Seven-seat version of Fiat 500L revealed with new ‘Multi Purpose Wagon’
Fiat's Panda has always been like one of those Italian fridges. No, not Smeg. An Indesit maybe: ultra-cheap, ultra-functional and just a little bit cool. The all-new Panda arrives in the UK in February 2012, guaranteed to cost under £10k. It looks like a rounded version of the old-shape Panda, which in the meantime you can pick up for as little as £6,295 if you look around.
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Shame that none of the pictures relate to the sub-£10k cars. For £10k you really do get the bargain-basement models, with few frills, if you're buying brand new.
You could, however, get a pre-reg car which gives you a better spec at a lower price.
I've done this three times now and, to be honest, the fact that you're the second owner on a no-mileage car means very little when you trade in.
People who insist on the latest "12" plate cars, whatever the price, really do have money to burn.
Cool cars?? so cool they leave me cold!
Or is it a competition to produce the ugliest car?
My 10 grand would be spent on a second hand alfa Romeo EVERY TIME!!
Am a satisfied Toyota owner. Our first Yaris managed 167000 before a small a fault justified trading it in for another Yaris.
I tried a citroen c1 / toyota aygo / peugeot 107,
They are all the same car under the skin I found mega blind spots on the front pillars the mirrors need setting up carefully to avoid blind spots and the whole cabin seems dark and claustrophobic but the mpg is verry good
I hope Kate knows a good auto electrician
although Italian cars and motorbikes may look super cool be warned their electrics are suspect
Alfas Fiats and the Ducati motorcycle all suffer major electrical breakdown
I know from first hand experience
leave well alone unless you are prepared to have one rewired and frequently replace electrical components
Just Bought a new Renault Twingo I am impressed at its hot hatch looks and the fact that it betters my previous car in acceleration reducing nought to sixty two by a whopping 2.7 seconds without braking the bank on insurance road tax and petrol
my only criticism is that you do not get much kit for your money but then again maybe weight is a factor in delivering better acceleration and fuel economy
OVERALL WELL DONE RENAULT
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