Fiat

7.2
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The average score of all new Fiat models on sale.
£9,245 - £26,465
RRP
£3,000
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14 Fiat models

AVG. SAVING £1,900
9.2
RRP £20,995 - £24,995
MX-5 spinoff with its own character and torquey petrol engine
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AVG. SAVING £1,600
7.9
RRP £11,350 - £18,550
Italian supermini with retro appeal
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AVG. SAVING £1,900
7.5
RRP £14,000 - £21,200
Open-top fun in a cute convertible city car
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AVG. SAVING £4,900
6.8
RRP £14,575 - £21,115
Mini MPV is practical and economical
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AVG. SAVING £5,700
6.7
RRP £19,355 - £21,855
Practical mini people carrier with the option for 7 seats
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AVG. SAVING £2,300
7.3
RRP £14,745 - £26,465
A fashionable crossover that mixes style and substance
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AVG. SAVING £4,300
7.1
RRP £13,925 - £25,847
No-frills van-based MPV is very cheap and very practical
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AVG. SAVING £2,200
8.1
RRP £9,245 - £12,495
Simple, charming supermini is one of the best there is
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AVG. SAVING £3,100
7.7
RRP £14,445 - £16,345
Small 4x4 is very capable
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AVG. SAVING £3,500
6.7
RRP £16,095 - £17,995
Funky small 4x4 with rugged looks
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AVG. SAVING £4,100
6.0
RRP £11,635 - £13,410
A good-looking Italian supermini
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AVG. SAVING £2,600
6.8
RRP £11,845 - £15,845
Van-with-windows represents great value for money
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AVG. SAVING £2,000
6.2
RRP £13,195 - £19,195
A smartly styled family hatchback with a spacious interior
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AVG. SAVING £2,200
6.2
RRP £14,195 - £20,195
Italian estate hopes to lure you away from established rivals
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About Fiat

It could be said that the excellent 500 supermini really turned Fiat’s fortunes around. This Italian brand now offers a good selection of characterful and capable cars aimed primarily at the style-conscious motorist including MPVs, convertibles and a crossover.

Developing new engine technology, such as the ‘TwinAir’ system, has allowed Fiat to jump ahead of some rivals in terms of efficiency and fuel economy.

The 124 badge has recently returned to the Fiat line-up, thanks to a partnership with Mazda, bolstering the range with a rear-wheel drive convertible sports car.

Fiat also caters for those who look more for substance than style with the brilliant Panda, a compact city car with boxy looks and a practical interior – there’s even a four-wheel drive version that’s surprisingly capable off-road.