Fiat Panda Cross in Oxford & Coventry
Meet the toughest Fiat Panda ever. The Fiat Panda Cross builds on the impressive specification of the already tough Panda 4x4, by adding functional front and rear skid plates, high-performance mud and snow tyres, wheel arch extensions, and side mould extensions with the Cross logo. The new Fiat Panda Cross can be further distinguished by the placement of its fog lights, which are located directly below the deadlights. 100% SUV and 100% city car, the Panda Cross makes every journey an adventure and boasts real off-road ability, with a powerful 4x4 system with a lockable rear differential for extra traction.
Exclusively styled with 15” burnished alloy wheels, mud and snow tyres, functional front and rear skid plates and robust mouldings, the new Fiat Panda Cross stands out as a serious piece of kit. And yet, it’s city-friendly thanks to its compact shape.
The Fiat Panda Cross is 100% SUV and 100% city car. This unique model boasts 4-wheel-drive and a lockable rear differential for unstoppable grip. It is powered by your choice of a 0.9 TwinAir petrol or 1.3 Multijet diesel engine.
With Durable Metal-backed Rear Seats And A Plastic Boot Liner, The Fiat Panda Cross Makes The Most Of Its 225-litre Boot. There’s Loads Of Storage Spaces In The Cabin, And There’s Room For Up To Five Passengers. The Rear Seats Split-fold 60.
Living with it
Petrol fuel economy of up to 57.6mpg combined and diesel fuel economy of up to 64.2mpg combined means the Panda Cross range is affordable to run. This model comes as standard with Bluetooth, a smartphone cradle, and air conditioning.
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New Fiat Panda Cross Reviews
The Fiat Panda Cross is a genuinely charming little car. It rides well, is fantastically well equipped for such a small car and has unparalleled off-road ability in its class What Car?
Being a practical city car with the bonus of an excellent four-wheel-drive system certainly makes it stand out from the crowd Auto Express
The Panda Cross captures just about everything that made the original Panda 4×4 so brilliant and loveable without the slavish adherence to making it look like its forebear Carwow