Fiat Panda Lease Deals
Top 3 Features
Practical interior layout.
Available with 4x4 drivetrain.
Funky styling inside and out.
Why Lease A Fiat Panda?
Advantages Of Leasing A Fiat PandaLeasing a small city car on a budget usually means having to choose between style and practicality. With the Fiat Panda, you get both. Its tall stance, 4-door layout and cool design make it a great choice for anyone needing a family city car with a dash of character. It can even be had with 4-wheel drive – great for slippery road surfaces and the odd mountain trail.
Cool Cabin With A Fresh Design
How Does The Fiat Panda Drive?
You won’t mistake the Fiat Panda for a large SUV – but for its size this little car is more practical than you might think. The squared-off body style makes for ample headroom both front and rear, while the interior has plenty of storage space for bottles, wallets, phones, and odds and ends too.
The front seats will accommodate adults of all sizes and even the rears will fit 2 adults without an issue. They can also be adjusted forwards or backwards for a bit of extra legroom. Some rivals do offer a narrow centre-rear seat, but the Panda doesn’t pretend that you can fit 3 abreast and sticks to just 2 rear seats.
The Panda is not only cost-effective to lease but also cost-effective to run as well – as long as you pick the right model.
The 70hp 1.0-litre mild hybrid returns up to 56.5mpg in mixed driving. This figure can dip to 53.3mpg on upper trims – but either way, the Panda eclipses most similarly powered rivals.
You can only have the more powerful turbocharged 85hp 0.9-litre engine with all-wheel drive. This unfortunately negatively impacts the fuel economy, which averages out at 40.9mpg. That’s somewhat below most alternatives – including the 4x4 variant of the Suzuki Ignis. It's therefore best to stick to the base 70hp model if economy is your top priority.
Fiat Panda Models Available
Fiat Panda Trim Levels
The Fiat Panda Lease Vs Competitors
The Panda has been on sale for a number of years and overall reliability has been a mixed bag. Its performance in reliability surveys has been average but most owners have reported few issues with their cars. All Pandas come standard with a 3-year/60,000-mile warranty. This is about average for the segment, aside from the overachieving Kia Picanto and Hyundai i10, which both offer 7-year/100,000-mile warranties.
The boot offers either 225 or 260 litres depending on the position of the rear seats – and this is comparable to most rivals. With the rear bench lowered you get 870 litres of load space, which is slightly behind alternatives like the VW Up and Kia Picanto (both offer slightly in excess of 1000 litres).
You get 3 trims – the Cross has off-road-focused upgrades, while the Sport is intended for city use and is the only trim that can’t be paired with the 4x4 drivetrain.
The Panda range offers rear parking sensors on some trims. However, the short overhangs and small size of the car make such tech largely unnecessary.
It seats 4 adults without a problem, the rear seats are adjustable and there’s plenty of storage space inside. In short, this is one of the more practical small city cars you can lease.
Because it manages to offer a combination of style and practicality that sets it apart from most rivals.
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