Coinciding with the 40th anniversary of the legendary Panda, Fiat updates and expands the range of this urban car, leader of the segment in Europe together with its “brother” the Fiat 500. So, the new Panda returns with three trim levels, Life, Cross and Sport, and from them “emanate” the five versions that can be chosen.

In addition to the traditional gasoline, Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) and methane fueled engines, the Fiat Panda's Mild Hybrid mechanics is available across the range, based on the 1.0 three-cylinder engine with 70 horsepower.
 

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