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Fiat Panda Cross Wins “Best Crossover” Award!

Added: 11 January 2019

For the second year running, the Fiat Panda Cross has fought off tough competition to be crowned as “Best Crossover” at 4x4 Magazine’s “4x4 of the Year 2019 Awards”.

Judges praised the Panda Cross for its ‘rorty’ engine, traction-finding ability and fun factor. Here at Day’s Fiat, Swansea, we’re inclined to agree with them. The Fiat crossover never fails to put a smile on your face!

Alan Kidd, editor of 4x4 Magazine, commented, “I don't think there's any vehicle that's won its class so consistently down the years as the Panda Cross. The market has been ever changing, but it's been wonderfully consistent in what it offers - while also getting better all the time."

Praising its off-road ability he continued, “It's not built to be the ultimate all-terrain vehicle, but its light weight and tidy proportions mean it's incredibly manoeuvrable and sure-footed on rough ground. You have to go a long way to find its limits."

This latest award win joins the Fiat Panda’s long list of accomplishments. It was the first city car to feature 4WD technology, the first city car to climb to an altitude of 5,200m and reach the Everest base camp, as well as the first natural gas fuelled city car to be produced on a large scale.

If you’d like to find out more about the Fiat Panda Cross and experience just why the judges have been so impressed, why not pay us a visit at Day’s Fiat, Swansea?

>> Click here to enquire about the Fiat Panda Cross

>> Click here to find Day’s Fiat, Swansea

Fuel consumption figures for the Panda range in mpg (l/100km): Urban 39.2 (7.2) – 47.9 (5.9); Extra Urban 50.4 (5.6) – 60.1 (4.7); Combined 48.7 (5.8) – 52.3 (5.4). CO2 emissions 125 – 132 g/km. Fuel consumption and CO2 values are obtained for comparative purposes and may not be representative of real life driving conditions. Factors such as driving style, optional wheels, weather and road conditions may also have a significant effect on fuel consumption. CO2and fuel consumption values are determined on the basis of the measurement/correlation method referring to the NEDC cycle as per Regulation (EU) 2017/1153.

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