighs over 850 kg (1,874 lb), and the acceleration in particular was considered to be very slow. This engine is a construction from the early 1980s.The 1.2-litre (actually 1,242 cc), 60 hp (45 kW) engine is a derivative of the 1.1 litre, but with higher torque.The 1.3-litre diesel engine is rated at 75 bhp (56 kW) and 100 lb⋅ft (140 N⋅m) of torque; it is the most economical of all available engines. However, this engine is detuned from the (where it develops 120 lb⋅ft (163 N⋅m) of torque) due to the Panda's weaker transmission. Pandas with diesel engines can be easily distinguished by a 'Multijet' badge on the right side of the rear licence plate.Introduced into the range in 2006 was the 1368 cc engine which had previously seen service in the Fiat Stilo and the second generation Punto Sporting (contrary to some press reports, it is not an adapted version of the 1.4 16v Starjet engine used in the Grande Punto).

Great Wall Peri 4x4In December 2006, Fiat considered taking legal action against Chinese automaker for the company's, which is a copy of the Panda's design.In July 2008, Fiat successfully sued Great Wall and had the Peri banned from importation into Europe. In addition, the court order ruled for Great Wall to pay Fiat a 15,000 euro fine for the first Peri imported, and an additional 50,000 euros for every subsequent car that was imported.However, on October 2009, Great Wall Motor sued Fiat, accusing the latter of espionage. In the lawsuit, Great Wall claims that 'Fiat once instigated espionage to prowl into its research center and take photos of Peri small car that was still under developed.' Fiat Panda rearFiat presented the third generation of the Panda at the in September 2011. The new architecture is based on the.

The production began in the renewed in the last quarter of 2011.The older model stayed in production and was sold as Panda Classic, remaining popular thanks to its lower pricing (about 27%). The decision to manufacture the car in Italy, instead of manufacturing it with the cheaper workforce in Tychy, Poland, was taken because of the agreement between Italian Prime Minister and Fiat directors not to close down any of Fiat's plants in Italy. Models Panda Natural Power The Natural Power is the / version of the Panda. Unlike the previous generation - which adopted a 70 PS 1.4 inline four - it is powered by the turbocharged, 0.9 liter, two-cylinder engine. The system is developed in-house and factory installed.The CNG is stored in two - one 22 L and one 50 L -: the former housed longitudinally in the, the latter transversally behind the rear axle.

Due to the cylinders being both located under the, the boot's volume is reduced only by 25 liters - 200 L instead of the monofuel's 225. A Panda 4x4 in action Panda 4x4 The third generation all wheel drive Panda was introduced at the 2012. The engine lineup includes the TwinAir turbocharged petrol engine and Multijet II turbodiesel.

Fiat Panda Cross Panda Cross Launched at the 2014, it is the range topping, offroad-styled Panda. Mechanically it is based on the Panda 4x4, offering the same choice of powertrains.As in the previous generation the Cross is recognizable by its wider 185/65 tyres on specific alloy wheels, new fascias with prominent skid plates and unique broken up head- and taillights arrangement. The new bumpers, together with an increased, give the car better. Panda Hybrid In 2020, Fiat updated the Panda with mild-hybrid technology. It's a combination of a 1.0-litre 3-cylinder FireFly petrol engine, a 12-volt BSG (Belt-integrated Starter Generator) electric motor and a 11 Ah lithium-ion battery.

Special editions Panda 4x4 Steyr Austrian market only special edition, announced in 2012. Its theme celebrates the several collaborations throughout the years between Fiat and former, such as the development of the original Panda's four wheel drive system.Built on the basis of the Panda 4x4 1.3 Multijet II with richer interior standard equipment, it was available in red or white with contrasting colour side stripes and Steyr logo decals. Panda 4x4 Antarctica This limited, 200 cars edition was premiered at the 2013, commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Panda 4x4.It was too based on the Panda 4x4 1.3 Multijet II, featuring several normally extra cost options like, and Blue&Me connectivity as standard. The exterior was characterized by a white with black roof two-tone paint scheme accented by orange wheel centers and side mirror caps. Test resultsFIAT Panda (2018)TestPoints%Overall:Adult occupant:17.445%Child occupant:816%Pedestrian:22.947%Safety assist:17%Safety The third generation Panda was tested by towards the end of 2011, and achieved a four star result.

One star was dropped mainly because the Panda's wasn't available on all trim levels, such as the one of the tested car. Fiat clarified on the same day that ESC would be offered on the entire Fiat Panda range in the first months of 2012. Collision avoidance system.